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The town of Fishers is located in central Indiana, near Indianapolis. It was first named Mudsock, but was later called Fishers Switch in reference to a railroad switch assignment. In 1908 the name was shortened to Fishers. The sister city of Fishers is Billericay, England. The city is home to a park named Billericay Park, after this sister city. The city hosts three festivals each year: the Fishers Freedom Festival on Fourth of July, the Flavor of Fishers in early August to showcase the city's restaurants, and the Fishers Renaissance Faire in early October to celebrate its relationship with its sister city.

Population: 37835
Local Newspapers: The Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts Indiana Fever Indiana Firebirds Indiana Pacers
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Zip Codes associated with fishers, indiana: 46038 46256
Towns/Cities near fishers, indiana : Noblesville Fortville Pendleton Ingalls McCordsville Carmel

Fishers News
After she said "yes," Westfield man pops the question to girlfriend's daughter, too

Grant Tribbett popped the question to Cassandra Reschar - and her daughter in a Fishers park. Grant Tribbett is melting hearts around the globe with the story of how he proposed to Cassandra Reschar - and her 5-year-old daughter - at a Fishers park.

Fishers unveils public art for summer

FISHERS, Ind. - The City of Fishers unveiled a series of public artwork on The Edge parking garage Wednesday morning.

APNewsBreak: Congressman's wife works part-time in $240K job

In this Dec. 13, 2012, file photo, U.S. Rep. Luke Messer and his wife Jennifer Messer are photographed in their home in Shelbyville, Ind. Jennifer Messer averages a 26.5-hour work week in her $240,000-a-year job doing legal consulting for an Indianapolis suburb, according to time sheets reviewed by The Associated Press.

APNewsBreak: Congressmana s wife works part-time in $240K job

The wife of a likely Senate candidate averages a 26.5-hour work week in her $240,000-a-year job doing legal consulting for an Indianapolis suburb, according to timesheets reviewed by The Associated Press. Unlike many government contract attorneys who are paid by the hour or project, Jennifer Messer receives the same $20,000 monthly check from Fishers regardless of how much she works.

APNewsBreak: Congressman's wife works part-time in $240K job

In this Dec. 13, 2012, file photo, U.S. Rep. Luke Messer and his wife Jennifer Messer are photographed in their home in Shelbyville, Ind. Jennifer Messer averages a 26.5-hour work week in her $240,000-a-year job doing legal consulting for an Indianapolis suburb, according to time sheets reviewed by The Associated Press.

After Proposing To His Girlfriend, This Man Proposed To Her Daughter Too

When Grant Tribbett proposed to his girlfriend Cassandra Reschar, he didn't just make a commitment to her. He made one to her daughter too.

Hancock County leaders sketch out, crunch development scenarios on key corridor

Hancock County leaders believe in the potential for more development along the 10-mile Mount Comfort Road corridor running south from 96th Street, through McCordsville, to U.S. 40 just outside of Cumberland.

Train museum plans federal suit alleging government interference

John McNichols, board chair of the Indiana Transportation Museum, discusses the not-for-profit's plans to file a lawsuit connected with its battle over over the Nickel Plate Railroad.

Indy airport hoping to add international flights

As Governor Eric Holcomb travels overseas to sell Indiana, work is underway back home to help his case by adding a nonstop transatlantic flight from the Indianapolis International Airport. This past session, the legislature gave the governor $5 million to help attract direct flights through incentives and consultants.

Engineering camp designed to attract girls to field

Unlike boys, Kim Higgins said girls aren't encouraged enough to pursue a career in a STEM field - science, technology, engineering and math. Higgins, an assistant to the dean of the college of engineering at the University of Evansville, hopes girls develop the confidence to know and pursue STEM options for future careers after attending UE's OPTIONS summer career exploration camp.

Inventory liquidation begins at 18 unsold Marsh stores

Sales to liquidate inventory at the 18 stores that weren't sold at auction to other grocers this week could last until early July, said a Marsh spokesman. The 18 Marsh Supermarkets stores that did not sell at auction this week were to begin liquidating their inventory Thursday, a spokesman for the Fishers-based grocery chain said.

Groups propose extending rail line into Indianapolis

The Indianapolis Star reports four proposals were submitted this week to the Hoosier Heritage Port Authority for expanded service along the Nickel Plate rail line. The 37-mile line runs through Marion and Hamilton counties.

CEDIA Plans to Build Global Headquarters Near Indianapolis

Though financial terms between CEDIA and Emerald Expositions for the sale of the CEDIA tradeshow remains undisclosed, it became a little bit clearer yesterday what the group plans to do with their new lump sum of money. The association announced that it plans to build a 40,000-square-foot global headquarters in Fishers, Indiana.

Low sense of well-being reason to rethink goals

An article in the summer Indiana Policy Review surveys the research and outlines existing data for 45 cities and towns across Indiana in 2013-14 to weigh factors associated with self-reported levels of well-being. The goal of the study is to find patterns between Indiana towns to assist officials and the public in realistically assessing and effectively addressing the needs and preferences of Hoosiers.

Residents outraged at "Michigan left" shortcut through Fishers neighborhood

FISHERS, Ind. - Traffic safety experts increased the grade of the intersection of Allisonville Road and E. 96th Street from an "E" to a "B" after implementing a "Michigan left" turn, but residents nearby insist the upgrade is a fail.

DNR recovers body of man who drowned paddle boarding in Fishers lake

FISHERS, Ind. - An autopsy is set to be performed on a 39-year-old Indianapolis man who, conservation officers with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources say, drowned in Saxony Lake on Pennington Road Sunday afternoon.

DNR recovers Fishers drowning victim

A man who fell off a paddle board didn't resurface, leading to a two hour rescue effort the eventually turned into a recovery. The man's body was located shortly before 8:00 p.m. Police identifed him as 39-year-old Anthony Dwayne Penner of Indianapolis.

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