By Pete Smith A dispute over maintenance issues at the Mohawk Hills apartment complex at the intersection of Keystone Parkway and 126th Street is likely headed to court. When code enforcement officers with the city of Carmel issued nine citations in March to the company that manages the complex, Mohawk Associates, the company decided to seek a jury trial instead of […]
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By Pete Smith Under the bleachers at Carmel High School’s football stadium and deep in the recesses of its upperclassmen locker room hangs a banner that reads: Blame no one, expect nothing, do something. Painted prominently on the wall is the mantra: No excuses. It was here that coach Kevin Wright rallied his team after they were done dressing, getting […]
Charities at Our Lady of Mount Carmel ensure no one slips through the cracks By Karen Kennedy It’s not hard to see what has landed Carmel on the top ten lists for the perfect place to live and raise a family. The beautiful streetscapes, upscale new housing developments, the glorious City Center, the Center for the Performing Arts and good […]
The Carmel Greyhounds lost 7-6 to Warren Central in the state’s inaugural 6A championship game at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Nov. 30. That despite a dominant defensive performance from the Greyhounds that kept the Warriors out of the redzone all game with the exception of a fumble recovery.
Brebeuf Jesuit fell short in the school’s first chance at a state football title, losing to undefeated Andrean 35-27 in the Indiana high school football 3A state championship game Nov. 29 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. But the Braves came back from a three touchdown deficit to have a chance at tying the game on the final play.
After a muted city response to a negative audit of its redevelopment commission, Clerk-Treasurer Diana Cordray is seeking answers By Karen Kennedy Tax increment financing – the means by which public infrastructure improvements or redevelopment often is paid for in Carmel – can often make people’s eyes glaze over with the horrors of math classes past. But TIF money is […]
By Terri Spilman Sudden cardiac arrest kills 335,000 people of all ages and fitness levels without warning each year. The chance for survival is 90 percent if an Automated External Defibrillator is present, which is why Heart Reach Carmel is holding their second annual Bolt for the Heart 3.33 Mile Run/Walk on Thanksgiving morning to raise funds to supply defibrillators […]
By Dawn Pearson The runway may be miles from Carmel, but it feels like home for Clark Bockelman. A 2010 graduate of Brebeuf Jesuit College Preparatory School in Indianapolis, Bockelman grew up in Brownsburg and Carmel, Ind. He is now the face and body of the modeling world. “Bockelmania” as described by his agency, Wilhelima, in New York City, is […]
U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks talks about the NSA, tax reform, education and what she accomplished during the government shutdown Interview by Pete Smith The Current recently sat down with U.S. Rep. Susan Brooks of Carmel to talk about her first year in Congress and what she hopes to accomplish in the next. Current: So what’s been most surprising to you […]
By Pete Smith New Carmel Schools Superintendent Nicholas Wahl said that the formula for the district’s unparalleled success predates his arrival in Carmel. “That formula has been our families and schools supporting our students,” Wahl said before a crowd of Carmel business leaders while delivering his State of the Schools speech at the Bridgewater Club in Westfield on Nov. 13. […]