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  • Indiana Parkinsons Foundation making lives better
    1/20/2018 

    Imagine discovering a tremor in your hands, finding it increasingly difficult to maintain your balance, and noticing a progressive loss of basic muscle control.
    Now imagine there’s no test available to determine what’s wrong. Instead doctors have to eliminate everything else.
    That’s what Parkinson’s disease sufferers go through.

  • Woods wins Home Show tickets
    1/20/2018 Bill Woods, Noblesville, is the fourth winner of The Times Indianapolis Home Show Tickets Give-Away.
    Mr. Woods took a selfie holding The Times in prominent view, and e-mailed it to selfie@thetimes24-7.com. His photo was drawn, from those submitted, and he won two tickets to Home Show.
  • Ivy Tech launches five-year strategic plan
    1/20/2018 Ivy Tech Community College launched its five-year strategic plan this month, and now current and future students at the Noblesville campus can expect to earn high-quality certifications, certificates, and degrees with that plan.
    The five-year strategic plan’s: “Our Communities. Your College. Pathways for Student Success and a Stronger Indiana” vision is for Ivy Tech students to earn 50,000 high-quality certifications, certificates, and degrees per year aligned with the workforce. 
    Dr. Kathleen Lee, Ivy Tech Community College Chancellor, said she expects the new plan will work great at any Ivy Tech location. 
  • Moore running for sheriff
    1/19/2018 Eddie Moore officially filed his candidacy for Hamilton County Sheriff Friday.
    Moore has been a Hamilton County Sheriff's deputy since 1987. He received his bachelor’s degree from Anderson University and began his profession upon graduation.
    He has been assigned in all divisions of the department, including leadership positions in patrol, the jail – as both Assistant Jail Commander and Jail Commander – and in administration as public information officer, Professional Development and as the agency's first DARE officer, serving 10 years at Our Lady of Mount Carmel, St. Maria Goretti, Orchard Park Elementary and Sheridan Schools.
  • Ruckelshaus Calls for White River Caucus
    1/19/2018 STATEHOUSE — State Sen. John Ruckelshaus (R-Indianapolis) recently sent a letter to several state senators and representatives urging them to form a White River Caucus.
    The caucus would explore ways to enhance the value of the White River, which flows through central and southern Indiana.
  • 1/19/2018 

    INDIANAPOLIS – Jay Merrell, executive vice president for Industrial Dielectrics, will serve as secretary and treasurer, and Eric Douthit, partner at Church Church Hittle & Antrim, Noblesville, will begin a 3-year terms on the Legacy Fund Board of Directors.

    Merrell and Douthit are among several Hamilton County residents taking positions on community foundations under the umbrella of the Central Indiana Community Foundation.

  • Richardson sponsoring Adult Page Day
    1/19/2018 

    STATEHOUE – State Rep. Kathy Kreag Richardson (R-Noblesville) invites Hamilton County residents to join her for Adult Page Day Feb. 20, at the Statehouse.

    “Each year on Adult Page Day, I spend time with members of our community discussing the important issues affecting our area and the state,” Richardson said. “With this being my last session, this day will be especially meaningful for me. I hope a lot of people from Hamilton County are able to join me at the Statehouse on Feb. 20.”

  • Riley Oberhart Memorial Tournament comes back to Indianapolis
    1/19/2018 

    INDIANAPOLIS – The Second Annual Riley Oberhart Memorial Tournament is scheduled for Feb. 25, at the Niedhammer Events Center.

    The event is centered on the card game “Magic: The Gathering,” and is accepting players of all ages.

  • Tax forms available at Sheridan Library
    1/19/2018 

    SHERIDAN – Tis the season and the Sheridan Public Library will have a limited supply of state and federal tax forms available this year.

    Filing starts Jan. 29 this year, but often times the federal and state forms are sent out late to mid-February or later in many instances.

