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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...

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Survey shows county is No. 1 in retirement readiness

By Mark Ambrogi   Hamilton County ranks No. 1 in Indiana median household wealth among counties but also in retirement readiness index. The survey was by SmartAsset.com, a financial technology website which provides dates for...

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Kroger Co. to host job hiring event this week

The Kroger Co.’s Central Division is hosting a job fair in Indianapolis, hiring associates for the following positions: Cashier, Utility Clerk, Grocery, Deli/Bakery, Produce, Meat, Executive and Sous Chefs, Pharmacy Technicians, Drug/General Merchandise, and...

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Column: Home sales up 5.6 percent

Commentary by Jim Litten With average home prices reaching $178,606, year-to-date sales prices increased by 5.6 percent in the nine counties that F.C. Tucker tracks. Tucker’s data indicates that seven counties experienced slightly higher...

ID Castings is at 1600 S. Eighth St. in Noblesville. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

ID Castings to add 250 jobs

By Sadie Reecer Noblesville’s 125-year-old foundry site at 1600 S. Eighth St. is continuing strong through its newest wind of restructuring, promising to add 250 local jobs by 2018. The Ohio-based ID Castings purchased...

From left: Eileen Barbour, Deputy Mayor Mike Hendricks, Mary Boden, Mayor John Distlear, Chuck Boden and Beth Hofmann prepare to cut the ribbon and open Boden’s Bakery. (Submitted photos) 0

Snapshot: Boden’s Bakery opens

Noblesville Mayor John Ditslear welcomed the city’s newest business, Boden’s Bakery at 185 Sheridan Road, with a ribbon cutting on Friday, May 15. The store offers a variety of breads, French puffs, pies, cheesecakes,...

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New memory care facility adding 55 jobs

By Sadie Reecer The Noblesville Common Council welcomed a new healthcare development, Poets Walk of Noblesville, with open arms at their April 28 meeting. The 37,000-square-foot project will serve the city as the first...

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Bond refinancing expected to save millions

By refinancing 10 bonds, the City of Noblesville is expecting to save a total of $14,672,701 in taxpayer dollars. Similar to mortgages and homeowners getting lower rates and interest costs, the city has taken...