The added exemptions include bars, taverns, tobacco shops and fraternal clubs such as American Legion posts.
Anti-tobacco advocates worry cost-cutting move could seriously diminish state’s efforts to curb Hoosier tobacco use.
The Safe Routes to School program “aims to influence a new generation of healthy, sustainable travel
behavior,” says INDOT.
A Lawrence Township trustee is proposing to merge the township’s fire department with the Indianapolis Fire Department,
in an attempt to further reduce its operating deficit.
A survey found cigarette smoking rose slightly on a national basis for the first time in almost 15 years and that Indiana
had the second highest smoking rate among states.
Is it freedom-enhancing to defend a veteran’s “right” to commit slow-motion suicide and homicide?
The Westfield City Council passed a smoking ban 7-0 last night that will prohibit smoking in most public places, including
outdoor arenas, stadiums and amphitheaters.
Myers Protection sells and monitors a range of security equipment, such as alarm systems, surveillance cameras and medical
Crime is not random, according to public safety experts, and bank security strategies focus primarily on deterrence.
Marijuana legalization deserves a thoughtful debate, not ridicule from Morton Marcus.
I don’t begrudge those who legally obtain and carry guns, whether their intended use is hunting or self-protection, and I
question the media frenzy that erupted after New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress was arrested for carrying a weapon
without a New York license.
Some local developers were left scratching their heads last month when the federal government chose an out-of-state company
to develop an FBI field office in Castleton. The U.S. General Services Administration awarded the $38 million project to Lake
Winnebago Mo.-based BC Development Co.