Greene County hopes to pass an ordinance which would clean up abandoned homes
Greenwood city council members say large vehicles parked in front of homes might reduce property values.
Bars, restaurants, hotel rooms and bowling alleys will no longer allow their customers to smoke inside starting June 1st.
The County hopes to fund future projects from revenue accrued from solar panels and other conservation efforts.
A proposed ordinance would require massage centers in Columbus to obtain a permit if they are not licensed with the state.
Restrictions still in place will require residents to obtain a permit from the city to raise chickens, while many neighborhoods prohibit the birds outright.
Kokomo city council members are revising an ordinance that could increase fines for dog owners.
INDOT is requiring cities to replace street signs with new, more reflective signs, so Bloomington is taking that opportunity to include speed limit changes.
The old Monroe Oil building is along a section of the B-Line trail set to open this year.
The Terre Haute City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to make all public places smoke free by July 2012. But it wasn’t without compromise.