Tuesday Jul 15
Lawsuit: Bosses covered for deputy
A McCordsville woman involved in a domestic dispute with a Hancock County sheriff's deputy last year has sued the officer's superiors, saying they failed to protect her from a man they knew was violent, court documents state.
Indiana Law Blog
Environment - 'Swampbuster battle enters sixth year: Conversion of...
IDEM recently issued a notice of violation to Larry Yeley, from McCordsville, that accuses him of clearing 15.8 acres of forested wetlands, including mechanical clearing of stumps, to convert the site to agriculture, in 2008.
The Star Press
Talking Pints: Guys explore Indiana made beer
Darrick: You're probably worried about your favorite beer columnists having to work too hard to bring you news about great Indiana raised craft beer, but fear not -- Dave and I have been training and conditioning our palates for the day when Indiana had so many craft breweries that we'd have to put in overtime just to cover them all.
Legal fees growing in town's sewer bid
In its ongoing battle to expand utility services and break ties with Fort Wayne City Utilities, Huntertown paid its attorney more than a quarter of a million dollars in the first five months of this year.
New craft beer maker Scarlet Lane feeling at home in McCordsville
Tap handles for serving two of Scarlet Lane's four beers. The Dorian stout includes coconut; the other two brews are an India pale ale and dry hop pale ale.