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

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Respiratory therapist Libby Saunders monitors patient Cathy Mollett's breathing exercises at Riverview's flagship Noblesville hospital, which is undergoing a $36 million upgrade.

'Money will never replace hard work': 10 questions with top producer Patti Mahoney

As part of her 10 Questions podcast series, F.C. Tucker broker Angela Raab interviews Patti Mahoney , a top producer in Noblesville, Indiana, who dives into her systems and philosophies for success. "Money will never replace hard work," Mahoney says, sharing where she will spend her money.

Lawmakers Work On New Indiana Budget Thursday, February 16

The House GOP's $31.4 billion, two-year budget would leave the state with a structural budget surplus of $115 million in 2018 and $252 million in 2019. The proposal includes a $1 per pack tax hike on cigarettes which would help pay for Medicaid spending and smoking-cessation programs, freeing up about $287 million per year to help patch a $300 million the hole in the budget.

Drunk-Driving Illegal Alien Mexican Kills Indiana Man, a Former Missionary

David Kriehn died early Monday morning when a drunk-driving Mexican woman smashed into his car, causing it to flip several times into a ditch. He was on his way home from work after closing up the restaurant which he managed.

House GOP seeks hourly fee for public records searches

The Indiana House has passed a measure that would bill journalists and the public $20 per hour rate for records requests under open government laws if they take more than two hours to complete. The measure by Republican Rep. Kathy Richardson of Noblesville was approved Thursday on a 62-25 vote.

Illegal Alien Kills Christian Missionary in Indianapolis

The 66-year-old grandfather and former missionary was working late at the restaurant and was killed on his way home, by a drunk driverwithout a license here ILLEGALLY. An Indianapolis woman believed to be in the country illegally is accused of driving drunk this morning and killing a Noblesville man.

Noblesville man killed in early morning I-465 crash, caused by suspected drunk driver

A man from Noblesville died after the car he was driving was rear-ended by a suspected drunk driver early Monday morning on the northwest side on I-465 eastbound just east of Michigan Road. Sixty-six-year old David Kriehn was headed east bound on I 465 near Michigan Road when a vehicle driven by Elizabeth Vargas-Hernandez was traveling at a high rate of speed and struck Kriehn's car.

Man killed in crash, drunken driving suspected

Police believe drunken driving was the reason behind a crash that killed a man early Monday morning on I-465 in Indianapolis. The crash happened around 2 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of I-465, near Michigan Road.

Bridges Seminar

Moody Radio is partnering with The Crescent Project for a half-day Bridges Seminar to help Christians learn to effectively and compassionately share their faith with Muslims. Fouad Masri will lead this seminar, teaching us to better understand Muslim beliefs so we may better share the Gospel.

After man dies saving sister in crash, gaming community raises money for family

Less than a month after an Indiana man reportedly died saving his sister in a crash, the gaming community is coming together to raise funds for his family. , Riley Oberhart, 24, of Noblesville, and his 53-year-old father, Dan, were killed Jan. 14 when robbery suspect Gary Agnew, 55, reportedly crashed into the Oberharts' car while fleeing from police.

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One of the world's most famous rock bands, Nickelback brings its Feed The Machine Tour to Rogers Place on Sept. 28. Just in case your social media apps are fried and you haven't heard the latest, Nickelback's mammoth Feed the Machine Tour makes at stop at Rogers Place on Thursday, Sept.

Semi-truck crash closes southbound lanes of I-69

Flood Warning issued February 8 at 9:06PM EST expiring February 12 at 2:30AM EST in effect for: Parke, Vermillion, Vigo Flood Warning issued February 8 at 9:06PM EST expiring February 11 at 5:48AM EST in effect for: Fountain, Parke, Vermillion, Warren Flood Warning issued February 8 at 9:06PM EST expiring February 10 at 2:30PM EST in effect for: Fountain, Parke, Tippecanoe, Vermillion, Warren Traffic was backed up from mile marker 210 to 216 after all lanes shutdown on I-69 southbound in Noblesville during crash cleanup.

Man charged with stealing car in Florence

David Stapleton, 26, of Noblesville, Ind., was arrested Wednesday on charges including driving with a suspended license, first-degree theft and possession of a concealed pistol without a license. Florence police said Stapleton drove up to a check point on Royal Avenue near the Royal Recreation Center in the stolen vehicle.

Apartment complex residents evacuated due to fire at Hamilton Co. abandoned building

Crews from the Cicero, Noblesville and Hamilton County fire departments responded to the area of West Brinton and South Peru Streets. Wind then swept smoke to a nearby apartment complex.

Notebook: Nettle Creek joins AP Honor Roll

Notebook: Nettle Creek joins AP Honor Roll Richmond Friends School is offering its Readathon and an open house. Richmond Day Nursery plans its annual meeting.

Mark Hurt announces campaign for U.S. Senate

An Indiana lawyer has filed his candidacy to fun for the United States Senate seat held by U.S. Senator, Joe Donnelly. Mark Hurt is an attorney in Kokomo and Noblesville and made the announcement of his campaign Thursday at Coney Island, surrounded by friends and family.

Owner says looming SR 37 project doomed Claude & Annie's

A well-known restaurant and bar just off State Road 37 in Fishers has closed down, and the owner says he made the decision largely because of the impending multiyear construction project scheduled for the highway.

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