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Public Schools—Hendricks County

Avon CSC, 7203 E. U.S. Highway 36, Avon, 317-544-6000. Enrollment: 8,886. ISTEP+ percent passing E/LA and math: 85.3.

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Public Schools—Hancock County

Eastern Hancock County CSC, 10370 E. 250 N, Charlottesville, 317-467-0064. Enrollment: 1,146. ISTEP+ percent passing E/LA and math: 75.3.

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Public Schools—Hamilton County

Carmel Clay Schools, 5201 E. Main St., Carmel, 317-844-9961. Enrollment: 15,912. ISTEP+ percent passing E/LA and math: 93.

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Public Schools—Boone County

Lebanon CSC, 1810 N. Grant St., Lebanon, 765-482-0380. Enrollment: 3,557. ISTEP+ percent passing E/LA and math: 75.1.

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Public Schools—Marion County

Beech Grove City Schools, 5334 Hornet Ave., Beech Grove, 317-788-4481. Enrollment: 2,878. ISTEP+ percent passing E/LA and math: 75.1.

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Michael Rubino Joins Indy Monthly as Senior Editor

The recent writer-at-large and former associate editor at IM will return to the magazine full-time on April 1.

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Oscar Staple Meryl Streep Coming to IU

For her role as a pill-popping matriarch in this season’s August: Osage County, Streep has been nominated in the Best Actress category at Sunday’s Academy Awards. It’s the eighteenth nomination of her film career, more than any other actor in history.

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Hot-Button Issues: Battle in the 'Burbs

“I think Jim Brainard has done some great things for this city, but I do think it’s time for a different skill set,” says Carmel city councillor Rick Sharp. Sounds like a campaign message.

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Hot-Button Issues: Affordable Care Attack

In Indiana, the fight against Obamacare still has a pulse.

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Hot-Button Issues: Paying To Play

Virtually no city official wants to lose a pro franchise on his or her watch—especially with a bid to host another Super Bowl in 2018 still in play.

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Hot-Button Issues: The Straight Dope

Indianapolis is drawing heroin straight from Mexico and bypassing Chicago altogether—which might account for the high potency.

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Hot-Button Issues: Chorus of Booze

Only one state prohibits the retail sale of packaged alcoholic beverages on Sunday while also allowing it to be served at bars, restaurants, and events. Spoiler alert: It’s us.

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Hot-Button Issues: Ritz vs. Board of Education

Upon being sworn in last January, Indiana educator-in-chief Glenda Ritz braced for a fight. Who could blame her?

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Hot-Button Issues: Cop Out

Councillor John Barth proposed a bipartisan study to help determine how many officers Indy really requires, so the Council can work on a long-term plan. “We need to take politics out of policing,” he says.

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Hot-Button Issues: Under the Bus

Since boosters first kicked the tires on the idea of upgrading public transportation in 2008, efforts to get the General Assembly to approve a funding referendum have proceeded in starts and stops.

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