Veterans Service Office expands availability

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GREENFIELD — The Hancock County Veterans Service Office will soon also be open on Fridays to help veterans navigate the bureaucracy to obtain benefits.

Display of over 500 flags returns to airport

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Over 500 American flags will fly in a Field of Honor from July 1 through 5 at the Indianapolis Regional Airport, 3867 N. Aviation Way, presented by the Exchange Clubs of Hancock County and Lawrence.

The Work and the Win: Kadi Sparks talks about her second win in 4-H...

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Soon after the judge shook hands with Kadi Sparks, signifying her as the Grand Champion Steer of the Beef Show on Tuesday, she cried and rubbed the space between the eyes of her steer, Drake. As she passed by fellow 4-H families, she was greeted with hugs and high fives and her cousin, who was also crying, said she was “crying for her.”

Kavanaugh to pay family $100,000 for woman severely injured in accident

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HANCOCK COUNTY — Jennifer Sloan fell from the back of a pickup truck and sustained a life-threatening head injury during an accident in early June of 2021. She has not improved after one year of care, officials said.

Plans for Dollar General remain uncertain

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MAXWELL — Plans for a discount store in Maxwell remain uncertain.

CHECK IT OUT: Library circulation returning to pre-COVID levels

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GREENFIELD — Anna Huang had to buy a rolling cart to transport all the books she and her daughters check out from the Hancock County Public Library every few weeks.

Man facing felony crimes to serve term through community corrections

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HANCOCK COUNTY — A Greenfield man who allegedly held a woman hostage for days entered into a plea agreement with the state that calls for five of seven charges to be dismissed.

Governor calls for legislators to convene

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INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Eric Holcomb Wednesday signed a proclamation calling a special session for the General Assembly to convene on July 6 to take action on his plan to return more than $1 billion of state reserves to Hoosier taxpayers.

DWD chief to lead central Indiana United Way

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INDIANAPOLIS — United Way of Central Indiana announced Wednesday that Fred Payne will serve as its next president and CEO.

Arrests — June 23

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Arrests