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PHS robotics team snares state championship
Johnny Vargo, an industrial technology teacher at Plainfield High School, says “being a nerd is now cool.”
North Salem business now offers postal services
NORTH SALEM – Jason Lalli was upset when the North Salem Post Office had to remove its stamp machine. The situation also gave him an idea to help his customers at the North Salem Food Plaza.
Bio-tech firm grows Central Indiana headquarters
Officials with POLARIS Laboratories, LLC, a fluid analysis company, recently announced plans to expand their headquarters in Indianapolis, creating up to 25 new jobs by 2016.
City announces two-way conversion of Central Avenue and neighboring streets
The Department of Public Works (DPW) is planning four two-way conversions in May and June.
City partners to protect ash trees
The Department of Public Works (DPW) will partner with Valent Professional Products this summer to treat and protect 200 of the city’s ash trees from the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB). The partnership, called the Legacy Tree Project, has been in place since 2010.
DPW installs city’s first bike boxes
The city of Indianapolis’ Department of Public Works has installed the city’s first “bike box” at the intersections of 71st Street and Cross Key Drive and 73rd Street and Spring Mill Road on the city’s northwest side.
Splash Island Opens May 25
Splash Island will have its grand opening for the outdoor summer season at 10 a.m. May 25.
Worship leader releases album
Molly Keller, worship leader at Plainfield Christ Fellowship, recently released a self-titled album.
Riding the high seas
Not many U.S. Navy ships served in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters of World War II.
One shell of a good time
INDIANAPOLIS — The slowest spectacle in sports returned for a 33rd consecutive year this week as the Zoopolis 500 Tortoise Race was held at the Indianapolis Zoo.
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