Coming to Windermere, Florida!

Please welcome the newest monthly print magazine in the Towne Post Network – Windermere Magazine! Launching this fall in the greater Orlando area, Windermere Magazine will be mailed to 14,542 residents and businesses in the Town of Windermere. Contact James Kaspari at (586) 484-3405 or email for more information!

Indy Area Blog Posts

Meet the Candidates

Meet the Candidates Photography and Biographies Provided Fishers Clerk (vote for 1) Jennifer L. Kehl – R I’m 64, have been married for 40 years,

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Soaring to New Heights

Local Student Kya Crooke Represents USA Track and Field Team Writer / Julie Yates Photography Provided Local Fishers resident, 16-year-old Kya Crooke, recently returned from

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No Tax Hike, Just High Stakes

HSE Schools Referendum Explained Story & Photography Provided Nearly 1,300 kindergarten students embarked on their K-12 journey with Hamilton Southeastern (HSE) schools back in August.

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BALLOT 101 Contributing Writers / Larry Lannan and Alison Gatz What is straight party ticket voting?? When casting your vote in the 2023 Fishers municipal

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Soldiering On

Brownsburg VA Clinic Is There for Those Who’ve Served Writer / Melissa Gibson Photography Provided For nearly a year, veteran Fossil Bates has volunteered at

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Lakes Region Blog Posts

Indiana Rocks! 

Pop and Rock Stars Hailing from the Hoosier State May Surprise You Writer/Jeff Kenney In a recent edition of The Lakes Magazine, we explored the perhaps

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The Battle Goes On

7th Indiana Light Artillery Reenacts Civil War Battles Writer / Amy Lant-Wenger Photography Provided A brief glance through the pages of any reputable chronicle of

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Clear Reflections

Bradly Bickle Talks Breaking Six-Dive Record Writer / Julie Yates Photography Provided When Bradly Bickle broke the Rochester High School record in a six-dive meet

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Delaware County Blog Posts

Together We G.R.O.W.

Upcoming G.R.O.W. Conference to Empower, Inspire and Celebrate Women in Business Writer / Jerry Winans Photography Provided Women entrepreneurs and business owners – get ready

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Bringing Spaces to Life

Local Interior Decorator Draws on Her Talents and Passion for Each Project Writer & Photographer / David Fennig Juliann Barnes is an interior decorator with

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Student Spotlight: Ryan Mast

Writer / Christy Heitger-Ewing Photography Provided Ryan Mast, a natural-born creator, has always had an interest in developing prosthetics to help those with disabilities. He

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Meet Toni Price

Muncie Magazine’s Director of Sales and Marketing Writer / Christy Heitger-Ewing Photography Provided Originally from St. Joseph, Missouri, Toni Price, director of sales and marketing

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Passion for the Program 

Coach Mike Neu Hopes for Sustained Success for the Cardinals Football Team Writer / Aimee MacArthur Photographer / Ashley Logan Mike Neu, Ball State University

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Greater Louisville Blog Posts

Reaching for Greater Outcomes

REACH Program Provides Crucial Support and Valuable Resources Writers / Amanda Chapman, Community Resource Supervisor, Jeffersontown Police, & Tia Pank, Community Resource Supervisor, REACH Program

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Sensational Sounds

Louder Than Life and Bourbon & Beyond Fests Are Back Writer / Gavin LaPaille Photography Provided Eight big days of music are coming to Louisville

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The Write Approach

Bob Hill Has a Way With Words Writer / Evan Gorman Photography Provided Journalism wasn’t on Bob Hill’s radar as a potential career, but after

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Network Contributors

Towne Post News

Film Reviews

Dumb Money

Film Review In summer of 2020 (at the pre-vaccine height of the Covid-19 crisis), Keith Gill, a financial analyst and self-described nerd working out of

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A Haunting in Venice

Kenneth Branagh’s “A Haunting in Venice” marks his third swing directing and starring as Agatha Christie’s famed detective Hercule Poirot. And, perhaps due to the

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Review by Andy Ray After about a minute of historical background – taking us from the founding of the country of Israel in 1948, though

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Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie”

Review By Andy Ray In Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie,” all manner of Barbie dolls live together in Barbieland, where each doll functions according to its intended

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