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Located north of Indianapolis Noblesville is home to both the Verizon Wireless Music Center and the Indiana Transportation Museum. The land where Noblesville is located today was purchased from American Indians in 1818. The area was named for James Noble, a state senator. The areas economy began to grow in the 1850's with the completion of the Peru and Indianapolis Railroads. Noblesville can claim both NASCAR drivers Bryan Clauson and Billy Wease as former residents.
Local Newspapers: The Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts & Pacers
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Towns/Cities near noblesville, indiana : Cicero Lapel Westfield Carmel Fishers
Church partners with Chick-fil-A; proceeds fund local nonprofits
Starting in March, Park Chapel Christian Church in Greenfield will become an official Chick-fil-A distribution point, where residents can buy lunch once a week knowing their dining choice will benefit local charities. It's all part of the mission Park Chapel, one of the county's largest churches, has adopted with its pay-it-forward campaign.Presidents Day freebies around Central Indiana
If parents and kids are looking for something to do, several museums in the area are offering free admission in celebration of the day we celebrate Presidents birthdays. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is usually closed on Mondays but will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today with free admission.App helps Noblesville students report threats anonymously
As school leaders across the country consider how to minimize the risk of tragedy in the wake of a school shooting in Florida that killed 17 people , Noblesville Schools are encouraging students to use an app to report suspicious behavior. A message sent from the school to parents said students overheard a classmate making a threat against the school on the bus ride home.Noblesville fine-dining fixture closing its doors
The Hamilton Restaurant in Noblesville is set to close this month after 16 years in business.Noblesville students get creative, problem solve in library makerspace
A once quiet library at a local school is now bustling with activity. The library is now a collaborative work space for kids to work on passion projects, also known as a makerspace.Ronald A. Crumbo
Ronald A. Crumbo, 79, of Columbus, died unexpectedly at 7:12 p.m. Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at his residence. Ronald enjoyed working the Safety Patrol at the Indianapolis 500 Speedway and filled his time ushering at the Murat Theater and at the Indianapolis Indians baseball games.Jacks v. Tipton Community School Corporation
Abigail Elizabeth Freeman JACKS, a minor, by next friends Jennifer Jacks and William Scott Freeman, and Jennifer Jacks, Appellants-Plaintiffs, Jennifer Edwards, Appellant-Defendant, v. TIPTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL CORPORATION, Appellee-Defendant.Career and Technical Education Month: Students at J. Everett Light prepare for college, careers
There's a growing push in Indiana to make sure the state's high school students are learning job skills, along with math and history. And in February, Career and Technical Education programs are celebrating Career and Technical Education Month.Wolfie's Grill acquires longtime restaurant site on Geist Reservoir
The owners of four Wolfie's Grill restaurants are preparing to open a fifth Hamilton County location - a waterside restaurant on Geist Reservoir.On Stage a " February 15
"Sylvia" tells the comedic - and often realistic - tale of the relationship between a man and his dog and its effect on his marriage, his social life and his psyche. "Sylvia" runs through Feb. 24 at the Mud Creek Barn, 9740 E. 86th St. Visit mudcreekplayers.com for performance dates and times and ticket information.riverview ER urgent care 500px
In the latest move among central Indiana health systems to offer patients care outside a traditional hospital setting, Riverview Health plans to build four freestanding facilities combining an emergency department and urgent care-center.Dog gone: City wants Adopt-a-Spot sculpture removed
For the past eight years, a scrap metal sculpture of a dog hiking its leg on a hydrant has decorated the traffic island at Walnut and Brown streets in Seymour. "Diogee " was a whimsical piece created by local artist Nate Montgomery for the Adopt-a-Spot art project started in 2010 by the Greater Seymour Chamber of Commerce, led by Bill Bailey and Southern Indiana Center for the Arts.Steve Miller Band, Peter Frampton Unite on U.S. Summer Tour
Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton will unite for a North American summer tour. The lengthy trek, which follows their joint 2017 run , launches June 12th in Evansville, Indiana and concludes with back-to-back dates in Woodinville, Washington on August 25th and 26th.Steve Miller Band with Peter Frampton scheduled for two Indiana concerts
There will be a show in Evansville on Tuesday, June 12 at the Ford Center and in Noblesville on Friday, June 15 at the Ruoff Home Mortgage Center.Stephanie Roberts, Jared Schubert
Stephanie Mae Roberts and Jared Scott Schubert were married Feb. 10 at Brooklyn Winery in Brooklyn. Stephen Crowley, a friend of the couple who became a Universal Life minister for the occasion, officiated.Nickel Plate Arts presents "Valentine's Day for All"
INDIANAPOLIS - Valentine's Day is this Wednesday, and if you're still looking for something fun to do you don't have to drive very far or pay a whole bunch of money. Nickel Plate Arts in Noblesville is hosting its annual " Valentine's Day for All ."Good morning Columbus. What you need to know a " reaction to Colts...
The story was on the page. So was a photograph of Josh McDaniels, who was leaving the hated New England Patriots to get the Colts back on track.Americans are getting smarter about politics in at least one important way
A voter wears an "I voted" sticker after casting a ballot in the Indiana primary in 2016 in Noblesville, Ind. American politics may be more polarized today than at any time in the post-war period.Steven Leavell
Steve was born on March 29, 1951 to the late Robert and Dorothy Leavell in Noblesville, Indiana, he received his degree in Architectural Engineering from Vincennes University and attended New Palestine United Church. Steve was a designer and fabricator of stainless steel and worked all around Indianapolis and surrounding areas, he had an eye for design and was highly sought after for his natural talents.Noblesville man faces charges after assault, robbery in Fishers
Fishers police detectives said Thursday night they have arrested a 35-year-old Noblesville man in connection to a reported assault and robbery. Anthony S. Williams II was charged with robbery, criminal confinement with a deadly weapon, battery with a deadly weapon, battery, pointing a firearm, theft, dealing marijuana and possession of a controlled substance, police said in a news release.
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