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Located South of Indianapolis Greenwood is best known for its Greenwood Park Mall. The Mall encompasses 87 acres and was originally constructed in 1966. Without including store space the mall itself in 1,000,000 square feet. The largest retailer in the facility is a recently opened Barnes and Noble. Greenwood is only seventeen miles from the Indianapolis International Airport.

Population: 36037
Local Newspapers: The Greenwood Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) & Pacers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Indiana Wesleyan University

Zip Codes associated with greenwood, indiana: 46142 46143 46227
Towns/Cities near greenwood, indiana : Whiteland Fairland Shelbyville Franklin Homecroft Bargersville

Greenwood News
Police, Fire a " February 25

100 block of Highland Avenue: A woman reported at 3:35 p.m. Thursday that someone threw egg at her house. 1000 block of Hurricane Street: A woman reported at 11:02 p.m. Thursday that someone entered his car and stole clothing, a radio and jewelry.

Toddler dies after mother accidentally runs over her in Greenwood driveway

A one-year-old girl died Thursday night after her mother accidentally backed over her in the family's driveway. According to witnesses, Ella-Lee Hammons, who would have turned two next month, was playing with other children in the front yard on Walker Street just before 5:30 p.m. when her mother, Ashley Daudy, went to move an SUV to clear a path for a workman to leave the house.

1-year-old Greenwood girl dies after mother accidentally runs her over

A Greenwood toddler died after she was accidentally run over by her mother backing out of the driveway Thursday evening.

Police, Fire a " February 24

First block of West Street: A man reported at 7:10 a.m. Thursday that someone entered his house and stole a television, collector cards, a CD, a gun and a video game system and games. 400 block of N. Main Street: A woman reported at 8:52 p.m. Wednesday that someone entered her vehicle and stole about $15 in change.

Homeschooled robotics team ready to defend their title at Tech...

Homeschooled robotics team ready to defend their title at Tech Challenge Championship WRTV Indianapolis GREENWOOD, Ind. - A group of homeschooled students from Greenwood will defend their title this weekend in the Tech Challenge Championship at Crawfordsville High School.

Deborah Daniel, left. James Beatty, right.

Two people in custody will face additional charges after authorities say they attempted to bring drugs into jail with them. Deborah Daniel, 49, faces preliminary misdemeanor charges that include driving while suspended, possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia, as well as a felony charge of possession of methamphetamine.

Future vision: City redevelopment commission adds more projects

When future visitors arrive in Greenwood, city officials want them to be greeted by a revitalized downtown with sidewalks and trails for pedestrians and bicyclists, more places to eat, shop and live, new and redesigned streets and additional places to park. That's the vision Greenwood Mayor Mark Myers has for the downtown area, and a city board has taken the first steps to make more than $35 million in projects eligible to receive tax dollars.

Statehouse 2017: Where legislation stands

More than a month into this year's legislative session, here is a look at where some key pieces of legislation stand: A proposal by State Rep. Woody Burton, a Republican who represents parts of Johnson County, would allow a city or town to approve an up to 1 percent food and beverage tax to pay for local expenses. Greenwood officials have been asking for a local food and beverage tax, with the money going to local expenses, such as the police department.

Police, Fire a " February 22

Community Hospital South, 1402 E. County Line Road, Indianapolis: Police responded at 9:05 p.m. Friday to a report of battery with injury. A woman reported facial injuries.

Emkes announces retirement

Johnson County's longest-serving judge has decided to resign from her post in Superior Court 2, where she has overseen hundreds of trials and issued sentences on crimes ranging from drunk driving to death penalty cases. Superior Court 2 Judge Cynthia Emkes will resign effective April 28, with nearly four years left in her term.

Third business gets grant for downtown upgrades

A third business owner has asked a city board for tax dollars to revitalize his downtown Greenwood building, with a new door, windows and landscaping. Dr. Jeremy Roscoe has already renovated the inside of a building off Madison Avenue to open Clown Pediatrics, where he, another physician and three nurse practitioners will see patients.

Police, Fire a " February 20

Christopher Carson Milner, 34, 1199 Hospital Road Lot 36, Franklin; arrested on a charge of failing to stop after an accident; held on $250 bond. Joseph Matthew Eakle, 25, 1199 Hospital Road, Lot 267, Franklin; arrested on charges of contempt of court and probation revocation; held on $1,500 bond.

Greenwood man killed in accident

Nathaniel L. Kuniej, 24, died after his vehicle went off the road on Saddle Club Drive, north of Smokey Row Road. The accident happened at 8:30 p.m. Friday.

Shops coming to Main Street, Graham Road intersection

A big box retailer and up to five additional restaurants or shops are planned along Main Street on the east side of Interstate 65 in Greenwood. ETB Precedent Partners, a group of three businessmen, plans to develop 19 acres of land on the southeast corner of Main Street and Graham Road and is requesting funding from the Greenwood Redevelopment Commission to make improvements to the property.

Mary Jena Woessner

Jena was born Sunday, July 19, 1931, in Franklin to Ralph Gordon Steinbarger and Twanetta Irene Weddle Steinbarger. On Dec. 31, 1954, she married the love of her life, William Woessner who preceded her in death in 2015.

When trouble strikes: County looking to get mass notification system

By this summer, if severe weather is coming or a child goes missing, an alert could be targeted specifically to cellphones and land line phones in Johnson County. And if certain areas are at risk of flooding or a police situation prompts lockdowns, then phones in just those areas would be sent alerts.

Greenwood rethinking tax breaks

Until a new business is picked and planning to move in, the number of new jobs, line of work and average pay Greenwood is getting from tax breaks of more than $5 million already committed won't be known. By then, the developers of four new speculative buildings will likely already be getting a cut in their property taxes, approved by the city.

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