BROWNSBURG — The All in for Education Gala Monte Carlo Night was held Friday to raise funds for the Brownsburg Education Foundation. The event was held at the Don Schumacher Racing Headquarters.
Brownsburg Education Foundation raises funds
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GOING HOME: Damon Bradtmueller and his wife Susan will be heading back home to Brownsburg Wednesday, now that Damon is healthy enough following his lung transplant June 30.
Brownsburg resident first to receive 'breathing lung' transplant
Thanks to Indiana University Methodist Hospital and an innovative technique known as the ‘breathing lung’ transplant, Damon Bradtmueller of Brownsburg now has a new set of lungs. According to information from IU Health Methodist, the TransMedics Orga
Festival of the Arts returns to Brownsburg
BROWNSBURG — Artists from around the Midwest came to the 36th annual Brownsburg Festival of the Arts last weekend.The Brownsburg Chamber of Commerce hosted the event. Coordinator Melanie Myers says the festival was started by a couple from Brownsburg
Bike rodeo sends two exhibitors to state fair
DANVILLE—The 4-H bicycle rodeo took place Wednesday morning at the Hendricks County 4-H Fair.Four 4-H member participants; one senior exhibitor and three junior exhibitors, took their bike skills to the test in multiple obstacle courses around the 4-
Racing to recovery
BROWNSBURG — The ninth annual Bret Neylon Race to Recovery was held Saturday in an effort to support local people learning to live with paralysis.This year’s race benefited Brock Lyons, 29, of Brownsburg, who was paralyzed in a dirt bike accident in
Five-year member named Supreme Showman
DANVILE — Fifth year 4-H member Alida Jackson is the 2014 Hendricks County 4-H Supreme Showman.The Supreme Showmanship started in 1988 in honor of Scott Cooper, a former 10-year 4-H member who passed away. Fair board president Jim Broyles says this i
HCT brings the laughs in new comedy
DANVILLE — “Check Please!” will be performed on the Hendricks Civic Theatre stage Aug. 1-3 and Aug. 8-10. Shows are 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2:30 p.m. Sundays.The show is a series of short vignettes of blind dates gone terribly wrong.Direc
Critics push specious privacy pitch
Privacy is on the public mind a lot these days, which would be a good thing if the focus weren’t so pitifully narrow.In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision allowing closely held companies like Hobby Lobby to decline to cover certain types of con
Lawson reaches settlement on investment fraud case
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson reached an $80,000 settlement with Norman Forest Germany and E.B. Germany & Sons, LLC for selling unregistered oil rights to two Indianapolis residents. Germany admits to violating the Indiana Uniform Securiti
- Brownsburg resident first to receive 'breathing lung' transplant
Brownsburg Little Leaguers advance
With a victory and some help on Monday, Brownsburg advanced to Tuesday’s quarterfinal round of the District 8 Little League tournament at the Al and Jan Barker Sports Complex.
Miller signs with Diamondbacks
It would be difficult to conceive a better six-week stretch for former Avon standout Jared Miller.
Plainfield set to host Little League tourney
Plainfield will be Indiana’s youth baseball Mecca through next Wednesday, as it hosts 14 teams with dreams of reaching Williamsport, Pa. for the Little League World Series.
County quartet headed to all-star game
Three Hendricks County athletes and one manager will close out their high school careers at Friday’s Grange Insurance Indiana North-South All-Star Classic at North Central High School.
South sweeps North All-Stars
Brownsburg’s Tyler Houston and Avon’s Khristian Reynolds and Chandler Sanburn represented Hendricks County baseball teams in this year’s North/South All-Star game.
- Brownsburg Little Leaguers advance