Spring cleanup for Park Cemetery scheduled

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GREENFIELD — Starting March 23, weather permitting, spring cleanup of Park Cemetery will begin, and crews will remove and discard decorations on gravesites. ...

St. Michael School pre-K and kindergarten registration open

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GREENFIELD — St. Michael School is now open for pre-K and kindergarten registration for fall. There will be a parent-only open house and...

PLUNGE FOR A CAUSE

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INDIANAPOLIS — With chattering teeth, eyes the size of silver dollars, and arms wrapped tightly around one another, the group of New Palestine High...

Hollywood theme set for fundraising event

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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Members Credit Union invites the public to attend its sixth annual charity fundraising event, Hooray for Hollywood, to benefit the Indiana Members...

Two charged in Spice ring settle cases

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GREENFIELD — One of the 12 defendants facing drug charges for their roles in a Spice-manufacturing operation in New Palestine has agreed to plead guilty...

Man takes plea deal in rape case

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GREENFIELD — A Greenfield man who was facing rape and sexual battery charges in multiple cases will serve time in prison and add his...

Diners won’t see boost in food tax

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GREENFIELD — Hancock County won’t be allowed to raise its tax at restaurants this year. While county officials pitched the idea to...

Grant Street not open to two-way traffic

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GREENFIELD — Local police are reminding drivers that Grant Street in Greenfield is a one-way street. Recently, police have stopped numerous drivers...

School foundation chief to retire

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GREENFIELD — Myra Bleill, executive director of the Greenfield Central School Foundation, plans to retire April 30. A posting for the position...

Diners won’t see boost in food tax

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GREENFIELD — Hancock County won’t be allowed to raise its tax at restaurants this year. While county officials pitched the idea to...