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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...

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Apartments, growth cause enrollment issues

As Noblesville continues to become a destination for families to relocate to, the growth causes issues with city services and school enrollment. On Sept. 2, the Noblesville School Board and common council met to...

The intersections on Ind. 37, such as at 146th Street would be changed to roundabout interchanges in a $243 million proposed project to relieve traffic congestion. (Submitted rendering) 0

Council hears Ind. 37 traffic solution

Hamilton County officials have a proposal to reduce traffic congestion and travel times along a six-mile stretch of Ind. 37 between Fishers and Noblesville by creating a freeway with roundabout intersections similar to Keystone...

Kincaid House at 106th and Kincaid Drive will be located to land donated by Navient. 0

Kincaid house has new home

By Beth Clark  The Kincaid House, the 19th-century brick Italianate farmhouse at the corner of 106th Street and Kincaid Drive that was threatened with demolition June 9, will have a new address on land...

The Nickel Plate Arts Initiative is one of four recipients of a 2014 Primacy of Place Community Award presented by Ball State University. The awards recognize innovative approaches to improving quality of life for residents, visitors and businesses. From left: Dan Domsic of the Town of Fishers, Alaina Shonkwiler of Noblesville’s Economic Development Dept., Nickel Plate Arts Executive Director Aili McGill, John Fallon of Ball State University and Cindy Benedict, manager of Vision Noblesville. (Submitted photo) 0

Nickel Plate wins BSU award for initiatives  

Nickel Plate Arts Initiative, which serves eastern Hamilton and southern Tipton counties, is one of four recipients of the 2014 Primacy of Place Community Awards by Building Better Communities, the outreach and engagement division...

From left: Noblesville Parks Director Brandon Bennett, Park Foundation President Ann Minnich, Deputy Major Mike Hendricks, Mayor John Ditslear and resident Joyce Scott unveil the name of the city’s next park at the July 31 summer concert at Forest Park. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Federal Hill selected as new name

The future 6.4-acre park will be just west of the White River in the area bordered by Ind. 19, Conner Street/Ind. 32, and Nixon and Logan streets will no longer be known as West...