‘THE FUNNEL GETS SMALL’: Bumper-to-bumper traffic jams, school parking lots call for mindful drivers

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Earlier this week, on a rainy Tuesday morning, officials at New Palestine High School had their hands full and then some. Close to 300 parents opted to drive their students to school for drop-off. Couple that with over 250 student drivers, an estimated 85 cars driven by faculty and staff, and dozens of buses all converging into the parking area at the same time, and it made the drop-off as well as the pick-up area a bit of a nightmare for officials trying to keep everyone safe.

County lawmakers support abortion law

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HANCOCK COUNTY – Indiana’s new law on abortion restrictions represents a balanced approach to the issue, according to state lawmakers representing the county.

‘Working together and practicing faith’: Youth teams find unstealable lessons during service trip

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When a center serving adults with disabilities moved into a business park area, it sought to tone down the warehouse feel of the building and create a more welcoming exterior.

Warehouse developer requests continuance

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McCORDSVILLE — A developer planning four speculative buildings and asking that the site be annexed into McCordsville has requested a continuance from the upcoming plan commission meeting.

Take your best shot

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Michael Kester and Mark Sullivan (pictured) of the Hancock County Historical Society were able to untangle the bell rope at Chapel in the Park recently at Riley Park. The rope was stuck in the steeple for more than 10 years, Kester said, because it was left during a leak fix and wall repair but was never retrieved. The bell may be tolled for rare special occasions only, but Kester said they are trying to maintain the integrity of the aging timbers in the 1850s building.

Church notes for Aug. 13

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Services take place Sunday unless otherwise noted.

Hope for Living: ‘He is wild, you know. We’re not in charge’

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To be human is to be spiritual. Human spirituality can be greatly served by but is not limited to religious practice. Spirituality consists of at least three things: a sense of life’s meaning, a commitment to a purpose, and a connection to others, which often includes God or Higher Power.

The Bulletin for Aug. 13

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Classic car event scheduled

Second person arrested for school threat

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GREENFIELD -- City police detectives on Friday arrested the second person involved in a social media threat toward Weston Elementary School that was posted...

GREECE TO GREENFIELD: New restaurant brings taste of Mediterranean to city

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GREENFIELD – Dimitrios Andriopoulos’ eyes lit up between the drive-thru headset he wore as he talked about his line of work.