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Located South of Indianapolis Greenwood is best known for its Greenwood Park Mall. The Mall encompasses 87 acres and was originally constructed in 1966. Without including store space the mall itself in 1,000,000 square feet. The largest retailer in the facility is a recently opened Barnes and Noble. Greenwood is only seventeen miles from the Indianapolis International Airport.
Local Newspapers: The Greenwood Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) & Pacers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Indiana Wesleyan University
Zip Codes associated with greenwood, indiana:
46142 46143 46227
Towns/Cities near greenwood, indiana : Whiteland Fairland Shelbyville Franklin Homecroft Bargersville
Photo gallery: Let it snow
Four-year-old Michael Cozart shovels the sidewalk in front of his Greenwood home on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal Greenwood residents 9-year-old Isabella Cox and Nicholas Cox sled together on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018 at Freedom Park in Greenwood.Police, Fire a " January 15
Police are investigating. Gathering Place, 1495 W. Main St., Greenwood. Police responded at 6:35 p.m. Thursday to a report of a fight over a basketball foul.New neighborhood, park proposed
A new park could be added to the southeast side of Greenwood, along with more than 150 townhouses as part of a recently proposed new development. If the property east of U.S. 31, between Stop 18 and Worthsville roads sounds familiar, that's because this is the second proposal for a new development there in the past six months.Meeting set for traffic changes; project to construct a roundabout in busy intersection
The city of Greenwood is planning a meeting this week to discuss plans to build a roundabout and change the design of the area around Smith Valley Road, U.S. 31 and Madison Avenue. By the end of the summer, one of Greenwood's busiest intersections is set to be converted to a roundabout, and drivers will need to be ready to detour and re-learn how to navigate the area once work is complete.Car hits home off U.S. 31
A home south of Greenwood was damaged Thursday morning after police said a vehicle traveling too fast around a curve slid off a wet road. Jacob Sims, 28, of Greenwood, told deputies that he was driving north on County Road 25W at about 8:55 a.m. Thursday when he lost control of his car as the road was curving into Pushville Road, just west of U.S. 31, a Johnson County Sheriff's Office report said.Annual community breakfast to kick off MLK Day celebration
The 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. will be marked this year across the nation as well as during the 21st annual CommUNITY Breakfast in Columbus.Police, Fire a " January 11
100 block of Lynhurst Street: A woman reported at 4:45 p.m. Tuesday that someone stole $5 from her vehicle. 100 block of Lynhurst Street: A woman reported at 5:13 p.m. Tuesday that someone rummaged through her vehicle.Shoplifter flees, scares shoppers at 2nd store
A man fled police and store security after taking items from a Greenwood store, only to head directly to a neighboring store and rattle shoppers there during a scuffle, police said. Gayle G. Garling, 60, of Greenwood, was arrested on felony charges of resisting law enforcement and theft and misdemeanor charges of battery on police, resisting law enforcement and disorderly conduct.Stuart Lee McDonald
He was born to Donald and Phyllis McDonald in 1973. After attending Fountain Central High School, Stuart went on to Vincennes University to earn his Associates Degree.Greenwood joins opioid lawsuit
The impacts of the opioid crisis are being felt in ambulance runs, calls to police and court programs specifically geared to address addiction in one local community. And the city of Greenwood, along with several other communities in the state, is trying to get drug manufacturers and distributors to help pay for those costs.Property Lines Roundup: Updates on Giordano's, Weekends Only on south side
Welcome to Property Lines, Indy's favorite source for neighborhood real estate news.Officials look for security in roof deal
Lienhoop was referring to the approval of a contract with a 30-year warranty to replace the roof on the Bartholomew County Governmental Office building at Third and Franklin streets. In the lowest of three bids opened Dec. 26, Foster Contracting LLC of Greenwood offered the commissioners two options: a roof replacement with a 20-year warranty for $112,000 or a 30-year warranty for $122,000.Swastikas painted in Greenwood neighborhood
Police are investigating after two Greenwood families woke up to a swastika and the words Neo-Nazi painted on a home and vehicle this weekend. Investigators aren't sure if the residents were targeted, but in both cases interracial couples were involved, according to police reports.Senior center prepares to apply for $500,000 grant
A renovated Greenwood senior center would have more room for members to meet and exercise and a more accessible food pantry. The changes would help address issues that have come up after the recent growth at the Social of Greenwood, officials said.Paula Kay Whitaker
Paula Kay Whitaker was born 48 years ago on July 13, 1969 in Hamilton, Ohio, to Paul and Jean Lowery. She married Alex Whitaker on May 3, 2014.Police, Fire a " January 8
3:32 p.m. Thursday - County Line Road and Hardigan Street. William Hale, 65, and Nicole Sanford, 46, Greenwood.Geyser of water in Greenwood from main break
GREENWOOD - It was a wet start Saturday morning in Greenwood when a water main break created a geyser of water shooting 100 feet into the air. The break was near the coroner of Smith Valley Road and Old Meridian Street, just south of Our Lady of Greenwood School.Indy woman arrested for prostitution
Last month, detectives with the Johnson County Sheriff's Office came across advertisements posted online where a woman was offering to be paid for sex, a Johnson County Sheriff's Office report said. When contacted by an undercover detective, Hall agreed to have sex with him for $200 and arranged a meeting at a location in Greenwood, the report said.Tax abatements increasingly tied to higher wages, city growth
When a new business wants to come to Johnson County, a standard - and often expected - request is for a tax break on its building and equipment. Those incentives, known as abatements, allow a company to pay a reduced amount of property taxes for as many as 10 years.Lawn-mowing man enters plea in neighbor shooting spat
A Johnson County man who was wounded when an argument with a neighbor escalated into across-the-fence gunfire has pleaded guilty in the case. The Johnson County prosecutor's office in July charged Jeffrey S. Weigle with criminal recklessness with a deadly weapon.
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