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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...
Tags: Allentown, Interior Policy, Laws, Politics, State Parks
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...
Tags: Weather Reports, Natural Disasters, Droughts, Weather
Investigators are looking into what caused a plane to crash-land Saturday in Amherst County. The pilot was not hurt. He reported that he was en route from Charlotte to Pennsylvania when the engine sputtered and shut off. The pilot was unable to make...
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...
Tags: Local Government
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
Tags: Public Finance, Politics, Referenda
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