Category: Cover Stories

Susan Levering and Zoa Hackman, own- ers of Dahlia’s Gifts and Unique Finds, want to draw shoppers to the small downtown Fishers businesses most affected by recent road construction. (Photo by John Cinnamon) 1

Highlighting local businesses

Owners of Dahlia’s Gifts and Unique Finds invite shoppers to enjoy downtown progressive shopping event By Beth Taylor Dahlia’s Gifts and Unique Finds Zoa Hackman’s dream of opening a home décor and gift store...

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Water is Life

Fishers Rotary Club has provided 100 wells serving 100,000 people in Sierra Leone By Ann Craig-Cinnamon It was an ambitious goal to build 100 wells in Sierra Leone in three years. It took a...

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Man of valor

Fishers veteran is among the first to be inducted into the Indiana Veterans Hall of Fame By Ann Craig-Cinnamon Fred Spaulding was moving a little slowly after having had surgery just three days earlier....

Fishers Town Manager and Mayor-elect Scott Fadness stands in front of the construction projects he has spearheaded in downtown Fishers. (Photo by John Cinnamon) 1

A new era for Fishers

First Mayor of Fishers is ready to begin work By Ann Craig-Cinnamon With no Democrats on the ballot running for Mayor, the first Mayor of Fishers was determined in the May Primary.  Town Manager...

Michael Scherperel’s music career has taken him from Florida to Austria and finally to Fishers. He’ll be performing at Studio 37 in the Ji-Eun Lee Music Academy on Nov. 7. (Photo by John Cinnamon) 0

Piano Man

Renowned musician now makes Fishers his home By John Cinnamon To call Michael Scherperel “piano man” doesn’t do him justice. The man, who was once a vocal coach to Luciano Pavarotti, also holds a...

From left, Elizabeth Anderson, Yopi Havlik, Sarah Demmon, and Lori Goldsby,
all Fishers residents and breast cancer survivors. They are in different stages of recovery and each wrote a very personal letter to their cancer. (Photo by John Cinnamon) 0

Dear breast cancer

Fishers breast cancer survivors write a very personal letter to their cancer By Ann Craig-Cinnamon The colors of fall are even more beautiful in October with the addition of pink in honor of Breast...

Aika Yoshida, 36, works out at Climb Time Indy. The Fishers resident recently finished second in her category in the Paraclimbing World Championship in Spain. (Photo by John Cinnamon) 0

Climbing back

Fishers woman competes on global stage following traumatic injury By Ann Craig-Cinnamon There’s a lot of strength packed into Aika Yoshida’s tiny frame.  The 36-year old Fishers resident has come a long way quickly...

Jousting is one of the highlights of the two-day event held at Saxony Village at 131st Street and Olio Road to raise money for Sisters Cities of Fishers. (Submitted photo) 1

A jolly good faire

Fishers Renaissance Faire celebrates its 10th anniversary as one of the most popular events of the year By Ann Craig-Cinnamon There’s only one event I can think of that can boast this lineup:  swordplay,...