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In 1924, Carmel installed one of the first automatic traffic signals in the United States at the intersection of Main Street and Range Line Road. It was the invention of Leslie Haines. Today, it is house in the old train station on the Monon. Attractions in Carmel include Carmel Monon Center which has a new water park and mega fitness center, a flowing well in Flowing Well Park that contains a natural artesian well which provides high quality drinking water, and a multiuse trail called the Monon Trail which is part of the Rails-to-Trails movement.

Population: 70143
Local Newspapers: Carmel%20Star%2C%20Indianapolis%20Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis%20Colts%20(NFL)%2C%20Indiana%20Fever%20(WNBA)%2C%20Indiana%20Firebirds%20(AFL)%2C%20Indiana%20Pacers%20(NBA)
Local Colleges: N%2FA

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Carmel News
David Letterman's mom dies at 95 David Letterman's mother, Dorothy Mengering, has died. She was 95.

The Midwestern homemaker became an unlikely celebrity as she baked mystery pies and covered the Olympics for her son's late-night shows on NBC and CBS. The news of her death was confirmed by Letterman's publicist and reported by The Associated Press and other news outlets.

Candy to return to Carmel's Fourth of July parade

After a meeting with the City of Carmel, the Carmel Rotary Club decided that candy can be thrown this year at Fourth of July parade. Last year the parade committee decided to ban the throwing of candy because there were concerns about children running into the street and almost being hit by parade cars.

$41M apartment project in Mile Square moving forward

Construction on a $41 million apartment and retail project downtown should begin in the fall and finish in early 2019, developers told Metropolitan Development Commission members Wednesday.

Hamilton County Parks celebrate 50 years at gala

The Friends of Hamilton County Parks Inc., will host a decade-themed gala to celebrate 50 years of the Hamilton County Parks & Recreation Dept. Guests will travel through six decades of memories, music and fashion at 6 p.m. May 5 at Ritz Charles in Carmel, 12156 N. Meridian St. This will be the third annual fundraising gala organized by the Friends of Hamilton County Parks Inc. The organization was created in 2006 as the funding mechanism for the parks department.

You've Never Heard of the Best Place to Live

The 86,000 residents of the city of Carmel, Indiana have a reason to celebrate today. Their suburban community just north of Indianapolis was just named the best place to live in the entire United States.

Jim Barlow to replace retiring Carmel Police Dept. chief

Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard announced the appointment April 18, along with the appointment of Jeff Horner and Aaron Dietz to assistant chief positions. The changes are effective June 1. "Serving the citizens of our community has been a privilege and an honor," Green stated in a press release.

$1 family-friendly movies all summer long

CARMEL, Ind. While most movie theaters make you fork over $10 or more to see your favorite flick, Regal Cinemas will give your wallet a rest by offering $1 movies all summer long.

Carmel Clay Historical Society's Spring Luncheon returns April 25

The Carmel Clay Historical Society will host its annual Spring Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. April 25 at Woodland Country Club. The event will include lunch, music and rug-making demonstrations.

Carmel City Council supports Carmel Clay Schools referendum

WHAT IT MEANS: On May 2, voters in Carmel will consider whether to renew the referendum for Carmel Clay Schools at a rate of $0.19 at $100 per assessed property value. The Carmel City Council unanimously passed a resolution to support the referendum and encourage residents to vote in favor.

Carmel to put Range Line Road on a 'diet' with upgrades

Several roundabouts and other improvements are planned along Range Line Road to make it safer and more pedestrian friendly. With more cars on the roads, some cities decide to create additional lanes on certain streets.

Carmel named best place to live in U.S.

CARMEL, Ind. The best place to live in the U.S. is right here in Indiana, according to new data.

Carmel software firm plans expansion, 30 new employees

A Carmel-based software developer announced plans Monday to hire 30 employees by the end of 2019 as part of a $1.1 million expansion.

Carmel city leader to roll out virtual plans for Range Line Road

Carmel leaders will reveal the future of Range Line Road, as the city gears up for a huge construction project on the busy street. It's near the city's 100th roundabout that opened last fall.

Letter: Great schools help property values

I remember clearly the motivation that focused our search for a home toward Carmel. Twenty-nine years ago, it was schools, schools, schools.

Books & Brews coming to Carmel with first franchise location

The first Books & Brews franchise will soon open in the Carmel area. Alex and Lori Stanley are the franchise owners.

Census: County grows 4% since 2010

The population in most northeast Indiana counties, topped by Allen County, continued to grow this decade, according to recent census estimates.

Carmel teen raises large sum for cancer research

CARMEL, Ind. Raising money for a cause can be tough, but one Carmel High School student's fundraising efforts made it look easy after he raised more than $100,000 for cancer research.

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