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Local marathoner describes scene after blasts
Zionsville resident Clayton Kelly was one block and 25 minutes ahead of unthinkable terror Monday at the Boston Marathon that was marred by two explosions near the end of the race.
Appearance by Colts punter highlights United Way event
Former Indianapolis Colts punter Hunter Smith had an important message for Boone County United Way supporters Wednesday morning, April 10 at the Lebanon High School community center — People are not important. They are valuable.
Board approves new stormwater fee
A new stormwater utility fee proposal could soon be in front of the Zionsville Town Council.
Zionsville resident describes scene at Boston Marathon
Five Zionsville residents completed the Boston Marathon Monday. Three are confirmed as being uninjured, and the other two runners aren't believed to be injured based on their reported finish times.
Read in Wednesday's TImes Sentinel the personal account of one of the runners who was just a block away in a medical tent when the two bombs exploded before 3 p.m.
Zionsville council approves annexation
The Zionsville Town Council met in special session Thursday morning, April 4, to consider an annexation agreement with Whitestown.
Original principal returns to Boone Meadow
At the Monday, April 8, Zionsville Community Schools Board of Trustees meeting, Superintendent Scott Robison announced Kris Landis as the new principal at Boone Meadow Elementary School.
Town urged to talk early with county on bridge
A Boone County Councilman said now is the time for the Zionsville Town Council to talk to the county about replacing the Ford Road bridge.
Whitestown approves amended annexation
The Whitestown Town Council says it has listened to concerns from Perry Township residents, but many of those residents are livid with the town’s annexation.
One man’s mission
Since 2006, Hayat Nooristani has been shot at under small arms and mortar fire, blown up by improvised explosive devices, and pulled U.S. soldiers and Zionsville resident Dennis Norris out of harm’s way while assisting the United States in war-torn Afghanistan.
Work begins on Bub's site
Crews work Thursday afternoon, March 28, to clear the site of a future Bub’s Burgers and mixed office/retail building along South Main Street.
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