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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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Towns/Cities near carmel, indiana : Westfield%2C%20Noblesville%2C%20Zionsville%2C%20Williams%20Creek

Carmel News
Centreville carousel to stay put for now, after Carmel city council...

After strong public opposition which included a petition, 'carouselgate' as it became known in Carmel, Indiana, is over for now - as city council rejected funding to buy the antique Toronto carousel. A $3 million deal to sell Centreville's antique carousel to Carmel, Indiana has been rejected by its city council.

Fishers ranked as No. 1 Best Places to Live in America by Money Magazine

Fishers was ranked as the No. 1 Best Places to Live in America by Money Magazine on Sept.

Vehicle crash kills woman visiting from India

A woman from India who was visiting family in Carmel died Sept. 15 as the result of a vehicle accident in northeast Zionsville.

Creekside Middle School student to appear in 'Fun Home'

Wray, a seventh-grader at Creekside Middle School in Carmel, is appearing in a leading role in "Fun Home," set to run Sept. 22 to Oct. 22 at the Phoenix Theatre in Indianapolis.

Mentors assist new moms at O'Connor House

The O'Connor House in Carmel has launched a mentoring program that aims to provide vital information on a variety of life skills. The nonprofit provides temporary living for single, homeless pregnant women seeking to better their life through faith.

Carmel attorney named earns 2017 Legendary Lawyer Award

"I loved the work, and I loved the people," said Proffitt, adding he was always proud to be a lawyer. Now 85, Proffitt still goes into his office at Altman Poindexter & Wyatt LCC in Carmel each day when he is not traveling or at his home in Sarasota, Fla.

West Park Hawk camera ready

Carmel resident Adam Seif has found an unlikely new friend. He frequently visits West Park to photograph nature as a hobby, and during a recent visit he found himself in the company of a red-tailed hawk.

Westfield chiropractor offers help to returning veterans

The South Korea native, who moved to the U.S. with his family when he was 11, was in New York City the day before the attacks in 2001. He then left to start at his first day of studies at New York Chiropractic College Sept.

Carmel man volunteers to read to radio listeners

Lau, who recently moved from Fishers to Carmel, is a volunteer for Indiana Reading & Information Services Radio, a free service from WFYI. "It's available for anyone who is blind, has a visual impairment, or Parkinson's disease who might shake," said Mandy Bishop, IRIS operations coordinator.

Travels lead to basket-weaving hobby for Carmel mom

The wife of a retired U.S. Marine and stay-at-home mom, Carmel resident Miyuki Spidell has picked up several interesting hobbies throughout her travels, including freehand basket weaving. Spidell said 20 years ago her husband was stationed in Fitville, N.C., and while there she discovered a school offering basket weaving classes.

Chick-fil-A franchise owner's project supports orphans in Haiti

During a run on the Monon Trail, the Carmel resident started to think about ways to raise awareness and funds for a Haitian orphanage, which is home to 55 children. "I started thinking about 55 kids, 55 runners, 55 minutes, 55 hours with the hopes of raising $55,000 for kids," Mosley said.

Carmel in brief - September 19, 2017

Governor appointments - Governor Eric J. Holcomb has announced the appointments and reappointments of several Carmel residents to various state boards and commissions. Carmel resident Mark Ehrman was reappointed to the Underground Storage Tank Financial Assurance Board.

Carmel might clamp down on galas at Lucas estate, other swanky residences

Carmel officials are cracking down on parties that neighbors say are creating too much noise and traffic.

City councillor launches petition to save Centreville carousel

The Centreville carousel may be staying on Centre Island, after all - if city councillor Paula Fletcher has any say. The future of Centreville's 110-year-old carousel is still uncertain but one Toronto city councillor has started an online petition on Friday to save it, even though the community of Carmel, Ind., is debating a proposal to buy it.

Mercy Road churchgoers visit Hurricane Harvey victims

Less than 24 hours later, the two women were on their way to Texas with a trailer packed full of personal care items and other donations for hurricane victims. Christina Huffines, founder of Dotted Line Divas, and Trisha Hodges, owner of Metro 317 Real Estate, left on their journey Sept.

Former commerce secretary Feltman becomes one-third owner of IBJ

Nathan Feltman has become an equal owner in IBJ Corp. with longtime local owners Mickey Maurer and Bob Schloss.

Zionsville officials plan to closely monitor MetroNet installation

High-speed internet provider MetroNet has stopped all work in the Central Indiana area after the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission found it responsible for 10 out of 20 incidents that damaged gas lines in Carmel and Fishers in recent weeks. The Evansville-based company is constructing a service building west of Bennett Parkway on Old 106th Street in Zionsville, but it has not yet begun installing fiber optic lines underground.

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