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  • 3/10/2018 WASHINGTON — A Fishers immigration attorney was sentenced today to 75 months in prison for defrauding the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and more than 250 of his clients by filing fraudulent visa applications and reaping approximately $750,000 in illegitimate fees.
    Acting Assistant Attorney General John P. Cronan of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division said Joel Paul, 45, of Fishers, Indiana, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Jane E. Magnus-Stinson of the Southern District of Indiana. In addition to the prison sentence, Judge Magnus-Stinson sentenced Paul to serve three years of supervised release, and ordered that he pay up to $750,000 in restitution to his victims. In November 2017, Paul pleaded guilty to one count each of mail fraud, immigration document fraud, and aggravated identity theft in connection with a scheme to submit fraudulent U-visa applications. 
  • 3/7/2018 INDIANAPOLIS – Copper Trace, Westfield, and The Reserve at Hamilton Trace, Fishers, both received the Customer Experience Awards, along with their parent company CarDon & Associates.
    CarDon & Associates is the recipient of Pinnacle Quality Insight's 2018 Customer Experience Award. Twelve CarDon communities throughout Indiana received the award for a continued dedication to providing best-in-class senior healthcare services.
    Recipients of the Pinnacle Customer Experience Award place a strong emphasis on ensuring the individual needs of every resident are met. Over the course of 2017, a sampling of CarDon's residents and their families participated in monthly telephone interviews that included open-ended questions as well as the opportunity to rate a CarDon community in specific categories.
  • 3/7/2018 The Hoosier Rails to Trails Council has contacted Hamilton County mayors, commissioners, and council members to offer assistance developing a rail-with-trail along the Nickel Plate corridor.
    The council sent letters to representatives of the city and county owners of the Nickel Plate Railroad, Fishers, Noblesville, and Hamilton County, offering the organization’s assistance in developing the
    Nickel Plate Trail project into a rail-with-trail, instead of a trail-only. The letter invites the owners to schedule a meeting with HRTC to discuss the proposal in more detail.
  • 3/3/2018 PLAINFIED – SHAMROCKBOTICS, Westfield High School’s robotics team, is scheduled to compete in the annual FIRST Robotics competition March 24-25 at Plainfield High School.
    The SHAMROCKBOTICS team will be joined by TechHOUNDS, from Carmel High School, and TigerDynasty, from Fishers.
    FIRST, For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, aims to achieve a cultural change by inspiring young people to be science and technology leaders. March 24-25, thousands of students, parents, teachers and industry professionals will convene at Plainfield High School for the Toyota-sponsored competition. More than 3,600 high school teams worldwide will participate in the FIRST Robotics Competition this year.
    Teams will use alliances of three robots work to outscore their opponents by placing 13-inch cubes on two- and six-foot-tall scales; they get points for the amount of time they own the scales. Each match is 150 seconds long.
  • 3/3/2018 INDIANAPOLIS – The 500 Festival, a nonprofit organization providing life-enriching events and programs that celebrate the legacy of the Indianapolis 500, today announces the three college-aged women from Hamilton County who have been selected as 2018 500 Festival Princesses.
    The 2018 500 Festival Princesses from Hamilton County are:
    • Natalie Cole, Westfield, a graduate of Westfield High School and a junior at Butler University majoring in Violin Performance with emphases in Music Theory and Music History.
    • Alexis Skelton, Westfield, a graduate of Westfield High School and a senior at the University of Southern Indiana majoring in Biology (Pre-medical) and Spanish with a minor in Health Administration.
    • Natalie Murdock, Fishers, a graduate of University High School of Indiana and a sophomore at Purdue University majoring in Public Health with a concentration in Social and Behavioral Sciences and a Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
  • 3/2/2018 Deputies with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to the intersection on Ind. 32 and Cyntheanne Road at 2:45 p.m. on reports of a crash with one vehicle on fire.
    Deputies report a white 2004 Dodge Ram truck, driven by David Crane III, age 18 of Fishers, was southbound on Cyntheanne Road at the intersection with Ind. 32. Brandon Park, age 23 of Fishers, was traveling eastbound on Ind. 32 in a brown 2001 Buick LeSabre. When the Ram entered the intersection, it struck the LeSabre causing it to run off the road where it struck an electric fence. 
  • 2/28/2018 INDIANAPOLIS - Sweaty palms and racing hearts will engulf 190 high school students participating in the state finals for the Indiana High School Mock Trial program, March 3 - 4, 2018, in Indianapolis.
    Teams from Carmel, Fishers and Hamilton Southeastern high schools will participate.
    Students will litigate a fictitious criminal case involving the use of social media to incite criminal activity. Each of the teams will alternate as the plaintiff and defense through four rounds of trials in the competition. Each trial lasts a maximum of three hours. The top-two teams will make their case in the Indiana Supreme Court courtroom in the final trial with Supreme Court Justice Steven David presiding. 
  • 2/28/2018 FISHERS – Two juniors from Fishers High School are the winners of the 2018 Project Pigasus, a statewide screenwriting competition for students in grades 9-12 presented by Pigasus Horizons, Inc., in collaboration with Bloomington, Ind.-based film company Pigasus Pictures. 
    Co-writers Whitney Roberts and Cynthia Foulke were unveiled as the 2018 winners for their screenplay “As We Begin” during a surprise announcement with Pigasus Pictures at Fishers High School on Monday.
  • 2/21/2018 FISHERS – Registration is now open for summer day camps running from May through August at Conner Prairie, one of the country’s most-visited outdoor history museums.
    Last year, 2,226 youth ages 5-15 spent a week at the museum, enjoying traditional camp activities and experiences devoted to specialty themes.
    Conner Prairie offers seven different summer day camp experiences, each one week in duration. Adventure Camp spans multiple weeks and offers typical summer camping activities to youth ages 5-15. Specialty camps focus on specific themes and are for youth ages 8-12. All camps begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m., with early drop-off and late pick-up options available at additional charges.
  • 2/21/2018 Fishers —GAI Consultants is opening its newest office location in Fishers, to better serve both new and longstanding clients, and to continue to expand the firm’s growing team of experienced professionals in Central Indiana.
    Fishers is GAI’s 25th office location and the firm’s third location in Indiana, along with Fort Wayne and Indianapolis.
    “This is a great opportunity—these are exciting times for growth in transportation and local development in Central Indiana. I look forward to serving new and existing clients while bringing on quality staff who share GAI’s vision for success,” said Mike Wenning, Transportation Services director/senior associate.
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