Descendants of the architect for the Boone County Courthouse visited Lebanon Tuesday to see the building designed and built more than 110 years ago.
Stein Mart Inc. announced today that it and its subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions form bankruptcy relief under Chapter 11 in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida – Jacksonville Division.
When Anna Ulam opens Collective Roots, 1102 Central Ave., it will be the first grocery store of any kind in downtown Anderson in nearly 50 years.
It will be a year like no other for those attending ISU and other colleges with residential campuses. Masking and social distancing are paramount; social life will be more limited, and even dining halls have new safety protocols.
Three positive COVID cases at Riverton Parke Jr./Sr. High School, with other staff quarantined, prompted Southwest Parke Community Schools to dismiss in-person learning districtwide Tuesday and instead use elearning until Aug. 24.
In what could be one of the few races this year, 40 high school cross country teams are slated to compete Saturday in the Valley Kickoff at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course.
Local workers will continue to produce ventilators inside the Kokomo General Motors Components Holdings plant after the company fulfills its order from the federal government to produce 30,000 of the machines.
While short-lived, strong gusts of wind left trees and power lines down across the county and thousands without power Monday evening.
A former Anderson police officer who last year was under investigation by the Indiana State Police for suspicion of child molestation turned himself in Monday on a unrelated charges of child molestation and child solicitation.
Two staff members and one student at Riverton-Parke Jr./Sr. High School have tested positive for COVID, causing several other staff to be placed on quarantine, Superintendent Phil Harrison stated this afternoon.
A poll conducted by the American Lung Association shows 70% of the respondents favor a smoke-free environment at public places, including bars and casinos in Indiana.
Madison County officials are under the gun to decide whether or not to pay for three new trucks obtained by the highway department.
HENRYVILLE — Some Henryville residents are taking a stand after several members of the American Nazi Party were reported to be passing out materials in a Clark County park over the weekend.
Wanting to hear more input from the public, the Boone County Commissioners have delayed closing four sections of roads around the county because of failing culverts.
The State Board of Accounts on Friday issued a special compliance report in which it said Daleville Community Schools does have some financial liability for two failed charter online schools for which it served as authorizer.
The Big Ten is on the verge of canceling football this fall, a historic move in the midst of a global COVID-19 pandemic that has infected more than 5 million people and claimed more than 160,000 lives in the United States.
A 20-year-old Berne woman and a 44-year-old Anderson man were the drivers involved Friday night in a fatal car-motorcycle crash in rural Madison County.
INDIANA — A Clark County woman convicted and sentenced to 120 years in 1986 for the drowning deaths of two of her children has filed a motion to reduce and suspend her prison time.
In the days leading up to the start of school on Aug. 5, Anderson Community Schools interim Superintendent Joe Cronk started visiting each of the buildings in the district to check on the preparations for the return of students for in-person classes following their absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As work gets underway this week on the 2021 general operating balance, the Madison County Council's first task will be cutting $5 million from the requests.
TIPTON – A Kokomo man missed a stop sign in rural Tipton County early Saturday morning and struck a tree, Indiana State Police reported Sunday. Harley Mayhew, 40, of Kokomo died in the crash.
INDIANAPOLIS — With at least 31 positive cases of the coronavirus reported in Indiana schools since buildings began reopening in late July, district leaders, teachers and parents are pressuring state officials to identify benchmarks for what would require schools to go back online as confirmed cases of the virus increase.
NEW ALBANY — Tim Allen has led the effort to maintain and restore Freedomland Cemetery for the past eight years, but a dispute over the property rights and access points to the historic site where hundreds of Black people are buried has paused the New Albany resident’s work.
A lot of memories are wrapped up in the 1964 Pontiac Tempest that Carey Dalbey was shining up Saturday at Ingalls Park.
When the Vigo County School Corp. resumes classes Aug. 18, all students who have chosen the in-person option will attend school every other day using a staggered re-entry model based on their last name. The change, which extends through Sept. 4, means fewer students in the buildings each day.
Starting Sunday, Indiana State University students will begin moving back to campus residence halls, and later this month, students at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology will follow.
A police shooting that resulted in the death of a West Terre Haute man in April has been deemed justified by Vigo County Prosecutor Terry Modesitt.
The Vigo County Sheriff's Office has amended its social media policy for employees following public scrutiny of a now-retired deputy's social media posts.
Indiana State has postponed its football season out of concern for safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic and after consulting with the student-athletes, the school announced Friday night.
Most folks reading this have never heard of Wendell Hinkle Furry. A few people in Farmersburg, another small Hoosier town just south of birthplace in Prairieton, may recall his legacy. Otherwise, his life from 1907 to 1984 is a fading memory. A new book, author Larry Tye's “Demagogue: The Life and Long Shadow of Senator Joe McCarthy,” provides a 21st-century opportunity to reconsider Furry's story.
INDIANAPOLIS — State revenue collections improved in July, but that’s mainly because $900 million in taxes which normally would have been due in April and June were deferred until last month.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A group of Hoosiers gathered virtually this week to push for extended unemployment benefits and share their own experiences with unemployment amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
When the Vigo County School Corporation returns to school on Tuesday, Aug. 18, all students who chose the in-person option will attend school every other day.
Another 43 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Vigo County, and Sullivan County added 12 new cases, the largest increase for each county in a single day, according to data from the Indiana State Department of Health.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana's unemployment insurance trust fund will be depleted in September if Hoosiers continue seeking assistance for joblessness at the current pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, a state official says.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana residents who have struggled to pay rent or utility bills during the coronavirus pandemic have one more week before the state's protections against evictions and utility shut-offs end, despite a recent analysis that found that more than 40% of the state's renters are u…
Crispin Ewen — joined by her Terre Haute South High School cross country teammates, fellow Girl Scouts, her troop leader Carolyn Watson, and her sister, Sophia — used paints to turn a concrete slab at Meadows Elementa
Vigo County's escalating numbers of COVID-19 cases, which has included a few Vigo County School Corp. staff members, is prompting the district to consider whether changes might be needed in how it conducts school, slated to start Aug. 18.
The Anderson Community Schools board has canceled a hearing for next Tuesday on a controversial contract offered to interim Superintendent Joe Cronk, making his position permanent.
NEW ALBANY — New Albany resident Michelle Haycraft relies on public transportation to get groceries, to get to work, to get her husband to doctor’s appointments.
CLARKSVILLE — A zoning change that will allow for the construction of a supportive housing facility for homeless people is moving forward with a favorable recommendation despite pleas from several Claysburg residents.
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This Week's Circulars
Woolington, Doris Elaine, 88, of Kewanna, a service will be held at 2:30 p.m. today at the Rochester Church of Christ, with visitation starting at 1 p.m. Burial will be at Citizens I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Kewanna, at a later date.
Johns, Mildred “Mickey” Ruth, 94, of Logansport, a private family memorial service will be held at the Ever-Rest Memorial Park Chapel, with Kelly Spencer officiating. A celebration of life will be held at 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 14, at the American Legion, 828 Burlington Ave., Logansport.
Doris Marlene Hall, 87, formerly of Logansport, passed away on Monday, Aug. 10, 2020, in St. Elizabeth Health Care, Delphi. Arrangements are pending at Kroeger Funeral Home.
Woolington, Doris Elaine, 88, of Kewanna, a service will be held at 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 12, at the Rochester Church of Christ, with visitation starting at 1 p.m. Burial will be at Citizens I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Kewanna, at a later date.
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