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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
Reeling casinos seek breaks from Statehouse

The millions in tax revenue Evansville receives each year from Tropicana Casino & Resort is spent buying police cars, firetrucks and computers, along with improving roads and making bond payments.

Alice Faye Stewart

Faye Stewart, 73, Peru, graduated to heaven at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 21, 2017, at Life Care Center, Rochester. In her younger years, Faye worked at Miller's Merry Manor in Peru as a CNA.

Humane Society for Hamilton County move proposal sparks Fishers neighborhood debate

At the northeast part of the Hauge Road, 106th Street intersection sits many residential streets. Several neighbors, including Karl Freburg, have placed supportive humane society signs in their lawn.

Rail to trail for the Nickel Plate?

FISHERS, Ind. - The railroad that's long been home to the State Fair Train my soon be going green.

Debate brewing over future of Nickel Plate railroad

There is a debate brewing over the future of the Nickel Plate railroad and home to the State Fair train. Hamilton County officials want to convert the rail line to a nine-mile greenway while the Indiana Transportation Museum is pushing a plan to expand service with year-round trains running from Noblesville to Indianapolis.

14 inmates wanted for fleeing from work release

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. -- The Hamilton County Sheriff's Office has more than a dozen active arrest warrants against inmates who left their work release program and never returned.

C. Ind. firefighters get hazmat training

Firefighters from several central Indiana counties converged in Hamilton County this week to complete extensive training on how to handle toxic situations. Crews from Noblesville, Greenfield, Greenwood and Sheridan fire departments took part in the extensive training on how to respond to a toxic spill or terrorist incident.

Nickelback receives RIAA diamond certification for 'All the Right Reasons'

We notice that your web browser is out-of-date. For the best experience on please consider upgrading to one of the following: We see your preferred language is English , would you like to stay on English or switch to English ? Nickelback continues to rack up big numbers for their hugely popular 2005 studio album All the Right Reasons .

Speak up for pre-K, bright state future

The news from the Statehouse is disappointing to those who support expanding preschool in Indiana, a state that's woefully behind in this critical area. And perhaps it was a bit surprising, given the consensus and momentum that had been - finally - building around the topic.

Carmel in brief- March 14, 2017

Lane closures - 126th Street between Range Line Road and Keystone Parkway is now westbound only for the duration of the project. Westbound traffic will be using the southern lanes, normally used for eastbound traffic.

Nickelback's 'All the Right Reasons' Reaches RIAA Diamond Status

Nickelback 's fifth studio album All the Right Reasons has been certified diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America, celebrating 10 million sales and streams. "We're very thankful to have an album that so many people have appreciated," said guitarist Ryan Peake in a statement.

USDA-Midwest Regional Eggs

An Alabama man and a 16-month-old baby from Georgia were killed after their vehicle was struck by an 18-wheeler and then hit another vehicle on Interstate 85. A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments in two cases over noise complaints at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Seven locks and dams on the Mississippi and Illinois rivers are under consideration by President Donald Trump's administration in his stated push to make the nation's infrastructure "second to none."

Supporters of running Indiana State Fair train face obstacle

The operators of the suspended Indiana State Fair train have devised a plan for expanded service that would feature year-round trains rolling between suburban Noblesville and downtown Indianapolis. The Indianapolis Star reports the plan by rail enthusiasts at the Indiana Transportation Museum comes as elected officials in Hamilton County prepare to convert the Nickel Plate railroad, which had carried the fair train for 30 years, into a greenway trail.

Ind. Gov't. - 'Did Noblesville break the law with secret meeting?'

Noblesville's mayor admitted the city likely violated Indiana's public access law when it held a secret meeting to discuss the sale of park land to a developer, a practice critics say limits exposure to controversial proposals. John Ditslear had defended the March 1 meeting for days, saying the private parks board meeting was needed so officials could review a proposal to sell part of Seminary Park before making it public.

Cigarette-tax fight lighting up

INDIANAPOLIS Proponents of a substantial cigarette tax hike have a two-prong approach to gathering enough support for passage it will reduce smoking and related health costs.

RaeLynn's Boutique expands to Carmel

A popular prom boutique south of Indianapolis recently opened a second location in Carmel. RaeLynn's Boutique launched in Greenwood in 2008 and opened in Carmel Jan. 4. "We started as just prom, special occasion and some pageant wear, but prom is our bread and butter," said Steph Weber, RaeLynn's Boutique general manager and buyer.

Carmel Police Dept. detective named Investigator of the Year

Carmel Police Dept. Sgt. Nancy Zellers has been named the 2016 Investigator of the Year by the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office.

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