|Alexander announces candidacy for Hamilton County Council|
WESTFIELD - Ken Alexander, Westfield, will run for Hamilton County Council, District 4, covering Westfield, Sheridan, and western Carmel.|
Alexander is currently the Vice President of Sales at Fishers-based the Hagerman Group and was previously the Director of Grand Park in Westfield.
Saturday, December 9, 2017
|Westfield collecting letters to Santa until Dec. 18|
|WESTFIELD - Santa and his elves are hard at work making this coming holiday season special. This year, he'll be getting some help from staff at the City of Westfield as they collect letters to Santa until Dec. 18.|
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
|Westfield native named 2018 Orr Fellow|
WESTFIELD - Indiana Wesleyan University senior and Westfield native Tanner Brumbarger has been named a 2017 Orr Fellow.|
The Orr Entrepreneurial Fellowship is a program that selects top seniors from institutions in Indiana and Ohio for a two-year fellowship and career placement at a variety of growing companies in Indianapolis. With more than 1,000 applicants every year, the fellowship is a highly competitive post-grad experience with an average acceptance rate of only 6 percent.
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
|Westfield In Lights set for Saturday|
WESTFIELD - Downtown Westfield comes alive with holiday magic this Saturday as Westfield in Lights comes to town.|
This year's event features live reindeer, food and retail vendors, wagon rides, carriage rides, train rides, live music, Girl Scout gingerbread house competition and the popular tree-lighting ceremony.
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
|Westfield residents make commitment as a Providence Associate|
Westfield residents Deanna and John Schleeter recently deepened their relationship with the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods Indiana.|
On Nov. 18, both Deanna and John made commitments as Providence Associates, joining 20 other 2017 associates with the Sisters of Providence during the rite of commitment ceremony.
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
|Westfield to transform sewage lagoon into wildlife habitat|
WESTFIELD - The city of Westfield is taking the necessary steps to clean-up the sewage lagoon site located directly behind the Westfield City Services campus along the Midland Trail.|
"Once it was determined the lagoon would be taken out of service, the city started to plan how to safely remove the sludge and remediate the lagoons," said Jeremy Lollar, Public Works director.
Saturday, November 11, 2017
|WPD to play host to Coffee with a Cop|
|WESTFIELD - Westfield residents will have an opportunity to meet with WPD officers one-on-one in a casual setting at Coffee with a Cop, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Nov. 29, at Lincoln Square Pancake House, 3186 E. Ind. 32.|
Citizens are encouraged to discuss community issues and build relationships with the city's police officers.
Thursday, November 9, 2017
|Westfield Police participate in No-Shave November|
|WESTFIELD - The Westfield Police Department continues their support of raising cancer awareness by participating in the national campaign No-Shave November.|
For the month of November, Westfield police officers who want to participate, contribute $30 to either grown a beard or wear a pin or ribbon to show their support in raising funds and awareness for cancer research. The participating officers also set a goal of raising an additional $70 in donations with an overall goal of raising $2500.
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
|Westfield fire, police keeping trick-or-treaters safe on Halloween|
|WESTFIELD - The Westfield Fire Department and the Westfield Police Department are gearing up for Halloween, and keeping the city's little ghouls and goblins safe in the process.|
Westfield Fire will again be doing its popular Reverse Trick or Treat event this year, as they travel through neighborhoods throughout the community handing out goodies thanks to a partnership with Kroger.
Friday, October 27, 2017
|Assisted living community achieves deficiency-free survey|
|WESTFIELD - Sanders Glen Assisted Living in Westfield, has achieved a deficiency-free annual survey for September, as administered by the Indiana State Department of Health.|
Friday, October 20, 2017