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Contract awarded for Jackson Street work
Work on improvements to Jackson Street is expected to start within the next three weeks after the Anderson Board of Public Works approved a $1.1 million contract.
- Family Dollar to close 53rd Street site Family Dollar Stores has confirmed it is closing nine stores in Indiana, including one “underperforming” location here.
- Environmental group working on alternative plan The Hoosier Environmental Council is calling for an alternative plan for the stretch of White River from Yorktown to Anderson in opposition to the proposed Mounds Lake Reservoir project.
Residents unhappy with overgrown course
As an appeal involving the former Yule Golf Course property and the zoning of the property drags on through the courts, more Alexandria citizens are getting tired of seeing weeds where they once saw well-maintained fairways.
Change in state law complicates efforts to save Anderson's iconic Wigwam gym
A change in state law that took effect Tuesday has pushed the transfer date of the Wigwam complex to a group of private investors back a few days.
- Business Briefs: July 6 A compilation of business news as published in the Sunday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Funeral director to retire after 50 years Anderson funeral director Wilkins to retire after 50 years
- Eckstein's House of Trophies celebrates 50 years in Anderson Walking into Eckstein’s House of Awards, it is hard to imagine what used to be a one room store with painted concrete floors covered by a throw rug and a poorly dyed sheet hanging from a rope serving as a room divider.
Rob Loose: What will you do with the ashes?
Whether for personal or environmental reasons, an increasing number of families are choosing cremation.
Anderson summer car show a treat
More than a hundred show cars gleamed in the hot summer as classic music played in the background. The number of car entries in the sixth annual Good’s Candy Shop Car Show & Live Music doubled this year from last year’s show, according to Randy Good. The event, called Goodstock, was Saturday at Good’s Candy Shop.
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