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Women in Noblesville Network & Woman of Impact Award

Call for Nominations!

Help us recognize women making a positive impact in the community though stewardship, service, leadership and compassion. Our WIN Network established this award to celebrate and recognize the extraordinary impacts of women contributions to the Noblesville community. The winner of the Woman of Impact Award will be unveiled at the Women's Leadership Luncheon in August - Submit your nominations now!

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The City of Noblesville announced a transformational partnership with Pacers Sports & Entertainment to bring the Mad Ants, the company’s affiliate in the NBA G League, to Noblesville. THE NBA G League is the second most prominent men’s basketball league in the world, behind only the NBA. To accommodate the move, Noblesville plans to build… READ MORE

The City of Noblesville says White River traffic restrictions will be in place through 2024 due to the construction of the new Pleasant Street bridge... READ MORE

The City of Noblesville was named a 2023 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management. This is the 33rd consecutive year Noblesville has earned this national distinction... READ MORE

Members of the Noblesville Mayor’s Youth Council have created an herb garden and art display in the South Alley of downtown Noblesville. The garden includes mint, basil, and oregano, which are free for public use.

“I love spending time with our future leaders and the energy and love they have for Noblesville...” READ MORE

According to the Brookings Institute, a survey of individuals aged 25-54 who were not in the labor force showed that nearly half of men and 54% of women reported taking pain medications daily and, “one estimate suggests the opioid epidemic accounts for 43% of the decline in men’s labor force participation rate between 1999 and 2015 and 25% of the decline for women.... READ MORE

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Riverview Health Foundation has announced that it raised more than $80,000 at its 19th annual Women of Vision Luncheon.

Riverview Health Foundation hosted the luncheon on April 27 at Ritz Charles with more than 300 guests in attendance and raised over $80,000 from sponsorship, tickets, and gifts... READ MORE

Tourism Works 2023 provides an insightful overview of the tourism industry in Hamilton County. This report highlights the significant contributions of tourism to the local economy, emphasizing its role in job creation, community development, and economic growth... READ MORE

The new Doable & Viewable Art Pass provides an exciting opportunity to explore the vibrant arts scene in Hamilton County. With a focus on the cities of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield and the Northern Towns, this pass grants access to a diverse range of artistic experiences... GET YOUR PASS

As you may know, the highly anticipated total solar eclipse of 2024 is just around the corner, and preparations have begun for this extraordinary celestial event. To ensure the best experience possible, we kindly request your participation in a brief survey... TAKE THE SURVEY

The board of directors of The Farmers Bank has appointed Christopher Cook to serve as the bank’s next President & CEO, Chairman Stanley Smith announced today. Cook will begin serving in that role when current President and CEO Karen Gregerson retires in September... READ MORE

Congratulations, Karen, on your well-earned retirement!

Noblesville Main Street announced Duke Energy as its first season-long sponsor of the Noblesville Farmers Market. This support powers all 24 weeks of the Farmers Market (May 6th – October 14th), covers the fee for the nonprofit space each week, and brings a new “safety day” to the Noblesville Farmers Market later this summer.… READ MORE

Noblesville Schools has named four educators as 2023 Teachers of the Year. The teachers were nominated by their principals and were selected for the honor by a committee of administrators... READ MORE

ScreenBroidery is proud to announce the promotion of Alec Witham to Director of Creative and Marketing. Alec has been with ScreenBroidery for 8 years and has played a key role in the company’s recent 140% growth and development of several national marketing campaigns... READ MORE

Church Church Hittle + Antrim is proud to congratulate Leslie Craig Henderzahs for being selected as a Distinguished Barrister in the 2023 class of Indiana Lawyer’s Leadership in Law Awards. Leslie is a partner in the firm since 1992 and serves in the litigation, mediation, and family law sections... READ MORE

Verdure Sciences®, a plant-based ingredient supplier, announced today it successfully passed USP’s voluntary and comprehensive Ingredient Verification Program, demonstrating it meets quality standards for its WokVel® Boswellia serrata extract.

The USP Ingredient Verification Program helps ingredient manufacturers ensure quality and reduce risk while also providing them with a way to differentiate their ingredients in an increasingly competitive global market... READ MORE

The Hamilton County Bicentennial Commission would like to announce its lineup of grant-funded and community events for June 2023. Washington Township, located in the western section of Hamilton County and home to Westfield, is being celebrated during June... READ MORE

Noblesville-based Helmer Scientific, which makes temperature-controlled storage equipment for hospitals, labs, blood banks, and pharmacies, has been acquired by heating-and-cooling tech giant Trane Technologies. The companies said Helmer Scientific’s 425 employees have joined Trane Technologies, and the business will continue its operations in Noblesville.... READ MORE

Indy Eleven announced its commitment to the USL Super League, a new professional women’s soccer league kicking off in August 2024. The Eleven will join an initial group of 10-12 markets as pioneering members of this first division league in women’s soccer....READ MORE

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Cutting Edge Countertops, Inc., the premier countertop fabricator for the Midwest with six showrooms and four service centers across Ohio, Michigan and Indiana, announced the hiring of Doug Heerdegen as President. Heerdegen joins a fast growing, successful manufacturing company, hired to provide leadership and strategic vision to the company and its day-to-day operations... READ MORE

Indiana Members Credit Union (IMCU) is pleased to announce 8 Operations team promotions, further strengthening its organization. “We’re excited to build upon our Operations team as we continue to position the credit for long-term growth,” said John Newett, President and CEO of IMCU... READ MORE

With Indiana's tech industry rapidly growing, Ivy Tech is making it easy to get the skills you or your employees need to keep up—and even get ahead. The IT Academy will offer the most advanced and innovative way to rapidly get in-demand IT training and skills... LEARN MORE Complete the INTEREST FORM.

Not all third-party payroll service providers are created equal. A trusted, qualified company can help keep businesses secure and tax compliant. An unreliable or fraudulent company can lead to missed deposits, theft or returns not being filed.... READ MORE

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