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At first, when Adrian Howard was asked by a co-worker to find someone to kill his estranged wife, police say, Howard thought the request was a joke.
We here at Current write a lot about ways that people can volunteer, donate or generally work to make Carmel better.
Carmel Theatre-goers will be in for a treat when Actor's Theatre of Indiana presents an exclusive engagement of "The Circus in Winter."
A local Carmel business is hoping that people looking to help others in need will come out to support a fundraiser Dec. 14. Gator Motorsport, 3353 W.96th St., will host the Coats, Cans and Cars event to help spread some holiday cheer.
They don't just bring in new clients or close big deals. Although they are high-achieving and successful in their chosen fields, this special group of people share not just an age camaraderie but a genuine concern for our community.
Peter Dunn is president of Pete the Planner, based in Carmel, Ind. His column appears weekly online and in The Indianapolis Star's Business & Jobs section on Sunday.
Carmel Clay Schools can boast the state’s highest ISTEP scores, a National Blue Ribbon-winning school and recent hire of a respected superintendent, yet some teachers are frustrated.
Carmel Clay Schools can boast the state's highest ISTEP scores, a National Blue Ribbon-winning school and recent hire of a respected superintendent, yet some teachers are frustrated.
A dispute over maintenance issues at the Mohawk Hills apartment complex at the intersection of Keystone Parkway and 126th Street is likely headed to court.
The new homeowners of 11188 Estancia Way — which is selling for $1.5 million — will have panoramic views of the wooded Carmel backyard.
Anyone who makes the trip along River Road from Carmel to Noblesville could see the benefit in improving the stretch of road south of 146th Street.
On Monday, December 2 at 1:00 p.m., First Merchants Chief Banking Officer Mike Stewart and First Merchants Bank Regional President Mike Hurst joined First Merchants facilities and banking center team members to celebrate the commencement of construction for a new First Merchants Banking Center.
Pictured Left to Right: Lindsay Sweet, Mike Stewart, Mike Hurst, Jeff Davis, Tammi Reichert , Troy Galbraith , Christine Alfery, Karla Hanger and Kevin Scharnowske.