Tagged: Carmel

Nick Wimmer has found success at his job as Which Wich sandwich shop in Carmel.

A perfect combination

Job fair aims to link special needs students to the right employers By Dawn Pearson Carmel High School student Nick Wimmer has always dealt with social issues and had trouble communicating. Which isn’t surprising...

Mary Johnston shares her expertise as an instructor at the Carmel Academy of the Arts. She also displays her works during every Carmel Arts & Design Second Saturday Gallery Walk at 27 E. Main St.

Carmel artist on the rise

Local painter gaining foothold in New York City galleries Carmel artist Mary Johnston has exhibited her contemporary landscape paintings in art shows stretching across the country from New York to New Mexico. She received personal requests...

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The other Sept. 11

[imagebrowser id=37] Word War II memories still linger across the Atlantic By Terri L. Spilman Each year on Sept. 11, while most Americans reflect on the deadliest attack on U.S. soil, the people of Flavigny,...

Les Olds, gray hair on right, advises the Carmel City Center Community Development Corp. Sept. 10.

Les Olds could be back at CRC in two weeks

By Pete Smith The City of Carmel is searching for a back door to quietly usher Les Olds, the embattled former executive director of the Carmel Redevelopment Commission, back into city government. And that...

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Gun range moves proposed site

This story was update at 4:04 p.m. on September 10, 2013 By Karen Kennedy On Sept. 4, Mayor Jim Brainard confirmed that the city had received notification that Tom Willingham’s application for Point Blank Gun...

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Brewhouse coming to Merchants’ Square

By Karen Kennedy Merchants’ Square, which has languished of late as established businesses have relocated to Range Line Road and beyond, will receive a much-needed boost with the opening of a new 37,000-square-foot Flix...