Business Briefs – April 22

Downtown eateries opening soon

GREENFIELD — Construction inside two new restaurants in downtown Greenfield is nearing completion.

Griggsby’s Station, 101 W. Main St., a 21-and-older, high-end eatery serving local farm-to-table fare and craft cocktails, is aiming to open in early May.

Less than a quarter-mile away at 16 N. State St., workers at Mama Roux, a Cajun restaurant that’s a spin-off of Indianapolis-based Papa Roux, also are expecting to open in early May.

The businesses had originally planned for an April opening.

Business plans open house event

GREENFIELD — PuroClean, a business specializing in water and fire damage restoration, mold removal and bio-hazard cleanup, is holding an open house at its new location in Greenfield today.

The free event, which will run from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the business, 625 S. State St., will include lunch, ribbon cutting, and snacks and drinks.

Employees will lead demonstrations and tours throughout the day, and BBQ’n Fools of Greenfield will cater the event.

Shredding events set at area bank

HANCOCK COUNTY — Greenfield Banking Co. is conducting a series of free shredding events to encourage residents to safely dispose of documents containing personal information in coming months.

Only paper products are accepted, and residents must limit materials to one large lawn and leaf trash bag full of documents.

All events run from 9 a.m. to noon.

The events will take place as follows:

May 7: 111 W. Broadway St., Fortville

June 11: 51 N. Meridian Road, Greenfield

June 25: 12140 E. Washington St., Cumberland

July 23: 1920 N. State St., Greenfield

Aug. 20: 7363 N. County Road 600W, McCordsville

Sept. 17: 5783 W. U.S. 52, New Palestine

Get rid of old tires, electronics

GREENFIELD — Hancock County Solid Waste Management District will conduct a collection event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Covance Laboratories campus, 371 S. Meridian Road, Greenfield.

Residents can drop off unwanted electronics, including televisions and computers, documents to be shredded and tires for prices between $3 and $5.

To see a detailed list of what items will be accepted, visit recyclehancockcounty.com.