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Candidates for three at-large seats on the Ingalls Town Council hope Monday’s vote by the town’s Board of Zoning Appeals to deny a special use request for the proposed Newco Metals Inc. Element 13 project provides closure on an issue that has galvanized residents in opposition to it.

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The city’s progress in becoming a more welcoming place for entrepreneurs to dream and do business crosses racial lines, speakers and award winners said at the Anderson Madison County Black Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Gala.

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The controversial proposed Newco Metals Inc. Element 13 project was denied by a unanimous decision Monday by the Ingalls Board of Zoning Appeals.

The proposal being considered for Anderson's Athletic Park includes a splash pad with waterpark-type features and improvements to the entire site including additional walking trails and playground equipment.

A trial date of May 11 has been set for the first of five defendants in connection with the deaths of two Anderson residents in 2018.

In 2012, Adam Truman moved to Pendleton with the idea that he and his wife would raise their children there, helping them learn to ride bicycles on its tree-lined streets and sending them to its acclaimed schools. But recently, something he believes is more sinister has clouded his idyllic perception of the town and led him to fear for his family and their safety.

Though they have no legal authority to influence the outcome of the decision to allow Newco Metals Inc. to install a new remelter, the Pendleton Town Council and the Plan Commission each have sent letters in opposition to the company’s request to the Ingalls Board of Zoning Appeals.

Emergency personnel were dispatched to a call for a person having trouble breathing, but when they arrived they discovered the reason the person was having trouble breathing was because the home was on fire.

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