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Mayor Jensen
Thursday, April 9, 2020 4:24 AM
Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen made a big statement Wednesday for small businesses in Noblesville. Jensen began the process of handing out 46 Small Business Resilience Grants worth $250,000.
“The COVID-19 pandemic has hit our community businesses hard,” the first-term mayor said. “I want to encourage residents to continue to support local businesses by utilizing curb-side pick-up, delivery or drive-thru where available.
Gov. Holcomb March 23, 2020 Update
Gov. Holcomb Addresses the State Regarding COVID-19
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb will address the state on the latest developments in slowing the spread of COVID-19 on Monday, March 23. The live address will begin at noon ET.
  • Jensen steps up quarter-million times for small businesses
    4/9/2020 Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen made a big statement Wednesday for small businesses in Noblesville. Jensen began the process of handing out 46 Small Business Resilience Grants worth $250,000.
    “The COVID-19 pandemic has hit our community businesses hard,” the first-term mayor said. “I want to encourage residents to continue to support local businesses by utilizing curb-side pick-up, delivery or drive-thru where available.
  • 'Porch It Forward'
    4/7/2020 Adriene's Flowers & Gifts in Noblesville on Monday afternoon put bouquets at the front steps of its shop "our compliments to grab one and take it to someone that needs flowers," said co-owner Stephen Craig and wife, Moffett Craig (pictured). "We call it 'Porch It Forward.'
  • 4/7/2020 The numbers just keep climbing.
    Hamilton County skyrocketed from 220 confirmed cases of the coronavirus COVID-19 in the county to 335 in just a few days. If there is a silver lining, it’s that the 52 percent increase in cases did not also result in a significant increase in the number of fatalities. While the cases shot up, deaths rose from four to five.
  • 4/2/2020 The Indiana High School Athletic Association staunchly supports our Governor, our State Commissioner of Health and our State Superintendent of Public Instruction in their herculean efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are extremely fortunate in Indiana to have these exemplary leaders providing guidance and care to all Hoosiers.
    With the announcement today of the closure of K-12 schools throughout Indiana for the remainder of the school year, the IHSAA announces the cancellation of all spring sports tournament series events for the 2019-20 school year.
  • Heights coach honored by state association
    3/30/2020 Four Indiana high school assistant coaches will receive special awards from the Indiana Basketball Association in 2020.
    Hamilton Heights boys basketball assistant J.R. Moffatt, along with North Putnam girls basketball assistant Jim Brothers, Columbus North girls basketball assistant coach RaNae Isaak and Speedway boys basketball assistant Jim Merlie will receive Point Guard College Transformational Coach Awards as IBCA Assistant Coaches of the Year.
    This is the fourth year for the PGC Transformation Coach Awards, which are presented to coaches who have impacted the lives of their players and fellow coaches at their school and within their community. The recipients are coaches who are respected by their players and fellow coaches for their dedication, positive approach and integrity on and o? the court. Point Guard College is a corporate partner of the IBCA.
  • 3/13/2020 

    The Indiana High School Athletic Association announced that because of the large number of schools closing for an extended period of time, it has become apparent the IHSAA boys basketball tournament series cannot be completed as scheduled.

    Subsequently, the boys basketball tournament is postponed immediately.

    There is no word yet on when a new date might be scheduled. Carmel was scheduled to play in the noon game at the Logansport Regional Saturday against New Haven.

  • Roger Dale Harris
    4/9/2020 Roger Dale Harris, 63, of Noblesville, passed away on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at his home in Noblesville.
    He was born on Aug. 13, 1956 to Robert and Flora (Parker) Harris in Harlan, Kentucky.
  • Rita June Hurlock Hall
    4/9/2020 Rita June Hurlock Hall, 66, of Noblesville, passed away on Tuesday, April 7, 2020 at her home.
    She was born on June 19, 1953 to Paul and Julian (Wagner) Hurlock in Noblesville, Indiana.
  • James N. Clark
    4/8/2020 James N. Clark, 83, of Indianapolis, passed away on Saturday, April 4, 2020 at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis.
    He was born on Feb. 8, 1937 to the late Lowell "Casey" and Mary Clark in Fishers, Indiana.
  • 4/9/2020 Dear Editor,
    Voting by mail should replace voting at the polls in its entirety. The two institutions that can definitely be trusted is the County Board of Elections and the United States Postal Service. The money saved by eliminating the need for poll workers could be used to offer free postage on the envelopes used to vote by mail.
  • 3/31/2020 Dear Editor,
    Letter Carriers are deemed “essential personnel” and will continue to deliver your mail and packages throughout these troubling times in our communities with the spread of the Coronavirus or Covid-19. The CDC has published the need to practice social distancing and remain 6 feet apart to help prevent the spread of the virus. This includes interactions with mail carriers in your community.
  • 3/27/2020 Dear Editor,
    As a retired physician who specialized in child and adolescent psychiatry, a current member of the board of Hamilton County Parks and Recreation, and a concerned member of our Hamilton County community, I want to share my thoughts about the positive opportunity that the coronavirus pandemic has afforded us. Our public playgrounds are closed to eliminate the spread of the virus from our equipment and close contact among its users.
  • Just passin’ the time . . .
    4/9/2020 What have folks been doing during this COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease) pandemic??How have they been coping with the down-time when they can’t socialize or go to work or school?
    I decided to find out . . . so if you want to know what your neighbors and friends have been doing, read on.
  • In defense of Pollyanna, I’m proud to have a sunny outlook
    4/8/2020 I think Pollyanna might have gotten a bum rap.
    More than once in my life I’ve been accused of having a “Pollyanna attitude.” I didn’t actually know what this meant, except that it was not a good thing. Being “a Pollyanna” implied having an unrealistically sunny view of whatever was happening. Since Pollyanna and I had been linked so often, I thought I should finally read the book.
  • Auto Industry responds to Coronavirus pandemic
    4/8/2020 By Casey Williams
    As with most industries, COVID-19 is wreaking havoc with the auto industry. Virtually all plants are on pause, putting many thousands of workers on furlough. But, as in World War II, automakers represent vast manufacturing, engineering, and philanthropic capabilities that can be tapped for everything from face masks to ventilators and food programs. Here are examples of automakers doing their part in the current crisis.
    General Motors
  • 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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