Latest update on the power outages at East Middle School and the Freshman Campus reports that power will not be restored until approximately 2:30 p.m. Therefore, students will be dismissed from their alternate sites today at the regular dismissal time. Parents of East Middle School students: *BUS RIDERS will be dismissed at the usual time from West Middle School on [...]
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Please be sure to attend Mom’s Nite Out sponsored by Indiana Vein Specialists at Clay Terrace in Carmel this Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. Makeovers, entertainment, fashion tips, food sampling, cocktails, goody bags, prizes and more await you!
Food and art. An unusual duo? Perhaps, few people would consider those two items a noteworthy combination. Yet, for the Hamilton County Arts Association, food and art are adding up to a winning combination. On Friday, the HCAA will open its annual “Bon Appétit” Art Show and Noblesville Restaurant Art Demonstration. As artist Patty Mac Innis explained, this year’s show [...]
**UPDATE** A Travel Watch has been issued for Hamilton County until 12 a.m. Saturday. During a Travel Watch only essential travel such as to and from work or in an emergency is recommended. Emergency action plans should be implemented by businesses, schools, government agencies, and other organizations. The White River, Cicero Creek and many other local waterways in Hamilton County [...]
The family of Travis Gaines credits Noblesville Police Officer Lt. Bruce Barnes with saving the life of their 18 year old on April 2. Gaines, a high school baseball player from Lexington, was on spring break in Destin, Fla. with his team when he misjudged the water depth and struck a sandbar – injuring his neck. Barnes, who was also [...]
Noblesville author Larry D. Sweazy has won the 2013 Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best Original Mass Market Paperback. The winning novel, “The Coyote Tracker,” is the fifth book in the Josiah Wolfe series. The Josiah Wolfe series has garnered several previous awards including back-to-back wins of the Will Rogers Medallion Award for Western fiction in 2011 and [...]
All schools and offices will be closed on Monday due to adverse weather conditions. At this time, the public forum scheduled for Monday evening is still scheduled.
Prevail, Inc., a Hamilton County-based non-profit organization advocating for victims of crime and abuse, is pleased to announce that Susan Ferguson has been named executive director effective April 15. Ferguson brings more than 15 years of supervisory and management experience in the nonprofit sector, including the past seven years as Clinical Director of S.A.F.E. Place in Battle Creek, Mich. where [...]
After operating a sister symphony since 2007 in Noblesville, the Anderson Symphony Orchestra will combine the two entities, holding all performances in Anderson beginning in the 2013-2014 season. Officials said the move is designed to attract a larger out-of-county audience to Anderson for performances, and enhance the overall customer experience through its partnership with the Historic Paramount. “We have heard [...]
The Noblesville Police Dept. responded to 12 motor vehicle crashes during the overnight snowfall on March 5 and 6. NPD Spokesman Lt. Bruce Barnes said following too closely and excessive speed were cited as the most common contributing factors to the majority of the crashes. At 9:31 a.m. March 6, Noblesville police officers and firefighters responded to a complaint of [...]