NEW ALBANY — When Jacob Resch was 18 years old, he put out his first record.
GEORGETOWN — For those of you who have never seen an 18-hole golf course at Garry Cavan Park in Floyd County, look again. It's considered one of the top courses in the state.
Kathy Cubellis, of Fort Wayne, put her arms around a white mini-fridge and swung it into place against the wall before wiping down the red microwave in the Dunn Hall dorm room her sons will share at Anderson University.
Starting Tuesday, Menards will have a larger retail footprint in Terre Haute. With one home improvement store already on the city's north side (Fort Harrison Road), Menard Inc. this week is putting the finishing touches on its second Terre Haute location, this one near the 641 bypass south of Terre Haute.
A Rockville man has been fired from his school protection officer's job with the Vigo County School Corp. after being arrested in Parke County on a felony charge of child seduction.
Jack Daniel's, the Tennessee distillery, has made a one-of-a-kind bottle to honor a Terre Haute police officer killed in the line of duty and presented the bottle to the officer's brother.
CLARK COUNTY — Clark County CARES is not only taking steps to address addiction during times of crisis, but also to build a system that focuses on much more than just short term aid.
“Remember the universal concept of righty tighty lefty loosey,” said Alexandria-Monroe Library Youth Services Manager Brad Sowinski as he looked to satisfy children’s curiosity about how things work.
The Vigo County School Corporation has terminated the employment of a Rockville man charged with child seduction in Parke County.
Many think of sex trafficking or slavery as something done in a faraway country or across state lines, but the non-profit organization Purchased is working to educate and raise awareness of the problem right here in Indianapolis and surrounding areas.
The average Hoosier school counselor has nearly double the workload recommended by the American School Counselor Association, bearing the responsibility for 497 students.
NEW ALBANY — As Ellie Jackman moved into her Indiana University Southeast residence hall this week, she was prepared to start a new phase of her life.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A mistrial has been declared in the high-profile murder case of Joseph Oberhansley, the latest in a series of bizarre and surprising events dating back to Oberhansley's arrest nearly five years ago.
NEW ALBANY — As developers consider options for the rehabilitation of the Sherman Minton Bridge, many community members are concerned about how closures and disruption in traffic flow will affect local business.
Efforts to reestablish a business corridor on the city’s north side are expected to receive a boost with the announcement of a new owner for the former Pay Less building on Broadway.
A guaranteed maximum construction price has been set for a new downtown Terre Haute Convention Center. However, negotiations continue with a hotel group for land to complete the project, delaying the sale of bonds that will pay for the project.
In a record amount of giving, the Vigo County Education Foundation awarded 155 grants totaling $91,353 to teachers for classroom enrichment opportunities. Of the 150 teacher-requested grants, 63 are new projects.
Indiana's senior U.S. senator, Republican Todd Young, told members of the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday the U.S. economy is strong.
Scheid Diesel Extravaganza is back this weekend for its 19th year in Vigo County and organizers say it's going to be more action packed than ever. Gates open at the Wabash Valley Fairgrounds 8 a.m. Friday and the event runs through 10 p.m. Saturday.
LOUISVILLE — As President Donald Trump addressed over 1,000 veterans and their family members at the AMVETS 75th National Convention on Wednesday, some veterans instead gathered outside of the Galt House in protest.
This Week's Circulars
- 'We want to remember him': Tipton alum donates $30,000 to build new workout facility in honor of friend
- Police: Man crashes stolen SUV into Grissom fence
- City of Kokomo preserving vacant home built in 1875
- Indiana's red flag law gets national attention after mass shootings
- Kokomo business owner killed in crash
- Health officials step up Mississinewa algae advisory
- A student's best friend
- Judge: Miami Co. must fix 6 dams in housing addition
- Cops: Girl, 9, struck headstones in car
- Mississinewa Lake placed under blue-green algae advisory