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Staying healthy is a high priority in Noblesville
You may have noticed all of the activities that focused on wellness around the city last week. From the Health and Wellness Expo at the 4-H Fairgrounds, to the Project Fit America celebrations at three Noblesville elementary schools, to the "I-Am Perfectly Healthy" week at Noblesville East Middle School, our residents had the chance to learn many ways how to stay well.


Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Senior firefighter Kenneth Williams will be missed in our community
We were all sad to hear that the Noblesville Fire Department recently lost one of its finest members.

Senior Firefighter/Paramedic Kenneth L. Williams passed away on Friday, Sept. 12. He had been with the department for over 15 years. Ken previously served as the department's Emergency Medical Services (EMS) director/division chief for 11 years.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Noblesville a CLEAN community once again
Last month I wrote about one of the City of Noblesville's former CLEAN projects -- our prairie planting near the wastewater treatment plant. This project was one of five goals we set to accomplish during our 2011-2013 Comprehensive Local Environmental Action Network (CLEAN) designation.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Come join our new, old tradition on White River
I have a riddle for you. What is being done for the first time and lasts for 13 hours, but is both 20 years old and six years old at the same time? It helps the environment, is fun to do, and will educate and entertain you with great art, music, and food?
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Ivy Tech begins its first semester in Noblesville
When I first became mayor in 2004, one of my goals was to have an institution of higher learning located here in Noblesville, and I've been fortunate to be able to work with many partners, organizations, and individuals over the years to make this goal a reality. In the fall of 2011, the Anderson University Falls School of Business started offering an Master of Business Administration program in Noblesville. I was pleased that a graduate degree program was being offered in city limits (and is still being offered - the fall class began just a couple of weeks ago), but believed that it was important to have a local education option for undergraduate students as well.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014



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