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Uncategorized Hundreds of police officers have been labeled liars. Some still help send people to prison. Across the USA, prosecutors aren’t tracking officer misconduct, skirting Supreme Court “Brady” rules and sometimes leading to wrongful convictions.        
Uncategorized Auto tech company plans to bring 50 high-paying jobs to Westfield with new engineering lab A tech company that specializes in autonomous vehicle technology is opening an engineering lab in Westfield.        
Uncategorized A former Marsh in Noblesville won't be a self-storage facility after all The former grocery store, one of seven former Marsh stores in Hamilton County, now has a new destiny.        
Uncategorized Nostalgia in Noblesville as railroad tracks as old as the city itself are removed Before the first building on the Noblesville’s Historic Courthouse Square was ever built, the train tracks were there. They will soon be gone.        
Uncategorized Twin sisters help Noblesville capture soccer sectional title over rival HSE Noblesville knocked off HSE 3-1 to claim its third sectional championship in four years.        
Uncategorized Carmel's play cafe The Urban Chalkboard is closing The Urban Chalkboard in Carmel offers parents of children up to 6 years of age a place to grab a cup of coffee or a snack while their kids play.        
Uncategorized New distribution center to bring hundreds of jobs to Westfield Gordon Food Service plans to build a new distribution center in the NorthPoint Industrial Park in Westfield, creating hundreds of jobs in the area.        
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Uncategorized Why Westfield Mayor Cook wants to put food and beverage tax dollars toward Grand Park Westfield Mayor Andy Cook wants to use the city’s food and beverage tax dollars to fund Grand Park expenditures, giving the sports campus more money.        
Uncategorized How this Carmel school resource officer spends his day Greg Dewald, a school resource officer with the Carmel Police Department who works six schools, could get help if voters approve additional taxes.        
Uncategorized This is how Carmel school safety referendum money would be used if it passes on Nov. 5 Carmel schools have three police officers who cover 14 schools teaching 6,000 of its youngest students. A November voter referendum would change that.        
Uncategorized Carmel's school resource officers may get more help Carmel Police Department’s Officer Greg Dewald is assigned to six local schools, and may get help if voters decide on a tax hike.        
Uncategorized Will Grand Park solve Westfield's revenue woes? When the $75 million Grand Park youth sports complex opened in 2014, supporters expected it would help generate enough revenue to pay off the costs to build it by 2022. Here’s what happened.        
Uncategorized A new festival, Palladium cleaning and golf simulators: How Carmel could spend 2020 budget Mayor Jim Brainard introduced his 2020 budget to Carmel City Council on Monday, detailing his administrations plans.        
Uncategorized Chill out with a glass of wine: Westfield's Urban Vines is bringing back its heated igloos Urban Vines Winery & Brewery has opened reservations for its heated igloos, where people can sip wine on the patio in Westfield in the winter months.        
Uncategorized Income taxes will go up in Hamilton County in 2020. Here's why. Hamilton County’s local income taxes could increase if the county’s city councils agree more tax money is needed for 911 operations.        
Uncategorized Fall's hottest new restaurants in Indianapolis, Carmel, Noblesville and the south side Cool fall days and crisp nights are the perfect times to try new restaurants in and around Indianapolis.        
Uncategorized There's a winery opening in an 1800s farmhouse in Noblesville. Here's why you'll love it. Spencer Farm Winery is located six minutes from downtown Noblesville. Here’s a list of the best wines to try and everything you need to know.        
Uncategorized 16 fun things to do after work each day in Hamilton County Karaoke, laser tag, rock climbing, trivia and more: Here’s a list of things to do after work in Carmel, Fishers, Westfield and Noblesville.        
Uncategorized These were the most talked about dishes at the IndyStar Wine & Food Experience More USA Today Wine & Food Experiences in Cincinnati, Louisville and Chicago feature Food Network’s Scott Conant and Antoni Porowski of ‘Queer Eye.’