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Located north of Indianapolis Noblesville is home to both the Verizon Wireless Music Center and the Indiana Transportation Museum. The land where Noblesville is located today was purchased from American Indians in 1818. The area was named for James Noble, a state senator. The areas economy began to grow in the 1850's with the completion of the Peru and Indianapolis Railroads. Noblesville can claim both NASCAR drivers Bryan Clauson and Billy Wease as former residents.

Population: 28590
Local Newspapers: The Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts & Pacers
Local Colleges:

Zip Codes associated with noblesville, indiana: 46060
Towns/Cities near noblesville, indiana : Cicero Lapel Westfield Carmel Fishers

Noblesville News
DINING: New steakhouse is no Fogo de Chao

Meat is cut tableside at Carmel's new Rodizio Grill, the latest Brazilian steakhouse.

Race for the Cure personal for Telamon employee

"My father and I got involved in it back in 2003 in the Race for the Cure in San Antonio, where I'm from," Kinser said. "I moved to Austin and was involved there.

Governor vetoes records search fee

In rejecting the General Assembly's plan for charging hourly fees for Hoosiers to obtain public records, Gov. Eric Holcomb issued on Monday his first veto. Holcomb turned down House Engrossed Act 1523, which had passed 44-3 in the Senate, where amendments were added, and then went through the House 63-27.

Carmel in brief - April 25, 2017

New police chief - Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard has appointed Jim Barlow to be the next chief of the Carmel Police Dept., replacing retiring chief Tim Green. Jim Barlow has been with CPD for 34 years, the last six years serving as assistant chief.

Holcomb vetoes public records search-fee bill

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb used the first stroke of his veto pen Monday afternoon on a bill that would have allowed state and local government agencies to charge a fee to citizens for public records requests that required more than two hours of work.

Roundabout construction set to start Monday in Noblesville

It's going in at Greenfield Ave., 10th St., and Christian Ave. The roundabout will let people drive through the area without hitting a stoplight. Street will remain open.

Ex-Indiana AG Lands Job With Environmental Remediation Firm

Golars Environmental Engineering recently hired Zoeller as the general counsel of the Noblesville-based company, which specializes in soil, vapor and groundwater remediation at contaminated sites. Before joining the Attorney General's office in 2001, Zoeller worked in private practice as a consultant and general counsel for businesses.

Successful session? Depends on who you ask

The Associated PressHouse Brian Bosma, R-Indianapolis left and House Minority Leader Scott Pelath, D-Michigan City, conferred during Friday's final day of the Indiana General Assembly. Bosma labeled the session "monumental," but Pelath was more critical of the results.

Food for thought: Restaurant, grocery news

A new take on authentic Mexican food, the Famous Taco, is now open at 4104 N. Clinton St., Fort Wayne.

Are Marsh closings beginning of the end?

Marsh: A very difficult decision for us as we have been serving these communities for many years and have many great relationships with our customers. Are Marsh closings beginning of the end? Marsh: A very difficult decision for us as we have been serving these communities for many years and have many great relationships with our customers.

Nickleback Releases Video For 'Feed The Machine' [News]

The official video for the title track of the band's upcoming ninth album is available for streaming. Check it out below: Nickleback will hit the road this summer in support of their new album.

BMH officer dies in motorcycle crash

An officer with the IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital Police Department was killed Tuesday in a Hamilton County motorcycle accident. BMH officer dies in motorcycle crash An officer with the IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital Police Department was killed Tuesday in a Hamilton County motorcycle accident.

Noblesville environmental consulting firm hires Zoeller

Zoeller, 62, was the state's 42nd attorney general, serving from 2009 until January.

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.

Food for thought: Restaurant updates and more

A new take on authentic Mexican food, the Famous Taco, is now open at 4104 N. Clinton St., Fort Wayne.

Nickelback rocks again, and the band's Surrey-raised drummer is loving it

The band's Surrey-raised drummer, along with his three bandmates, is in the midst of recording a ninth studio album, called "Feed the Machine," prior to the start of a summer tour. The new album is due out on June 9, just two weeks before Nickelback begins a 45-date journey across North America in Noblesville, Indiana.

Public records fee passes House

Hoosiers seeking information about their state or local governments might have to pay a new public records search fee, under a bill passed by the Indiana House on Tuesday.

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