Category: Cover Stories

Longtime Noblesville business owner Jim Wafford will serve as the Christmas Parade grand marshal on Nov. 30. The parade begins at 2 p.m.. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Christmas kickoff

Parade grand marshal Jim Wafford and week of festivities to start holiday season in Noblesville It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas and the City of Noblesville, Noblesville Main Street, the Noblesville Chamber...

Robert Livingston (Doug Lintner), Benja- min Franklin (Duane Leatherman) and Roger Sherman (Marc Walter) sing “But, Mr. Adams” during the Nov. 12 rehearsal of “1776” at Ivy Tech’s Noblesville campus. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 1

Making history

Belfry Theatre moves to Ivy Tech for ‘1776 The Musical’ production American history comes to life in the witty and compelling Broadway musical “1776,” presented by the Belfry Theatre Nov. 21 through 30. It’s...

Ron Wilson served six years in the Navy during the Vietnam War and has been working decades for his fellow soldiers and their families in Noblesville. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Saluting our soldiers

After serving in the Navy, Ron Wilson volunteers his time to create organizations, help veterans For some, Veterans Day is a somber reminder of loved ones who made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation....

During the summer, Lisa Herrmann worked to start her new indoor cycling business while her husband, Jason, remodeled an old house to expand his veterinary clinic. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

His & Hers

Husband expands clinic, wife opens new business in Noblesville Within one month, “Team Herrmann” – husband and wife, Jason and Lisa Herrmann – has expanded one veterinary clinic and opened a new specialty fitness...

Clockwise from top: The Gutreuter family, including Nick, Dakota, Brian, Noah, Katie and Wen. They release balloons every Oct. 15 to remember Emily Grace, who died in 2005. The family also started doing random acts of kindness in 2012. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Paying it forward

Gutreuter family turns tragedy into ‘Random Acts of Kindness’ For six years, Oct. 15 was a date that one Noblesville family despised seeing on the calendar. It was on that day in 2005 that...

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Unbalanced budget

Noblesville’s 2014 budget calls for $588k in deficit spending Even with a general fund of $37.16 million, Noblesville will have to dip into its cash reserves as the proposed 2015 budget falls $588,204 in...

As an archer, Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Director Al Patterson said he is excited about the opportunities avail- able at Strawtown Koteewi Park and especially the newly opened Koteewi Range. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Taking aim

Strawtown Koteewi Park sets sights on becoming county’s newest destination, starting with archery ranges Described as the “best-kept secret in Hamilton County,” Hamilton County Parks Director Al Patterson is eager to let the cat...

More than 250 shows have been per- formed at The Belfry Theatre, 10690 Greenfield Ave., including “Titanic: The Musical” in February 2012. (File photo) 0

The gold standard

The Belfry Theatre celebrates 50 years of entertainment Elaine Wagner was teaching part-time at Conner and Forest Hill elementary schools in the early ’70s when she first became involved with the Belfry Theatre. “I...

Hazel Dell, Hinkle Creek and North el- ementary schools recently unveiled new Project Fit America outdoor equipment to students. Abby Pittman uses the pull-up bar. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Healthier Hoosiers

Noblesville Schools is the only district in state with Project Fit America equipment Elementary students always look forward to time on the playground and because of a community effort the options to increase their...