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  • 12/10/2019 INDIANAPOLIS – Monthly real estate stats from F.C. Tucker Company indicate that home sales continue climbing, while home prices increase and homes continue leaving the market more quickly. The November 2019 average home sale price increased to $225,545 compared to November 2018. Year-to-date, average sales price increased to $225,082 for the 16-county central Indiana region. Pended home sales increased 6.3 percent, and home inventory decreased by 7.0 percent.
    Pended sales continued to increase last month. In November 2019, 2,674 central Indiana homes were purchased, up from 2,515 sold in November 2018. Specifically:
  • Life on the Dark Side
    12/10/2019 With a logo of The Force that Wakes You, Dark Side Roasters officially opened its pop-up drive-thru at Alexander's on the Water in Cicero last weekend. Melissa and Brad Bernero swung by Saturday for coffee and hot cocoa served up by Christian Travis. Stop by and check out their selection of specialty beverages and food. Winter hours are: M-F 6 a.m.-4 p.m. and Saturdays 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. For more information go to: www.darksideroasters.com
  • 12/10/2019 The Noblesville Fire Department (NFD) is proud to announce it is collaborating with the Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County (SCHC) to launch a new service for the citizens of Noblesville. The Noblesville Senior Outreach Program is designed to help provide certain in-home services that senior adults need. The program is voluntary, free of charge, and is customizable to the needs and desires of the citizen and can include: NFD personnel performing a safety inspection of the home to check for fire and health hazards specifically targeting slip and trip hazards, checking and replacing smoke detector batteries, installing replacement smoke detectors or carbon monoxide detectors if needed, and installing exterior key lockboxes. 
    If further services are requested, NFD can connect citizens with the Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County. According to the SCHC website, “Shepherd’s Center of Hamilton County provides programs to promote and support independent lifestyles for seniors in Hamilton County. Our vision is to be known throughout Hamilton County as a trusted resource for connecting seniors with beneficial programs to support their independence. Through our programs, seniors have the opportunity to connect with services or to other individuals that will help enrich independent lifestyles.” 
    Fire Chief Greg Wyant added, “Statistically, roughly 10% of our call volume comes from slips, trips, and falls. Of those falls, approximately 75% are from residents 55 and older. NFD began developing this program several months ago and I am proud that it is now finalized and being officially launched. It will allow us to help the seniors in our community remain independent by proactively identifying and fixing issues in their homes or referring them to SCHC.” To date, NFD has successfully completed four in-home visits. 
  • 12/10/2019 Is there ever a week that’s not busy in Hamilton County? Apparently not, and last week was a perfect example.
    It began with the news that Noblesville’s Steve Dillinger, the dean of county commissioners, was named by the Indiana Association of County Commissioners the 2019 outstanding County Commissioner.
    Dillinger is the longest standing county commissioner currently serving, the organization said. He went into office in 1980. At that time, the population of Hamilton County was 82,000. It has now grown almost 400 percent to more than 300,000.
    His co-workers in Hamilton County said the honor was merited.
    "I have been fortunate to work with Steve,” fellow commissioner Mark Heirbrandt said. “It takes a special individual to dedicate the time, develop a vision, build consensus and promote teamwork. Steve Dillinger has focused his heart and soul on making Hamilton County a great place to live, work and raise a family!"
  • 12/10/2019 STATEHOUSE— The Indiana Senate is now accepting applications for the 2020 Senate Page Program.
  • 12/10/2019 The Carmel Clay Historical Society is hosting a children’s reading and activity evening at the Monon Depot Museum.
  • 12/10/2019 Legislative Breakfast: 2020 Legislative Session Preview
  • Student-proposed Art Wall underway at Fishers’ Brooks School Park
    12/10/2019 A new piece of public art proposed by local high school students is currently under construction at Fishers’ Brooks School Park (11780 Brooks School Road, Fishers).
  • Festival of Trees Kicks up a Notch with Trees by Night
    12/10/2019 The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) is upping the wow factor of Festival of Trees with Trees by Night. Guests can experience the holiday enchantment, Dec. 16 through 23, when the Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, located at 450 W. Ohio St. in downtown Indianapolis, stays open until 8 p.m.
  • Vandalism at Christkindlmarkt
    12/10/2019 In the early morning hours of Sunday, Dec. 8, 2019, the suspect(s) entered and vandalized one of the stores at the Christkindlmarkt.
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