  • Another winner
    1/19/2018 

    Ruth Williams, Noblesville, is the second winner of The Times Indianapolis Home Show Tickets Give-Away. "The Times is all local. It’s where I find out what’s going on," Mrs. Williams said. The Times, in partnership with the Home Show, is giving away tickets from now until the final day of the show, Jan. 28. To win, all you have to do is take a selfie holding The Times in prominent view and e-mail it to selfie@thetimes24-7.com. Winners will be selected at random and if your selfie is published in The Times, you will receive two free tickets to this year's Home Show. Be sure to include your name, address, phone number and e-mail with the selfie so we can get you your tickets if you win.

  • Stemen wins Home Show tickets
    1/19/2018 

    Scott Stemen, Noblesville, is the third winner of The Times Indianapolis Home Show Tickets Give-Away.

    Mr. Stemen took a selfie, along with his daughter Grace, holding The Times in prominent view, and e-mailed it to selfie@thetimes24-7.com. His photo was drawn, from those submitted, and he won two tickets to Home Show.

  • ‘A place of quality’
    1/18/2018 

    WESTFIELD – It’s been 10 years since Westfield became a city, and it’s transformation from a crossroads at U.S. 31 and Ind. 32, to one of the fastest growing cities in the state has been remarkable.

    But the goal remains to make Westfield “a place of quality. A place that will attract people,” said Mayor Andy Cook, during his annual State of the City address to the Westfield Chamber of Commerce Thursday.

  • 1/18/2018 

    Candidates for Hamilton County offices, filing for the May 8 Primary Election.

  • Sixth-grader is still ‘loud, funny’
    1/18/2018 Addison Grubb is loud, extravagant and a bully. 
    In real life, the Noblesville East Middle School sixth-grader is “loud, funny and full of life,” her mom said.
    Some may know Addison from being half of the father-daughter duo of  “The Addie and Adam Show,” a 6-minute weekly commentary on their own YouTube channel or playing host to “Slushies with Addie,”, another YouTube show during which she interviews local “celebrities.”
  • Schwartz seeks return to council
    1/17/2018 

    Steve Schwartz, Hamilton County Council District 3, currently serving as Council President, is seeking re-election in the May 2018 Primary.

    Since 2003 Schwartz said he’s has helped create more than $50 million in surplus and rainy day funds for the County.

  • 1/17/2018 

    A video being shared on social media is said to show a Noblesville schools student chanting racial slurs through a bullhorn while wearing a Nazi flag.

    Officials at Noblesville Schools are questioning a student who reportedly appears in the video.

    The school district says the video wasn't taken on school property, during a school event or during school hours.

    The Times newsgathering partner WTHR reports the person seen yelling into the bullhorn is repeatedly shouting the "f-word" and "n-word."

  • Home Show Tickets winner
    1/17/2018 

    Barbara Cain, Noblesville, is the first winner of The Times Indianapolis Home Show Tickets Give-Away. “I love the Times. I’ve been reading it for years,” Mrs. Cain said. The Times The Times, in partnership with the Home Show, is giving away tickets from now until the final day of the show, Jan. 28. To win, all you have to do is take a selfie holding The Times in prominent view and e-mail it to selfie@thetimes24-7.com. Winners will be selected at random and if your selfie is published in The Times, you will receive two free tickets to this year's Home Show. Be sure to include your name, address, phone number and e-mail with the selfie so we can get you your tickets if you win. 

  • 1/17/2018 

    STATEHOUSE — State Sen. Mike Delph (R-Carmel) has authored and introduced Senate Bill 100, which has passed the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Transportation with a unanimous 6-0 vote.

    “(This is) a big win today for the family of Savannah Bettis,” Sen. Delph said. “Something good is happening out of a tragedy.”

     

  • 1/17/2018 

    WESTFIELD – Westfield Mayor Andy Cook will deliver the 2018 State of the City Address 11 a.m. Thursday at The Bridgewater Club, 3535 E. 161st St.

    The event will focus on Westfield’s 10-year anniversary being a city. The mayor will also highlight upcoming projects and developments.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

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