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“This plan is a guidance document that leaders, residents, and business owners can reference as decisions are being made about the future of Whitestown,” said Whitestown Director of Development Services Todd Barker.
The Whitestown Connector, a transit service of the Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority (CIRTA), has expanded its hours and days of operation.
The Whitestown Parks and Recreation Department has announced the lineup for their Movies in the Park series beginning on August 14.
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Whitestown, Indiana is hosting an alternative Easter egg hunt that allows residents to participate while still practicing social distancing.
Out of an abundance of caution concerning the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Town of Whitestown is closing town facilities beginning March 12, 2020 at 5 p.m.
Improvements at Main Street Park, located at 4286 South Main Street, include
resurfacing the playground area, cornhole and parking lot. Enhancements to
the drainage pipes on the splash pad will also be made.
Whitestown forms Economic Improvement District (EID)
to pay for workforce transportation
McDONALD’S® IS SERVING UP TECHNOLOGY AND RAISING DOLLARS FOR ZIONSVILLE COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL
Whitestown is transforming the customer experience with technology upgrades, table service and modern décor.
He’s a mean one, alright — as cuddly as a cactus with garlic in his soul. No, you wouldn’t want to touch that Grinch with a thirty-nine-and-a-half-foot pole!
The Cork & Barrel, a start-up wine bar, has opened in Whitestown with help from the Boone County Economic Development Corporation (Boone EDC) Microloan Program.
For the first time in Indiana, ProTeam Tactical Performance, a company coowned by former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jim Sorgi and former St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Joey Vandever, is using specialized technology to prevent injuries in active duty firefighters.
To coincide with the 216th anniversary of the birth of Albert S. White, for whom Whitestown was named, town leaders plan to unveil new historical markers to educate residents and visitors about our town’s namesake, his connection to Abraham Lincoln, and the history of the former Big 4 Railroad, now the Big 4 Trail, through Whitestown.