The city last year approved spending $30,000 to cut down most of its ash trees to protect against the emerald ash borer that has struck more than two-thirds of Indiana’s counties.
Police were called to the couple’s home in Greenfield Thursday after receiving a report of an unconscious child.
The plan calls for tuition to increase by $201 during the upcoming school year to $6,898, and then by $207 the following year to $7,105.
Sara Gonso Tait has been appointed the executive director of the Ind. Gaming Commission and Tim Berry will serve as director of the Department of Financial Institutions.
St. Mary of the Woods alumnae disagree with the change, which was prompted at least partly by financial reasons, school officials have said.
Twenty-four other students were examined and released to either parents or to other buses for transportation.
She said civic leaders, “thought leaders” and others will be enlisted over the summer and given the job of trying to envision the state’s future.
Police announced around 3:50 p.m. Friday that the search had been suspended after a five mile radius had been combed through.
Before every pitch, Michael Gil steps out of the batter’s box and makes the sign of the cross.
The Consumer Advocacy Project started in October and has already helped more than 50 people with things including debt.
The project depends on St. Joseph County approval of a change in zoning from single-family to planned unit development.
State and city leaders in Indianapolis are trying to make sure organizers of the city’s yearly Pride Festival feel welcome.