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A Senate procedural vote expected this week to seek an end to the government shutdown will likely face attempts to amend President Trump's framework, U.S. Sen. Todd Young, R-Ind., said Tuesday.

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In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, nearly 100 members of the Hendricks County community met Monday evening at Brownsburg West Middle School to share experiences and a special dessert.

In the wake of the 2018 shooting deaths of 17 students and staff members at Parkland, Fla., Hoosier students held rallies and addressed school leaders in seeking stiffer protections to prevent similar attacks.

Veteran journalist Gene Policinski, who is president and chief operating officer of the Freedom Forum Institute in Washington, D.C., will speak at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Cardinal Hall of the Student Center at Ball State University.

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Investors with Indiana Liquor Group LLC expect the Indiana Alcohol & Tobacco Commission this week to grant final approval to their purchase of Save-On Liquor stores, said Nathan Feltman, secretary of the company.

This is part three of easing us into a healthier new year, as gently as possible. First, we covered the need to start exercising a little more, or at all. Then we covered the need to make an effort to reduce stress in your life. Next was the necessity of a good night’s sleep, and then we began to get into changes to day-to-day eating by talking about reducing or cutting out salt. You can look these past articles online if you missed them and links are also posted every week on the Maple City Market Facebook page. As always, be sure to consult your doctor about any health issues or lifestyle changes.

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A scheduling mix-up in November at Norwood Bowl with the Alexandria Toy Drive sent the Alexandria Community Center’s scrambling to find another fundraiser for its baby pantry.

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More than 100 people came together at Anderson First United Methodist Church Saturday to honor Johnny Wilson in a service that was as much a celebration of the man himself as what he meant to Anderson.

Matt White has encountered more than 40 half-siblings after investigators found that a fertility doctor used his own sperm to impregnate unsuspecting female patients.