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Amazon workers become ill
The Hendricks County Flyer has received reports that about 20 people working at Amazon Distribution Center in Plainfield are being taken to Hendricks Regional Health in Danville to be treated for sickness.
Brownsburg man pleads not guilty to murder
CRAWFORDSVILLE — A 39-year-old Brownsburg man is being held without bond in the Montgomery County Jail, facing charges of murder, aggravated battery, and more. He has pleaded not guilty on all charges.
Eastbound I-70 lanes to close Thursday morning
The Indiana Department of Transportation plans to close all lanes of eastbound Interstate 70 at the Harding Street interchange on the city’s near-west side at 1 a.m. Thursday to remove a large overhead box truss with several green panel signs attached.
First responders have busy morning today
The Danville Fire Department worked an early morning fire today at an empty residence in the 2900 block of West U.S. 36.
Brownsburg approves 2013 budget
The Brownsburg Town Council voted Thursday night to adopt the town's 2013 budget of $39.9 million with a property tax rate decrease of .1008, a more than 12 percent tax cut.
Plainfield man injured in semi-truck rollover
A Plainfield man was injured Tuesday morning when the semi-tractor trailer he was driving went off the right side of the roadway on northbound I-65 and overturned near the State Road 267 entrance ramp in Boone County.
Bruins bring home second straight sectional
GREENCASTLE — After bringing home the school’s first girls’ soccer sectional title last season, the returning six Tri-West seniors were hungry to repeat that feat this year. Against North Montgomery on Saturday, the Bruins won their second consecutive sectional title with a dominating 4-1 win over the Chargers.
Bulldogs clinch HCC championship
BROWNSBURG — In a game the Brownsburg players and fans will remember for a very long time, the Bulldogs seized the outright Hoosier Crossroads Conference title and started 8-0 for the first time since 1994. And they did so in some of the most adverse weather conditions for a football game as rain fell heavily throughout the entirety, making it difficult to accomplish anything field.
Bruins shine bright over No. 2 Stars
LIZTON — In a battle of unbeaten Sagamore Conference foes, it was the Bruins who dimmed the Stars last night.
Skillman's visit to B&O Trail canceled
Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman was slated to visit the B&O Trail under Ronald Reagan Parkway this Thursday afternooon, but that visit has been canceled due to extenuating circumstances.
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