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November, 2021

  • 1 November

    Applications available for judicial position in Marion County

    The Marion County Judicial Selection Committee is beginning the process of selecting a new superior court judge. Judge Mark A. Jones has tendered his resignation, effective January 8, 2022, creating a vacancy on the Marion Superior Court. Committee Chairperson and Indiana Supreme Court Justice Steven David announced applications for the …

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  • 1 November

    Statewide housing stability partnership launched

    INDIANAPOLIS (Nov. 1, 2021) – The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority will accept applications from renters in all 92 counties for the Indiana Supreme Court’s Eviction Diversion Program, which is an additional tool to promote housing stability across the state. To qualify, the renter must have a pending eviction …

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  • 1 November

    Gov. Holcomb Signs COVID-19 Executive Orders

    INDIANAPOLIS – Governor Eric J. Holcomb signed Executive Orders 21-28 and 21-29. The Executive Orders expire on Dec. 1, 2021. “Today, I’m extending the public health emergency for another 30 days to maintain critical assistance to our neediest Hoosiers as we come out of this pandemic – all directly tied to …

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  • 1 November

    Two Vehicle Crash on I-465 Claims One Life

    Indianapolis, IN – Earlier this evening, at 6:07, troopers responded to a serious crash on I-465 westbound near Emerson Avenue. Personnel from the Indianapolis Fire Department were first to arrive on scene, they found two heavily damaged vehicles. Inside one of the vehicles was an adult female who was unresponsive, despite …

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October, 2021

  • 30 October

    IMPD Seeks the Community’s Assistance in Locating a Missing Person

    Jody Price INDIANAPOLIS – Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) Missing Persons Detectives are seeking the public’s help locating 10-year-old Jody Price. Price is described as 5’4″, 160 pounds, black and red braids, and brown eyes. She was last seen Friday, October 29, 2021 in the 1700 block of Wyoming Street …

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  • 30 October

    Traffic Stop Leads to 12 Pounds of Fentanyl

    Putnam County – Friday, October 29, 2021, at 11:45 a.m., an Indiana State Trooper observed a Ford Taurus near the 42-mile marker eastbound on Interstate 70 that was following too close with improper brake lights.  The driver of the vehicle was identified as Polo Huereca-Rivera, age 40, of Oklahoma City, …

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  • 30 October

    Dates Set for 2022 Avon Summer Concert Series Sponsored by Flora Brothers Painting

    October 22, 2021—Avon, IN — The Avon Chamber of Commerce, the Town of Avon and Washington Township Parks & Recreation is pleased to announce Concerts in the Parks sponsored by Flora Brothers Painting.  This will be a six-concert series with 3 dates added and will kick-off on Friday, June 3, 2022 …

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  • 30 October

    Wrong Way Driver Arrested for OWI After Serious Crash on I-70

    Indianapolis, IN – Friday morning, at 1:12 a.m., Indiana State Police Dispatchers began receiving 911 calls reporting a wrong way driver on I-70 near downtown Indianapolis. The driver was traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes of I-70 near the 85 mile marker. While dispatchers were on the phone with one witness, …

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  • 30 October

    High-Speed Pursuit Lands an Illinois Man in Jail

    Vermillion County – October 28, 2021, at approximately 1:20 p.m., Master Trooper Ted Robertson observed a white KIA traveling northbound on State Road 63 near County Road 1250 South, traveling at a high rate of speed.  Master Trooper Robertson activated his radar and received a reading of 96 mph in …

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  • 30 October

    Hendricks County Community Foundation Awards over $78,400 in Grants to Local Nonprofits

    The Hendricks County Community Foundation’s (HCCF) Board of Directors approved 16 grants totaling $78,406.60 at their October meeting, primarily from the Family Legacy Funds, community enhancement funds of HCCF. “Ranging from public parks, to local health and human services nonprofits, to innovative new youth and family programs, these projects will …

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  • 30 October

    Secretary Chambers Announces Leadership Promotion to New EVP of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

    INDIANAPOLIS (Oct. 28, 2021) – Indiana Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers today announced the promotion of Dave Roberts to executive vice president of entrepreneurship and innovation for the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC), effective Nov. 1, 2021. Roberts has served the IEDC since 2016, most recently as chief innovation officer. Dave Roberts …

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  • 30 October

    Hendricks County Invasive Management Group Reviews First Year

    Looking back through its first year, Hendricks County Invasive Management Cooperative recognizes progress in combating plants that don’t belong in the local environment. Through year’s end 2021, HC-IMC had organized teams for 13 Weed Wrangles, primarily at local parks, conducted five invasive surveys and paid 17 technical assistance visits or …

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  • 30 October

    Indiana State Police Wants Everyone to Stay Safe This Halloween

    It’s that time of year when kids are looking forward to dressing up in their favorite costumes and spending time with family and friends trick-or-treating!  Although everyone loves to get lots of candy and have fun, the most important thing is health and safety while trick-o-treating, and making sure everyone …

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  • 30 October

    Leadership Hendricks County 2022 Class Applications Due December 1

    Applications for the Leadership Hendricks County Class of 2022 are due December 1. Anyone interested in developing his or her leadership skills, or simply learning more about leadership and what it means to the community, is invited to apply. A new class of approximately 25 participants is selected each year. …

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  • 30 October

    Behning: Free online tutoring available for middle, high school students

    STATEHOUSE (Oct. 20, 2021) – Students in grades 8-12 can now access free tutoring programs through a new state partnership with schoolhouse.world, according to State Rep. Bob Behning (R-Indianapolis). The online resource provides help with SAT preparation, math courses and Advanced Placement classes. According to Behning, schoolhouse.world was launched by …

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