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City of Lafayette lands $7.7M grant to improve Glen Acres

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The City of Lafayette has learned that its request for $7,774,200 in neighborhood stabilization funding has been granted, Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski said. The money is targeted for the Glen Acres neighborhood. It will help create 15 new single-family homes, rehabilitate another eight homes and provide 89 rental units. “This is huge. […] Read the full story

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Danny Weiss, Jeff Pearce performing at Lafayette Farmers Market, June 6th

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Two Indiana musicians will provide entertainment at the Lafayette Farmers’ Market this Saturday, June 6th, between 7:30a and noon. Danny Weiss, a Greater Lafayette-based saxophonist and clarinetist, will be performing from 7:30a–9:00a. Indiana-based New Age musician, Jeff Pearce, will be performing from 10:00a until 12:00p. Danny Weiss leads several groups performing regularly […] Read the full story

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Eric Robert Inman

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Eric Robert Inman, 38, Lafayette, Indiana, passed away Friday, May 22, 2009, in Lafayette. A memorial service is tentatively set for 3:00p on Sunday, May 31, 2009 in Fisher-Loy Funeral Chapel, in Downtown Lafayette. Born November 28, 1970 in Urbana, Illinois, he was the son of Carole (Walker) Inman and Joseph Inman, […] Read the full story

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SIA Auto Safety Fair to educate, inform drivers about realities of road

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — On Saturday, May 30, Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) will host the first-ever SIA Auto Safety Fair from noon until 3:00 PM at the SIA Recreation Center. Several local, regional and national organizations specializing in auto safety are coming together to provide the community with demonstrations, workshops and the latest information and […] Read the full story

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St. Elizabeth Regional Health rummage sale to benefit employee emergency fund

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — St. Elizabeth Regional Health will host a rummage sale from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 6 in the St. Elizabeth School of Nursing Auditorium. The entrance to the auditorium is located on 16th Street, across from the main entrance to St. Elizabeth Medical Center. The sale includes something for […] Read the full story

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New law gives counties an online option to help save taxpayer dollars, time

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -– Next year, Hoosiers could receive their property tax statements by e-mail and make monthly online tax payments if their county elects to do so, according to State Sen. Ron Alting (R-Lafayette). House Enrolled Act 1344, supported by Alting and Sen. Brandt Hershman (R-Wheatfield) and recently signed into law, gives counties the option […] Read the full story

Posted in Indiana Politics

Greater Lafayette Community Calendar

 May 2020