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  • Local students earn coveted full-ride Lilly scholarship

    GREENFIELD – For Jenna Parsons, marching band was a home away from home. The fellow musicians, the hard work, the directors — all of that became a place where Parsons found acceptance and excelled, serving as drum major for two years. And now, thanks to a full-ri...

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  • Injured baby’s teen parents, grandparents appear in court

    GREENFIELD — Four caregivers of an infant boy who was put on life support last month appeared in court Tuesday to plead not guilty to the neglect charges they face. The baby’s adult grandparents and teen parents — who lived with the child at a home in the 7...

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  • 80-year-old accused of groping women in nursing home

    GREENFIELD — An 80-year-old Greenfield man who admitted to battering three young girl has been kicked out of the assisted living facility where he’d been sent to serve his sentence amid allegations he inappropriately touched female residents there, record show. R...

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  • Landing Place aims to make teens’ holiday brighter

    GREENFIELD — The Landing Place is reaching out to the community ahead of its annual Christmas party for the teens who spend time within its walls. In addition to providing an opportunity to worship along with a recovery program for the troubles teens face, for a second...

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  • Fast food restaurant to host fundraiser

    GREENFIELD — Special Olympics of Hancock County will receive 15 percent of sales from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Greenfield Arby’s. To dine out and help the Hancock County Athletes for Life, the local Special Olympics team, visit Arby’s No. 1079 at 1705 N....

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  • Local bell-ringer group seeks volunteers

    HANCOCK COUNTY – The Salvation Army of Hancock County seeks additional volunteers to ring the bell outside local grocery stores as Christmas approaches. In the past three weeks, the local branch of the evangelical Christian organization has raised nearly half of its $4...

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  • Correction – December 13

    A story in the Dec. 8 edition, “Charity drive falls by wayside,” A1, contained unclear information. Carl Denny remains in his position as founder and leader of 40,000 Pounds of Giving, and food drive events continued this year in Shelby and Marion counties. The D...

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  • Fundraiser light display set

    GREENFIELD – Greenfield resident Terry Turner will once again light his home up Saturday to collect money for needy kids. Turner strings thousands of Christmas lights around his house at 1112 E. McClarnon Drive, creating a light show set to music. For one weekend in De...

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  • Robotics Club members prep for competitions

    NEW PALESTINE — Getting a robot to stack cones sounds like fun, but the task is easier said than done. Members of the New Palestine High School Robotics Club must come up with a way to perform the operation using a device as they compete in VEX Robotics tournaments acr...

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  • Dozens of children shop with officers

    GREENFIELD — Five-year-old Joshua Yates ran up to Jeff Rasche and tapped his little finger on the Greenfield police chief’s knee. “Hey! Are you a policeman?” Joshua shouted up at Rasche, taking in his uniform. “Are you?” Rasche crouched do...

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