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home : news : county news January 18, 2018


Jury duty telephone scam reappears
The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office has received several calls regarding a jury duty scam, so Sheriff Mark Bowen is once again reminding area residents of a pervasive telephone scam that leaves victims open to theft and identity theft.

The jury duty scam, along with the IRS scam, tax warrant scam, relative in need scam, home improvement scam, and others, come and go in cycles but all require potential victims to be aware of the issues. Most recently, the jury duty scam has once again come to the forefront.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Schwartz seeks return to council
Steve Schwartz, Hamilton County Council District 3, currently serving as Council President, is seeking re-election in the May 2018 Primary.

Since 2003 Schwartz said he's has helped create more than $50 million in surplus and rainy day funds for the County.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Delph-sponsored bill passes committee
STATEHOUSE - State Sen. Mike Delph (R-Carmel) has authored and introduced Senate Bill 100, which has passed the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Transportation with a unanimous 6-0 vote.

"(This is) a big win today for the family of Savannah Bettis," Sen. Delph said. "Something good is happening out of a tragedy."

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Westfield closes out 2017 with record economic growth
WESTFIELD - The figures are in for Westfield's 2017 economic development activity, and some of the numbers are record highs for the community.

"Westfield's growth, particularly in the form of single family housing, demonstrates that more and more people are coming to our community to enjoy our great schools and overall quality of life," Mayor Andy Cook said.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Glynn to seek re-election to council
Hamilton County Councilor Fred Glynn announced Tuesday he would seek a second term on the Council.

Glynn represents District 1 which includes almost all of Carmel and the sparsely populated western edge of Fishers.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Temps fall, repair calls rise
With frigid temperatures, heating and plumbing companies are getting double the repair calls on the daily basis.

Temperatures have been below freezing for weeks at a time so far this winter which can cause furnaces to break and plumbing to freeze.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Top Detective
Hamilton County Sheriff's Office Detective Scott Goff (left), accepts a plaque as the Hamilton County Prosecutors Office Detective of the Year. The Prosecutor's Office presents the award each year to one detective selected from all the county law enforcement agencies. The award recognizes outstanding performance in investigating and reporting as detectives work hand-in-hand with the Prosecutor's Office.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Scholarship entry from A-1 Auto Transport open to Indiana students
Students Hamilton County can take part in the scholarship program that is being offered by a1autotransport.com. Those students that are interested in getting a scholarship to help pay for the costs of their schooling can apply to get the financial aid that is offered through A-1 Auto Transport in this program it developed in 2016.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Sheridan Rotarians learn about active shooter response
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Adams Elementary becoming apartments
SHERIDAN - The Woda Group, Inc. and Housing Services Alliance, Inc. (HSA) will redevelop the historic Adams Elementary School in Sheridan, transforming the vacant property into 32 affordable apartments and renovating its gym to become community recreation space. Construction of Blackhawk Commons could begin as soon as July 2018.
Tuesday, January 16, 2018



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