Zionsville Community High School seniors received awards and scholarships during an awards night in May.
A former student has filed a federal lawsuit against Lebanon Community Schools, claiming the corporation showed indifference to her complaints that she was the victim of sexual harassment and bullying from an older male student.
Just over a year ago, Moving Water Outfitters moved into Zionsville and the company is making an effort to educate and introduce more people to the sport of fly fishing.
Citing the fact that 165,000 commuters cross county lines to work in Marion County, Indianapolis Mayor Joe Hogsett said his 2019 State of the City address that the doughnut counties need to help pay for infrastructure improvements in Indianapolis.
Central Indiana farmers took full advantage of the recent “dry” spell and planted as much as they could before the next rain event. The planting window was brief but enough for some farmers to get some corn planted. Farm implements were a regular sight along and on the roads last weekend and…
What at first seemed like an approval for the proposed Sycamore Flats development from the Zionsville Town Council, based on initial comments at a town council meeting Monday evening, ended in a denial when a motion by council member Susana Suarez to continue the decision to the next council…
Samantha Robbins is competing for the title of 2019 Miss Indiana and the Zionsville Community High School graduate is thrilled the competition is at home.
Erica Wehrmeister, RN, BSN, MBA, has been named president of the St. Vincent Central Region, which includes St. Vincent Indianapolis, St. Vincent Seton Specialty Hospital, St. Vincent Stress Center, St. Vincent Women’s, Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital and the St. Vincent Neighborhood Hosp…
Northeasterndean's listNortheastern University has recognized students who distinguished themselves academically during the course of the school year. Zionsville resident Claire Winget, a Northeastern University student majoring in English, was recently named to the university's dean's list …
Olivia Johnson is humbled to be named the 2019 Indianapolis 500 Queen Scholar, but she isn’t letting the crown go to her head.
The Indiana Attorney General’s office has filed a complaint against a Zionsville physician’s assistant with the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency, asking that she be sanctioned.
The Zionsville Cultural District’s new mission to “provide obvious and accessible public art” has taken fruition with the support of building relationships with the Town of Zionsville, community organizations and community residents.
Bryan and Janice Langford want everyone to know that in this life there is hope. The Langfords have been working tirelessly to connect the hurting to the helping and on Saturday, May 18, the couple will again host Justin’s Run 4 Hope.
The Zionsville Police Department has introduced its newest addition to its vehicle fleet — a crime scene response vehicle. The crime scene response vehicle is a former Zionsville Fire Department ambulance that is currently being retrofitted for criminal investigations.
The Knights Of Columbus Council #12510 based in Zionsville recently donated $4,500 earned from the St. Alphonsus Cup Charity Golf Tournament at Golf Club of Indiana Saturday to the Boone County Habitat for Humanity.
James Hughes of Zionsville has been charged with murder in connection to a body found in a wooded area near Zionsville Town Hall and the Big Four Rail Trail.
Months of growing debate surrounding plans for a retail and apartment complex project proposed for a property near Sycamore and Main streets on the edge of Zionsville’s downtown culminated in a stalemate Monday, May 6.
A Zionsville man confessed to buying a revolver for another man two weeks before a revolver with the same serial number was found near the scene of a homicide Sunday, according to court records.
The spring version of the Boone County Treasure Hunt is this weekend at the Boone County Fairgrounds. This is the fourth show since the former Indy Ad Show was acquired by Northstar Collective out of Wisconsin. Nona Amour Wilson of Northstar Collective said the antique advertising show ran f…
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana townships with seemingly massive budget surpluses will need to submit plans to show the public how the money will be used under a bill signed into law Monday by Gov. Eric Holcomb.
INDIANAPOLIS — A CNHI News Indiana series exposing problems with township government has been honored by the Indiana chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Zionsville Police have made an arrest in connection to a weapon found near the scene of the homicide of a 23-year-old Zionsville resident who had been jogging on the Big Four Rail Trail behind Zionsville Town Hall before dawn Sunday.
Zionsville Police have made an arrest in connection with the homicide of a 23-year-old Zionsville resident who had been jogging on the Big Four Rail Trail behind Zionsville Town Hall before dawn Sunday.
Governor Eric J. Holcomb is directing flags across the state be flown at half-staff to honor former U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar, who died early on Sunday.
Former longtime U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar, the Indiana Republican who helped set U.S. foreign policy, died Sunday morning at the age of 87.
Zach Phelps and Pig Pen are at the VEX Robotics World Championship. Phelps is a freshman at Park Tudor upper school and a lifelong Zionsville resident.
The body found near a retention pond behind Zionsville Town Hall has been identified as 23-year-old Samuel Thomas Bennett of Zionsville.
Anthony Baumgardt, the man accused of killing Boone County Sheriff's Deputy Jacob Pickett, is expected to change his plea on murder charges to guilty and be sentenced in a hearing scheduled for May 29.
The 13th Annual Z’GreenFest will be held from 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, April 28, at the Zionsville Christian Church, 120 N. 9th Street, Zionsville, right off the Rails to Trails.
The Zionsville Town Council has approved and announced five new appointments to Town of Zionsville boards, commissions and committees, and Mayor Tim Haak has announced three new appointments.
Despite a last-minute change in the time of the date, the Zionsville Lions Club's annual EGGnormous Easter Egg Hunt boasted a heavy turnout, Sunday, April 21.
Damoine Wilcoxson will serve 65 years in prison for gunning down 82-year-old John Clements while Clements was at home caring for his wife in September 2016.
Zionsville Community High School's indoor percussion group, ZIP, finished its 2019 season Saturday, April 13, ranking third in the nation at WGI Percussion World Championships in Dayton, Ohio.
This Week's Circulars
Pamelia "Pam" Ann Fiscus, 75, of Zionsville, passed away Saturday, June 1, 2019. Pam was born in Warsaw, IN on November 14, 1943, a daughter of the late Zanna and Mary (Myers) Hammer. She married Dr. Clifford W. Fiscus on December 19, 1964. Pam graduated from Mentone High School in 1961, and…
Judith A. "Judy" Pottenger passed away peacefully on Tuesday, May 28 at the age of 91. Judy was born and lived in Indianapolis most of her life but enjoyed living near family in Zionsville for the last 8 years. Judy is survived by her husband, Dwight, daughter Betsy (Michal) Howden, grandson…
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