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New signs posted at the mall raise questions
Signs asking patrons to lower their hoodies have raised questions at Mounds Mall. The signs, posted at the entrances of the Mounds Mall in Anderson states, “For the safety and well-being of everyone, please lower your hoodie.”
- 'Big Joe' Clark: Are big changes coming for inherited IRAs? Relationships and finances can often be complex. However, things can get even more complicated when a spouse passes away.
- Offer could extend Wigwam deadline Discussions are continuing on an extension of the deadline to preserve the Wigwam complex through the end of June. A committee established by Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith has voted to support a proposal to preserve the historic complex by Wigwam Sports Entertainment.
- Plasma center planned near Lowe's The Anderson Plan Commission has approved a primary plat for a new planned commercial development along Scatterfield Road, just north of the Lowe’s store.
- Customizing carbs to individual metabolism Anderson native Robert Ferguson’s weight loss plan is receiving attention nationally and from celebrities for a unique reason: You never have to give up your favorite foods.
- Big Lots plans to relocate next to Hobby Lobby Within months of a new discount store specializing in closeout merchandise opened in River Ridge Plaza, a neighboring discount store has decided to move.
- South Madison towns disagree over benefits, pitfalls of annexation Town council members of neighboring municipalities wished each other good luck in their future plans to annex key parcels of land near the Hamilton County border.
City launches cable television channel in cooperation with Anderson schools
Television equipment once used in classes at The Ebbertt Education Center is serving as the foundation for the City of Anderson's new local cable channel.
- Phase-in of water rate hike approved Reluctantly the Anderson Board of Public Works adopted a resolution to phase-in a needed increase in the water rates over the next two years.
Anderson mayor traveling to Israel
Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith is traveling to Israel this week on a six-day economic development mission. Smith and Greg Winkler, director of the city’s Economic Development Department, are leaving on Thursday to meet with the management team at Keter Group and Taditel, both of which have a presence in Anderson.
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