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Whale of a Sale starts this week

The fall Whale of a Sale children’s consignment event will take place Sept. 4 – 6 once again at the Indiana State Fairgrounds Ag/Hort Building.  More than 500 consignors will bring 55,000 items and six football fields worth of children’s clothing...

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Zionsville RDC talks Creekside Corp.

A special meeting of the Zionsville Redevelopment Commission was held Aug. 22at Town Hall. The meeting discussed the commission’s plans for the future of Corporate Park. Commission members stressed that marketing methods needed to...

Owner Jeff Godby opened Godby Discount Furniture & Mattress, 130 Logan St., Noblesville, a year after the Westfield clearance store was closed as part of the U.S. 31 expansion. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Godby relocates discount store

By Robert Herrington  Godby Home Furnishings has opened a discount location near downtown Noblesville that replaces its Westfield clearance center that was forced to close in June 2013 to make way for the U.S....

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Column: ‘Fun’ and grammar

Question: “Dear Grammer Guy, thanks for the ‘opportunity’ to read your comments on appropriate word usage. I’d like to know how ‘fun’ came to be used as an adjective. I always thought ‘fun’ was a...

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German poems this month at SullivanMunce

By Sophie Pappas Poetry on Brick Street will present Lorne Mook as its guest poet at 6:30 p.m., Sept. 4, at the SullivanMunce Cultural Center, 225 Hawthorne St., in Zionsville. Mook has produced the...

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Opinion: Generally true

With the recent if-not-surprising revelation that perennial candidate Joe Hogsett has set out to pursue his desire to become the chief executive officer of the City of Indianapolis, political pundits and media outlets (hungry...