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  • 1/21/2020 The latest in a long line of five-year plans to help determine the future public outdoor recreation needs of all Indiana residents and plan for that future is available from the Department of Natural Resources.
  • 1/21/2020 Makes 2020 Ballot with Signatures Collected from All 92 Counties
    INDIANAPOLIS – Today, Governor Eric Holcomb officially filed his candidacy for reelection as Indiana’s governor, filing petition signatures from Hoosiers in all of Indiana’s 92 counties to earn a place on the 2020 ballot.
    “Indiana is on a roll and we’re not taking our foot off the gas,” said Governor Holcomb. “While the names on the ballot will be Suzanne’s and mine, we’re representing a statewide team that is mobilized, energized and organized for victory in Indiana. Teamwork will bring home the checkered flag on Election Day and teamwork will ensure we’re Putting People First for four more years.”
  • HHHS to Host Open House and Ribbon Cutting Celebration at New Athletic Center
    1/21/2020 Arcadia - The greater Northern Hamilton County community is invited to attend a special Open House and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Thursday, Jan. 30 beginning at 5 p.m. at Hamilton Heights High School.
    Hamilton Heights School Corporation in cooperation with the Board of School Trustees, faculty, staff, and project professionals are excited to share in the completion of the building’s new state-of-the-art North Vestibule addition. The over 13,000 square-foot addition features spaces Hamilton Heights will utilize for athletic events. The concourse provides for a large group gathering as you enter a swim meet, wrestling, or basketball event. It features a Hospitality Room for our visitor coaches and officials, new athletic offices, a new central concession counter and kitchen. New training area is near the gym for convenience and/or emergencies. Our new space also includes a new storefront for the "Husky Fan Shop." This space will allow our students, who manage the store, a place to showcase Husky items for sale to the public.
  • 1/21/2020 Pursuant to IC 5-14-1.5-6.1(b)(5), the Hamilton County Airport Authority will meet at 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 24, 2020 at the Indianapolis Executive Airport, 11329 E. State Road 32, Zionsville, IN.
  • 1/21/2020 Pursuant to IC 5-14-1.5-5 (a) The Hamilton County Board of Commissioners will meet at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2020 in the Conference Room at the Hamilton County Highway Department, 1700 South 10th Street Noblesville, Indiana.
  • 1/21/2020 Fishers - Judge Dan Henke will lead a ceremony to swear in nine members of the Fishers City Council just ahead of the January City Council meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
  • Fishers Test Kitchen welcomes King Dough Pizza owners Adam and Alicia Sweet to The Yard
    1/21/2020 Fishers - Southern-inspired comfort food will be on the menu beginning next month when Fishers Test Kitchen and partners Sun King Brewing open their doors at the new culinary complex, The Yard at Fishers District.
    Indianapolis’ King Dough Pizza owners Adam and Alicia Sweet will launch their newest concept, Natural State Provisions, at the City of Fishers’ new restaurant accelerator, along with offerings from Korave Korean BBQ and Lil Dumplings. Natural State Provisions will replace West Coast Nook, after Chef Leisha Berg decided to step away from the project.
  • 1/21/2020 ALLIANCE, OH - More than 500 volunteers made up of students, faculty, staff and community members participated in the 2019 Dr. Martin Luther King Day of Service at the University of Mount Union.
    There were a total of 24 different locations across Alliance and surrounding communities with 30 service projects available to the volunteers. Victoria Frazeur, of Fishers, IN volunteered during the three-hour community service event.
  • Week in Review
    1/21/2020 Changes in parking dominated the weekly news as shoppers, workers and visitors to downtown Noblesville get used to the changes in parking regulations. In addition to that, a great group of 25 people connected to Noblesville Schools were named to a very select and prestigious honor. And, as always, there were a lot of happenings going on in Noblesville and Hamilton County.
    Parking in downtown Noblesville is simpler once the new parking ordinance went into effect this week, according to city officials. The changes include adjusting hours of enforcement, location of free and time-restricted spaces and new short-duration spots.
  • Crouch joins Red Gold as they announce new partnership & renew pledge to American manufacturing
    1/20/2020 FISHERS (Jan. 18, 2020) – Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch will join the Red Gold senior executive team on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020, as they announce a major new partnership titled, "Red Gold: The Next Decade."
    Red Gold officials will be joined by their two national partnership organizations to provide further details of the agreement and how their collective efforts will benefit veterans and military organizations, as well as Hoosiers.
    Lt. Governor Crouch will provide brief remarks on what this partnership means for the State of Indiana, and more broadly how this relationship will ensure we are creating an environment for veterans to live, work and thrive.
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