● Health facility to offer holiday event
GREENFIELD — Kindred Transitional Care & Rehabilitation is serving a Breakfast with Santa from 8 to 10:30 a.m. Dec. 19 at its Greenfield location, 200 Green Meadows Drive.
The breakfast includes pancakes and sausage, story time with Mrs. Claus and crafts. For more information, call 317-462-3311.
● Local broker attends conference
GREENFIELD — Mark Dudley, a real estate broker at RE/MAX Realty Group in Greenfield and New Palestine, joined more than 100 brokers at a two-day conference in Chicago last month.
At the conference, which began Nov. 9, Dudley saw several speakers from industry experts. Invitation to the conference is reserved for the highest-performing RE/MAX brokers, according to a release.
● Energy provider to use new tech
HANCOCK COUNTY — Vectren Energy, a utilities provider, has launched a new program to install automated meter reading devices at properties throughout Hancock County.
In the coming weeks, crews from Vectren will begin installing transmitters on meters in Fortville, Greenfield, McCordsville and New Palestine.
The new technology will allow meter readers to obtain meter readings by driving routes, rather than walking from meter to meter.
Customers might see changes in the monthly bill due date, according to a release from the company.
● Company to open local facility
GREENFIELD — Debits n’ Credits Accounting and Tax Services will open a Greenfield office in January at 2700 W. Main St, Suite 140, to help residents with tax filings.
Hours of operation have not been determined, but the office will be open Monday through Saturday beginning in February.
Appointments and walk-ins are accepted.
For information, call 317-467-1017.
● Local woman wins grand prize
GREENFIELD — Rita Richmond of Greenfield received $5,000 in gift cards to Kroger grocery stores as the winner of the company’s October Grand Prize Sweepstakes.
Richmond received the prize after filling out a survey about her shopping experience on her grocery receipt.