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February 6, 2013

Local Briefs: Feb. 7

Changes made in Senior Café program

YORKTOWN — This Friday will be the last serving day for Central School Community Café at the Central School Apartments in Anderson.

Senior Cafes will continue to operate as usual at the following sites: Delaware County Senior Citizens Center and Gillespie Towers in Muncie; Marion-Grant Senior Center in Marion; New Castle Community Center in New Castle; Southdale Tower, Longfellow Senior Apartments and Geater Community Center, all in Anderson; Pendleton Public Library Community Room in Pendleton, and Indiana University Blackford County Hospital in Hartford City.

For service times or reservations, call LifeStream at 759-1121 or (800) 589-1121.

Indy hospitals lifting flu visit restrictions

INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis’ hospitals are lifting restrictions they imposed last month on hospital visitors during Indiana’s recent surge in flu cases.

The Marion County Health Department says the restrictions limiting who can visit patients will end Friday and be replaced by regular hospital visitation policies.

Bill limiting specialty auto plates advances

INDIANAPOLIS — Groups with specialty license plates would face new sales and reporting requirements under a proposal endorsed by an Indiana legislative committee.

The House Transportation Committee voted 12-0 Wednesday to advance the bill to the full House. The bill would create an eight-member bipartisan panel to review requests from nonprofit groups and universities for specialty plates.

 

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