Category: Cover Stories

For the past nine years, Jane Grimes has managed her career, being a mother of two and advocating for autism. “It’s hard to juggle. However, I know I’m a person that needs that intellectual challenge and to be around other people,” she said. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Increasing awareness

Jane Grimes’ goal is to raise awareness, support of autism in the community By Robert Herrington When Noblesville resident and advocate Jane Grimes’ daughter was diagnosed with autism at age 6, the statistics of...

Noblesville entrepreneur Khaled Soofy climbs mountains in Peru. Fitness and health have been important to him since he started martial arts at the age of 5. (Submitted photo) 0

Kickstarting his career

NHS graduate Khaled Soofy passed on the corporate world to create his own business Khaled Soofy made the decision in high school that he wanted to be an entrepreneur. “I had a mentor, a...

Noblesville High School senior Joe Wiegand was named to the All-State Orchestra for two instruments - violin and oboe - a feat that rarely happens. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Sweet music

Noblesville High School senior Joe Wiegand is making a name for himself with two instruments For the past 11 years of his life, Noblesville High School senior Joe Wiegand has played a musical instrument....

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Curtains up!

Belfry Theatre to show Midwest premiere of ‘Miracle of South Division Street’ Noblesville’s Belfry Theatre is making history – again – with another production from New York playwright Tom Dudzick. Beginning March 28, the...

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Additional amenity

Noblesville unveils plans for new park, extend downtown area West Gateway Park, the 6.4 acres between Ind. 19 and Logan and Conner streets, provides Noblesville with several opportunities – an economic catalyst, home for...

The Façade Grant Improvement Pro- gram was created in late 2007. There have been 38 projects including the Noblesville Visitor’s Center at 839 Con- ner St. (Submitted photos) 0

Revitalizing the Square

Façade grant program restores, improves city’s historic downtown  The City of Noblesville began its matching façade grant program in 2008. Since then, 38 projects have revitalized the downtown square for a total capital investment...

Executive director Susan Ferguson plays with Prevail’s mascot, Odle, a fully trained service dog that assists victims of crime and abuse. (Photo by Robert Herrington) AGE: RESIDENCE: NOBlESVIllE FAMILY: Husband, Rod Daughter, Alex, 19 Son, Eric, 15  1

Providing help

Executive director Susan Ferguson and Prevail serve growing number of victims On any given day, Susan Ferguson may be tasked with helping someone make a life-changing decision – to stay or leave, to seek...

Samantha, left, and Nicole Boram each spent their teenage years being active in the Hamilton County 4-H program. (Photos by Robert Herrington) 0

Family tradition

10-year 4-H members Nicole and Samantha Boram share their experiences March 1 is the deadline for youth grades 3 through 12 to enroll in the 2014 Hamilton County 4-H program. For Hamilton Southeastern High...

Noblesville Parks Director Brandon Bennett, left, and Asst. Parks Director Mike Hoffmeister look over plans for Eastside Park, a 200-acre undeveloped area near Klipsch Music Center. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

‘Living the dream’

New Parks Director Brandon Bennett grew up around Forest Park; now he is running it. When Brandon Bennett grew up in Noblesville, he lived on Woodview Drive in Monterey Village – two streets away...