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Chaucie's Place is expanding its Smart Steps: A Body Safety Program for Children and it needs your help to reach as many students as possible.
Adam Mears, 41, Carmel, and Patrick Hayden, 37, Greensburg, were indicted in separate investigations, according to acting U.S. Attorney Josh J. Minkler.
Residents and guests recently enjoyed "A Conversation with Henry Winkler"at The Barrington of Carmel, Hamilton County's new LifeCare retirement community, as part of the community's Red Carpet Speaker Series.
Teachers and administrators of Carmel/Clay schools have been working this summer in formed committees to improve the current teacher evaluation systems.
Top row: Morgan Jenkins, Claire Corvari, Haley Harris, Kelsey Harris, Sarah Kalthoff, Lucy Allan, Mithu Chakrabarti, Hannah Blystone.
Shannon O'Malia Hall, 40, a teacher at St. Louis de Montfort Catholic School with her sons Connor, 10 and Danny, 8. The picture was taken just weeks before Hall was killed by her ex-husband in a murder- suicide.
Carmel was once known by another name, Bethlehem, when in 1837 four men settled here.
Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1oL9wWc Edward Rose and Sons has plans for 30 acres near U.S. 31 in Carmel.
Colts owner Jim Irsay seeks delay in trial on OWI charges Irsay had been slated to stand trial on the charges Aug. 28 in Noblesville.
Carmel may chip in $30K to keep bus service afloat Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority is turning to the city for cash infusion Check out this story on IndyStar.com: http://indy.st/1oJysgX A bus with new promotional logos on the side served as the background as Ehren Bingaman, then executive director of CIRTA spoke during a press ... (more)
A Bankrate analysis of equity-indexed annuities asks, "What exactly are these purported no-lose investments? Who's most likely to benefit by acquiring them? And what are the brokers not telling you during the free introductory dinner they often use to pitch their product?" The piece by Jay MacDonald notes, "Lei Liang, a quantitative analyst at ... (more)
Tim Campbell is a freelance Illustrator and Adjunct Faculty member in both the Fine Arts and Visual Communications department at Ivy Tech, who has lived in Carmel since 1990.
Each city department will have a chance to present its budget recommendations to the Carmel City Council and Mayor Jim Brainard.
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Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:28 am
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