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  • ‘Side by Side’ directors share love for Sondheim musical
    1/21/2020 Ron Richards has directed theatrical productions at The Belfry Theatre in Noblesville for 30 years.
    Brenna (Campbell) Whitaker has known Richards for the last half of those years, acting in several of his shows.
    Then, they started working together. Richards directs, and Whitaker is his vocal director and assistant director.
  • Attention: Parking changes in downtown Noblesville begin today
    1/20/2020 I need to pay more attention to where I park in downtown Noblesville.
    That’s because changes in the parking ordinance go into effect today.
    Say, if I go to a 9 a.m. appointment at Noble Coffee and Tea Co. and park my car on the east side of the Courthouse Square for an hour. Then I leave the Square but return at noon for a 90-minute lunch at The Uptown Cafe, and I park on the south side of the Square.
    With the new parking proposal, I could receive a parking ticket for going over the two-hour limit or returning to that zone on the same day before 5 p.m., even though I didn’t park downtown for more than two hours in one location.
  • NHS choirs kick off contest season today
    1/17/2020 I awoke Thursday morning to my eighth-grade daughter telling me that we must attend that evening’s Noblesville High School Show Choir Parent Preview Concert.
    It was the first I’d heard about the concert, which was to feature all of the NHS show choirs performing their competitions songs and dances.
    Just as soon as my daughter boarded her school bus, I found an email message about the concert from my daughter’s show choir director. “It’s a great way to see their competition sets for free and show them our support before they start competing this weekend,” Noblesville East Middle School choir director Jordan Rattenbury wrote in an email to choir parents.
  • Celebrate MLK Jr. Day with club basketball and more
    1/16/2020 From basketball to theater and celebrations for Martin Luther King Jr. as well as Noblesville Schools’ 150th Anniversary Spaghetti Dinner are among the upcoming things to do.
    Here’s a list of 20 ways to spend your weekend, MLK Day and upcoming days and nights.
    1. Westfield Playhouse stages the comedy, “Lie, Cheat & Genuflect,” opening tonight and continuing a total three weekends, through Feb. 2, with director Jen Otterman.
  • Boil advisory and eLearning day inspire conversation and donations
    1/15/2020 I was sitting at my laptop when I received an automated call at about 5:30 p.m. Monday from Indiana American Water Co., with an alert for a Boil Water Advisory.
    Due to a loss of pressure at the White River North Water Treatment facility, caused by an equipment malfunction, customers in Noblesville were being advised to boil any water used for consumption for at least three minutes as part of a precaution until further notice.
    Then, I received an email repeating the precaution.
    It was OK to use the water for bathing, washing and “other common uses.”
    Repairs were to be made to the system and water samples were to be collected and analyzed to confirm no contamination entered the water distribution system.
  • ‘Lie, Cheat …’ laugh at Westfield Playhouse
    1/14/2020 What: Main Street Productions presents, “Lie, Cheat & Genuflect.”
    When: 7:30 p.m. Jan 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 and Feb. 1; and 2:30 p.m. Jan. 26 and Feb. 2.
    Where: Westfield Playhouse, 1836 W. Indiana 32, Westfield, in Eagletown.
    Cost: $14, ages 18 and older; $12, ages 62 and older and ages 17 and younger; free to active military and veterans with ID.
    Parental guidance: For some language.
    Reservations: 317-402-3341, www.westfieldplayhouse.org
    Meet the Cast (ONLINE)
    Billy Buckle - Joe Wagner of Indianapolis
    Tom Buckle - Brock Francis of Fishers
    Girl - Laura Jordan of Whitestown
    Jane - Nikki Lynch of Noblesville
    Robert Fryburger - Chris Otterman of Noblesville
    Pizza Face Petrillo - Thom Johnson of Westfield
    Virginia - Susan Hill of Noblesville
    Miss Mackintosh - Audrey Caron of Fishers
  • Hey youth, want to learn life skills?
    1/13/2020 Being my first day back from holiday break, and looking at the calendar, I noticed that Hamilton County 4-H’ers only have one more day to sign up for the 2020 4-H program.
    Every year at this time, I visit the Purdue Extension Service office at the 4-H Fairgrounds in Noblesville to pay our annual $25 fee, once that my daughter has signed up online for the county 4-H program. Deadline to enroll is Wednesday.
  • Visiting Angels
    12/26/2019 The Times photos by Betsy Reason
  • Miller Music
    12/26/2019 The Times photo by Betsy Reason
  • Plan ahead for winter break activities
    12/21/2019 It’s the first day of holiday break for Noblesville Schools.
    And while Christmas is only four days a week, families are already likely thinking about how they’re going to entertain the kids once cabin fever has set in.
    Here’s a sampling of activities for school-age kids.
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