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Victim identified as Carmel woman in fatal crash

Indiana State Police troopers are investigating a fatality crash that occurred this morning just after 10:00 a.m. on I-465 WB at the 32.6mm. (Near the Marion/Hamilton County line) Preliminary investigation and witnesses statements revealed that a...

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Forum will focus on rise in heroin use

By Mark Ambrogi Hamilton County Sheriff Mark Bowen said the county is not immune to rise in heroin use in Indiana. To raise awareness, there will be a free forum for families, students and...

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Carmel announces Youth Assistance Program

The Carmel Youth Assistance Program (CYAP) will focus on preventative services for at-risk youth referred to the program. Joining in the announcement about the creation of CYAP were Mayor Jim Brainard, Hamilton County Superior...

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Opinion: TV daze!

Back in the ’50s, I’d plop down in front of the TV and watch shows like “Gunsmoke,” “What’s My Line,” or “The Jack Benny Program.” Deciding what to watch was simple. I looked through...

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Column: No lolling about with grammar

Question: “Hi, Grammar Guy. I read your reports on the Southside Times, which covers the south side communities of Indianapolis. Ever since I found them, I make-a-point to check out your comments every week....

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Opinion: Teeth-chattering change

I don’t like change. Maybe it’s my sense of order and predilection towards the mundane, but varying from routine makes me anxious, particularly when I don’t initiate it. I also can’t stand going to...

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Opinion: In search of a problem

Were it not for the millions of dollars wasted and hundreds of people harmed by the debacle, one could be amused by the recent flap associated with the aborted legislative actions by the good...

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Opinion: When silence is not golden

Most of us probably forgot about the silence with which congressional investigators were greeted when they asked then Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton if she used a private e-mail account while in that...