Central Indiana communities to recognize ‘National Night Out’ Tuesday

Central Indiana communities to recognize ‘National Night Out’ Tuesday

Avon joins many other communities throughout Central Indiana who take this night to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate … …read more

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