Current Publishing launches another Hamilton County newspaper

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Publishers of the weekly Current in Carmel newspaper launched a publication this month in Hamilton County, Current in Noblesville.

The weekly Current in Noblesville will be delivered to 24,127 homes by mail, said Brian Kelly, who, along with fellow Hamilton County resident Steve Greenberg, launched Current Publishing LLC in 2006.

Current Publishing also publishes Current in Westfield and Carmel Business Leader.

Greenberg, the company’s executive vice president and general manager, said adding a Noblesville newspaper to the company’s holdings was as much in answer to advertiser and resident wishes as it was the company’s desire to continue rapid growth.

“If we’re not taking care of our advertisers’ needs and desires, and the wishes of our readership, we’re out of the game,” he said.

Kelly and Greenberg also announced the appointment of former longtime Indianapolis Star and News reporter and editor Zach Dunkin as managing editor of the newspaper group.


  • For god's sake, PLEASE, can we not subject yet another population to this pathetic attempt at 'journalism???' Can it not be sent to me???

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