Author: Robert Herrington

Dotty and Chuck McMillian competed in their 25th Homemade Ice Cream Contest at the Hamilton County 4-H Fair last year. (File photo)

4-H: Cool off with ice cream contests

The annual ice cream events at the Hamilton County 4-H Fair has changed dates, times and added a new contest this year. The Homemade Ice Cream Contest will be held at 6:30 p.m. July...

Color Me Green

4-H: A more colorful fun run

The Hamilton County 4-H Fair will be a little greener this year – literally – as residents are invited to participate in the inaugural one-mile “Color Me Green” Fun Run on July 21. Registration...

Pedestrians flood Fall Creek Rd. Bridge over Geist Reservior during the annual Blast on the Bridge celebration.

Festive ways to celebrate the holiday

Looking to ways and where to celebrate Independence Day and the holiday weekend? Various communities and cities across the county have you covered with all types of events and entertainment. Lights over Morse Date:...

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A winning program for seniors

The Westfield Parks Dept. has created a new monthly program for ages 50 and older to get out and meet new people. “Bingo Brunch is a program that came from requests by certain community...

From left: William Sanders, Jr., Carmel High School’s William Sanders III and Hamilton County Commissioner Christine Altman. (Photo by Robert Herrington)

Carmel student recognized for youth service

Senior William Sanders III said serving as a student leader in both middle and high school student clubs was one of his greatest accomplishments. On May 12, Sanders was recognized as the Carmel High...

Gary Warren, Bill Eagleson and Randy Neff install the bronze Angel of Hope statue on her pedestal in No- blesville’s Forest Park. The memorial will be dedicated at 3 p.m. May 4. (Submitted photo)

Healing place nears completion

Just seven and a half months after breaking ground, organizers for the Angel of Hope in Noblesville’s Forest Park will dedicate the memorial at 3 p.m. May 4.  “This is the most exciting thing...

From left: Diann Ryan (Clara), Becca Wenning (Ruth), Kelly BeDell (Beverly) and Stefan U.G. LeBlanc (Jimmy) play the dysfunctional but loving Nowak family in “Miracle on South Division Street.”

Belfry to show Midwest premiere of Dudzick play

Noblesville’s Belfry Theatre is making history – again – with another production from New York playwright Tom Dudzick. Beginning March 28, the Belfry will perform the Midwest premiere of “Miracle of South Division Street”...