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Dr. Jan Ramer gives her 'One Health: How We All Benefit' presentation at Unversity High School in Carmel. (Photo by James Feichtner)

Conservationist speaks on health of humans, animals

By James Feichtner University High School hosted a special Speaker Series event March 17 for St. Patrick’s Day. Guest speaker Dr. Jan Ramer, a former Indianapolis Zoo veterinarian and current director of conservation medicine...

Joe and Kelly Quinn. (Submitted photo)

Old Towne B&B switches owners

By Anna Skinner Since she worked at the Old Towne Bed and Breakfast, 521 First Avenue N.W., years ago, Kelly Quinn knew she wanted to own the yellow house and operate it as her...

The Sounds of Hope orchestra performs at a nursing home. (Submitted photo)

Sounds of Hope orchestra combines music, outreach

By Amanda Foust Sounds of Hope, a traveling community orchestra, has begun filling Carmel, Zionsville and beyond with music that positively inspires. Caroline Ahn, a professional composer and professor at Anderson University, recently created...

Outside the new location at 12505 Old Meridian St. (Photo by Mark Ambrogi)

Mimi Blue Meatballs to open in Carmel

By Mark Ambrogi Mimi Blue Meatballs will soon be bringing its unique menu to Carmel. Mimi Blue Meatballs started in Indianapolis at 870 Massachusetts Ave. in January 2015. The hope always was to open...

Natalie Russo, left, and Jordan Dickey play power soccer. Dickey is also a member of the national team. (Submitted photo)

Power soccer propels Carmel’s Russo

By Mark Ambrogi Natalie Russo initially had no desire to try another wheelchair sport. “I never thought sports was something I’d even like, because I would play handicapped softball, which was someone else hitting...

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AppleCrossing to open office in Carmel

By Anna Skinner After beginning in James Cowell’s basement four years ago, AppleCrossing Inc. has finally advanced to a business space that is all its own. “It started out in my basement just buying...