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  • 3/7/2018 INDIANAPOLIS – Copper Trace, Westfield, and The Reserve at Hamilton Trace, Fishers, both received the Customer Experience Awards, along with their parent company CarDon & Associates.
    CarDon & Associates is the recipient of Pinnacle Quality Insight's 2018 Customer Experience Award. Twelve CarDon communities throughout Indiana received the award for a continued dedication to providing best-in-class senior healthcare services.
    Recipients of the Pinnacle Customer Experience Award place a strong emphasis on ensuring the individual needs of every resident are met. Over the course of 2017, a sampling of CarDon's residents and their families participated in monthly telephone interviews that included open-ended questions as well as the opportunity to rate a CarDon community in specific categories.
  • Missing Westfield woman found in pond deceased
    3/6/2018 WESTFIELD — Tuesday detectives from the Westfield Police Department, with the assistance of the Noblesville Fire Department Dive team, located a vehicle submerged in a retention pond on Carey Road just north of 146th Street. The vehicle was a red Mitsubishi Eclipse. A white female was found deceased inside of the vehicle. The Hamilton County Coroner has identified the deceased as Nancy Gillett who was reported missing on February 26th 2018. The family has been notified.
    Det. Greg Marlow was canvasing the area of Carey Road, just north of 146th Street, when he noticed something that caused him to call for a dive team. The Noblesville Police Department Dive Team responded and recovered the body and vehicle.
  • Family desperate to find Westfield woman missing for a week
    3/6/2018 WESTFIELD (WTHR) – Silver Alerts for missing adults are often canceled within a few hours after being issued when the person is located. But that's not the case for a 73-year-old Westfield woman missing for a week now.
    Nancy Gillett is a wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and beautician in Carmel for over 40 years. The people who care most about her have no idea what happened to her or her red sports car. They hope talking about Nancy will catch the attention of someone who can help locate her.
    Her family believes Nancy left her home in Westfield sometime early last Tuesday morning in a 2003 red Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder convertible with a black top. Nancy's son, Mike Arnett, was the last to see her at her house just the night before. His mother's disappearance has consumed every waking moment.
  • Janus and Westfield Chamber pARTner to bring art to Westfield
    3/5/2018 WESTFIELD – Janus Developmental Services and the Westfield Chamber of Commerce are partnering to bring local art to Westfield.
    “After (the Chamber’s move to Main Street last August) we found that our space would be a good place to display art in our new storefront windows” said Jack Russell, chamber president. “Not only are we excited to partner with Janus, but it also brings more arts to Westfield and the downtown.”
    The artwork is done by clients of Janus and can be purchased at the chamber office. Each month the chamber will highlight an artist on social media as well. 
  • 3/3/2018 INDIANAPOLIS – The 500 Festival, a nonprofit organization providing life-enriching events and programs that celebrate the legacy of the Indianapolis 500, today announces the three college-aged women from Hamilton County who have been selected as 2018 500 Festival Princesses.
    The 2018 500 Festival Princesses from Hamilton County are:
    • Natalie Cole, Westfield, a graduate of Westfield High School and a junior at Butler University majoring in Violin Performance with emphases in Music Theory and Music History.
    • Alexis Skelton, Westfield, a graduate of Westfield High School and a senior at the University of Southern Indiana majoring in Biology (Pre-medical) and Spanish with a minor in Health Administration.
    • Natalie Murdock, Fishers, a graduate of University High School of Indiana and a sophomore at Purdue University majoring in Public Health with a concentration in Social and Behavioral Sciences and a Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
  • 3/3/2018 PLAINFIED – SHAMROCKBOTICS, Westfield High School’s robotics team, is scheduled to compete in the annual FIRST Robotics competition March 24-25 at Plainfield High School.
    The SHAMROCKBOTICS team will be joined by TechHOUNDS, from Carmel High School, and TigerDynasty, from Fishers.
    FIRST, For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, aims to achieve a cultural change by inspiring young people to be science and technology leaders. March 24-25, thousands of students, parents, teachers and industry professionals will convene at Plainfield High School for the Toyota-sponsored competition. More than 3,600 high school teams worldwide will participate in the FIRST Robotics Competition this year.
    Teams will use alliances of three robots work to outscore their opponents by placing 13-inch cubes on two- and six-foot-tall scales; they get points for the amount of time they own the scales. Each match is 150 seconds long.
  • Silver Alert still active for Westfield woman
    3/2/2018 WESTFIELD – A Silver Alert for 73-year-old Nancy Gillett, Westfield, is still active.
    Nancy Gillett was last seen Monday, Feb. 26, 2018, in Westfield.
    She is described as being 5 feet tall, 105 lbs., has gray hair and brown eyes and may need medical attention.
    Nancy Gillett last seen wearing a black coat, black pants and light colored shoes.
    The vehicle that she drives is a red 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse with a black convertible top - Indiana plate 228LXY.
    If seen please contact your local police agency, 911 or the Westfield Police Department at (317) 773-1300.
  • 3/1/2018 A Statewide Silver Alert has been declared for a missing Westfield Woman.
    The Westfield Police Department is investigating the disappearance of Nancy S. Gillett.
    Gillett is a 73 year old white female, 5 feet tall, 105 pounds, gray hair, and brown eyes.
    She was last seen Monday, February 26, 2018 in Westfield, and is believed to be in extreme danger and may require medical assistance.
    She was last seen driving a red 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse convertible Indiana plate 228LXY.
    If you have any information on Nancy S. Gillett, contact the Westfield Police Department at 317-773-1282 or 911.
  • 2/26/2018 INDIANAPOLIS – Westfield Washington Schools and Carmel Clay Schools are recipients of the 2018 Digital Learning Grants, presented by the Indiana Department of Education.
    This year’s grants offer up to $75,000 in support for districts developing a new focus for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) instruction, or computer science, within their existing digital learning environment.
    “Maintaining a focus on STEM activities in today’s educational environment is vital to preparing students for their future success,” said Dr. Jennifer McCormick, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
  • 2/17/2018 WESTFIELD — Prevail, an advocacy organization for victims of crime and abuse in Hamilton county, is partnering with Westfield High School in an “Orange Out” at the Feb. 20 boys’ basketball game to promote awareness of teen dating violence.’
    Orange is the color of Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, which takes place during February. The game will start at 6 p.m. and feature special giveaways from Prevail for attendees.
    One in three adolescents is a victim of physical, emotional, or sexual abuse from a dating partner. Only 30 percent of these teens ever tell anyone else about the abuse.
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