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  • Driver error leads to chain reaction accident in Danville

    DANVILLE, Ind. — Police officials are calling the six-vehicle accident that occurred just after 6 a.m. Wednesday in Danville an unfortunate chain reaction that was a result of driver error. The incident along North State Road 39 and West CR 500 North started when one of the drivers was traveling southbound on SR 39 attempting to turn east on CR 500 North. A trailing vehicle swerved around the turning vehicle and into the path of a northbound driver who had […]

  • Driver error leads to two-car accident on city’s southeast side

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Driver error may be the cause of a late Monday morning rush hour accident on the city’s southeast side at State and Southeastern Avenue. The crash occurred just before 8 a.m. and involved a pickup truck and car. According to the preliminary police report, one of the vehicles may have run the light, crashing into the other vehicle and sending it into the side of a business on the north corner of State Avenue. Although both vehicles were […]

  • Some Indiana counties still dealing with road closures due to flooding

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –Record setting rains from Tuesday continue to hamper Hoosier drivers efforts in getting around in some central Indiana locations. It’s the second day in a row for flooding problems for people south of Indianapolis in Johnson, Morgan and Bartholomew counties, but even residents north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County are dealing with flooding problems in some areas, especially along State Road 19, just north of Conner Street, which remains closed due to high water. The Noblesville Highway Department […]

  • SR 252 Rehab Project to begin this April in Edinburgh

    EDINBURGH, Ind.—The Indiana Department of Transportation plans to patch and rehabilitate pavement on State Road 252 between U.S. Highway 31 and Interstate 65 at Edinburgh starting in late April.  Construction signs are scheduled to be put in place next week to warn drivers of the impending construction. The cost for the project is just a bit over $300,000 which will include pavement preservation that calls for partial and full-depth asphalt patches—including full-width lane patches which are hundreds of feet in […]

  • Jefferson Street construction project in Franklin nears halfway point

    FRANKLIN, Ind. — A three-year construction project on one of Franklin’s major streets is just about at the halfway point according to city officials. Franklin residents have been  dealing with detours and cone zones along Jefferson Street since August 2016 and will continue to do so until late 2019. Jefferson Street  is undergoing major renovation from Main Street, just about a quarter-mile east of U.S. 31, all the way over to Middleton Drive,  which is just east of Franklin College. […]

  • St. Patrick’s Day parties, parade, and concerts highlight a busy week for downtown Indianapolis

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Hoosiers traveling through downtown Indianapolis later this week should see a lot of green being worn and displayed on Friday as the traditional St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place in downtown Indianapolis. The parade will not be the only thing featured this week in the city, as the greening of the Canal will also take place on Thursday and several St. Paddy’s Day fun runs and walks will also take place this weekend. As a result […]

  • Mozel Sanders Foundation continues Thanksgiving Day tradition by feeding the needy

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. –One of Indianapolis’s longest Thanksgiving Day traditions continued Thursday with the Mozel Sanders Thanksgiving  Day dinner, an event held to help feed the needy in central Indiana. The event, which was started almost 47 years ago by Mozel Sanders, enlists almost 2,000 volunteers who help prepare and deliver holiday meals to almost 40,000 people. The Mozel Sanders Foundation started preparations for Thursday’s event with several fund-raising events held earlier in November. Each meal costs about $5 to prepare […]

  • 7th annual “Running South” event continues legacy of teacher and coach

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. —  The Perry Township Education Foundation is sponsoring the 7th Annual Coach Hathaway’s Running South event Saturday, September 30, to honor the legacy of long-time local teacher and coach, Tom Hathaway. Proceeds from the event will support innovative classroom projects in Perry Township Schools and the Coach Hathaway Scholarship Fund. The day kicks-off with a health fair open to all in the Southport High School gym. Registration and packet pick-up begin at 7:30 A.M. The run includes a 10K, […]

  • Weekend construction project to close part of North Split

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Drivers beware, a weekend construction project will close part of the North Split starting Friday night and will last till early Monday morning. INDOT officials have announced that ramp from westbound I-70 to southbound I-65 will close starting at 9 p.m. Friday and remain closed until 6 a.m. Monday. Drivers will still be able to get to southbound I-65 by using the Collector at the North Split and taking that down to the Washington Street interchange where […]

  • Vacant house fire may have been caused by squatter according to IFD

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.– A vacant house fire is under investigation by IFD after firefighters were  called to 25 North Addison Avenue just north of West Washington Street before 8:00 a.m. Friday morning. According to IFD officials, neighbors reported seeing smoke showing from the roof and called in the incident. Upon arrival, firefighters found the home vacant although there was indications that someone had been living at that residence. Two firefighters were treated for smoke and dehydration and one firefighter was transported to […]