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  • Indiana House passes Sunday carryout sales
    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.–Sunday liquor sales are one step closer to becoming legal in the State of Indiana. On Tuesday, the Indiana House of Representatives voted on Senate Bill 1, which allows Sunday carryout sales. The following stores would be able to sell alcoholic beverages for carryout on Sunday from noon ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-02-20
  • Three businesses receive tax abatements
    COLUMBUS, Ind.–The city of Columbus is allowing three businesses in the community to enjoy a tax reduction in order to grow their operations. The first tax abatement presented at Tuesday night’s city council meeting came from Rightway Fasteners, Inc. The motion was passed unanimously to grant the $9,850,000 abatement ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-02-20
  • City council lays foundation for ASAP governance
    COLUMBUS, Ind.–Tuesday night, the Columbus city council unanimously passed on the first reading of an ordinance to establish a public funding board along with an advisory and accountability committee. These two bodies will provide governance for the Alliance for Substance Abuse Progress of Bartholomew County. A second ordinance also ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-02-20
  • Social media threat made by Columbus East student
    COLUMBUS, Ind.–A Columbus high school student is in custody after sending a threat through social media early Tuesday. Columbus Police Lt. Matt Harris tells us the Columbus East student sent the threat to several other students through Snapchat. The individual was taken into custody at the school without incident and ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-02-20
  • Roberts: ‘I wrestle with how we allow this violence to occur’
    BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, Ind.–In a recent interview for Local News Digital’s weekly Community Spotlight interview, Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation superintendent Dr. Jim Roberts shared his feelings about the Parkland, Fla. shooting that occurred on February 14 in which a gunman killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. “I wrestle ... read more
    Source: MOJO Local News DigitalPublished on 2018-02-20