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Carmel has so few potholes it can count them, including this one on Main Street east of Gray Road. (Staff photo)

So which Carmel roads will get repaved?

City officials increase road spending but still can’t provide any details By Adam Aasen City leaders take pride in Carmel’s roadways. Compared to the neighbor to the south, smooth streets are a luxury to...

Cole Stark, left. and Michael Muldowney, right, recently were awarded the C-SPAN StudentCam Award, which came with a $1,000 award for the two to split. Courtney Gilles, a representative from Bright House was in the middle. (Submitted photo)

C-SPAN recognizes 2 Carmel High School students

Staff report Carmel High School students Cole Stark, left. and Michael Muldowney, right, recently were awarded the C-SPAN StudentCam Award, which came with a $1,000 award for the two to split. Each year, students...

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Obituary: Maureen H. Kelner

Maureen H. Kelner, 79, of Carmel, died May 20, 2014. She was born in Gary, Ind., on August 4, 1934, to the late Peter J. and Marie Helen Joyce Higgins. Survivors include her husband,...

It’s a good idea to bring some lawn chairs for Zionsville’s summer concerts held at Lincoln Park. (Submitted photo)

Zionsville summer concerts

By Sophie Pappas Concertgoers won’t have to go far to find great entertainment this summer. While neighboring venues in Carmel and Indianapolis offer big-name gigs, Zionsville offers small-town entertainment with lots of local acts....