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  • 3/22/2018 They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day — and the Wayne Fall Lions Club is serving it this weekend. 

    On Sunday, the club hosts its annual all-you-can-eat Palm Sunday Pancake Breakfast — a free-will donation meal that’s sure to get your day off on the right foot. 

    This year’s menu includes: sausage, bacon, eggs, coffee, juice, milk, cereal and, of course, pancakes. 

    Breakfast is scheduled to be served from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the Wayne-Fall Lions Club, located at 11940 E. 191st St.
  • 3/22/2018 

    Nickel Plate Road has scheduled an evening to promote candidates they are endorsing in the May 5 primary.

    Through two separate e-mails, the organization identified as Nickel Plate PAC announced that on April 12 candidates supported by the group will be present.

    In a separate e-mail, the group identifies the candidates as Brad Beaver, candidate for District 29 State Representative; Matt Milam, County Commissioner for District 1; Fred Glynn and Mark Hall, County Council districts 1 and 3 respectively; and Brian Baehl, Fall Creek Township Board.
    The event begins at 6 p.m. at the Mill Top Conference Center, 802 Mulberry St.

  • 3/22/2018 Hamilton County is included in a winter storm watch that goes into effect late Friday night and continues through Saturday evening.

    Heavy mixed precipitation is forecast for an area of central Indiana along and north of Interstate 74. According to the National Weather Service, total snow accumulations of three to six inches are possible. Localized amounts up to 8 inches,and ice accumulations of a light glaze are also not out of the question.

    Residents should plan on difficult travel conditions and significant reductions in visibility.
  • Superintendent delivers State of Schools address
    3/22/2018 Noblesville Schools will update all 10 of its schools this year, with new paving, roofing, playground equipment, HVAC systems and lighting.

    The district will develop sponsorship packages offering businesses and organizations an opportunity to support education in Noblesville.

    A communitywide planning committee will be formed to prepare celebrations and outreach for the district’s 150th anniversary to be commemorated during the 2019-20 school year.
    Noblesville Schools this summer will launch an online store to buy a wide variety of Miller clothing and spirit items.

    North Elementary and the City of Noblesville will introduce a community garden space to Noblesville this spring.

    All of these are among the new initiatives on the horizon at Noblesville Schools, Superintendent Beth Niedermeyer announced Wednesday during her 2018 State of the Schools address. She delivered her presentation at the Noblesville Chamber of Commerce luncheon at Harbour Trees Golf Club.
  • 3/22/2018 

    INDIANAPOLIS – The state agency charged with advocating for Hoosiers with disabilities is rolling out a new education initiative aimed at improving understanding and promoting inclusivity throughout Indiana. 

    The Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities has created a list of 31 tips on disability to be delivered daily throughout the month of March. Tips will be published through Facebook and Twitter and will educate on ways to promote the equality and inclusion of all Hoosiers.

    “The 31 tips initiative is new this year to Disability Awareness Month, and we’re excited to use it to help spread awareness and educate Hoosiers,” said Christine Dahlberg, the Governor’s Council executive director. “Publishing the tips on Facebook and Twitter will be a great way to get everyone involved, capitalizing on social media’s ever growing influence.”

    The initiative will be utilized during March as part of Indiana Disability Awareness Month. The month is crucial for educating the public, promoting acceptance and ending stereotypes regarding disabilities.

    While designed to serve as their own initiative, the 31 tips are also helping share the Disability Awareness Month theme: “Be Cool. We Are.” 

  • 3/22/2018 

    Carmel City Center has a lineup of new businesses coming this summer. Along with The Cake Bake Shop opening this fall, Carmel City Center will welcome Oliver’s Twist, Be.You.Tiful Nails and Addendum Gallery will move from their current location in Carmel City Center to a larger space in the new Baldwin & Chambers Building.

    Oliver’s Twist, a paper and gift store, is relocating to the Baldwin & Chambers Building in Carmel City Center this summer. The store offers a wide range of made in America items including greeting cards, boxed stationery, journals and wrapping paper. 

    Be.You.Tiful Nails will join current merchants, Endeavor Boutique, Graeter’s Ice Cream and the SEP Product Design Studio in the Nash Building along Range Line Road this summer, too. A full-service nail salon geared toward customer service and providing clients with a friendly, relaxed environment to escape and be pampered will have eight manicure stations and eight pedicure stations with a variety of menu options to choose from. Services include manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, dipping powder nails and eyebrow waxing. 

    Addendum Gallery, a home and lifestyle store, is doubling their square footage and expanding into a larger space in the new Baldwin & Chambers Building this summer. In addition to the current offerings, the new location of Addendum will bring with it more space for many more home collections including AERIN, Georg Jensen, celebrity favorite Dean Davidson Jewelry, Annie Glass, Baobob candles and the first Indiana shop-in-shop from Uno de 50 Jewelry.

  • Building a better future with 'Builders Club'

    This is Builders Week, the annual week-long recognition, awareness and celebration of the middle and junior high school arm of Kiwanis International that takes place the third full week of March. The faculty sponsors who lead Builders Clubs and their student members help build brighter, better futures for people in their communities and beyond on project at a time.

    Builders Club is the largest service organization for middle school and junior high students, with more than 45,000 members worldwide. The first Builders Club was chartered in 1975. Today, there are more than 1,600 clubs throughout the United States and around the world.

    “Many of our kids want to volunteer to help our community,” said HHMS faculty sponsors Kari Beery. “Students are often searching for ways to meet this requirement for other school organizations or youth groups. Builders Club is a great way to create a sense of community, engage students and help them see through their good works how much of a difference they can make.”

  • 3/22/2018 The City of Carmel, in conjunction with the nationwide effort to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, will join with VFW Post 10003 and American Legion Post 155 to honor local veterans with a special program. The “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans” ceremony will take place on March 27 at Legion Post 155, 852 W. Main St., in Carmel. The event will include 5:30 p.m. cocktails and a 6 p.m. dinner, with the program beginning at 6:30 p.m. 

    “We must never forget the grit and determination of our brave men and women nor should we ever stop paying respect to those who fought with honor and distinction in the name of freedom and democracy,” said Mayor Jim Brainard.
  • 3/22/2018 

    INDIANAPOLIS - Superintendent Douglas Carter has announced the promotion of Trooper Wade Heiny to the position of detective. Heiny will serve as an investigator for the Indianapolis District, which covers Marion, Hamilton, Hancock, Boone, Hendricks, Johnson and Shelby Counties, according to a press release.

    Trooper Heiny is a native of Gas City Indiana and a 2005 graduate of Mississinewa High School. Wade went on to receive a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Wabash College. After college he worked as a Care Coordinator for Midtown Community Health.

    In 2012 Heiny was accepted into the 72nd Indiana State Police Recruit Academy and he graduated in December of 2012. His first assignment was to the Indianapolis District where he patrolled on afternoon shift in Marion and Hancock Counties for more than five years.

  • 3/21/2018 

    A yellow level Travel Advisory has been issued for unincorporated roads in Hamilton County, effective Wednesday morning until further notice, a press release from the Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency reads. This is the lowest level of local travel advisory and means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation. Individuals should use caution or avoid those areas. Unincorporated roads are those roads maintained by Hamilton County, usually roads outside cities and towns.

    ?As a reminder with winter driving, reduce speeds, leave extra room between vehicles, make sure all windows are clear of snow and ice, turn on lights to increase visibility even during the day, allow extra time to reach a destination, and make sure to keep an emergency kit along with a fully charged cell phone handy. In case of a slide-off or crash, contact Hamilton County Public Safety Communications at 317-773-1282 or 9-1-1 for an emergency.

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