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Noblesville City Hall stands behind Mayor John Ditslear while on the roof of HMC Screen Printing, 954 Conner St. (Photos by Robert Herrington) 0

Keep on keeping on

City sets sights on new projects to continue momentum Despite numerous awards as a best place to live, raise a family and retire to, Mayor John Ditslear isn’t letting the city sit idle and...

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(not) Home for the holiday

Residents share their stories about working on Christmas   Matt Boudreau Noblesville Police Officer Crime never takes a day off and neither do police officers. “It’s the way things are. Time off, especially holidays,...

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A major pest

Emerald Ash Borer infestation causes tree, budget problems A small green insect, roughly the size of a quarter of a penny, is causing major environmental and budgetary issues for the City of Noblesville. Noblesville...

Lauren and Tim Parker check lights on a tree at their home, 1374 Maple St. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Homes for the Holiday

Noblesville Preservation Alliance expands Twelve Houses of Christmas historic neighborhood driving tour  The Noblesville Preservation Alliance is looking to literally brighten the holiday season with the organization’s Twelve Houses of Christmas program. In its...

From left: 2013 Enterprise Awards winners
Alaina Shonkwiler, Jeff Bragg of
Noblesville Schools, Jay Merrell of IDI Composites
International, Darren Peterson
and Laurie Dyer of T&T Sales and Promotions.
(Photo provided by Lauren Trisler). 0

Enterprise awards

Chamber, city honor year’s best and brightest Business Person of the Year – Darren Peterson, Peterson Architecture A leap of faith and one dedicated lunch break helped Darren Peterson start his architecture firm 17...

Christmas Parade Grand Marshal Larry Stork, a resident of Noblesville since 1962, said his favorite tradition is watching the parade and then seeing the children in line for Santa’s House. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Saluting a servant

Grand marshal Larry Stork has been in public service for 33 years Being behind the wheel is a common occurrence for Larry Stork during city parades in Noblesville. For the past six years Stork...

With the help of Tammy Elmore, Charles Layton shares his life story and recounts his time as a prisoner of war. The book’s release coincides with the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean War. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Sharing his story

POW Charles Layton tells his life story and capture in memoir “If I die, who would care?” These sobering thoughts ran through the mind of 22-year-old Sgt. Charles Layton, a U.S. Army Ranger, as...

Shannon Heavilin, left, and Penny Witzke serve meals to families in need in downtown Indianapolis with City View organization. (Submitted photo) 0

A global impact

Helmer Scientific’s employees volunteer locally and internationally Helmer Scientific is about impact – the impact on the science industry to improve and save lives; the financial impact of being a growing business, leading manufacturer...

When Don Seal first began in the Noblesville Parks Dept. in 1992, Forest Park had only one playground and bathroom. (Photo by Robert Herrington) 0

Parks pillar

Noblesville Parks Director Don Seal announces his retirement after 21 years There are many ways to illustrate Don Seal’s impact on the City of Noblesville over the 21 years he’s led the parks department,...