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  • 3/25/2019 The City of Carmel Street Department has issued a list of paving projects for the 2019 summer construction season. Proper street maintenance is important to keep drivers safe, reduce damage to vehicles on the road, to keep commerce flowing and help keep property values high.
    Improvements to streets around the city have already begun. Many of the primary thoroughfares will be paved at night (between the hours of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m.) in order to be less disruptive for drivers. Streets within subdivisions will be paved during regular work hours. 
    “It is important to be reminded of the community’s need for these projects in order to keep our infrastructure well maintained. The quality of our streets is one of the many factors that make Carmel such a wonderful place to live and work. It is vital to our small business community, which relies on a good roadway network to get products and customers to their places of business. Repairing and maintaining our streets not only reduces damage to vehicles, but also enhances property values and makes our community safer,” said Mayor Jim Brainard.
  • 3/25/2019 On Thursday, the City of Westfield announced a third consecutive year in which its crime rate decreased. This is among the key findings in the Westfield Police Department 2018 Annual Report.
    “As a community, we can measure success in many ways and the safety and security of our community is the most important,” said Mayor Andy Cook. “Creating a safe community for our families is a priority in Westfield. The fact that our crime rate has gone down three years in a row while our population has gone up is a testament to the professionalism and commitment of the Westfield Police Department.”
    “I am so proud of the men and women of our team,” said Westfield Police Chief Joel Rush. “Their hard work and commitment to professionalism shows in the service they provide each day. We love serving the people of Westfield and appreciate the overwhelming support we receive.”
  • 3/25/2019 Check out the list of road construction projects going on in Hamilton County this week so you don't get stuck in traffic!
  • Lions dodgeball games bring in $7K for charities
    3/25/2019 Watching Noblesville Lions Club’s dodgeball tournament this month got me reminiscing about elementary school.
    Dodgeball was one of my favorite activities in grade school. But I wasn’t very good at it. And I surely wouldn’t have the courage to play on a team, in front of anybody I know.
    I applaud the 14 teams -- nine in the recreational league and five in the competitive league -- that played in the Lions’ tournament in front of a cheering audience of friends, families and coworkers.
    Even though every team wanted to win for the bragging rights, they all had a great time raising money for Lions’ charities.
    The tournament, in its second year, netted about $7,000, an increase of $2,000 over the first year, event organizer Dave Marsh said this weekend. The $5,000 raised from the 2018 tournament was used to support 31 different charities of the Noblesville Lions.
  • Noblesville announces 2019 Federal Hill Commons Concert Series lineups
    3/24/2019 Looking for fun, free live music in Noblesville this summer? The Noblesville Parks & Recreation Department has you covered. In addition to the previously announced Thursday night Summer Concert Series taking place at Dillon Park, the city is excited to announce the Federal Hill Commons concert line up for the season. In its third season at First Merchants Pavilion, this year will include two different free concert series, Concerts at the Commons Tour and Tribute Tour. Shows in each series will take place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday nights.
    “With the success of our first two seasons, Federal Hill Commons has welcomed bands across the country and more than 30,000 attendees have enjoyed live music at Noblesville’s newest venue,” said Noblesville Parks Director Brandon Bennett. “We are excited to expand our free shows this year to give the community more opportunities to enjoy Federal Hill Commons throughout the summer.”
  • City ‘Making Moves’ to inform public with Noblesville NOW communication plan
    3/23/2019 As construction begins on more Noblesville NOW projects, the City of Noblesville has created “Making Moves,” a robust communications plan to share progress reports and updates. The initiative is an ongoing effort that will better inform the public about these transformative projects.
    “Since launching Noblesville Now in 2018, we’ve laid the groundwork for several high-priority improvements that are important to our community’s future,” said Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear. “We’re excited to kick off ‘Making Moves’ as a collaborative effort to help residents, businesses and visitors stay up-to-date on our progress with these improvements.”
  • Two Sheridan H.S. students attend Sheridan Rotary leadership award program
    3/23/2019 The Sheridan Rotarians entertained two special young people this past Tuesday evening. Nolan Miller and Allacyn Rogers — both juniors at Sheridan High School — were chosen by school administrators to enhance their leadership skills by attending the annual Rotary Youth Leadership Awards program, also known as RYLA, at Camp Tecumseh in northern Indiana.
    Rotary Youth Leadership Awards is a leadership program coordinated by Rotary Clubs around the globe. Each year, thousands of young people participate in the program.
    Young people ages 13–30 are sponsored by Rotary Clubs in their communities and attend this leadership program which is run by the home club's district committee. This is the seventh year Sheridan Rotary has sent students to the two-day event.
  • Youth can build set, learn about theater in performing arts camp
    3/23/2019 It’s time to sign up for First Presbyterian Church’s Creative & Performing Arts Camp, in its second season.
    The five-day camp, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 10-14, is for children who have finished first through eighth grades. Family and friends are invited to a dinner at 6 p.m. June 14, with a final performance to follow, at the church, 1207 Conner St., Noblesville.
    “We’re looking forward to a fun and exciting time learning and developing new skills along with celebrating the love of Christ through song and dance,” said Anita Snyder, First Presbyterian Church youth director.  
    During the camp week, youth will create the set, design their own T-shirt, rehearse their lines, practice music, participate in devotionals, play games, and be provided with healthy snacks and lunches.
  • 3/23/2019 Hamilton County Community Foundation, an affiliate of Central Indiana Community Foundation, announced today grants totaling $75,000 will be awarded to eight not-for-profit organizations serving Hamilton County. The grants support health, education and transportation initiatives ensuring all Hamilton County residents have equitable opportunity to lead safe and healthy lives.
    The organizations and projects receiving funding are...
  • School celebrates fundraising with pie in teachers’ faces
    3/23/2019 Hazel Dell Elementary School physical education teacher Doug Atkinson took a pie in the face again and again on Friday afternoon alongside his fellow teachers.
    The pie-throwing was part of the school’s annual Jump Rope for Heart event that raised nearly $21,000 for the American Heart Association and had Indy 11 soccer players and mascots joining the part as guests.
    Over the past almost 20 years, the school has raised almost $350,000, Atkinson told the cheering student body, who eagerly awaited the pie throwing. 
    In the meantime, students were entertained by Indy Eleven soccer coach Martin Rennie (from Scotland), mascot, Zeke, and players Karl Ouimette and Tyler Pasher, who encouraged students to eat healthy, gave out high-fives and showed off their soccer-handling skills.
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