The following are polling locations for Zionsville residents:
• Eagle 1, 9, 14,15 — Zionsville United Methodist Church, 9644 Whitestown Road
• Eagle 2, 3, 8, 12, 17 — Zionsville Town Hall, 1100 W. Oak St.
• Eagle 4, 6, 11, 18 — Zionsville Presbyterian Church, 4775 W. 116th St.
• Eagle 5, 7, 10 — Zionsville Fellowship Church, 9090 E. Ind. 334
• Eagle 13, 19, 20 — Royal Run Community Center, 6514 Royal Run Blvd.
• Eagle 16 — Hoosier Village Retirement Center, 9875 Cherryleaf Dr.
• Union 1 and 2 — Mounts Runn Baptist Church, 250 S. County Road 775 East
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Witham plans Zionsville project
Witham Health Services has plans for the northeast corner of Michigan Road and 116th Street in Zionsville, the so-called “gateway district.”
ZCHS Class of 2013 Graduates
The ZCS Class of 2013 graduated Sunday, June 6. James Lewis was the senior speaker; and Hannah Biggs was the senior singer. Class officers — President Sara Zaheer, Vice President Eric Regele and Secretary/Treasurer Claire Poindexter — gave a group speech, and Katelyn McCarthy and Adam Pease were recognized as salutatorians.
ZCS board OKs high school additions
The Zionsville Community Schools Board of Trustees, at its Monday, June 10 meeting, authorized Superintendent Scott Robison to move forward on capital projects totalling more than $15.2 million — with the stipulation that the projects don’t go over the proposed budget and that the board will have input throughout the process.
Council honors late RDC president
The town council’s action to dedicate 106th Street as Mike Latz Memorial Way was only fitting for the man who brought several projects to the area.
FedEx breaks ground for new facility
Work has officially begun on a new 300,000-square-foot FedEx Ground distribution center in Zionsville.
Blooming, zooming weekend ahead
June 14-15 will be a busy weekend in Zionsville featuring art, history, cars, landscaping and fund raising for a worthy cause.
RDC may lend council a hand
After partnering with the schools to purchase the Dow property, the redevelopment commission may team up with the town council to save some money.
Whitestown looks to increase water rates
Whitestown residents may soon notice a small increase in their water bills.
Remembering Fallen Heroes
Bob Musgrave, American Legion Riders road captain, places an American flag near a grave Thursday, May 23, at Zionsville Cemetery. Musgrave was joined by members of the Zionsville Police Department and American Legion in putting flags on the grave sites of veterans.
Council to honor late RDC president
The Zionsville Town Council will pay tribute to Mike Latz, the former president of the Redevelopment Commission.
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