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August, 2020

  • 17 August

    Own A Piece of Indy 500 History

    Have you ever wanted to own a piece of Indianapolis 500 history? Now you can!Tomorrow is the 46th annual Fastest Rookie Celebration. Over the course of forty-six events, A LOT of historical moments have occurred. Indiana’s dairy farm families are always proud to present the annual event honoring each and every Indianapolis 500 …

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  • 17 August

    Indiana State Police Indianapolis District Accepting Applications for Civilian Dispatcher

    Indianapolis, IN -The Indiana State Police is accepting applications for a Regional Dispatcher at the Indianapolis Post to staff the Regional Dispatch Center which operates out of that facility. Successful applicants must be able to receive, record, disseminate and accurately dispatch information to police personnel, other law enforcement agencies and …

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  • 17 August

    Renter, Mortgage Assistance for Hoosiers Impacted by COVID-19

    As announced by Gov. Holcomb, the state’s moratorium on evictions, foreclosures and utility disconnects expired on Friday, Aug. 14. However, the state still offers a variety of assistance to Indiana homeowners and renters.According to the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority, Indiana residents who are unable to pay their rent or mortgage …

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  • 17 August

    Tortilla Manufacturer Chooses Plainfield for Midwest Expansion, 500+ New Jobs

    PLAINFIELD, Ind. (Aug. 17, 2020) – Mission Foods, a national manufacturer of tortillas, tortilla chips, flat breads and other baked products, announced plans today to establish a new, state-of-the-art tortilla manufacturing facility in Plainfield. To support its Midwest growth, the company plans to create up to 544 new Hoosier jobs by the end of 2026.“Indiana …

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  • 17 August

    Three dead after vehicle drives into Lake Monroe

    Indiana Conservation Officers are investigating the death of three individuals at Monroe Reservoir late Saturday night.   At approximately 10:30 p.m., witnesses reported seeing a vehicle drive down the Paynetown State Recreation Area boat ramp and enter the water.  The driver called out for help and attempted to exit the …

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  • 17 August

    Gov. Holcomb announces two new state forests

    MARTINSVILLE –Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced the establishment of two new Indiana state forests at a ceremony in Morgan County. Ravinia State Forest, near Paragon, encompasses 1,500 acres of wooded rolling hills, valleys and restored cropland. The area now known as Mountain Tea State Forest consists of more than 1,150 …

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  • 17 August

    IMPD Homicide and Robbery Detectives make arrests, seek public’s assistance in locating additional suspects

    INDIANAPOLIS- Indianapolis detectives from IMPD’s Homicide and Robbery branch announce the arrest of two individuals for their alleged involvement in an armed robbery that occurred on May 30th, 2020 at 300 N Delaware Street. Alijah Jones (23-years old) and Marcus Anderson (23-years old) have been arrested on preliminary charges of robbery. …

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  • 17 August

    Weekly Construction Update for Marion County and I-70 Projects

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Department of Transportation will close lanes in Marion County and along the I-70 corridor this week. This weekly release will detail lane closures and ramp closures throughout the construction zones in Marion County and along the I-70 corridor from I-465 to the Ohio State Line.  During …

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  • 17 August

    Immersive Export Program Connects Indiana Small Businesses to Global Markets

    INDIANAPOLIS (Aug. 13, 2020) – The Indiana Small Business Development Center (Indiana SBDC) recognized seven small businesses this week for completing the 2020 Export Indiana Accelerator, a statewide initiative assisting Indiana companies in creating ready-to-execute export plans to position their products or services in the international marketplace.“To stay competitive in today’s …

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  • 17 August

    Brownsburg Physician and Avon School Police Chief Among Gov. Holcomb Appointments to Various Boards and Commissions

    INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric J. Holcomb announced several appointments to various state boards and commissions. Commission for Higher Education The governor made two reappointments to the commission, who will serve until June 30, 2024: Dennis Bland (Indianapolis), president of the Center for Leadership DevelopmentDan Peterson (Bloomington), vice president of industry …

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  • 17 August

    Hendricks County Health Department Asks the Public to Use the COVID-19 Concerns Line

    HENDRICKS COUNTY, IN – The Hendricks County Health Department (HCHD) has set up a dedicated phone number to handle the public’s COVID-19 related questions and concerns in Hendricks County. The COVID-19 Concerns Line, 317-718-6018, is regularly checked by health department staff. Please dial this number to report mask violations, to …

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  • 13 August

    Governor, legislative leaders move solution forward to assure 100 percent funding for Indiana’s K-12 schools

    INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Eric J. Holcomb announced that he will ask the Indiana State Board of Education (SBOE) to take action to ensure that Indiana’s K-12 schools receive 100 percent of funding as he committed earlier this summer. Gov. Holcomb will ask SBOE to call a special meeting for the …

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  • 12 August

    IURC Issues Order Requiring Extended Payment Arrangements Be Offered Through Oct. 12, 2020, Certain Fees Also Suspended

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (Commission) issued an Order today in Phase 1 of its investigation (Cause No. 45380) into the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on ratepayers and utilities in the state. In the Order, the Commission requires all jurisdictional utilities to continue to offer extended …

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  • 12 August

    Brownsburg High School mourns death of student

    Tragedy has struck Brownsburg High School after the death of a student on Monday. Brownsburg High School Principal Bret Daghe in an email to parents announced the death of junior Logan Trout. Trout, a member of the Brownsburg Bulldogs cross country team, died after suffering a “medical emergency” while running …

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  • 11 August

    Indiana State Police Focusing on School Bus Safety

    As the summer break comes to an end, students across northeast Indiana are starting their return to school.  With that return to school, motorists should expect an increased amount of school bus traffic during the morning and afternoon commutes, and therefore the need to plan those commutes accordingly to allow …

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