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New look, same restaurant
One of the oldest buildings in the Village is getting a total renovation.
The building that houses il Villagio, 40 N. Main St., has been sold, and the new owners are making significant improvements to the building that dates back to the 1880s.
VIDEO: Bank robbery suspects elude capture
The two men who robbed the Key Bank branch at gunpoint in Zionsville on Monday, March 11, have so far evaded capture.
Zionsville Police Chief Rob Knox said two men entered the Key Bank at 11622 N. Michigan Road, at 11 a.m. Monday, March 11, displayed handguns and demanded money. They were wearing bandanas, black sweatshirts and jeans. They were described as black, about 6 feet tall and weighing 180 to 195 pounds. Knox said the two men fled the bank in a vehicle that was reported stolen from the north side of Indianapolis. The car was found abandoned on Mayfield Lane just west of the bank on Sycamore Street. Knox said this was at least the fifth time the Key Bank had been robbed.
More than 375 volunteers who packed 100,000 meals as part of a joint effort of the Goddard School; Anson Group; the International Disaster Emergency Service, which supplied the food; and the Northwest Haiti Christian Mission that will get the food to Haiti and distribute it at food stations.
Town eyes Main Street site
The Zionsville Town Council wants to know how much it would cost to buy the PNC bank building and lot on Main Street.
Zionsville seeks ‘bicycle friendly’ title
Zionsville wants to make official what most town residents already know: Zionsville is a bicycle friendly community.
New way of life
A local couple has made it their mission to offer Zionsville Community High School students the opportunity to be a part of a group called Young Life.
Local action urged on Ford Bridge
Three factors are influencing replacement of the Ford Road bridge over Eagle Creek in southern Zionsville:
• Whether the county wants to wait for federal funding;
• Whether to use only local funding; or
• Whether the bridge fails an inspection and must be closed.
Board discusses rural factor for fee
Comments from residents and the town council have swayed the proposed stormwater utility fee yet again.
Ellspermann joins GOP celebration
Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann celebrated Valentine’s Day at the Witham Health Services Pavilion in Lebanon with 250 fellow Republicans at the Boone County Republican Central Committee 2013 Lincoln Day Dinner.
Senator speaks with Zionsville merchants
The Zionsville Chamber of Commerce sponsored the evening with U.S. Sen. Dan Coats, who spoke on a variety of issues facing congress including coming together to agree on a budget.
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