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Fishers police warn residents of phone scams

FISHERS, Ind. (WISH) — The Fishers Police Department has been receiving different reports of telephone scams in the last several weeks. Residents have reported that the suspect calls the victim, accusing them of having an arrest warrant and demanding they send gift cards to clear their name, the department says.
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Catalytic converters stolen from Muncie homeless shelter

MUNCIE, Ind. — A Muncie homeless shelter is down two cars this morning after a thief cut a barbed wire fence and stole catalytic converters from Muncie Mission vehicles while also damaging another employee vehicle. Muncie Mission discovered the theft Tuesday morning after a maintenance man doing his normal...

Fishers police warn of recent scams

FISHERS, Ind. — The Fishers Police Department is warning residents of phone scams reported over the last several weeks. Most recently, the department has gotten reports involving a suspect accusing a victim of a crime of having an outstanding arrest warrant and demanding the victim send gift cards to clear their name.
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Noblesville High School boys soccer team boasts 5 Division I signees

Noblesville High School boys soccer coach Ken Dollaske understands the talent his team had last season. After all, the Millers captured the Class 3A state title Oct. 30, 2021, beating Carmel 3-1 in the final. Noblesville finished with a 20-1-1 record, with the only loss coming to an out-of-state team, Cleveland St. Ignatius.

Fishers residents lose thousands in phone scams, police say

FISHERS, Ind. — Police in Fishers are warning of phone scams after a few residents were “taken advantage of” and lost thousands of dollars. The Fishers Police Department said it has responded to several types of phone scams over the past few weeks. One of the most recent involved the scammer accusing the victim of having an outstanding arrest warrant and demanding they send gift cards to clear their name, FPD noted.

The Chicks move past vocal issues, slam Roe v. Wade reversal during triumphant show (Photos)

CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio – Natalie Maines didn’t waste any time proving that her voice is just fine during The Chicks’ concert at Blossom Music Center Monday night. It was barely more than a week ago The Chicks walked off stage during a concert in Noblesville, Ind., as Maines struggled to belt out her signature notes. The group’s frontwoman was placed on vocal rest, postponing a run of shows that included a stop in Cincinnati.
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Indiana’s first mochi donut shop opens in Noblesville

INDIANAPOLIS — Originally from California, Tom Nguyen moved to Indiana and realized he couldn’t get the mochi donuts he loved. The solution: He figured out how to make them and opened Mochi Joy, the first donut shop of its kind in Indiana, with wife and co-owner Rachel Burnett.
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New ISP trooper, Lawrenceburg native assigned to Pendleton Post

PENDLETON, IN — A Lawrenceburg native who graduated from the 82nd Indiana State Police Recruit Academy on June 16 has been assigned to the ISP-Pendleton Post. 23-year-old Avery Weisbrodt is a 2016 graduate of Lawrenceburg High School. After graduating from LHS, Weisbrodt joined the U.S. Army and spent five...

Dave Matthews Band Welcomes Preservation Hall Jazz Band & Joe Lawlor In Noblesville

Dave Matthews Band teamed back up with a collaborators Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Joe Lawlor during their two-night stand at Noblesville, Indiana’s Ruoff Music Center formerly known as Deer Creek. The Pres Hall Horns joined DMB on June 24 in a concert guitarist Tim Reynolds did not play due to testing positive for COVID-19 while Lawlor would step into Tim’s spot for a few songs on June 25.
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Restore Hyper Wellness conducts Zionsville grand opening

Restore Hyper Wellness, a health and wellness center dedicated to proactive wellness services, is opening a. new location in Zionsville. The grand opening was scheduled to take place from June 23 to June 26 at 11100 N. Michigan Rd., Suite 130. Restore Hyper Wellness offers services for physical and mental...

Goodbye Crossroads Classic, hello 'Indy Classic': Purdue, Ball State to play in new event

Ryan Vaughn is always thinking, always planning, always dreaming. It's how he's turned Indianapolis into one of the premiere cities for the biggest sports events in the country. So when the President of the Indiana Sports Corp was working with Russ Potts Productions' President Zach Franz to pull off the men's college basketball tournament bubble in 2021, an idea was born. The Crossroads Classic, which had hosted games each December involving IU, Purdue, Butler and Notre Dame...
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Around the Table: Restaurant openings, closings in Indy, Carmel, Fishers

INDIANAPOLIS — Jolene Ketzenberger of Culinary Crossroads always knows what’s happening in Central Indiana’s restaurant scene, so she stops by each Monday to fill us in. She has one closing to report this week: ND Street Bar at 46th and College in SoBro. The restaurant from entrepreneur Kimbal Musk just recently changed its name from Next Door.

Ivy Tech Muncie-Henry County Announces ‘Ivy Parents Achieve Success with Support’ Initiative

MUNCIE, Ind.– Ivy Parents Achieve Success with Support (I.PASS) is a new initiative at Ivy Tech Muncie-Henry County to help support single parents in earning workforce-ready certifications and associates degrees. The program provides single parents with connections to community programs, mentors in the Ivy Tech community and additional support through meetings.

11 Indiana Playgrounds Worth The Drive

With state-of-the-art play structures and lots of space to run, these Indiana playgrounds will bring out the inner child in everyone. Meadowlark Park in Carmel has now reopened to the public, and features a completely reimagined playground experience! The new playground at Meadowlark Park features three big play structures for kids of all ages to enjoy. The structure for big kids includes geometric domes that kids can climb up to and through, and metal slides that send you back to the ground. There’s also a play structure for climbers and parkour enthusiasts that features bridges to cross, monkey bars to swing from and other obstacles. The play structure for babies and young kids also invites tiny tots to climb, slide and explore, but everything is scales smaller for the youngest adventurers.
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Steel building maker acquires Yorktown facility, adding jobs

A steel structural building manufacturer in North Carolina is expanding operations into the Midwest. Northedge Steel LLC says it is investing $6 million to acquire the former All-Steel Carports property in Yorktown with plans to add up to 40 full-time jobs. Northedge Steel acquired the 65,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and sales...