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April is National Autism Awareness month, and the Whitestown Fire Department is doing its share to recognize it.
1st Flower & Herb Day planned for May 4
The Zionsville Downtown Committee is bringing spring to town Saturday, May 4, with or without Mother Nature’s cooperation.
Town council close to purchase of PNC Bank property
The Zionsville Town Council will be one step closer, after its May meeting, to purchasing the PNC Bank property on Main Street.
CFO gives update on school bond issues
The Zionsville Community Schools Board of School Trustees covered a lot of ground in a nearly three-hour-long meeting Monday night, April 22.
Lightning causes fire at ZCHS
A lightning strike caused as much as $200,000 in damage to a building near the Zionsville Community High School football field, according to a Zionsville Fire Department press release.
County responds to severe weather
Creeks in Boone County surpassed major flood levels Thursday night, April 18, prompting the Boone County Commissioners to declare a state of emergency early Friday morning, April 19. The flooding caused a multitude of problems, such as stranded motorists and residents without electricity or working toilets.
Dow site passes first environmental study
Progress has been made on the potential Dow land purchase as a May 23 deadline draws near.
Clean up begins after flood
After flooding caused damage throughout Zionsville late last week, the process of putting everything back together has begun.
Neighborhood compared to Armageddon
John Davidson feels lucky that his home at 350 S. Fourth St. wasn’t affected by the flooding Friday, April 19, when Eagle Creek jumped its banks; his brother, Jeff Davidson, not so much.
Little League opening postponed
Zionsville Little League Board of Directors has announced that, with Lions Park under 8 to 10 feet of water Friday morning, April 19, Friday’s and Saturday’s opening ceremonies have been postponed.
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