BHS senior plans community event
BROWNSBURG — Elizabeth Bockrath has decided to give back to the community by organizing the Brownsburg Community Jamboree — a family-friendly game event — from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 16 at Brownsburg High School. Attendees should enter through Door 15.
Home cook gets blue ribbon
PLAINFIELD — When Hidemi Walsh moved to the United States, she started to learn to cook all over again. Born and raised in Japan, she decided to take on the challenge with an adventuresome spirit.
Panko Strength and Speed (PSS) in Plainfield isn’t a conventional workout facility, which is evident by the approach and the results.
Hendricks County’s own ... CONNIE LAWSON
Danville's own Connie Lawson is now serving the residents of the entire State of Indiana as Secretary of State. She got her first taste of service to the community right here in our county seat.
Ham radio event held this weekend
The Hendricks County Amateur Radio Society will be hosting the annual “Ham Fest” or Amateur Radio Festival from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 16 at the Brownsburg American Legion.
MHAHC prepares for Laughing for the Health of It!
AVON — Mental Health America Hendricks County looks for ways to help keep residents on track with good mental health. The staff is preparing for a new fundraiser called, “Laughing for the Health of it!”
DCSC Board OKs plans for a stadium renovation project
The school board here has set renovation plans in motion for the high school’s athletic facility at its meeting Monday. The project includes a new synthetic surface football field.
Brides to Be Expo returns
PLAINFIELD — The Hendricks County Flyer is continuing its tradition of helping brides and grooms plan their perfect day by once again hosting the annual Brides to Be Expo. This year’s event is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 16 at Five Star Catering at Primo West in Plainfield.
USPS announces decision to change delivery schedule
In a national announcement Wednesday, officials with the United States Postal Service (USPS) have decided to do away with Saturday mail service — excluding package delivery — in hopes it will quell its financial woes.
Police chase ends in Hendricks County
Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers responded to a north side drug store early Wednesday morning investigating reports of an armed robbery.
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