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  • Fishers youth named state’s top volunteer
    2/15/2018 INDIANAPOLIS – Vani Sharma, 11, of Fishers has been named one of Indiana's top youth volunteers of 2018 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a nationwide program honoring young people for outstanding acts of volunteerism.
    As a State Honoree, Vani will receive $1,000, an engraved silver medallion and an all-expense-paid trip in late April to Washington, D.C., where she will join the top honorees from each of the other states and the District of Columbia for four days of national recognition events. During the trip, 10 students will be named America’s top youth volunteers of 2018.
    Vani was nominated by Sand Creek Intermediate School in Fishers.
  • 2/12/2018 FISHERS – Admission to Conner Prairie is free Feb. 19 as the museum welcomes guests of all ages to celebrate President’s Day.
    Last year, a record crowd of 4,757 guests enjoyed the day’s events, which again this year will revolve around George Washington’s birthday. Fellow presidents and first ladies will gather to throw Washington a surprise birthday party and all guests are invited.
  • 2/1/2018 FISHERS – Comcast is teaming up with Fishers Parks & Recreation Department and the Fuel Tank at Fishers to present Olympic Night on Ice, 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Feb. 13 at the Fuel Tank, 9022 E. 126th St, Fishers. 
    The free Winter Olympic-themed event will provide Central Indiana residents and families with the chance to watch live demonstrations and learn more about how to get involved in local ice sports.
  • 1/30/2018 FISHERS – Designated the 2017 Money Magazine Best Place to Live, there’s no shortage of vibrancy or pride throughout the Fishers community. With great excitement, the City of Fishers and a diverse array of community partners are thrilled to announce Spark!Fishers.
    “When the City decided to spearhead a summer event in the Nickel Plate District, we wanted to create something community-led, first and foremost,” said Fishers’ Mayor Scott Fadness. “Spark!Fishers pays homage to the rich history of our community while celebrating how it has and will continue to ignite our future.”
  • FPD makes abuse arrest
    1/26/2018 FISHERS – Fishers Police detectives have arrested a woman for allegedly abusing a child in her care.
    Shannon E. Gillen, 27, Indianapolis, is charged with three felonies as a result of the investigation. She is in custody in the Hamilton County Jail.
  • Conner Prairie sets attendance records
    1/26/2018 FISHERS – Every year while her husband attends a conference in Indianapolis, Karen Ferri and her young daughter visit a host of central Indiana attractions. Last year, they added Conner Prairie to the list.
    “I remember, Nora missed our dog terribly so we spent a lot of time in Animal Encounters,” said the Troy, Mich., resident. “The staff was great to bring over animals for her to pet and suggest places that she might enjoy to visit on the grounds. Their knowledge and insight into the animals and their care was incredible. We had a very memorable experience and are coming back in May.”
  • 1/25/2018 FISHERS – The Fishers Police Department has scheduled its 34th “Citizen’s Police Academy,” a 12 week course offering “police style” training to our citizens.
    Some of the training will include: Crime Prevention/Neighborhood Watch, Bicycle Patrol, Criminal Law, Police Canine, Traffic Stops, Weapons Familiarization, Self Defense, Criminal Investigations, Evidence Collection, and Narcotics. The instructors will be police officers from the Fishers Police Department. Participants in the Citizen’s Academy are eligible complete a ride along with an on- duty Fishers Police Officer.
  • 1/23/2018 Fishers – Firefighters rescued a female victim from an icy pond in Britton Ridge neighborhood off Dillinger Lane around noon Tuesday.
    The victim called 911 stating her dog had fallen through the ice on the retention pond and couldn't get out. The victim told 911 operator she was going in after the dog in spite of demands not to by the operator.
  • Fishers shares first look at improved Nickel Plate District
    1/23/2018 Fishers – The City of Fishers has shared the long-awaited rendering of improvements coming to the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater. While construction is currently underway, the rendering highlights key improvements not only aesthetically, but experientially for concert-goers.
  • 1/12/2018 

    CARMEL – Thirteen Allstate agency owners – including six from Hamilton County – came together to secure a $13,000 Allstate Foundation Helping Hands grant to benefit the Children’s TherAplay Foundation.

    The grant will support Children’s TherAplay’s mission to provide children with special needs a foundation for developing life skills through horse therapy.

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