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From left: Barb Weaver, Ginny Burt and Besty Bullis enjoy the wine tasting and conversation in the outdoor pavilion tent. 0

Snapshot: Cabaret at The Belfry 

The Belfry Theatre, 10690 Greenfield Ave., held its annual Cabaret Fundraiser event on Aug. 9 at the playhouse. The event began with appetizers, drinks and a silent auction in an outdoor pavilion tent before...

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Pharmakon plans expansion, more jobs

In September, the Noblesville Common Council unanimously approved an incentive deal that allowed a Carmel institutional pharmacy to move its growing drug repackaging operation to Noblesville’s Corporate Campus. At that time, Pharmakon President Paul told...

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Noblesville Main Street taps new leader

Noblesville Main Street has hired Chris Owens has as the new executive director of the organization. Owens takes over the role in which he has recently served as interim director since June. “I’m excited...

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Conner, courts to be demolished

The process of the Boys and Girls Club of Noblesville taking possession of an underused property adjacent to its facility on North 17th Street is closer to completion after the Noblesville Common Council approved...

The Nickel Plate Arts Initiative is one of four recipients of a 2014 Primacy of Place Community Award presented by Ball State University. The awards recognize innovative approaches to improving quality of life for residents, visitors and businesses. From left: Dan Domsic of the Town of Fishers, Alaina Shonkwiler of Noblesville’s Economic Development Dept., Nickel Plate Arts Executive Director Aili McGill, John Fallon of Ball State University and Cindy Benedict, manager of Vision Noblesville. (Submitted photo) 0

Nickel Plate wins BSU award for initiatives  

Nickel Plate Arts Initiative, which serves eastern Hamilton and southern Tipton counties, is one of four recipients of the 2014 Primacy of Place Community Awards by Building Better Communities, the outreach and engagement division...

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Opinion: Chaucie’s Place needs your help

Chaucie’s Place is expanding its Smart Steps: A Body Safety Program for Children and it needs your help to reach as many students as possible. The program is a regional prevention-and-education effort that teaches elementary...

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Opinion: Police state of mind

Ostensibly because of the enormous U.S. investment in military gear during these past many years to support wars in the Middle East, many municipal police forces are flush with all matter of equipment designed...

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IU Health Saxony increases cancer detection

IU Health Saxony, 13000 E. 136th St., Fishers, is now providing the latest in imaging technology for breast cancer screening – Hologic 3D Mammography. 3D mammography produces a three-dimensional view of the breast tissue...