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About: noblesville, indiana

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
More positive West Nile traps in Noblesville

More mosquito traps have tested positive for the West Nile Virus in Noblesville, according to the Hamilton County Health Department. The health department will be out Monday night spraying the affected zones and the Noblesville Street Department will continue to treat mosquito breeding habits in the area.

Fishers mayor is rising star in Republican party

Scott Fadness sips his second Diet Coke of the day as he drives to Noblesville for an 8 a.m. meeting.

Phish Deer Creek 1997 Night 2 Video Highlights

Yesterday, to mark its 20th anniversary we revisited the first of two shows Phish played at Deer Creek in Noblesville, Indiana in the summer of 1997. While much has been said about the wild night one, the band's more straightforward show on August 11, 1997 was not without its high points - and there's pro-shot video footage of several of them to prove it.

North of 96th Lebanon pays $520K for former car dealership near courthouse square

Welcome to North of 96th, your source for business news from Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield and Zionsville.

What A Difference A Chord Makes: Phish Delivers Inventive "Harry Hood" At Deer Creek 1997

Take for instance the show that took place at Deer Creek in Noblesville, Indiana 20 years ago today. Nearly every discussion of that magical night surrounds the wild second set that features just four actual songs over the course of 70 minutes including an all-time version of "Cities."

West Nile virus found in Hamilton County

Multiple locations in Hamilton County have tested positive for West Nile virus and health department officials are spraying to help keep the mosquitoes away and the risk of it spreading down. Summer testing has revealed eleven areas in the county where mosquitoes were carrying the virus, although no human cases have been reported.

Greenwood choir will sing with Foreigner in Sunday concert

GREENWOOD, Ind. - The British-American rock band Foreigner released the chart-topping power ballad I Want to Know What Love Is in November 1984.

Excel Center to open location in Columbus

Ages for students at the state-funded charter school range from 20 to 60. In a year's time, a student can earn every credit required to receive a high school diploma. The tuition-free public school, which has 12 locations across Indiana, is operated by Goodwill Education Initiatives, Inc., an organization formed by Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana.

Hamilton County to conduct sobriety checkpoints Aug.11 and 12

The Hamilton County Traffic Safety Partnership, will be setting up sobriety checkpoints around Hamilton County to aggressively deter, detect and arrest drivers who drive impaired. The HCTSP is a consortium of law enforcement agencies in Hamilton County working to increase the usage of seatbelts, to combat aggressive driving, and to decrease impaired driving with the overall goal of creating a safer Hamilton County.

Noblesville takes trophy at State Fair Band Day

Noblesville High School was named "Indiana's Best Band" at the Indiana State Fair's annual Band Day competition Saturday. "Regardless of scoring, all of today's 49 participants are winners by virtue of their hard work and dedication," said State Fairgrounds & Event Center Executive Director Cindy Hoye in a media release announcing the results.

Medical payment model bypasses health insurance

It's been called the buffet approach to health care. And in Indiana, the buffet line could soon get longer if more doctors and patients are attracted to a membership plan picking up steam under a new law.

DINING: Caplinger's catches on with third area seafood location

Caplinger's Special Dinner offers planks of basa, a Vietnamese catfish. Most entrees come with a pair of sides, a sauce and two hush puppies.

I-69 fiasco offers tough lessons

Construction of a key stretch of the state's largest ongoing highway project is nearly two years behind schedule. Accidents have increased as the road work drags on month after month.

Fishers hosts nearby cities for rooftop solar workshop at city hall

The City of Carmel is leading the way nationwide to spur more cities to comply with green initiatives. On Feb. 20, the Carmel City Council unanimously approved the first ever climate resolution in the state.

Noblesville considers building $14M police headquarters

The city of Noblesville is considering building a new headquarters for its police department on a property near downtown that has been vacant for eight years.

Hamilton Co. gets first jr high charter school

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. When students stole 14-year-old Mason Birden's headphones, wrapped them around his neck and smashed his face into a desk he knew he couldn't tolerate being bullied any longer.

West Nile Virus found in Noblesville park

The samples were collected from Dillon Park by the Indiana State Department of Health, but officials said there has been no reports of humans infected in Noblesville. "To be safe, all residents are encouraged to use bug spray when outdoors," said Mayor John Ditslear.

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