Thanks to the help from a local Boy Scout troop, five new picnic tables made of recycled lumber are now at Zion Nature Center.
Former Boone County Prosecutor Todd Meyer resigned abruptly from his position with the Indiana Department of Child Services last month, according to news sources.
The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration announced that Zionsville resident Jay Chaudhary, J.D., will serve as the next director of the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction.
The Zionsville Fire Department has unveiled four newly acquired state-of the-art CPR devices. These devices enable firefighters to mechanically perform CPR on patients.
Ritchie Barton pleaded guilty but mentally ill to a charge of aggravated battery and two counts of attempted battery by means of a deadly weapon, at a plea change hearing Friday.
The Zionsville Alumni Association will be bringing back Zionsville Community High School graduate Michael Krejci for a "fun-raising night" at Moontown Brewing Company, Saturday, Aug. 24. Discounted pre-sale tickets are available through Aug. 1.
The following people with name, age, address, charge and arresting agency were booked into the Boone County Jail. Charges are preliminary. The Boone County prosecutor may change them.
Riley Lamb was crowned Miss Boone County 2019 at the conclusion of the 61st Miss Boone County Pageant Saturday in the Witham Pavilion at the Boone County Fairgrounds.
Fair weather prevailed and throngs of Zionsville residents turned out for the Zionsville Lions Clubs' All-American Fourth of July Celebration in Lions Park.
Hunter Wallace, an incoming Ball State junior and computer science major from Zionsville, spent the last semester developing an original, award-winning video game that teaches its players about teamwork and history.
The Hickory Hall Polo Club match benefiting the Boone County Senior Services Inc. drew large crowds to the grounds Friday, June 28, during opening night, despite the heat.
The United Way of Central Indiana, UWCI, is consolidating its operations and closing county offices throughout the region in order to “more effectively serve” Central Indiana.
The annual Sunshine Market drew dozens from the community to shop with local vendors in the outdoor market, watch live demonstrations and learn more about the 1800s farmstead in Zionsville.
INDIANAPOLIS — Zionsville attorney John Westercamp announced last week that he will challenge embattled Attorney General Curtis Hill for the 2020 Republican nomination.
Thanks to a gift from the Zionsville Fire Department, Zionsville Police Department officers will be able to assist those experiencing sudden cardiac arrest. Newly hired ZPD officers will now have an additional five automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to use in each of their vehicles. Re…
Zionsville Community High School teachers and staff enjoyed the end of the school year with a staff breakfast. During the breakfast, teachers were honored for their years of service at Zionsville Community Schools. Math teacher and department chairman Scott Kubly, received an award for 30 ye…
The Indiana Historical Society has announced that a Zionsville student was among the top 10 in her respective category, and also received a special award at the National Contest for the National History Day program in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. The prizes were announced during a ce…
Miss Indiana State University Tiarra Taylor of New Albany was named Miss Indiana at the end of Miss Indiana competition Saturday, June 15, and Miss Metropolitan Hadley Abram of Bloomington was crowned Miss Indiana’s Outstanding Teen, on the stage of the Zionsville Performing Arts Center, in …
First Wing Jet Center (formerly Montgomery Aviation), the fixed base operator at Indianapolis Executive Airport in Zionsville, will play host to the 13th Annual Open House and Fly-In on Saturday, June 22.
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…
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