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For the third year in a row, Riverview Health has been named an INspire Hospital of Distinction by the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA), in partnership with Governor Eric J. Holcomb and State Health Commissioner Lindsay Weaver, M.D., FACEP, for its commitment to infant and maternal health. Read More

First Merchants Bank announces recognition from workplace culture company Comparably in five categories for 2023. The bank was selected out of 70,000 companies across the U.S. with honors for Best Career Growth, Best Leadership, Best CEOs for Women, Best Work-Life Balance, and, for the first time, Best CEO. Read More

Rick Fuson, Pacers Sports & Entertainment Chief Executive Officer, recently announced that, effective June 18, he will retire as CEO. Fuson, who joined PS&E in June of 1984 as Director of Special Events, moved into the CEO role at the beginning of 2022 after serving as President and Chief Operating Officer since 2014. READ MORE

Darren Peterson was elected the new president of the Noblesville Common Council following a vote during an organization meeting held at the first council meeting of the year. Megan Wiles was elected as vice president. READ MORE

The Noblesville Common Council recognized Deputy Mayor Matt Light as the 2023 Stake in the Ground honoree.

The “Stake in the Ground” Award is designed to recognize city employees – typically at the director level – who go above and beyond their job by “putting a stake in the ground” to be the best city employee and have a significant impact in serving constituents. Read More

Noblesville City Council approves TIF district consolidation, lease rental bonds for events center. Read More

The Noblesville City Council considered amending an ordinance to allow a private school — Eman Schools — to be built on 17.9 acres of 31 total acres at 14600-14800 block of Boden Road in Noblesville at its Jan. 9 meeting. Read More

On the move: Noblesville Mayor Chris Jensen focuses on building city and region.

A day in the life of Mayor Chris Jensen, READ MORE

The Farmers Bank commemorated the grand opening of its new Westfield Financial Center and announced a new local scholarship through the Westfield Washington School Foundation. Read More

The Farmers Bank Becomes Naming Rights Partner for Card & Associate’s Hickory Junction Multi-Sport Fieldhouse in Lebanon Andy Card, Card & Associates founder is thrilled to welcome The Farmers Bank as the title partner to Hickory Junction multi-sport fieldhouse. The Farmers Bank Fieldhouse at Hickory Junction is set to debut in February. READ MORE

Invest Hamilton County, in coordination with over a dozen corporate, civic, education, and philanthropic partners has produced a labor market forecast for the state’s fastest growing county going out to the year 2030. Read More

The State of Workforce Luncheon is set for March 19! Register now! Mike Thibideau, President & CEO of Invest Hamilton County, and a national speaker from Lightcast, leaders in labor market analytics, will dive into the data learned from the Talent InSight 2030 project and how it compares to national trends.

Mark Heirbrandt has been elected president of the Hamilton County Commissioners. He replaces Christine Altman in the role. Steve Dillinger will serve as Vice President. Election of officers is an annual practice at the first meeting of each year. Read More

Amy Massillamany has been elected president of the Hamilton County Council. Sue Maki will serve as Vice President. Read More

IMCU is one of only two credit unions in the state (and the only one in central Indiana) to receive a 5-star rating from Newsweek and be listed as one of the Best Regional Credit Unions for 2024!

According to a study from Inc, around 60 percent of small businesses that suffer a malware infection or data breach end up closing within six months of the event.

Because cybersecurity is so critical to the survival of a business, it’s important to have a plan in place that covers several key components. READ MORE

Nickel Plate Arts unveils rebrand as Noblesville Creates!

The brand reflects the important partnership with the City of Noblesville. The city has prioritized artists as cornerstones of the community, creating an environment in which artists can thrive. Read More

Noblesville Creates, previously known as Nickel Plate Arts, will feature seven artists. Read More

Ivy Tech Community College announced the appointment of Dr. Rachel L. Kartz as the new chancellor of the Hamilton County campus, effective immediately. Kartz recently served as interim chancellor and vice president for academic affairs for the campus. READ MORE

Community First Bank of Indiana (CFB) announced key updates to its leadership team structure, poising the bank for continued expansion while remaining diligent to its commitment of exceptional service for its customers and local community partners.

Bob Hickman has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Chief Banking and Credit Officer.

Carlonda Davis has been promoted to Vice President,

Chief Administrative Officer/DE&I.

Janelle Campbell has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Director of Consumer Banking.

Jonathon Malin has been promoted to Senior Vice President, Director of Commercial Banking. READ MORE

Community First Bank of Indiana (CFB) is pleased to welcome Zach Lundin as its newest Mortgage Loan Officer serving Hamilton and Marion Counties. READ MORE

Janelle Campbell

Jonathon Malin

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Construction crews are about halfway done reviving three HAND-owned houses on Historic Pleasant Street, a $1.4 million development that will create four affordable two-bedroom rental units for working families. READ MORE

Applications are open for the Indiana Technical Assistance Program through the Indiana Small Business Development Center. The program connects small businesses with assistance for complete growth and improvement projects. READ MORE

Noblesville Schools broke ground on a major academic expansion that will add much-needed new

space in support of the district’s nationally recognized STEM and performing arts programs. The addition

will include up to 22 new classrooms, welding and construction labs, enlarged performing arts spaces,

an additional café area, a makerspace, room for large group meetings, storage, and more. READ MORE

Addie McMillan, senior at Noblesville High School (NHS), has won the 2024 Distinguished Young Woman of Hamilton County Scholarship Program held at Hamilton Heights High School... Read More

Noblesville Schools Board Meeting Highlights, Jan. 9, 2024 Read More

This is what inclusion looks like! Unified basketball game bursts with 'pure joy.'

"Anyone who watches those games, it doesn't matter if it's the other team, you are giving high fives. It's just about love and bringing everybody together." - Matt Johnson READ MORE

One local organization hasn’t let the cold or snow stop them from serving those in need. Meals on Wheels – Hamilton County has made it a goal to serve anyone in the area who needs a hot meal who otherwise wouldn’t get one. Read More

The Hamilton East Public Library is thrilled to announce the launch of their newly redesigned website, marking a significant milestone in their commitment to delivering an enhanced online experience for library users. READ MORE

From March 25th – June 25th, IBE's Black Business Training Institute will offer a robust business management program (FREE of charge) — focusing on practical business skills that can immediately be applied by small Black business owners. Learn More

February 17th, 2024 from 7-10pm - Join Ignite Transform for a night of music, magic and fun as we transform the Embassy Suites into a Mardi Gras party benefitting mental health in our community!

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U.S. Chamber President & CEO Delivered the 2024 State of American Business. Watch the recording now:

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