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Indiana State Fairgrounds to host summer events

THIS WEEK: June 27: Central Indiana Bicycle Association N.I.T.E. RideLocation: 4H Exhibit HallHours: Ride starts at 11 p.m.Admission: Early registration (before May 29th): $25 per...

New GPS map makes Indiana State Fair mobile app essential tool for fair visit

Want to know where to find the nearest ear of sweet corn? Looking for the closest ATM? Can’t remember where you parked your car?...

Indiana State Fair to hold job fair Thursday

INDIANAPOLIS – The Great Indiana State Fair is hoping to fill more than 500 hourly positions during a job fair May 29 from 3...

Indiana State Fair celebrates Hoosier popcorn industry

INDIANAPOLIS – Whether it’s enjoyed at the movie theater, a baseball game or on the couch at home, popcorn is one of America’s favorite...

Fairgrounds’ $10 million Youth Arena makes its debut

When the Great Indiana State Fair opens Aug. 2, it will unveil a brand new multi-purpose facility that is a key component to the...

Things are popping at the Indiana State Fair

The Indiana State Fair has plans to break a world record at this year’s event.Building the world’s largest popcorn ball is what workers at...

State fair brings unusual food options

Editor’s note: Today’s column is not the typical Restaurant Spotlight featured each week in Around Town. Because food is such an important part of...

Indiana State Fair to hold job fair May 30

The Great Indiana State Fair is hoping to fill more than 500 hourly positions during a job fair May 30 from 3 to 7...

The Spinners

Millions of people have danced at parties, shared romance or cherished loved ones with music made by The Spinners. One of the most successful...

Fair brings education and entertainment

I get so antsy once it gets close to the debut of the Indiana State Fair. It is certainly one of the highlights of...
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