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  • 4/10/2021 Charles (Chuck) Kiphart, longtime Director of the Hamilton County Planning Department, will retire on Thursday, April 16th. Kiphart was hired in 1989 as the county’s first Director of the Planning Department. 
    “Back when I started, we didn’t have any rules or regulations,” Kiphart recalls. “The first thing the plan commission and the county commissioners had to do was create a comprehensive plan, following up with zoning and building ordinances.” 
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  • By The Numbers
    4/9/2021 BTN
    By The Numbers, a look at what’s in the news . . . by the numbers. These are just numbers, not suggestions that they mean more or less than what they are. We do not suggest that one number is connected to another. These are simply facts with no extraneous details, bias or slanted reporting. To borrow (and perhaps mangle a bit) a quote from legendary fictional detective Joe Friday, it’s just the numbers, ma’am!
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  • Be on lookout for roofing scams
    4/9/2021 With the warmer weather and summer storms, roofing scams become more common. This spring, BBB Scam Tracker is already receiving reports of shady “free” roof inspections. Homeowners should be on the lookout for these cons. 
    How the Scam Works 
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  • Fairies to take over Noblesville
    4/8/2021 From April 21-24, don’t be surprised if you hear a stampede of little feet and a rustle of gossamer wings in the Downtown Noblesville area. That’s because Nickel Plate Arts’ Welcome to Fairyville, sponsored by Parker Mortgage, is back for the ninth year. Artists and hobbyists are expected to display dozens of fairy houses on the Fairy Trail along the Riverwalk and around the historic courthouse square in Noblesville’s Cultural Arts District. 
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  • Week in Review
    4/7/2021 We are about just starting up the April month and it has already brought us so much to look forward to. Here’s a recap of some of the most memorable stories of the last week here in our beautiful Hamilton County.
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    SEVEN STUDENTS from Hamilton County were recently recognized as Indiana Academic All Stars.
    Brynn Baker of Noblesville, Morgan Guthrie of Arcadia, Grace Yang, Ray Gao and Safiya Sankari of Fishers and Rhea Acharya and Daniel Paavola of Carmel.
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  • Shovels turning dirt later today at old Marsh site
    4/6/2021 The west side of Noblesville is about to get a facelift.
    Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen will be joined today by city and county officials, as well as private industry partners, to break ground on the Cityscape Residential development, NEXUS.
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  • More egg huts, parks activities, more in our list of 25 things to do
    4/3/2021 Families still seeking Easter egg hunts will find them again this weekend in our list of 25 things to do:
    1. Hamilton County Parks offers a free spring break program on Rainforest topic, at 11 a.m. today at Cool Creek Nature Center in Westfield.
    2. Conner Prairie is now open for the season in Fishers, with outdoor excursions, a chance to meet costumed interpreters, climb to the top of the TreeTop Post and more. Visit www.connerprairie.org
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  • Big Move!
    4/2/2021 A lot of precious cargo was moved this week when the Human Society of Hamilton County left its Noblesville Home and headed to Fishers. Scott Hodgin, an employee with Two Men And A Truck, poses with a furry friend. 
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  • Lions are back to student eye testing
    4/1/2021 Recently, the Noblesville Lions Club started up KidSight; which is eye testing at the local elementary schools. Covid has put a damper on this work this past year. Lately they tested at the Play School at Arbor Village, and 46 students were screened for vision impairment. Photo above is of testers - Lions John Grimes, Dale Unger, and Robert Guilkey
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  • Daughter shares heartbreak of final year with mom
    3/31/2021 I remember when Anne Stevenson wanted to wish a “Happy 95th birthday” to her mom, Martha Stevenson.
    But Anne didn’t get to see her mom in person nor give her a birthday hug or kiss.
    She only got to see photos of her mom enjoying the cake and birthday gift that she sent.
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