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  • Royals conference opener a hit against Zionsville

    Royals conference opener a hit against Zionsville
    In a game where everything could have possibly gone right for the Hamilton Southeastern Royals (5-1), the exact opposite took place for the Zionsville Eagles (2-2). And if they had it their way, the Royals wish every Hoosier Crossroads Conference...
  • P.E. cuts shift activity from gym to classroom

    P.E. cuts shift activity from gym to classroom
    Zionsville School Corporation recently decided to cut physical education classes for elementary students in order to make up for reduced state education funding and a failed referendum. Now, it is one of many school systems trying to determine how to...
  • IHSBCA Polls for May 2nd

    IHSBCA Polls for May 2nd
    Class 4A 1. Lake Central (14-1) 2. Bloomington South (11-0) 3. Cathedral (12-1) 4. Penn (11-0) 5-T. Zionsville (12-2) Fort Wayne Carroll (12-2) 7. DeKalb (10-1) 8. Homestead (12-2) 9. Avon (13-3) 10. Evansville Harrison (7-1) Class 3A 1....
  • Former Zionsville HS teacher arrested for child seduction

    Former Zionsville HS teacher arrested for child seduction
    A former Zionsville High School teacher has been arrested and accused of inappropriate contact with a student. According to authorities, 33-year-old Mandy Jared has been charged with two counts of felony child seduction. The district said it was made...
  • One killed, two hurt in I-65 crash near Zionsville exit

    One killed, two hurt in I-65 crash near Zionsville exit
    UPDATE: According to Indiana State Police, 45-year-old Teresa Oliver of Lafayette was identified as the person killed in the crash on southbound Interstate 65. The crash occurred around 1:55 p.m. when 46-year-old Scott Cameron of Brownsburg rear-ended...
  • Schools delay, cancel Friday classes early following Thursday's snow

    Schools delay, cancel Friday classes early following Thursday's snow
    Many Central Indiana school districts made the call early Thursday evening to cancel or delay Friday's classes. Hamilton Southeastern Schools was one of the first districts to opt for a 2 hour delay. Many other districts like Carmel Clay, Center Grove,...
  • New allegations against Zionsville police chief

    New allegations against Zionsville police chief
    Zionsville Police Chief Rick Dowden is now under even more scrutiny. He's being investigated for new claims of misappropriating thousands of dollars of potential evidence money. He also allegedly sold a sports car that was evidence in a criminal case....
  • Teachers fill statehouse, rally against proposed education reforms

    Teachers fill statehouse, rally against proposed education reforms
    Indiana educators packed the Statehouse on Tuesday to voice their concerns about proposed education reforms. The stakes are high as many public school teachers find themselves at odds with Governor Mitch Daniels, the state's top educator and a republican-...
  • Police investigate car theft ring in Boone County

    Police investigate car theft ring in Boone County
    Police in Boone County broke up a suspected car theft ring Sunday, involving a total of 15 cars. Police believe a group of teenagers could be responsible. The situation began just before 4:30 a.m. Sunday, when the Boone County Sheriff`s Department...
  • Zionsville voters to decide on property tax increase Tuesday

    Zionsville voters to decide on property tax increase Tuesday
    A measure that would raise property taxes and possibly save some Zionsville teachers' jobs will appear on Tuesday's ballot. The Zionsville School Board of Trustees voted April 24 to cut programs and lay off staff members in an effort to close a $2.5...
  • 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...