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Santa Claus traditionally arrives on the back of a firetruck at the end of the Noblesville Christmas Parade on the Sunday after Thanksgiving. 
Then Santa sees visitors in the Santa House on the historic Hamilton County Courthouse Square.
Despite cancellation of this year’s parade, due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) pandemic, Santa will still find his way to the Santa House on the Square.
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  • Santa House looks different this season
    11/28/2020 Santa Claus traditionally arrives on the back of a firetruck at the end of the Noblesville Christmas Parade on the Sunday after Thanksgiving. 
    Then Santa sees visitors in the Santa House on the historic Hamilton County Courthouse Square.
    Despite cancellation of this year’s parade, due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) pandemic, Santa will still find his way to the Santa House on the Square.
  • County teens ask students to “Show Some C.L.A.S.S.”
    11/27/2020 Seniors from four Hamilton County high schools have partnered with the Hamilton County Health Department to launch an educational campaign designed to keep kids in school.
  • City partners with J.C. Hart, Republic to propose mixed-use development
    11/25/2020 Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen announced his support for an exciting new project that would add residential living and commercial space to the downtown area along the White River.
    J.C. Hart and Republic Development are proposing a $47.9 million mixed-use development along the east side of the White River in the 3.4-acre area that currently houses the Hamilton County Employee Parking Lot and McMillan's Auto Care. The large majority of project funding is from private capital, along with specified tax increment that is generated by the new development. City taxpayers and property tax funds are not pledged or at risk with the project.
  • 11/25/2020 Second-ranked Westfield will get a chance to slay Class 6A high school football’s giant Friday at Lucas Oil Stadium.
    The Shamrocks’ 12th consecutive victory since a season-opening loss to Cathedral was typical Westfield football. Mix an effective passing game with the elusiveness of quarterback Maximus Webster and the result was a 41-23 victory Friday night at Merrillville that earned the Shamrocks the north semistate championship.
  • 11/18/2020 Westfield moved one step closer to a shot at the Class 6A state football championship, while Carmel’s reign ended Friday night.
    The Shamrocks claimed their first 6A regional title and fifth overall by dominating Homestead 42-9. Ben Davis withstood a second-half charge from the Greyhounds to prevail 27-21.
    Westfield’s Carson Voorhis stepped in for the injured Micah Hauser and his rushes helped set up Maximus Webster’s 1-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Sean Sullivan’s kick made it 7-0.
  • 11/11/2020 Second-ranked Westfield and sixth-ranked Carmel are among the final eight in the Class 6A state football tournament after victories Friday night.
    Westfield increased its winning streak to 10 with a dominating 31-0 victory against Fishers. Carmel’s defense paved the way for a 21-7 victory against fourth-ranked Brownsburg.
  • 11/28/2020 James Frederick “Fred” Durr, 99, Sheridan, passed away on Tuesday morning, Nov. 24, 2020 at Riverview Hospital in Noblesville following a brief illness.
    Born Aug. 23, 1921 in Indianapolis, he was the son of the late James Frank and Ina (Miller) Durr.
  • James "Jim" C. Hession
    11/27/2020 James C. “Jim” Hession, 73, passed away peacefully Nov. 20, 2020.  
    He was born Nov. 20, 1947 in Lafayette, IN, son of the late George and Frances (Jarka) Hession
  • Wilma R. Girton
    11/25/2020 Wilma R. Girton, 79, of Anderson, passed away Monday, Nov. 23, 2020, at her home in Anderson following a two year battle with cancer.
    She was born on June 5, 1941, in Sullivan County, Ind. to William Harold and Geneva Rose (Begerman) Figg.
  • 11/20/2020 Dear Editor,
    Joe Biden did not win the 2020 election. It was handed to him on a platter made of criminal collusion, lies, cheating election workers and supervisors, machines that flipped the candidates voted for and mail-in ballot fraud. How could he have won when he rarely came out of his hideout, the basement? At the very few rallies he had, only a handful of people came compared to thousands that attended the Trump rallies. Lady Gaga was hired to try and inspire the ones who did come while boat and vehicle parades supporting Trump in many states were happening around the country.
  • 11/20/2020 Dear Editor,
    I was very disappointed with in the “no recommendation” vote by our Commissioners on 11/16/2020 as respects the proposed gravel pit construction at beautiful Potters Bridge Park. You would think that with almost 5,000 citizens signing a “vote no” petition on-line and in person, with Indiana American Water talking about the adverse effect on water quality, safety and supply in growing Noblesville (41,000 persons affected), with the adverse and potentially disastrous effects on the natural environment and flood way/flood plain brought up at the meeting by HEC representative, and finally, with professional realtors telling us that the construction will cause value loss of 20-30% to some 400+ nearby homeowners, this vote would have been an easy “unfavorable recommendation” by the Commissioners.
  • 10/29/2020 Dear Editor,
    State Senator Victoria Spartz is being accused of passing legislation that would drain all wetlands and was for the benefit of her family, the legislation that was passed earlier this year does neither of the two.
  • Grow frilly, bold and unique amaryllis indoors this winter
    11/28/2020 When squirrels are busy storing nuts for winter, it’s time for gardeners to start gathering amaryllis bulbs to sustain them through the dreary months ahead. Ordering now will ensure you have lots of choices, so you can select an assortment of different flowers styles, colors, and bloom times.
    The flowers of double amaryllis are packed full of petals and sure to brighten any day. 
  • No simple answer to question on when to claim benefits
    11/28/2020 Dear Rusty: I'm almost 59 and hope to retire from working soon. Should I take Social Security as soon as possible, or wait for the maximum amount?
    Signed: Planning Ahead

    Dear Planning Ahead: I’m afraid there’s no simple answer to your question, except “it depends.” It depends on your health; it depends on your need for the money when you retire; and it depends on your life expectancy. Plus, your marital status may also influence your decision on when to claim. 
  • Santa House looks different this season
    11/28/2020 Santa Claus traditionally arrives on the back of a firetruck at the end of the Noblesville Christmas Parade on the Sunday after Thanksgiving. 
    Then Santa sees visitors in the Santa House on the historic Hamilton County Courthouse Square.
    Despite cancellation of this year’s parade, due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) pandemic, Santa will still find his way to the Santa House on the Square.
  • Contact information for The Times' Public Notice staff

    The Times is Hamilton County's oldest legally recognized daily newspaper. As such, public notice advertising is accepted and our legals clerk can be reached either via e-mail or by telephone.

    The e-mail address is: legals@thetimes24-7.com.
    The telephone number is: (765) 361-0100, ext. 12.

    Thank you for using The Times, Hamilton County's oldest daily newspaper!

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