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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
Lola Jean Nixon

She grew up in Oakland City, where she met her husband, Cecil C. Nixon; they married in 1951. They were married for 50 years before his passing on Jan. 24, 2001.

Police, Fire a " March 28

600 block of E. Jefferson Street: A woman reported at 6:03 p.m. Friday that someone kicked in her door and stole $250 in cash. 500 block of Young Street: A man reported at 9:55 a.m. Saturday that multiple tools were stolen from the residence.

Safer travels

When downtown Greenwood visitors want to get to shops and restaurants, doing so will be as simple as a short walk or bike ride. Part of the overall downtown plan calls for removing the middle turn on Madison Avenue and adding a dedicated lane for pedestrians and bicyclists.

School News a " March 27

A Roncalli High School student has won a national medal.The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers announced that Roncalli High School senior Cassidy Mattingly has earned a National Medal in the 2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in the Visual Arts category with her entry: "Silver Cascade." She will accept her award at the national ceremony at Carnegie Hall this summer.

IMPD pursues, catches driver of SUV in Fountain Square

INDIANAPOLIS - Metro Police arrested the driver of an SUV reported stolen after a pursuit ended in a crash on the east side Sunday night.

Cassie Marie Lamoreaux

She married Claude Richard Lamoreaux on July 11, 1948, in Montrose, Pennsylvania. He preceded her in death on Dec. 13, 2011.

Arbor Homes lawsuit settled

A lawsuit filed by a homebuilder against Greenwood has been settled with the city agreeing to not require the developer to follow many of the new home construction standards in two neighborhoods. Arbor Homes, a central Indiana homebuilder, along with the Builders Association of Greater Indianapolis and the Indiana Builders Association, filed a lawsuit in 2016, saying stricter home construction rules the city put in place in 2015 would drive up prices of homes, making them too expensive for buyers looking for affordable homes, eliminating some of the floor plans the developer had offered.

Police, Fire a " March 24

Kohls, 550 Fry Road: Police responded at 6:47 p.m. Wednesday to a report of shoplifting. A man was arrested and issues a summons to appear in court.

New investment protections?

A developer recently got a $310,000 incentive to bring in a big-box store and other shops and restaurants to a property east of Interstate 65 in Greenwood, but the money comes with a new catch. If property tax dollars paid by those new stores don't equal or surpass the incentive amount within five years, the developer will have to pay back the difference.

As two kids fight rare disorder, mom seeks to inform others about galactosemia

GREENWOOD, Ind. Snack time for toddler Brooklyn Tagua is anything but simple and it's not because the almost 2-year-old chooses to be a picky eater.

Residents question if tax break violates law

Greenwood officials and a developer say a tax break for the proposed Greenwood Iceplex is necessary, but some residents are questioning if the city is acting outside the boundaries of state law. Minor-league hockey team Indy Fuel owners Jim and Sean Hallett have proposed the Greenwood Iceplex with up to four ice rinks to be built on 6 acres at Freedom Park.

Sharon Ann Daugherty

Survivors include her children, Dawn R. Hunt of Martinsville, Dee A. Boner of Bargersville and David M. Daugherty of Greenwood; sister, Nancy J. Lawrence of Indianapolis; nine grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. A service will be at 2:30 p.m. today at New Life Wesleyan Church in Mooresville.

Police, Fire a " March 22

Bloom Florist, 355 U.S. 31 North: Police responded at 12:25 p.m. Monday to a report of fraud. Intown Suites, 887 E. Main St.: Police responded at 9:20 a.m. Monday to a reported of an attempted break-in of a vehicle.

Iceplex receiving frosty reception by some in Greenwood

There's a new development fight in Greenwood over the multi-million dollar Iceplex proposed by a group led by the Indy Fuel hockey team. The recreational hockey and skating facility is getting a frosty reception from neighbors who live near where it would be built.

Drum Enchanted Evening Concert At Vincennes University March 30

March 27 will be "Drum Enchanted Evening" as the Vincennes University Department of Music presents a concert featuring the VU Percussion Ensemble and guest performers from Indiana State University, Sean Cook and Zakk Huff. The show will begin at 7:30 p.m. at VU's Red Skelton Performing Arts Center.

Parents arrested after using heroin

Two parents were arrested after police said a Greenwood mother overdosed on heroin and had to be revived by medics while her daughter was sitting nearby in a highchair. Hanna Richards, 19, of Greenwood, and Brandon Deblaso, 20, of Lafayette, were arrested on charges of neglect of a dependent, possession of a controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia.

Police, Fire a " March 21

Kroger, 970 U.S. 31 North: A loss prevention officer reported at 6:49 p.m. Friday that a man attempted to steal nearly $200 in electronic devices. He was arrested.

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