Category: Community

Midnight Run, a Fishers band, during a recent concert. (Submitted photo) 0

Fishers teen band plays for a purpose

By Holly Kline Midnight Run is an up-and-coming, award-winning teenage band whose members are more interested in helping others than in trying to become rock stars. They are talented musicians who have played all...

Children play on new playground equipment during the grand re-opening of Holland Park at One Park Dr. in Fishers. (Photo by Ann Craig-Cinnamon) 0

Upgraded Holland Park opens

By Ann Craig-Cinnamon One of Fishers’ oldest parks is new again. Holland Park, the town’s most popular park according to Tony Elliot, the parks and recreation director, just completed a half-million-dollar renovation. “The old...

McKay Cemetery, between 104th and 96th streets off Olio Road has fallen into a state of disrepair. (Submitted photo) 0

Olio Road cemeteries are worth remembering

By Beth Clark Legends of ghosts and grave robbers are easily resurrected this time of year in Hamilton County, courtesy of well-known historic cemeteries and locales in the area whose ghoulish histories have been...

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Five minutes with Jenny Keller

By Melissa Hicks Jenny Keller’s responsibilities include member services and hospitality at the YMCA in Fishers.  She has been a Fishers resident for 26 years. What is your favorite restaurant and why? My favorite...

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Column: Get better

A few years ago, I wrote my first book (www.theThriveBook.com). Like all first-time authors (except that genius who wrote the “Twilight” saga), I gave away a bunch of copies to family and friends to...

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Column: Plants need winter protection

By Holly Demaree The summer was mild and enjoyable but the Farmer’s Almanac is predicting a harsh winter. The ensuing cold is expected to negatively affect trees, shrubs and gardens. “A lot of homeowners...