|Special enrollment available for seniors on Medicare|
Our community's Medicare Part D beneficiaries who are enrolled in Aetna drug plans should know about a special enrollment period available to let them change plans if they so desire. This arises from inaccurate information provided by Aetna that listed more pharmacies as "in-network" than was actually the case.
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
|Jeff Zeckel seeks reelection for Common Council, at-large seat|
I am announcing that I am seeking reelection for the Noblesville City Council at large seat. I am completing my first term in which I only missed two council meetings in over three years, one of those was when my father died. I have enjoyed the constant learning and challenges council has faced. My family owned businesses on the downtown square for 88 years, I think it is important to know our history where we've been as a community to know where we are going in the future. I have enjoyed planning for the future of Noblesville and care deeply for our community.|
Friday, January 9, 2015
|Reader says Federal Hill property 'will cost too much to reclaim'|
|To the editor,|
I disagree with the Noblesville City Council's approval to purchase the Federal Hill property. Because the property is marshy and wet, I believe the property will cost too much to reclaim.
Saturday, December 13, 2014
|Postal Service continues strong financial turnaround in fiscal year 2014|
|Last week's annual USPS financial report reinforces the point that the postal networks are thriving - profitable this year by $1.4 billion after what USPS called its best quarterly and annual performance in many years - and that dismantling the networks is precisely the wrong thing to do.|
Thursday, November 20, 2014
|Mike Davis: Candidate for township trustee wants to serve community
|My name is Mike Davis and I am a candidate for Noblesville Township trustee in the upcoming Nov. 4 election.|
Friday, October 3, 2014
|W.A. Dix: Thanks for the help|
|Some things renew your faith in people, especially people helping people.|
Last evening, I sustained a flat tire and pulled off the road, planning to call my roadside-assistance number. Before I could make arrangements, Jack Coy, from Kirklin, pulled up behind me and volunteered to change my tire, which he then did very quickly. A sheriff's deputy also stopped to assist with traffic control.
Thursday, August 7, 2014