Palladium Night

The Roundabout

Trisha Turner
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Trisha Turner

Trisha Turner is a freelance writer and editor who focuses on nonprofits, education and fitness. She and her family moved to Fishers more than 15 years ago, giving her a front row seat to the area’s explosive growth. But she’s also fascinated by its rich history. She loves spreading the word about Hamilton County attractions — and telling the many stories of the people and places behind them.

Food, Drink & a Side of History: Local Businesses in Repurposed Buildings

The walls of every business have stories to tell. Some of those stories are just loaded with more history, more chance encounters and more twists and turns than others. The stories of Hamilton County’s Schoolhouse 7 Café, for example, fall squarely in the “more history” category. Once a one-room schoolhouse, then a residence, its building now is a schoolhouse of a different kind — the kind that’s a coffee shop and drive-thru…

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11 Ways to Travel Through Hamilton County (No Car Necessary)

Sure, we’re proud of our roadways and our roundabouts. But there also are plenty of ways to travel Hamilton County that don’t require a car. Check out the winding trails, popular waterways and sky-high adventures. Some excursions are seasonal, others year-round. But all are great ways to take in the sights and sounds of Hamilton County … without even stopping for gas…

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The Boom of 116th Street in Fishers

Want to experience some of Hamilton County’s most exciting new developments in dining, shopping and playing? From Geist Reservoir to west Carmel, the roughly 20-mile trek across 116th Street offers up the perfect slice of the area’s tremendous growth. So plan a journey along 116th Street in Hamilton County. We’ll help, by guiding you to a few key points of interest along the way…

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