Tailors Keep Busy This Prom season

It’s the first prom season since the pandemic that Ana Shull has been busy with prom dress alterations. There were no proms in 2020, there were proms with lots of Covid guidelines and rules in 2021, so a lot of kids didn’t go to prom. “But this year, the proms are on,” said Shull, who’s…

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Kiwanis Kite Flying Day Among 25 Things to Do

Here is our weekly list of 25 Things to Do in The Times: 1. Noblesville Farmers Market is open for the season 8 a.m. to noon Saturday at Federal Hill Commons in downtown Noblesville. Parking is offered at the nearby Mexican restaurant that was torn down, at BlueSky Commerce, both just west of the park,…

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Final Bus Stop Today as Parking Garage Opens

Hamilton County government employees — who’ve been shuttled on buses from the vacant Riverview Hospital-owned parking lot on the west side of White River for the past year — have a new, covered and consolidated place to park. The $11.5 million Hamilton County Parking Garage — that’s been under construction since May 2021 at the…

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Donate, Sell, Buy Odds, Ends at NPA Flea Market

Karen Huff has been antiquing and flea marketing for years. So when the Noblesville Preservation Alliance decided to offer a Flea Market during the pandemic in place of the annual Historic Home Tour three years ago, she was all in. “The process of hefting, hauling, scrubbing and polishing is well worth the satisfaction of passing…

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Where to Park When the Farmers Market Opens

What’s the Noblesville Farmers Market going to look like this season? Where are market-goers going to park? Will there be any handicapped-accessible parking? Will the restrooms remain open? How is the Farmers Market going to happen with construction work in progress? These are all questions that folks have been asking, being that the Noblesville Farmers…

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