Boone County — The Times Sentinel will have election results posted as soon as they are available after the polls close at 6 p.m. Click HERE for results and see Wednesday's Lebanon Reporter for complete primary election coverage.
Click here for election results. With all of the Eagle and Union precincts reporting, the Zionsville Community Schools board of trustee races were split. Incumbent Jane Burgess won the Eagle seat with 55 percent of the vote, incumbent Rob Wingerter lost the Union seat to challenger Joe Stein 46 percent to 54 percent. The public question to combine Worth Township with the town has been defeated 2-1.
We asked the four candidates for the Zionsville Community Schools Board of Trustees to complete a questionnaire. Their responses are published here.
Two people are dead after a vehicle crashed into a pole and caught fire Thursday morning, Aug. 16, on U.S. 421 north of 116th Street.
Zionsville police Capt. Doug Gauthier said the department received a call about a car on fire at 5:36 a.m.
Zionsville has issued an emergency water conservation declaration, which will take effect tomorrow. It will be enforced and there will be up to $2,500 in fines to those that don't comply. Story coming soon.
Zionsville and Whitestown have instituted lawn-watering bans after Citizens Water issued a ban. Citizens said in a press release that there has been low water pressure due to record water usage, mostly from customers watering their lawns. While Citizens is taking other steps to improve water pressure, it asks residents to water lawns only once a week until further notice.
Lebanon Utilities reports that Lebanon’s water levels are fine.
Zionsville Police Department Officer Tom Henthorn was critically injured in a one car crash while on duty Wednesday evening, May 25.
There will be primary elections only in Zionsville and in Lebanon on May 3, Boone County Clerk Penny Bogan said. Elected officials in Advance, Jamestown, Thorntown and Whitestown run as independents; candidates have until noon July 15 to file for the Nov. 8 general election.
In a span of about 9 hours, I-65 in Boone County has been the scene of two separate accidents with fatalities.
Police and emergency workers are presently at the scene of a fatal crash near the 130 mile marker in the southbound lanes.
Names of the victims have not been released pending notification of family members.
As of 8:30 p.m. the preliminary votes were 5,555 (61.25 percent) voters voted no and 3,514 (38.75 percent) of voters voted yes. There are 9,069 votes counted.