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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.
Brownsburg Community School's website supposedly hacked by Muslim group
Law enforcement and the Brownsburg Community School Corporation are actively investigating a Wednesday night website hacking from a group calling themselves All Muslims of the World.
Police seek two in armed robberies
Brownsburg police are seeking assistance in trying to identify two suspects that committed an armed robbery of a Subway restaurant about 9 p.m. Saturday, only 90 minutes after committing the same act at a Marathon gas station in Avon.
Schumacher adds to racing legacy, wins record-tying ninth U.S. Nationals
BROWNSBURG — For only the second time in its 58-year history, the Mac Tools U.S. Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway was postponed from the traditional Labor Day slot and for four drivers, it was worth the wait.
Police search for missing man
The Speedway Police Department is investigating the disappearance of resident Douglas Denzel, 59.
Police investigate death of infant
Police here are investigating the death of a 4-month-old girl at an unlicensed daycare facility.
Keselowski adds another win to Penske’s legacy at IMS
SPEEDWAY — Penske Racing is an organization that has seen victory lane 15 times at the Indianapolis 500 and now team owner Roger Penske can put a stock car feather in his cap.
Full speed ahead for Colts, from Day 1
ANDERSON — Determined to hit the ground running at his first professional training camp, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck spent four days recently working out in South Florida with wide receiver Reggie Wayne.
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