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Zionsville Street Dance

By Chris Bavender It’s time once again to throw on your party hat and enjoy the annual Zionsville Street Dance. This year’s event – sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce – is expected to...

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Z’Sparkle back for fifth year

By Sophie Pappas Men in heels prancing down Main Street – that is Z’Sparkle Party Drag Race to End Alzheimer’s. Deemed a lighthearted and fun event designed to bring people together to raise awareness...

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Maplehurst bakery expanding in Boone Co.

By Sophie Pappas Fresh baked goods frozen to perfection and shipped across the country, where they are unwrapped and enjoyed by thousands; this is what Maplehurst Bakeries is all about. Headquartered in Brownsburg, the...

An image of the Browning/Duke site at Anson shows how quickly Whitestown and Anson are develop- ing. More than 300 acres will soon be available for further development. (Submitted photo) 0

Duke site at Anson at max capacity

By Sophie Pappas The joint project between Browning Investments and Duke Realty’s AllPoints building in Anson has resulted in a multi-faceted leasing project over the last year.  Now, more than 257,000 square feet have...

The downtown study and market analysis shows there are 860 public and private parking spots in Zionsville’s village. (Submitted image.) 0

Market study moved to Zionsville town council

By Sophie Pappas   At last week’s Zionsville Plan Commission meeting, president of the Zionsville Economic Development Committee, Charlie Edwards, stood before the commission and presented the most recent version of the Downtown Market...

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Column: Chance vs. opportunity

Question: “Dear Grammar Guy, I would like to take this ‘chance’ to ask you about the use of ‘chance & opportunity’. I see this as a real ‘opportunity’ to clear up the proper time to...

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Opinion: Lap of luxury

Few would argue that the current system of rapidly increasing costs and compounding debt is a sustainable long-term plan for higher education. Yet there are even fewer among us who might dare to challenge...

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Column: Marrakesh: Cobras on the Square 

When Marrakesh (or Marrakech) was a stop along the international “hippie trail,” Crosby, Stills and Young sang fondly of “blowing smoke rings” and “charming cobras on the square.” Today, smoke rings are harder to find...