Current in Zionsville

Workers burn the midnight oil as they put in nighttime hours to prepare for the opening of Rosie’s Place in Zionsville. (Submitted photo courtesy of Boone Co. Economic Development Corp.) 0

Coming soon: Rosie’s in Zionsville

By Sophie Pappas The Noblesville-based restaurant Rosie’s Place is slated to open soon in Zionsville. Construction of the interior and exterior of the Main Street business has been underway for several months already. “[We]...

(From left to right) Debbie Hall and Deborah Watt decorate a Christmas trees at Watts Christmas Farm. (Photo by Dawn Pearson) 0

New location for Watts Christmas trees

By Dawn Pearson Since 1967, a little place called “Anything Christmas” has been helping Zionsville residents to deck the halls and find the sparkle for Christmas. Anyone who would dare ask “What is ‘Anything...

Trail number five shows how the Rail-Trail stretches through town, (Submitted mSataprk)ey Ro 0

Rail-Trail expansion comes to a halt

By James Feichtner Since 1985 town planners have made efforts to create a bicycle and pedestrian path that connects neighborhoods, schools, parks and businesses.  Since then the Rail-Trail has made progress in connecting neighboring...

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Nalli named an “Up & Comer”

Jonathan S. Nalli, chief executive officer of St.Vincent, a member of St. Louis-based Ascension Health, was recognized by Modern Healthcare, one of the health care industry’s trade publications, as an “Up & Comer” for...

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Gauthier retires after 21 years

By Sophie Pappas In a Nov. 12 release from Zionsville Chief of Police Robert Knox, Knox stated that Captain Doug Gauthier has announced his intentions to retire after 21 years of service to the...

(From left to right) Delaney’s owner Mary Lawson and artist Susie Rachles inside the Zionsville store. (Photo by Maria Leichty) 0

Delaney’s brings in new local artist

By Maria Leichty A familiar name is returning to downtown Zionsville. Local artist Susie Rachles has returned to Zionsville to sell her work this year after opening a studio in Carmel Arts and Design...