Hopwood Cellars Winery Offers Locally Made Wine in Zionsville

#ZionsvilleIN – Zionsville’s brick main street is home to many businesses and restaurants, there’s no short of small shops and locally produced goods on the historic street. The same is true if you linger off of main street, just shopping or eating on the brick strip is scratching the surface of what Zionsville’s most unique district has […]

Photo Essay: Zionsville Wins a Wet Homecoming Game Against Brownsburg

#ZionsvilleIN – Zionsville High School’s football team took on the Brownsburg High School Bulldogs last night during Zionsville’s homecoming game. The wet and frigid evening presented brisk conditions for both players and spectators. Temperatures hovered around the 40s with wind and rain steadily coming down the football stadium. In the end the Zionsville Eagles triumphed over […]

Zionsville Named Safest Small Town in America

#ZionsvilleIN – Zionsville was named the safest small town in America in a recent blog post by Movoto Real Estate which factored in crime rate to determine the rankings of small towns across the U.S. U.S. towns with populations between 5,000 and 25,000 people were considered for America’s safest small town.   How Movoto came to […]

Top Five Things To Do At the Zionsville Fall Festival

Labor Day is an event which signifies the end of summer and the coming of fall. But in Zionsville another event also signals fall on the horizon, the annual Lions Club Fall Festival. This year marked the 61st Zionsville Fall Festival which serves as the largest fundraiser for the cities’ Lions Park. An event that […]

Bub’s Burgers & Ice Cream: Elk Burgers Find a New Home in Zionsville

The burger is an American cuisine classic. From grilling your own to ordering beef at a restaurant, there are subtle changes to the burger formula which are worthy of  venturing off the beaten path when it comes to burgers. Bub’s Burgers & Ice Cream introduced its take on the burger by introducing elk burgers to their […]

Village of Zionsville in Lovely Bloom

When I was one of countless workers spending my day in a small, beige cubicle, I used to cut out photos of gardens and pin them up on the walls of my cube. If I couldn’t have an office with a window, this was the next best thing. Recently, I spent the day working remotely […]