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Column: Home sales up 5 percent

Commentary by Jim Litten With average Central Indiana home prices reaching $185,529 in July 2015, home sale prices are up 5.3 percent compared to July 2014. Eight of the nine counties that F.C. Tucker...

The Smith House, formerly known as the Kyle House, sits at 444 Lafayette Rd. (Submitted photo) 0

Smith House equipped to hold various events

By Mark Ambrogi For Stephanie Smith, the possibilities for events at the Smith House are endless. Smith has a two-year lease on the house, which she said many Noblesville residents know as the Kyle...

Steve Hutchinson, left, and Andy Loper were at the Hometown Heroes event at the Noblesville O’Charley’s on Aug. 3. (Submitted photos) 0

O’Charley’s reopens after renovations

By Anna Skinner Renovations at O’Charley’s took place from July 27 to July 31. Their reopening allowed the first 50 guests to receive a free $9.99 meal. “The revitalization and reimaging plan features refurbished...

Terry Lee inside his Noblesville office. (Photo by Anna Skinner) 0

Terry Lee dealerships rank among the best

By Navar Watson Dealership owner Terry Lee always has a plan, and he always sticks to it. Now, he’s one of the most successful businessmen in Indiana. For the third year, Terry Lee Honda...

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The Rustic Spa opens

By Alexandria Eady The newly opened Rustic Spa of Noblesville is bringing locals a fresh and holistic take on wellness. As a Noblesville local herself, owner Gwen Niec has set out to provide spa...

From left: Janus President and CEO Christina Sorensen, Mark LaBarr, government and community relations manager for Duke Energy, and Debbie Laird, senior vice president of development and transportation at Janus. (Submitted photo) 0

Janus receives grant from Duke

Announced July 28, Janus Developmental Services, Inc. has been awarded a $5,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation in support of the organization’s Community Employment program. The funding will assist individuals with disabilities to...

From left: Curt Osweiler of Express Employment Professionals; Noblesville Chamber of Commerce President Bob DuBois; Ray Adler, attorney; Greg Goff, vice president of Community First Bank; Casey Arnold, vice president of Community First Bank; Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear; Community First Bank President Robb Blume; Jannell Bunnell, loan assistant at Community First Bank; Craig Huffman, Community First Bank CFO; and Vance Hodges, vice president of Community First Bank. (Submitted photos) 0

Community First Bank opens its doors

Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear joined Community First Bank of Indiana President and CEO Robb Blume and his employees for the grand opening of a Loan Production Office in Noblesville July 16. “We have been doing...