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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.
Storm dumps several inches of snow
Mother Nature was inhospitable Sunday night, March 24, and Monday, March 25, but local officials took the variable amounts of snow she dumped on Zionsville in stride.
Town council discusses Heritage Trail Park
Heritage Trail Park is one step closer to being constructed.
Officials: Still no decision on Dow deal
Officials hope a decision can be made on the Dow Chemical land purchase by Memorial Day weekend.
Whitestown, Zionsville reach compromise
Whitestown and Zionsville have come together to find a happy medium over Worth Township territory each planned to annex.
Local legislators meet with public
At a legislative breakfast Saturday morning, March 16, at Hussey-Mayfield Memorial Library, Fifth District Congresswoman Susan Brooks (R-Carmel) announced local office hours and introduced her director of constituent services, Mary Lueders.
No blarney here
A Zionsville native, Toby Miles said he enjoys coming to the annual gala. The Friendly’s owner, Scott Barnes, said he’s hosted the event for 11 years.
School board approves new boundaries
At its regular meeting Monday evening, the Zionsville Community Schools board unanimously approved making Boone Meadow Elementary a pre-K through grade-four facility as of the next school year and set new elementary school districts.
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