Zionsville

Wal-Mart again attempting to build in Zionsville

September 20, 2012
Scott Olson
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has filed new plans to build a store along Michigan Road in Zionsville, six years after the town rebuffed its original proposal that drew the ire of local residents and merchants.
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FedEx Ground eyeing Zionsville for distribution center

August 30, 2012
 IBJ Staff
FedEx would bring a distribution complex to Zionsville under a tax increment financing deal hammered out with town redevelopment commission members on Wednesday.
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Zionsville voters approve tax bump for school system

May 8, 2012
 IBJ Staff
Zionsville voters passed a referendum Tuesday night that will hike local property taxes to provide additional school funding. Meanwhile, Johnson County taxpayers voted no Tuesday on a referendum to decide whether to help finance a $30 million library project.
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Zionsville voters face lone area school-funding referendum

May 7, 2012
Scott Olson
Zionsville's school district is asking taxpayers to address a $2.5 million budget shortfall. Meanwhile, in Johnson County, voters will consider whether to help finance a $30 million project that includes the construction of a 70,000-square-foot library.
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Zionsville might pass on full-day kindergarten fundsRestricted Content

April 28, 2012
J.K. Wall
Superintendent Scott Robison informally recommended in March that the school system take a pass on the new funding because it still does not fully cover the costs required to expand its kindergarten program from half days to full days.
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Tax caps zap schools in Zionsville; Lebanon district awash in cashRestricted Content

March 31, 2012
J.K. Wall
Changes made five years ago in state property-tax laws have strangled the school district in wealthy Zionsville, while schools in neighboring blue-collar Lebanon are in solid financial shape.
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Far-flung areas court Super Bowl spending

December 24, 2011
Anthony Schoettle
Downtown will be the focal point of Super Bowl XLVI, but communities from Zionsville to Columbus are aggressively pursuing some of the money visitors are expected to shower on the region.
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INSIDE DISH: Patrick's finds room at the Inn in 'X-mas miracle'

December 23, 2011
Mason King
Dish_Patricks_Watch_VideoBeth Dickerson and Patrick Mullen had one month to find a new home for their struggling restaurant and move. A lucky break at Brick Street Inn and dozens of patrons (straight out of "It's a Wonderful Life") helped make it happen.
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Investor boosts Just Marketing's pursuit of F1 businessRestricted Content

July 16, 2011
Anthony Schoettle
Motorsports marketing guru Zak Brown believes selling about a fourth of his business to a London-based company will help fuel his phenomenal growth in the sponsorship business of Europe's Formula One racing.
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Quail Run Apartments in Zionsville changes hands

June 29, 2011
Richmond, Va.-based McCann Realty Partners LLC bought the 166-unit complex with a $9.25 million loan. The sale marks the second time Quail Run has changed ownership in the past two years.
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Indianapolis Symphony ventures into ZionsvilleRestricted Content

May 28, 2011
 IBJ Staff
Horse farm owner Elizabeth Johnson extended an invitation to play, and local businesspeople and volunteers have been selling concert tickets.
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Zionsville residents disagree on commercial development

May 14, 2011
Francesca Jarosz
After property tax caps crimped local dollars in Zionsville and a school funding referendum failed, many residents have decided it’s time to attract more commercial development. But they are tangled in a hot dispute over how to achieve that goal.
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Miller Brooks fattens client roster

April 9, 2011
 IBJ Staff
The Zionsville marketing agency recently signed deals with Michigan-based Masco Cabinetry, North Carolina-based BASF, Indianapolis-based Beckman Coulter and California-based HD Supply.
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Growth in farmers' markets continues into winter months

February 19, 2011
Sean Morrison
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says there are about 900 winter farmers’ markets in operation—a 17-percent increase over the past two years. Two thrive locally, one downtown and one in Zionsville.
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Just Marketing International expands in Daytona, Charlotte

February 19, 2011
 IBJ Staff
The local motorsports marketing firm employs about 90 in its Zionsville office.
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Pearson Ford buys wholesale car-parts business

January 29, 2011
 IBJ Staff
Owner John Pearson recently purchased the parts business of Paul Harvey Ford, which is ceasing operations after more than 44 years.
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Zionsville galleries team up, commit to expand hours

December 11, 2010
 IBJ Staff
The joint marketing effort is, in part, an effort to counter Carmel's Art & Design District.
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Zionsville galleries watching Carmel arts district

October 16, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
Zionsville gallery owners are stepping up their collective marketing efforts as Carmel’s Arts and Design District has landed a new wave of artists and gallery owners over the past five months.
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Girl Scouts selling Zionsville tract, three others

August 10, 2010
Tom Harton
The decision by Girl Scouts to divest the camps follows a consolidation among Girl Scouts councils nationwide in 2007 that left the local council with a much bigger service area and more real estate.
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Ford dealer celebrates 50-year milestoneRestricted Content

August 7, 2010
Chris O'Malley
This month, Pearson Ford, 10650 N. Michigan Road, is celebrating a rare thing among car dealers: its 50th birthday.
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Entrepreneurial couples banking on demand for art

May 1, 2010
 IBJ Staff
One art-collecting couple has opened a fine-art gallery in Zionsville, while the founder of a contemporary craft show is planning a boutique in Irvington.
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Bluefish Wireless set to announce up to 150 new local jobs

January 27, 2010
Chris O'Malley
A Zionsville firm that manages employers' wireless devices plans expansion, new jobs. Clients include such Fortune 500 companies as Intel, Oracle, Ford Motor Co.
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DINING: New chain wedges in to Indy market

January 23, 2010
Lou Harry
Fox's Pizza Den is latest to set up shop here.
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DINING: Zionsville's Oobatz! earns its punctuation

October 31, 2009
Lou Harry
New restaurant serves up pizza, pasta and more.
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Study recommends upgrades for public transportation in counties surrounding IndianapolisRestricted Content

October 31, 2009
Chris O'Malley
IndyGo, for all its faults, is the Cadillac of transit systems in the Indianapolis region. Service breaks at county lines and the absence of passenger shelters are among the deficiencies facing transit systems in surrounding counties.
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