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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
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Local Colleges: N%2FA

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Carmel News
His Wife Runs Medicaid, but This Doctor's Practice Won't Accept It

Dr. Sanjay Mishra, the husband of CMS administrator Seema Verma, is part of a group practice in Indiana that does not accept Medicaid payments. Sadly, he's far from unique.

Quontic Bank doubles in size, adds staff at Carmel office

Quontic Bank is growing along with the demand for mortgages. The New York City-based bank's Carmel location, which opened in January 2016, has doubled its loan production office in Carmel to 8,500 square feet and continues to add staff.

CEOs for Cities advisor shares vision during All-County luncheon July 14

"If you want to make your city or region great, build a place where people want to live, and then you'll be a place that they want to visit," Fisher said. "Sometimes I think we focus too much on the destination and not enough on the experience."

North graduates crowned champs

Ian Coffey and Holly Anderson did not have to hit a shot Sunday before being crowned city golf champions for the first time. The former Columbus North standouts were leading the tournament going into the final round.

National Gathering of Methodist Men aims to build faith, service

Approximately 700 men gathered in Indianapolis July 7 and 8 to strengthen their faith and serve the community during the National Gathering of United Methodist Men. Held at St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Indianapolis, the two-day conference is geared toward helping men change their lives and the lives of those around them.

Interstate entrance needs to be inviting

This is in reference to the design at Interstate 70 and State Road 9 to beautify the entrance We suggest you take a look at Carmel and Fishers. It looks as if they spare no expense to making their entrance to the town appealing to visitors approaching.

Letter: Tax increases challenge seniors

I wish public officials to know senior residents are financially challenged by the continuous property tax increases, in one form or another, to fund the massive construction improvements in Carmel.

Great Harvest Bread Co. looks to expand in Carmel

Great Harvest Bread Co., a 40-year-old bakery, is looking to expand into Carmel by offering "hub and spoke" bakery-cafe franchise opportunities. Great Harvest Bread Company CEO Mike Ferretti said Great Harvest Bread Co.

Delph presents former coach with Sagamore of the Wabash

When State Sen. Mike Delph presented Ken Keltner with a Sagamore of the Wabash award, Delph told him he might be the answer to a trivia question one day. "Gov. Mike Pence signed my proclamation Nov. 24 , and it was the last one he signed ," Keltner said.

Dotted Line Divas personal care pantry set to move Aug. 1

The personal care pantry, whose tagline is Couponing for a Cause, will officially move Aug. 1 into Union Chapel United Methodist Church, 2720 E. 86th St., Indianapolis. The Grand Opening Pantry Day is set from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 19. Tours of the pantry will be given.

Teen vocalists performing timeless classics at Carmel-based Songbook Academy

Ten teen vocalists from central Indiana - including four from Zionsville, three from Carmel, two from Greenwood and one from Lebanon - are among the 40 finalists selected to participate in the eighth annual Great American Songbook Academy. The week-long summer program is the only high school intensive in the United States focusing on the timeless pop, jazz, Broadway and Hollywood standards of the early 20th century - a selection of classics known as the "Great American Songbook" - and receives applications each year from hundreds of teen hopefuls.

Roundup: Carmel winery expanding downtown; butchery taking Fountain Square space

Today's roundup includes some new options for victuals downtown and in the quickly evolving Fountain Square area.

Great American Songbook Foundation joins forces with Grammy Museum

In a move that puts it in the company of the National Blues Museum in St. Louis, the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa and the Beatles Story in England, the Carmel-based Great American Songbook Foundation has been named a Cultural Affiliate of the Grammy Museum.

Toronto Centre Island's 110-year old carousel sold for $3 million

Owner of the cash-strapped amusement park says residents and visitors have until November 2017 to ride the Toronto attraction one last time. As a kid growing up in Toronto, Scott Goodyear may have only visited Centre Island two or three times, but each time felt like a big summer adventure.

Circle Centre announces additions to tenant mix

Owner William Holland plans to carry unique denim brands for adults and children, and offer alteration and denim-distressing services.

Carmel mayor defends $101M in new bonds for roundabouts, carousel, hotel

Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard gave a vigorous defense for nearly an hour at the July 17 Carmel City Council meeting as $101 million in new debt was proposed for roundabouts, multi-use paths, an antique carousel, hotel incentives and a new clubhouse at Brookshire Golf Course. One bond proposal for $76 million would fund the projects and another $25 million proposal would pay for land acquisition for the Carmel Redevelopment Commission, such as for the hotel and redeveloping the northeast corner of Main Street and Range Line Road that is now home to PNC bank.

Carmel awards $28.8M contract for 96th and Keystone roundabout

The city of Carmel has awarded a $28.8 million contract to move forward with construction of the long-anticipated roundabout interchange at 96th Street and Keystone Parkway.

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