Category: Community

Broad Ripple Art Fair Director of Communications, Ben Shine takes a quick moment to welcome “Where’s Amy?” before the festival opens. Shine loves Current and said it is his favorite publication to read every week.  0

Where’s Amy?: Broad Ripple Art Fair

The 2015 Broad Ripple Art Fair had a record attendence this year. Artists from around the Country were invited to attend the prestigious art festival which also included local entertainment, exhibits and delicious food!...

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Road construction updates – Week of May 25

Cyntheanne Road along 104 Street  Power utility companies will continue upgrade work along 104 Street between Cyntheanne Road and 96 Street. Duke Utility Work*: Expect temporary lane restrictions as Duke will be pulling old...

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Noblesville IMPD officer arrested for OWI in Fishers

Earlier today, an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer was charged with operating while intoxicated in Hamilton County. According to a Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office report, a deputy first came into contact with Christopher M....

Community Relations Manager Cheryl Jurgens shows off the new Hamilton East Public Library logo. (Photo by Anna Skinner) 1

Library has a new look

By Anna Skinner Hamilton East Public Library, with buildings in Noblesville and Fishers, hopes to reshape the image of the modern library with their new logo and website. Last year, the library began working...

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Purdue programs head to Fishers

By James Feichtner The City of Fishers has been drawing a lot of attention from higher education universities with its growth. With Ball State University moving to partner with Launch Fishers in their expansion,...

Irene Wilkin, 90, works with her church to knit clothes and blankets for premies. (Submitted photo) 0

90 year-old helps preemies

By James Feichtner When it comes to generosity, Irene Wilkin of Fishers takes the cake. Nearly 20 years ago, Wilkin worked with her church to knit blankets and outfits for premature babies. After the...

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Hobson to speak at roundtable

Margaret Hobson, a resident of northeastern Indiana, is a family historian and former mathematics teacher. While researching her maternal line, she discovered three brothers who served in the Civil War, the oldest served in...

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Give Hope ride is May 25

By James Feichtner With Memorial Day approaching and the weather warming up, the time to break out the bicycles is upon us. And what better event to break out your bike than with the...

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Goal: Be happy, healthy

By Mark Ambrogi Dr. James Shoot didn’t really start out with the mission of writing a book. “It unfolded about 2 1/2 years ago when I started copying out the materials I used in...