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WLKY's Fred Cowgill sues Trinity High School over injury suffered covering football game

Fred Cowgill, who has spent more than three decades as WLKY's sports director, is suing Trinity High School over an injury he sustained while covering the Shamrocks' first football game of the 2021 season from the sideline. Cowgill, 64, suffered a multi-ligamentous injury to his left knee, including a dislocated patella, during Trinity's game against Indiana's Carmel High School on Aug. 20, 2021, at Marshall Stadium in St. Matthews, according to a lawsuit his attorney filed...
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Cicero native fighting for a Colts roster spot

WESTFIELD — Sterling Weatherford remembers the training camp practices he attended as a kid, wearing either his Reggie Wayne or Peyton Manning jersey, screaming for autographs from his favorite players. Now a rookie signed to an undrafted free agent contract, Weatherford is the one signing the autographs for kids...
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Did HSE Schools make the grade?

A data-driven analysis of Indiana’s top 20 elementary schools. US News & World Report publishes rankings for Best Colleges, Best High Schools, Best Elementary Schools, Best Middle Schools as well as other educational rankings. The data for schools, kindergarten through 12th grade, can be found at Using filters, the data can be sorted by many factors, including school name, grade level, location, and public school type. This provides a valuable data resource for parents as well as school administrators and school board members.
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Carmel announces timeline for infrastructure improvements in Home Place

The City of Carmel has released details about its plans to improve roads and infrastructure in Home Place, with work set to begin next week. On or after Aug. 15, the construction of a multi-use path on 106th Street from Pennsylvania Street to College Avenue will begin. The path will be constructed along the south side of East 106th Street within the city’s right-of-way, with defined crossings at each intersecting roadway.

Westfield youth advocate dies on family vacation in Paris

WESTFIELD, Ind. (WISH) — An early intervention advocate with the Westfield Youth Assistance program died Tuesday while on a family vacation in Paris, the city government has announced. Christine Brown was “a passionate advocate for children and teenagers facing challenging life circumstances,” said a news release from the city...

Frankton restricts fireworks to around Independence Day and New Years

Madison County’s Frankton is the latest community to pass restrictions on when residents can set off consumer fireworks. Approved by the Frankton Town Council, fireworks will now be limited to days surrounding Independence Day and New Year’s Eve. Here are the only dedicated fireworks times for residents:. June...

Noblesville voter asks referendum question of board candidates

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Carmel details upcoming construction throughout Home Place neighborhoods

There are major improvements planned for the Home Place area of Carmel. These improvements involve storm water collection and mitigation, several roadway improvements, the creation of new roundabouts at major intersections, newly established pedestrian connectivity, landscaped medians, and other elements. 106th Street multi-use path. On or after Aug. 15, the...
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Number of bidders unclear for Grand Park

It remained unclear whether the city of Westfield received any bids for the Grand Park Sports Complex as officials explore the possibility of selling the park or entering into a public-private partnership. The deadline to submit bids for the 400-acre complex was Aug. 8. Sixteen entities met an April deadline...

Baby-themed store that caters to adults ordered to close

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WRTV)— Is it a sex shop or not? A store in Noblesville, Indiana, is being pressured to close because it may be contributing to a specific fetish. My Inner Baby sells adult diapers as well as clothing for adults that mimics children’s clothing. The City of...

Todd Thurston announces intent to run for Noblesville Common Council

Longtime Noblesville resident Todd Thurston has announced his plans to run for Noblesville Common Council in the newly redrawn District 2 in Southwest Noblesville. Thurston graduated from Noblesville High School in 1990, and has been a passionate volunteer, community leader, and advocate for the city ever since. Currently, Thurston serves...

Eat all the fish you can at Wayne-Fall Lions Club Fish Fry!

The Wayne-Fall Lions Club invites the community to an all-you-can-eat fish fry from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Clarksville Christian Church in the Picnic Shelter, 16600 Lehr St., Noblesville. The meal will include the Lions Club’s famous fried cod, plus two sides, a dessert, and...

No dirty street dancing for these Noblesville Lions!

Last Saturday evening, the Noblesville Lions gave time to assist at the Street Dance by keeping the trash cans clean. The club has done this for many years. A total of 16 Lions helped in the effort. (Above) The four Lions planning the action for the evening included (from left) Dale Unger, Steve Morgan, Joe Arrowood, and Steve Shaw.

Westfield Lions reveal new clubhouse location on 169th Street

The Westfield Lions Club has sold its landmark property on Jersey Street to make way for The Old Town Companies’ “Union Square” project. Lions President Rodney Benson said, “It was sad to leave our Jersey Street clubhouse with all its memories, but it’s also exciting to start a new era for the Club.” The Lions Club Building was a fixture on Jersey Street since 1957.

362,000+ people affected by spine practice data breach

Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz is investigating claims on behalf of patients whose data may have been stolen in a data breach at Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine in Carmel, Ind., the consumer rights law firm said Aug. 9. Three things to know:. 1. The investigation is related to...

Camp Frenzy: Frankfort

Camp Frenzy: The Frankfort Hotdogs look forward to seeing steady progress throughout the year. As we count down the days till high school football returns we are going to continue to look at how schools around our area are preparing. Up next on our Camp Frenzy tour we're going to take a look at the Frankfort Hot Dogs.