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GET READY TO SHIFT! Northbound Meridian Street to 106th Street closing for one week

GET READY TO SHIFT! Northbound Meridian Street to 106th Street closing for one week

Meridian Street traffic shifts near 96th Street on June 20 Beginning around 6 a.m. on Saturday, June 18, construction crews plan to close the northbound Meridian Street access to 106th Street.  This closure is planned to last approximately one week as crews complete pavement work. Eastbound and westbound I-465 access to northbound U.S. 31 and 106th […]

Mopar Unleashes Limited-edition Mopar ’16 Ram Rebel

Mopar Unleashes Limited-edition Mopar ’16 Ram Rebel

June 16, 2016 , Auburn Hills, Mich. – The Ram Truck and Mopar brands announced today the introduction of the Mopar ’16 Ram Rebel, the most recent limited-edition vehicle created using a unique selection of performance parts and accessories from the service, parts and customer-care brand of FCA US LLC. The Mopar ’16 Ram Rebel will […]

Six Spots Remain In Chase After Logano Becomes 10th Different Winner In 2016

Six Spots Remain In Chase After Logano Becomes 10th Different Winner In 2016

Only sixth berths in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup remain with 11 races left until the playoffs. Thirteen of the currently winless drivers have captured checkered flags on at least one of the 10 tracks leading up to the playoff opener at Chicagoland Speedway: Dale Earnhardt Jr., Tony Stewart, Trevor Bayne, Ryan Newman, […]

UPDATE: Interstate 70 construction for Wayne County

UPDATE: Interstate 70 construction for Wayne County

Milestone Contractors currently has two active Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) construction projects on I-70 in Wayne County.  Drivers will see recurring weeknight and weekend lane closures and should consider alternate routes, such as U.S. 40, during working hours to avoid construction, backups and delays. During weekends, some interstate construction zones may appear as if […]

Consumer Reports Investigates What Causes Pain, What Treats It, What Doesn’t—and How to Prevent It

Consumer Reports Investigates What Causes Pain, What Treats It, What Doesn’t—and How to Prevent It

Also, CR looks at the prescription painkiller epidemic, efforts to curb overuse of opioids, and surprising truths about medical marijuana. YONKERS, NY—Persistent and chronic pain can be a frustrating, debilitating and expensive problem. According to the June issue of Consumer Reports, 125 million Americans in pain spend about $300 billion on treatments and care every […]

Consumer Reports Finds That Nearly Half Of Sunscreens Tested Did Not Meet Their SPF Claims

Consumer Reports Finds That Nearly Half Of Sunscreens Tested Did Not Meet Their SPF Claims

Nearly three-quarters of ‘natural’ sunscreens fell short of the SPF on their labels; Two “natural” sunscreens for kids claiming to be SPF 50 tested as SPF 8 YONKERS, NY – While Consumer Reports urges consumers to use sunscreen, the organization’s latest tests show that you may not be as protected as you think—and it’s important to […]

Chip seal schedule update: Project starts next week on State Road 13

Chip seal schedule update: Project starts next week on State Road 13

Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) maintenance crews from the Tipton Subdistrict plan to chip seal a section of State Road 13 beginning Monday, June 13 — weather permitting. During chip seal operations, the road will be closed to through traffic between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. when work is taking place.  Access will be maintained to […]

Fishers Police Identify Armed Robbery Suspect

Fishers Police Identify Armed Robbery Suspect

Fishers, (Indiana) – Fishers Police Detectives have identified a suspect responsible for the armed robbery of the Subway Restaurant on Wednesday, June 8th . Shortly after 9pm, on Wednesday, officers responded to the Subway Restaurant, located 9661 Olio Road (96th Street and Olio Road) , after an employee reported an armed robbery. Officers established a […]

WIC Participants Encouraged to Use Farmers Markets Vouchers

WIC Participants Encouraged to Use Farmers Markets Vouchers

INDIANAPOLIS—It’s that time of year, again. The weather is warmer and farmers markets are open. State health officials are reminding Women, Infants and Children (WIC) participants that they can purchase food at the local farmers markets. “Starting in 1992, the Farmers Market Nutrition Program has helped women and children have access to fresh fruits and […]

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