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  • Zionsville woman's Sticky Ties generate national attention

    Zionsville woman's Sticky Ties generate national attention
    A Zionsville woman is behind a sticky trend that's become a must-have stocking stuffer. As a mother of two boys, Ellie Brown knew a reusable sticker-like tie would be a hit with kids, and she also liked that it didn't leave a sticky mess behind. "We...
  • Hamilton Southeastern looks the part of a number one

    Hamilton Southeastern looks the part of a number one
    He didn't have the advantage of having the majority of his team as they started practice. Most of them were apart of Hamilton Southeastern's football run to the Regionals of the Class 5A state tournament back in November. But over the first five games...
  • Drought causing some wells to run dry

    Drought causing some wells to run dry
    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...
  • Citizens issues lawn watering ban for Zionsville area

    Citizens issues lawn watering ban for Zionsville area
    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...
  • Citizens Energy Group asks customers to conserve water

    Citizens Energy Group asks customers to conserve water
    Citizens Energy Group is asking its customers to help conserve water by decreasing the amount they water their lawns.   Last Wednesday, Citizens Energy Group stated people used 231 million gallons of water.  Last Thursday, they said 233 million gallons...
  • Giving new life to old homes

    Giving new life to old homes
    As the housing market continues to struggle, more and more Americans are upgrading their homes. A Harvard University study found American spent $116 billion on remodeling projects last year, the biggest increase in five years. Patti Smith and her husband...
  • Police search for theft suspect in Boone County

    Police search for theft suspect in Boone County
    The Zionsville Police Department is searching for a man accused of stealing a woman's purse from a vehicle Tuesday morning. Police created a perimeter, which expanded 96th Street to 86th Street and Technology Center Drive to Michigan Road, in an attempt...
  • Defense, schedule make Fishers an HCC contender

    Defense, schedule make Fishers an HCC contender
    Their schedule featured an array of contenders that were not friends to the won loss record. No. 1 North Central, 2011 Class 4A state championship finalist Kokomo, and a Carmel team ready to reclaim the top of the MIC. It made life a little rough to...
  • Carmel sets national record with 26th consecutive Swimming State title

    Carmel sets national record with 26th consecutive Swimming State title
    The ghosts of United States' swimming greats hang in the rafters of the IUPUI Natatorium, a long line of photo-banners representing some of the best swimmers and divers to grace the famous competition pool in Indianapolis. Often they look down at aspiring...
  • VALENTINE'S DAY SNOWFALL TOTALS

    VALENTINE'S DAY SNOWFALL TOTALS
    Central Indiana picked up some light snow this morning as another minor low pressure system moved through. For the season, we still haven't had a major snow storm.  Indianapolis has officially recorded 9.2" of snow for the season.  Last year, 33.5" of...
  • Firefighters concerned about high water use

    Firefighters concerned about high water use
    The Zionsville fire department issued a statement, Wednesday, expressing concern about high water use in the area. Firefighters are afraid low water pressure could affect their ability to tackle fires. The statement comes after Indianapolis water...