Groundbreaking Set For Water Supply and Treatment Improvements Project MARTINSVILLE – Groundbreaking ceremonies for the Water Supply and Treatment Improvements Project will take place on Thursday, October 29th at 1:30 PM at the...Read More
Local businesses: Time to sign up to participate in 10-day Small Business Saturday celebration in Martinsville
The Small Business Saturday passport program will kick off on Nov. 19 and run through Nov. 28 this year, which will allow people who may not be comfortable in crowds to participate. It will also give shoppers more time to visit...Read More
The Lilly Foundation is generously offering a $1 for $1 match to any company in Central Indiana who makes a new corporate gift to United Way. This is an exceptional opportunity that truly doubles your investment in support of...Read More
New water mains being installed downtown! MARTINSVILLE – Beginning Wednesday, October 14, 2020, Morgan Street from Marion Street on the West to Wayne Street on the East will be closed to all traffic for a period of approximately...Read More
MARTINSVILLE – With Halloween rapidly approaching, the City of Martinsville has announced the schedule for Trick-or-Treat in the city. “Traditional” door-to-door Trick-or-Treating is a higher-risk Halloween activity as...Read More
In May, Gov. Holcomb approved funding to support Indiana Small Business Restart Grants, helping accelerate the speed of economic recovery activity by providing working capital to cover certain expenses related to the global...Read More
By Jennie Vaughan, Chancellor, Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all had to adapt to a changing world. Parents have had to learn how to homeschool their children–or at the...Read More
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Happening today until 1:00 pm at Martinsville High School - Tox Away Day!This Saturday morning at Martinsville High School is your Fall Tox Away Day event. This is your second and last chance of the year to dispose of unwanted approved materials below. 8am-1pm Saturday, October 24th. Call me at (765) 342-2533 with any questions. -Erick Kivett-Director MCSWMD ... See MoreSee Less
There’s still time to get over to 21 North Eatery + Cellar for a delicious dinner and/or drinks as they celebrate their third anniversary! Chef Matt and his amazing team are rocking it!Blackened Mahi with Scallop Risotto. 26. ... See MoreSee Less
- I-69 Finish Line – 2020 Accomplishments and A Look Ahead
- Hoosier Consulting Network, led by Kelley School of Business students, offering help to small businesses
- Rick Miller named Executive Director of Stability First
- Tox-Away day this Saturday, October 24th at Martinsville High School
- City of Martinsville Notices
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Congratulations to @ChrchinMission! Thank you, @HomeBank_1890, for supporting this amazing organization.
Week 3 of 13
We surprised @ChrchinMission with a $10k gift! Churches in Mission provides the necessities for daily living to those in need as they share their love for Jesus Christ. ⛪️ Thank you Churches in Mission for all you do to #MakeLivesBetter and #GatherGrowGive!
Several 20-minute stops are planned Saturday for SR 37 traffic near Henderson Ford Road north of Martinsville. This will allow traffic crews to safely string signal wires over the highway. The temporary traffic signal is expected to be in use in mid-November.
A lot of progress is being made this year on I-69 Finish Line. 🏁
2021 is expected to be even busier! Watch this short video to learn more about the work expected next year. 🚧