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Q: I parked my car in my restaurant's lot yesterday because of street construction. I looked up at the usual towing warning sign and noticed two very unusual qualifications: "$400/hr. for motorcycles" and "vehicles with for sale signs will be towed." Is...
Alex Gren couldn't believe her luck. The rising Penn State senior from Zionsville, a graduate of Emmaus High School, took advantage last week of being one of the first people in the state to witness a public banding of barn owls. "I helped volunteer with...
Citizens Water has issued a lawn watering ban for customers in the Zionsville area until further notice.Citizens also is working closely with officials in Whitestown, where the Town Council also issued a lawn watering ban. The Citizens Water system...
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Where there's smoke, there's ire. It was not so long ago that smoking was glamorous. Tobacco companies paid millions of dollars for "product placements" to have the most popular movie stars suck on their brands, although they shifted from Lucky Strikes...
The dry weather and drought conditions are affecting more than people’s lawns. Many are now facing the heat wave without any water as wells around Central Indiana are starting to run dry. Jill Moss lives in Zionsville. She stood Wednesday afternoon...
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South Bend TribuneSerious muskie fishermen are a lot like bass and walleye experts. They believe a sophisticated approach trumps simple tactics when it comes to catching fish. That doesn’t seem to be the case for Tami Roth and her boyfriend Kevin Overley of...
Tags: Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure
Police in the Lehigh Valley for the first time have the ability to pursue people who are ripping off the government by filing fake tax returns and collecting refunds they don't deserve. While that may not sound like a big deal, the theft of our tax...
12:44 p.m. - Powerball officials say the jackpot for Wednesday night's drawing is now $550 million. Earlier: The Hoosier Lottery wrapped itself up in jackpot mania by handing out 500 free Powerball tickets Wednesday morning. Indiana's lottery handed...
With $500 million up for grabs, the Powerball jackpot is generating a lot of interest in Indiana "I'm ready, " said Linda Grant of Indianapolis. "I feel good today so I'm going for it." Your odds of hitting the jackpot are tiny, just one in 175...
A local male Brittany spaniel officiallly named "Hits All Jack'd Up" completed a rare repeat last month. The dog, owned by Joe Sikorski and Claire Ricci of Macungie, became just the fourth dog in history to win consecutive ABC National Gun Dog...
Q: We have this problem in Old Zionsville, especially during rain and light snow, but even in dry conditions. In a month-long period in June and July we witnessed three accidents and two close calls on the sharp curve in the middle of the village. Drivers...
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