NFD Responds to Multiple Fires

Noblesville Fire Department’s (NFD) crews responded to 2 separate fires in less than 12 hours on Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning. The first fire was dispatched as a possible lightning strike at 3:41 p.m. on Monday, June 13th. NFD responded to the residence fire at 554 N. 18th Street. The first crews to arrive reported…

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In Major Win for Hoosiers, Attorney General Todd Rokita Secures Participation of All Indiana Communities in $507M Opioid Settlement

Attorney General Todd Rokita has successfully brought together every Indiana city, town and county to participate in a historic $507 million settlement that will bring massive relief to Hoosiers struggling with the devastating effects of the opioid epidemic. “Today marks a milestone victory in our battle against drug addiction,” Attorney General Rokita said. “This scourge…

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State Bank Announces New Vice President of Treasury Management

State Bank, an independently owned and operated community bank announced it has hired Casey Spencer as Vice President of Treasury Management. Spencer joins the bank with more than 12 years of experience in banking specializing in treasury management and business development. In her new role, Spencer will provide product solutions and treasury expertise to develop…

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Reader Questions School Board Leadership

Dear Editor, I’m writing to express my support for House Bill (H.B.) 1130. Throughout 2021, Noblesville School Board President Joe Forgey repeatedly used his position as the supreme judge to determine what was and was not acceptable speech at school board meetings to silence parents and taxpayers whose comments he disliked. Forgey regularly interrupted people…

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Community First Bank Of Indiana Celebrates Opening Of New Meridian North Banking Center

Community First Bank of Indiana (CFB) is pleased to announce that its newest banking center at 93rd & Meridian in Indianapolis is now open. “While many banks have been closing doors and moving away from in-person banking services, CFB is committed to keeping outstanding customer service, local decision-making, and relationship-building at its core. I encourage…

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Elected Officials Helping Out In Snow Storm

Commissioner Mark Heirbrandt and Hamilton County Councilor Steve Schwartz suit up to help out in Northern Hamilton County by plowing the streets and the Town of Arcadia Fire Department’s station’s parking lot. “It’s a privilege to help first responders. After being out in the thick of it I can say that our teams are working…

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Rep. Spartz Introduces Freedom To Repair Act

Representatives Victoria Spartz (R-IN) and Mondaire Jones (D-NY) introduced the Freedom to Repair Act, legislation to protect the right to repair the things we own. Currently, some companies, ranging from Big Tech to Big Ag, are abusing copyright law to deny people the right to repair their own devices or take them to locally-owned repair…

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