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From left, back row: Legacy Keeper President Mary Ogle and Vice President Julia Blank. Middle row: Stuart, Duncan, Liam and Collin Blank. Front row: Legacy Keeper 2014 Junior Ambassadors Ava and Bella ConCannon. 0

Snapshot: Keeping the legacy

Legacy Keepers hosted “a glimpse into yesteryear with timeless beauties and riverboat floozies” on Oct. 12 at Logan Street Sanctuary, 1274 Logan St. The event included Victorian era old-fashioned fun, live music, refreshments, crafts,...

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Column: Bundling up those in need

Commentary by Cindy Benedict In 2004, three women from Carmel United Methodist Church started the Hamilton County Kids Coats drive with the help of the church and the Good Samaritan Network. Ten years later,...

Prevail employees encourage the public to wear purple and learn more about domestic violence for the rest of October. (Photo
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‘Go Purple’ campaign to raise awareness

Prevail, Inc., a Hamilton County-based non-profit organization advocating for victims of crime and abuse, is asking the community to “Go Purple” during National Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October. “Domestic violence has been in...

Sitting outside is a fall treasure. (Submitted photo) 0

Column: A forward, look back

The fall frenzy for outdoor living has arrived. Homeowners are squeezing every last ounce of incredible outdoor living into their lives in anticipation of winter’s inevitable hibernation. Family’s thirst to install projects so they...

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Five minutes with Diane Nevitt

By Melissa Hicks Diane Nevitt is the Hamilton County Historical Society museum director. She has been a resident of Noblesville for 70 years. What has been your best vacation and why? My youngest daughter...

Traditional sarcophagus of King David (Photo by Don Knebel) 0

Column: Who’s in David’s tomb?

A building south of the Armenian section of Jerusalem’s Old City is probably the only building on earth deemed holy by Jews, Christians and Muslims. The building also shows how historical realities can become...