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The Indiana Department of Transportation will begin intermittent closures of the Hagan-Burke Trail on April 9th. This is due to construction associated with the US 31 project.
04/04/2012 3:00 PM
On Thursday, April 5th, there will be a temporary lane closure on 116th Street east of Spring Mill Road from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for line location.
04/03/2012 11:00 AM
CARMEL, IN – There will be a temporary lane closure on 116th Street East Of Spring Mill Road as part of the Illinois Street Phase III Roadway Improvement Project. Specifically, it will allow crews to locate existing water mains at 116th Street & Spring Mill Road.
CARMEL, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will shift traffic on Clay Terrace Boulevard and Rangeline Road at US 31 to temporary pavement the morning of Friday, April 6. The shift will allow construction to begin on a ramp from US 31 southbound to Clay Terrace Boulevard and a bridge over Rangeline Road.
04/02/2012 1:00 AM
CARMEL, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation will begin intermittent closures of the Hagan-Burke Trail on or after Monday, April 9, in conjunction with bridge construction along Keystone Parkway south of U.S. Highway 31 at Carmel. INDOT’s contractor, Walsh Construction, will be allowed to close the trail for three consecutive days at a time—as dictated by construction activities.
INDIANAPOLIS – Designed to improve access to jobs, a new transportation link from Indianapolis to Fishers and Carmel with shuttles to workplaces officially begins April 2.
CARMEL, IN - College Avenue, between 111th and 116th, will be closed for approximately three weeks beginning Friday, March 30, 2012. Traffic will be restricted to local traffic only just north of the Central Park entrance. The College Avenue entrance to Central Park can be accessed from the south via 111th Street.
03/28/2012 1:00 AM
Carmel, IN - The City is now taking applications for the 2012 Arts Grant. The deadline for the initial round of applications is Monday, April 16th, 2012 at noon. You can find a copy of the 2012 Arts Grant Application on the City of Carmel website at www.Carmel.in.gov. Click on the City of Carmel logo/link on the homepage where you will be redirected to a page that will include a link titled 2012 Arts Grant Application/Agreement.PDF.
Applications are now available online for the 2012 Arts Grants. First round applications due by noon, April 16th.
The second annual Carmel Marathon will be April 21st featuring runners from all over the world competing in a Marathon, Half Marathon, Championship Weekend 8K, and a 1-mile Family Fitness Walk.
The State of Indiana is making major changes to the US 31 corridor through Hamilton County.
03/08/2012 10:00 PM
Carmel, IN – Daylight-saving time starts Sunday, March 11, and marks the 25th anniversary of the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® (CYCCYB) program, which reminds us to change and test the batteries in our smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. This message is simple and the habit can be lifesaving.
CARMEL, IN – In order to make needed infrastructure improvements and to meet higher daily operating costs, the Carmel City Council recently approved changes to the water and sewer rates for Carmel Utilities. The new water rates went into effect December 2011 and new sewer rates went into effect February 2012. The cost of obtaining, treating and delivering water, and treating wastewater has been steadily rising due to increases in the market prices of the commodities, supplies and energy needed to operate, build and maintain our water and wastewater utilities.
02/29/2012 1:00 AM
Overnight on Monday, February 20th and Tuesday, February 21st, from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., Range Line Road near City Center, will be closed to relay storm pipe across the road. The exact location of the closure will be about 500 feet north of Nappanee Drive.
02/20/2012 4:30 PM
The City of Carmel will welcome two new statues to its J. Seward Johnson sculpture collection this Saturday, February 11 at the IU Health North Hospital Valentine’s Gallery Walk from 5 – 10 p.m. in the Arts & Design District. The statue “One Man’s Search,” featuring a man wearing a Carmel High School sweater sitting on a bench reading a book, will be placed in front of Huddles Frozen Yogurt located at 110 West Main Street, Suite 115. The statue “Ambassador of the Streets,” depicting a woman dressed in a red business suit walking her dog, will be placed in front of 14 Districts boutique located at 110 West Main Street, Suite 104.
On February 9, 2012 at approximately 1:30 pm the Carmel Police Department responded to a crash in the intersection of 111th Street and Pennsylvania Street. A black 2004 Cadillac travelling northbound on Pennsylvania collided with a silver 2011 Chevrolet Aveo that was westbound on 111th. Witnesses at the scene stated that the silver Chevrolet did not stop at the stop sign and struck the Cadillac. The Carmel Police Department’s Accident Investigation Team was called to the scene to assist.
Media Advisory - Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Carmel Arts & Design District at Saturday’s IU Health North Hospital Gallery Walk
Wine and dine with your valentine at one of the District restaurants, browse the new and exciting exhibits at the nine District galleries and explore all the unique things the District shops have to offer.
CARMEL, IN - One hundred seventy-five years ago on April 13, 1837, four farmers with adjoining property donated land to create a town at the intersection of what today is Main Street and Range Line Road. The original 14 lots made up the town that was originally called Bethlehem. To celebrate the beginning of our community, the Carmel Clay Historical Society is partnering with the City of Carmel to host a Founders Day Dinner Gala April 13 at the Ritz Charles. The event will mark the beginning of a year's worth of events throughout the city that celebrate our community's history and its future.
02/07/2012 1:00 AM
The Wall Street Journal The Indianapolis Star
In case you missed Carmel Mayor Jim Brainard on Fox & Friends this morning discussing jobs and the economy, here are two links that will take you to the video.