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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...
INDIANAPOLIS, IN
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HAGERSTOWN NOW ONE WIN AWAY FROM LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES

(Whitestown,IN)--There was plenty of excitement around Hagerstown Tuesday in advance of Tuesday’s Little League baseball game in Whitestown. Now that the team is just one win away from a trip to the Little League World Series in Pennsylvania, that excitement level is bound to go through the roof. "We live in a community that selfless and wants to come out and support these kids," said Jay Hale, whose son plays on the team. The championship game takes place Thursday afternoon at 4. Some Hagerstown groups are forming watch parties for Thursday. The game will be televised live on ESPN2.
HAGERSTOWN, IN
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Noblesville voter asks referendum question of board candidates

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NOBLESVILLE, IN
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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...
NOBLESVILLE, IN
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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...
NOBLESVILLE, IN
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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.
NOBLESVILLE, IN

Indiana is Home to An Adult Baby Store and People Are Not Happy About It

Indiana is home to an adult baby store, and it turns out some people in the Noblesville community are less than stoked about it. This is not something I ever thought I'd write about, but here we are. It's 2022, and nothing is off the table anymore. I figure before we get into the real meat and potatoes of what's going on here with this adult baby store, we should first define adult babies. So what are adult babies? To be completely honest, I had never heard of adult babies until I saw the TLC show My Crazy Obsession. The show highlighted Stanley, who by all accounts is a normal guy, but when he's in his home he lives his life as a small child.
NOBLESVILLE, IN

Hagerstown Little League representing Indiana on ESPN

WHITESTOWN, Ind. — Hagerstown is rallying around some of its youngest athletes as they compete for a chance at the Little League World Series. The town of less then 2,000 was decked out in purple Monday night. While hundreds watched from the Little League Central Region Complex in Whitestown, even more were watching at home […]
HAGERSTOWN, IN
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SMC Corporation helps Noblesville Parks plant trees, remove invasive species

SMC Corporation of America and the Noblesville Parks Department recently worked together on a sustainable program to help restore the Hague Road Nature Haven. The project, aimed at sustainability and beautification, involved removing invasive species that are a problem in the area. “As we continue to battle this ever-growing problem,...
NOBLESVILLE, IN

Winchester man found guilty of murder, auto theft

WINCHESTER, Ind. — A Randolph Circuit Court jury on Tuesday found a Winchester man guilty of murder and three other charges. Monty Joseph Cook, 62, was accused of killing David Brumley, a 61-year-old Winchester man, in the victim's West South Street home in November 2018. In addition to the murder count, which carries a maximum 65-year...
WINCHESTER, IN
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HAGERSTOWN LITTLE LEAGUE TWO WINS AWAY FROM WORLD SERIES

(Whitestown, IN)--Don’t expect much activity around Hagerstown Tuesday afternoon. That’s because much of the town will be either literally or figuratively in Whitestown as a group of Hagerstown kids compete for a spot in the Little League World Series. "It's one of those situations where the town kind of shuts down," said Hagerstown Little League President Shawn Murphy. Hagerstown now represents all of Indiana and is now just two wins away from a trip to Pennsylvania for the World Series. "This is an opportunity that a lot of these kids are never going to get again," Murphy added). The team takes on Kentucky at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
HAGERSTOWN, IN
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All aboard Superhero Express

Join your favorite superhero for a special train ride Sept. 10 and 11. For one weekend only, Superhero Express will take over Nickel Plate Express (NPX) for a one-of-a-kind train ride your kids won’t soon forget. Start the day off with a special superhero training. Learn new moves from...
NOBLESVILLE, IN
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Mural pays tribute to slain 24-year-old Indiana officer

One day before his death, Noah Shahnavaz stopped to compliment the mural’s artist, not knowing the artwork would eventually pay tribute to his ultimate sacrifice — By Sarah Calams. The young officer not only made an impact within his community and department, but also with those he encountered...
ELWOOD, IN

MITS providing free weekly shuttle to BMV for voter IDs

MUNCIE, Ind. – People needing drivers' licenses or Indiana state identification in order to register and vote in the November general election can ride a special weekly MITS shuttle to the Muncie Bureau of Motor Vehicles office. The MITS Plus shuttle van leaves the downtown transfer station at 9:30...
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