On the Web – Week of 9/11

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Anderson man scores winning lotto ticket in Fishers

Anderson resident Edward Quallo purchased a Wild Cherry Crossword Tripler scratch off in Fishers on Aug. 24. The lucky player walked away with a $50,000 prize.

Indianapolis man arrested for theft, other charges in Fishers

An Indianapolis man was arrested for attempting to siphon gas from a parked near 96th Street and North by Northeast Boulevard, among other charges. Before the arrest, officers were tipped off about a “suspicious person” driving a white Ford van in the same area, according to a press release from FPD. An FPD officer saw a similar van traveling south on I-69. When the officer turned on his emergency lights, the van did not pull over and continued to I-465, where it stopped at the 56th Street exit ramp. The driver, Robert Dunlap, refused to exit the vehicle. He was charged with theft, resisting law enforcement and driving while suspended with a prior conviction.

Town of Fishers halts water conservation order

The Town of Fishers removed the Water Conservation Order on Saturday, while asking residents to continue curtailing their usage voluntarily. For more on voluntary watering limitation and the lifting of the ban, head to fishers.in.us.

Fishers residents enroll in the University of Evansville

Fishers residents and Amanda Banitt and Alex Welker enrolled in the University Evansville, majoring in Pre Physical Therapy and Spanish, respectively. The two students are joining a freshman class at Evansville that has a class average of 1176 on the SAT’s critical reading and math portions, according to a press release. The freshman class has members from 31 states across the nation, as well as 17 countries.

Fishers Arts Council to hold annual Art in the Park

The Fishers Arts Council is holding its Annual Art in the Park event at the town center Sept. 15 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.  Art in the Park is being held with the Farmer’s Market, and there’s no cost for admission. More than 40 artists are set to participate, and a children’s area with hands-on projects is a feature.

Thieves nabbing window well covers

According to a press release from FPD, it appears thieves are stealing metal basement window well covers on the exteriors of homes, possibly for scrapping. This has been reported in the Tanglewood neighborhood.

Fishers judge recognized by town council

Fishers Judge Dan Henke was recognized for his work with the Parks Advisory Committee at the Sept. 4 Fishers Town Council meeting. Fishers Town Council President Scott Faultless said Henke had an impact at several of the parks throughout town.

 


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