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Aiming for downtown revitalization
Claudette Bettencourt says it's time for a change in downtown Anderson. She says merchants in downtown Anderson need to unite to support one another and help revive the heart of the city.
- Learn to drive a truck — for free Samantha Hurley says driving a semi-truck for a living is not for everyone. But if you are looking to start a career in the trucking industry, she can help you get the training — for free.
- Business Profile: Company outfits vehicles with fun accessories Vance Maxwell has always had a passion for cars, and that devotion has translated into a business chain.
- Miller's Merry Manor raises $25,000 through golf classic Recently, staff members from Miller’s Merry Manor of Chesterfield and Middletown presented a check for $25,000 for the IU Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center.
- Rob Loose: Need for funeral planning never takes a vacation Whether you’re on a cross-country escapade or thawing out in Florida for the winter, what do you do if your loved one passes away? It depends on what you want.
- 'Big Joe' Clark: Curves ahead in national economic road Over the past several years, the actions of the Federal Reserve have dominated the financial landscape. Arguably, the Fed’s actions have also played a significant behind-the-scenes role in economic improvement.
- Realtors accepting donations April 12 The Anderson Madison County Association of Realtors Community Service Committee will be accepting and unloading donations of unwanted clean, usable clothing, shoes, accessories, household items, seasonal decorations, furniture, books, office supplies, sporting equipment, small appliances, etc. at two locations on Saturday, April 12, from 9 a.m. to noon to assist two local nonprofit organizations.
- Metzner's federal hearing delayed until Monday The sentencing hearing for Sally Metzner's federal charges was delayed until Monday after Metzner was unable to get out of the Madison County Jail in time.
- Lapel delays annexation again Due to a lack of signatures, the Lapel Town Council has decided to continue to wait on a first reading of its annexation ordinance.
- Bank issues warning about phone and text scams After receiving several calls about a phone scam intended to obtain debit card information, an Indiana-based bank is warning customers.
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