Home » Entries posted by George (Page 3)

NASCAR Announces Start Times for 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series  

NASCAR Announces Start Times for 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series  

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Nov. 6, 2017) – Together with FOX, NBC, race teams and tracks, NASCAR today unveiled 2018 race start times and network coverage for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™, including the DAYTONA 500® on FOX and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship on NBC. As noted in the previously released schedule […]

Short-Term Energy Outlook

Short-Term Energy Outlook

U.S. regular gasoline retail prices averaged $2.51 per gallon (gal) in October, a decrease of 14 cents/gal from the average in September, which was the highest monthly average since July 2015. Global liquid fuels North Sea Brent crude oil spot prices averaged $58 per barrel (b) in October, an increase of $1/b from the average […]

Hoosier Middle Schools Can Apply Now for $20,000 Computer Science Grants

Hoosier Middle Schools Can Apply Now for $20,000 Computer Science Grants

More than a Million Dollars in Grants are Still Available Verizon and Project Lead The Way (PLTW) are teaming up to bring high-quality computer science education to middle schools across the state of Indiana. Schools that meet eligibility requirements can apply for one of a number of $20,000 grants which will go toward funding high-quality, […]

Colts-Verizon HopeLine Collection – Help Prevent Domestic Violence Sunday, Nov. 12

Colts-Verizon HopeLine Collection – Help Prevent Domestic Violence Sunday, Nov. 12

Colts fans and visitors to Lucas Oil Stadium are being asked to donate their no-longer-used cell phones and wireless accessories at the Sunday, Nov. 12 game for a special HopeLine collection to benefit Coburn Place Safe Haven. HopeLine from Verizon allows individuals donate no-longer-used wireless phones and accessories that directly benefit their local communities. Verizon […]

East Central Indiana Interstate Construction Update

East Central Indiana Interstate Construction Update

I-465 I-70 Exit 90 to I-465 (East Side) The I-70 West ramp to I-465 South will be closed for concrete bridge rail repairs starting Friday, Nov. 3 at 9 p.m. until Sunday, Nov. 5 at noon. Traffic will be detoured to Emerson Avenue Exit 87 to return eastbound and access I-465 South.   I-65 South […]

Winds from North Korea nuclear test site may send radiation toward Japan

Winds from North Korea nuclear test site may send radiation toward Japan

AccuWeather Global Headquarters – November 01, 2017 – AccuWeather reports following a deadly tunnel collapse at a North Korean nuclear test site, winds may strengthen from the northwest and direct radiation toward northern Japan, according to AccuWeather research. North Korean soldiers and their families are currently being treated for radiation exposure following a deadly tunnel collapse […]

Drivers Should Be Prepared for Possible Wintry Conditions Wednesday Morning

Drivers Should Be Prepared for Possible Wintry Conditions Wednesday Morning

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) plans to deploy about 60 drivers and yellow trucks across East Central Indiana early Wednesday morning to monitor conditions and treat state roads, U.S. highways and interstates with salt as needed. INDOT supervisors will continue to monitor developing weather forecasts and road conditions throughout the night and adjust plans as necessary. A […]

Indiana Chronic Pain Patient Can Now Take Dogs For a Walk After Using Medical Cannabis

Indiana Chronic Pain Patient Can Now Take Dogs For a Walk After Using Medical Cannabis

Republican lawmaker and representative Jim Lucas of Seymour, Indiana has announced his plans to begin the legalization of marijuana in the state, according to a recent IndyStar article. He said that the details are not completely solidified yet, but he has “every intention of introducing a bill that legalizes medical marijuana.” The legalization of medical […]

The City of Anderson Begins Replacing Aging Infrastructure

The City of Anderson Begins Replacing Aging Infrastructure

ANDERSON – IN – Mayor Thomas Broderick, Jr. and the City of Anderson will hold a groundbreaking for the new Lafayette Treatment Plant on Friday, November 3rd at 9:00 a.m. at 1331 West 300 North. In making the announcement, Mayor Broderick stated, “This will mark the beginning of renewal of an aging infrastructure that has […]

City of Anderson Fall Leaf Pick Up

City of Anderson Fall Leaf Pick Up

ANDERSON – IN – Bestway Disposal will be picking up leaves this fall season until December 15th. Pick up will be early morning the day after regular trash pick up. Materials eligible for collection are leaves, grass clippings, weeds, brushes and tree branches. All materials must be securely placed in biodegradable bags (no plastic), reusable […]

Widgetized Section

Go to Admin » appearance » Widgets » and move a widget into Advertise Widget Zone