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Southside construction update

September 29, 2022 SST

Compiled by Nicole Davis Greenwood’s Broadway Street is receiving a facelift. Crews recently completed updated curbs and will begin paving which the city states will provide smoother, safer infrastructure for residents. * I-69 Indianapolis: Work […]

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Dye’s Walk Country Club launches major improvements

September 29, 2022 SST

Dye’s Walk Country Club broke ground last month on the construction of a new Clubhouse Annex building designed to improve access, traffic flow and amenities offered to its members. The 4,600-square-foot, two-story annex will house […]

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Doubling down

September 15, 2022 SST

By Nicole Davis For the past six years, Dirk Cushing has biked an average of 600 miles in the month of September (previously June) for the Great Cycle Challenge, a fundraiser benefiting the Children’s Cancer […]

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Southside construction update

August 25, 2022 SST

Compiled by Nicole Davis Greenwood: Work began Aug. 22 on the Stones Crossing/Honey Creek Road roundabout and will continue through mid-October. Residents in the area will still have access to their homes throughout the duration […]

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From Basement to Brick and Mortar

August 4, 2022 SST

Bella Rose Design brings personalization and local support of women-owned businesses to Greenwood.  By Todd Travis Humble beginnings Five years ago, Sarah Nilsson began making different craft items in the spare bedroom of her basement. […]

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Southside history

June 30, 2022 SST

By Nancy Hammerstrom and Nicole Davis “History is who we are and why we are the way we are.”        – David McCullough, American historian In the 200 years since Indianapolis was founded […]

Community

Col. Oliver North to honor local heroes

June 23, 2022 SST

Grace Assembly of God in Greenwood welcomes Col. Oliver North on Sunday, June 26, at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. during the Sunday morning services, free and open to the public. North will also be […]

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A long run

June 9, 2022 SST

By Mark Ambrogi When the Indiana Pacers played in the NBA bubble in Orlando because of the COVID-19 pandemic during the summer of 2020, David Benner came to a realization. “I was home and watched […]