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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
KYB launches 'Win with KYB' sweepstakes

GREENWOOD, Ind. - KYB Corp. kicked off its "Win With KYB" sweepstakes for automotive service shop owners, which includes a chance to win a "Max Truck."

Schools see enrollment increase

An unexpected increase of students in Franklin schools has led to longer bus rides, larger classes and the need to hire more teachers. When Franklin school officials made projections for the number of students they expected this fall, a demographer said they shouldn't expect more than a dozen new students.

Police, Fire a " August 17

Pamela Young, 59, Franklin. Young reported an elbow/lower arm abrasion. Von Maur, 1251 U.S. 31 North: Police responded at 7:23 p.m. Tuesday to a report of shoplifting.

County considers buying new voting machines

The county is considering replacing its 15-year-old voting machines with a new version, which would record votes both electronically and on paper, a move many states are making. The issue now is the cost, with the county needing to spend an estimated nearly $1.1 million on new voting machines.

Schools to start late for eclipse

Classes at Franklin schools will begin and end an hour late Monday to give students time to safely watch the solar eclipse. With the first solar eclipse coming to the continental U.S. since 1979, Franklin school officials have spent the past several weeks debating how to handle the situation.

Bid OK'd for Mrs. Curl property

After spending $185,000 in tax dollars to buy and demolish two homes near downtown Greenwood, a city board is considering selling the land for one-fifth of that amount. The mayor and some members of a city board say the lower price is acceptable because helping a local business expand at the intersection of Main and Meridian streets will lead to more economic development in downtown Greenwood.

Re-thinking the raids; Indiana excise police backtracking position on CBD oil

INDIANAPOLIS - For the first time in two months, CBD oil is back on shelves at Fresh Thyme grocery stores in Indiana due to an apparent change of heart by Indiana State Excise Police. In June, state excise agents raided the Fresh Thyme market near Greenwood, confiscating thousands of dollars of CBD oil products.

Police, Fire a " August 14

East State Road 44 East and County Road 600E, Franklin: Anthony Lain, 21, Shelbyville; Jennifer Colwell, 58, Franklin, reported neck pain; Nancy Streverwald, 68, Greenwood, reported neck injury. James Jeremy Napier, 26, 2305 N. Carrollton, Indianapolis; arrested on a charge of violation of community corrections; held without bond.

Tax break for Greenwood distillery rescinded

A craft distillery planned as a destination spot in Greenwood is on hold because the owner has not been able to get the proper alcohol permit. For now, city board has taken back a financial incentive for the proposed distillery but is willing to make the offer again should the distillery receive the state license it needs.

Upcoming eclipse events

The Johnson County Public Library White River branch, 1664 Library Blvd., Greenwood, will present "50 Shades of Dark: Preparing for the Solar Eclipse," from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. John Shepherd, chief science officer at Link Observatory Space Science Institute, will provide information for the upcoming eclipse, as well as provide safety glasses so people can look at the eclipse safely, while supplies last.

Local roundup a " August 12

Maecee Terhune was the individual medalist with a 40 for Greenwood, while Laila Stein finished at 47 and Maeci West shot a 49. Whiteland was handed a 176-201 road defeat by Martinsville on Thursday.

City plans revamp of park: Addition of trail, other features to cost millions

A Greenwood park will have a new trail, amphitheater and more places for visitors to park as part of the city's downtown redevelopment efforts. Now, the Greenwood Redevelopment Commission is considering spending $447,000 to create plans for the redevelopment of the park, which is expected to cost between $4.5 million and $5.5 million.

Demand high for special eyewear ahead of celestial show

This season's hottest and hardest-to-find accessory is a pair of cardboard eyewear making it possible to look directly at the sun. Eclipse glasses, made with lenses that shield the wearer's eyes from being blinded by the sun, are in high demand with the upcoming Great American Eclipse on Aug. 21. Local retailers, such as Lowe's and Walmart, had been offering the glasses, but their displays were completely sold out.

School of rock: Greenwood choir to perform with Foreigner

Foreigner's music has attracted generations of fans. Even casual listeners can sing along to the words of "Juke Box Hero," "Hot Blooded" and "Feels Like the First Time."

Greenwood choir to sing backup with 'Foreigner'

GREENWOOD, Ind. What started off as a simple radio contest turned into the chance of a lifetime for students at Greenwood High School.

Police, Fire a " August 11

Kohls, 415 Mallory Parkway: A loss prevention officer reported at 6:59 p.m. Wednesday that a woman attempted to steal underwear and socks. The woman was issued a summons to appear in court.

Police find car believed to be involved in Greenwood hit-and-run

Investigators say they might have found the car involved in a Johnson County hit and run that left a woman seriously injured. The family of Linda Gaither says she's lucky to be alive after suffering broken ribs, fractured vertebrae that required surgery, fractured fibula, internal bleeding and many bruises, cuts, and scrapes.

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