The Community Foundation of Boone County officials announced that applications for 2020 scholarship opportunities are now available on the foundation’s website.
The Suburban Indy Home & Outdoor living show, Indy’s premier home show experience, will return to Grand Park Events Center in Westfield on Feb. 7-9, offering a refreshing perspective on the home show experience.
The Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library, 250 N. Fifth St., offers a variety of events. Library staff can be reached by calling 317-873-8342 or by visiting the website at www.zionsville.lib.in. Events require registration, and registration is open unless otherwise noted.
The Sound Ecologies’ Salem UMC recital series 2020 begins at 5 p.m. Jan. 26 in Salem UMC of Zionsville, at 6701 South 775 East, a half mile south of West Oak Street on Kissel Road/ C.R. 800 E.
Fathers, grandfathers, uncles and daughters are invited to escape to a fairy-tail wonderland at Village Dance Studio’s biennial fundraiser, the Princess Ball, from 5:30-8 p.m. Jan. 25 at the Boys and Girls Club West, 5964 S. 700 E., Whitestown.
A Zionsville contractor was arrested again this week after a sixth homeowner told police she paid him more than $20,000 for work he did not perform.
Lebanon Schools Superintendent Jon Milleman said he was encouraged by Governor Eric Holcomb’s State of the State speech given Tuesday evening.
INDIANAPOLIS — Lawmakers from both the Indiana House and Senate support a bipartisan bill that aims to increase public participation in the process of redrawing legislative district boundaries.
The New Life Recovery Center for Men will be forced to move out of its downtown facility as early as March to make way for a four-story mixed use building to be built on the block. At the Lebanon Board of Zoning Appeals meeting on Jan. 6, the facility asked for a use variance on the Quality Inn hotel at 210 Sam Ralston Road, to turn it into their next home.
In Boone County, the first day political candidates can file to run for office each year is like a community event. On Wednesday morning at 8 a.m., six candidates filed for offices for the 2020 election cycle which includes choosing the Indiana Governor and the President of the United States.
WEST LAFAYETTE – A pair of Northwest Indiana school districts, fearing they might have to give up recently vacated classroom space for $1 to a charter school, followed West Lafayette Community School Corporation’s lead, filing a lawsuit challenging a state law they say is unconstitutional.
The truck driver charged in a weekend triple fatality on the interstate does not remember what happened between the time he put down his coffee mug and a few moments later when people pounded on his truck door, demanding a fire extinguisher, according to court records.
Owner Terry Rake is gearing up with several events to mark the 40th anniversary of Titus Bakery including a meet and greet with founder Bill Titus, her father, from 9-11 a.m. Jan. 9.
The Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Public Library, 250 N. Fifth St., offers a variety of events. Library staff can be reached at 317-873-8342, or visit www.zionsville.lib.in. Events require registration, and registration is open unless otherwise noted.
The Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) recently released the 2019 state graduation rates, and Zionsville High School has the top rate in the county, with Lebanon and Western Boone high schools not far behind.
The Boone County Commissioners voted unanimously Monday morning to expand medical coverage at the Boone County Jail from 12 hours daily to a round-the-clock presence.
Zachariah Wright, the man convicted of the stabbing murder of Max Foster and the attempted murder of his wife on Father’s Day 2017, has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
One of the unfortunate aspects of having a live Christmas tree is that you will eventually need to dispose of it. The most common disposal method for old trees is to have them chipped into mulch however you may also use it as wildlife habitat.
There are advantages to being a conservative state with a supermajority of Republicans controlling the Legislature. One we can think of is that Indiana may avoid the trend toward legalizing marijuana — at least for now.
As my first year of serving Hoosiers in the U.S. Senate comes to an end, I would like to take a moment to reflect on the past year of getting results for the people of our great state. This year, I traveled to all 92 counties speaking to Hoosiers about the issues that are most important to them.
The last six months of 2019 proved to be a fruitful time for Hoosiers alarmed about skyrocketing healthcare costs. First, the Rand Corp. — America’s premier healthcare think tank — published a study reporting Indiana had the highest hospital prices among the 25 states they analyzed. A few months later, I released a study reporting that the widespread monopolization of Indiana’s hospital chains were a prime cause of those higher prices.
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Judith Anne Covington, beloved daughter of the late Helen Niergarth and Milton Niergarth, passed away on January 15th, 2020 at the age of 82. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1937. She was the beloved wife (62 adoring years) of George Charles Covington, and a mother to Kimberly (Ferland) a…
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