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  • Zionsville teachers hope voters pass funding referendum

    Zionsville teachers hope voters pass funding referendum
    Band teacher Chris Murray played outside a polling location in Zionsville and while he was not singing for his supper, he was playing for his job Tuesday.   The 5th and 6th grade band director said he was letting his music do the talking, but he did call...
  • Referendum to address deficit at Zionsville Community Schools passes

    Referendum to address deficit at Zionsville Community Schools passes
    Zionsville residents approved a referendum to address a $2.5 million deficit at Zionsville Community Schools Tuesday. Now, nearly 20 teachers could possibly be placed back on the district's payroll. They were notified back in April that they would...
  • About East Penn schools and communities in Pa.

    East Penn School District includes the communities of Emmaus, Alburtis and Macungie and Lower Macungie and Upper Milford townships in Lehigh County, Pa. The villages of Wescosville, East Texas and Zionsville are located within the townships that make up...
  • Zionsville referendum saves art and music programs, adds 26 more teachers

    Zionsville referendum saves art and music programs, adds 26 more teachers
    Voters passed an important school referendum earlier this month. It’s one that will not only saves teachers' jobs, but will now help add even more! Wednesday, the Zionsville School Board officially reversed the layoffs announced earlier this...
  • Northwest side retirement community expanding

    Northwest side retirement community expanding
    A northwest side retirement community is expanding to keep up with the need. Hoosier Village's expansion near 96th Street and Zionsville Road means 50 news jobs when the project is completed and 125 construction related jobs until then. This expansion...
  • Fourteen pairs of twins in Zionsville to break record, but may not make the record books

    Fourteen pairs of twins in Zionsville to break record, but may not make the record books
    This weekend, Zionsville High School's graduating class of 2012 is expected to set a world record for having the most twins to receive a diploma. Out of 436 students in the senior class, 28 have always had another half through their high school years....
  • Firework fans still free to light up the night sky this Fourth of July

    Firework fans still free to light up the night sky this Fourth of July
    Severely dry conditions have triggered burn bans throughout Indiana but as the Fourth of July approaches, fire departments and local governments won’t be able to do anything to prevent the use of fireworks. Michael Russell said he and his family...
  • Body found in wooded area in Zionsville

    Body found in wooded area in Zionsville
    The Zionsville Police Department is investigating after a body was discovered in a wooded area in Zionsville, Ind. early Wednesday morning. Police Chief Robert Knox said the body was located in the area south of Sycamore Street and east of Eagle Creek....
  • Police identify body as missing Zionsville man

    Police identify body as missing Zionsville man
    The body found in a wooded area in Zionsville, Ind. early Wednesday morning has been identified as a man who was reported missing last week. Police cadaver dogs located the body of 33-year-old Todd Terew in the area south of Sycamore Street and east...
  • Several INDOT projects could interfere with Black Friday rush

    Several INDOT projects could interfere with Black Friday rush
    Shoppers say, right now, it takes a certain level of dedication to get to most of the major malls on Indianapolis' north side.   "The construction.  There's just so much construction going on," said Robin Wachtel of Carmel.   David Burgess of...
  • Local woman overcomes challenges, establishes bed and breakfast

    Local woman overcomes challenges, establishes bed and breakfast
    Leesa Smith knows a thing or two about what it takes to follow your dreams. The road to her goal of owning and operating a bed and breakfast started with plenty of bumps, when a deal to buy a bed and breakfast in Zionsville fell apart at the last minute....