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.
INDIANAPOLIS – U.S. senators take this oath: "I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God."
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.
In an effort to eliminate future legal fees and end any doubt of innocence regarding what it refers to as unsubstantiated allegations, Temple Baptist Church in Kokomo has entered into a “nuisance” settlement with a former member.
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.
Indiana filled out its men’s basketball coaching staff with one of its own, hiring a former IU big man with a bright defensive mind and a reputation for toughness and intensity.
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.
This Week's Circulars
Robert Melia, husband to Naomi Melia, age 85 of Batesville, died August 18. Retired from Batesville Casket Company. Visitation on Saturday, 2:00, and a Memorial Service at 3:00, all at Meyers Funeral Home.
Joanna Grinnan, age 54 of Osgood, Indiana, died Wednesday, August 14, 2019. Memorial service is Saturday, August 17, at 12 noon at Church on the Rock in Batesville. Memorials can be given to the church. www.meyersfuneralhomes.com
Pauline M. Niese, age 98 of Batesville, died Tuesday, August 13, 2019, at St. Andrews Health Campus. Born August 31, 1920, in Franklin County, Indiana, she is the daughter of Rose (nee Lecher) and Bernard Koetter. She married Louis Niese May 14, 1941, at St. Anne's Church in Hamburg and he p…
Sister Francis Ann Lewis, age 94 of the Sisters of St. Francis in Oldenburg, died Sunday, August 11, 2019, at the convent. Born Dorothy Ann Lewis on May 31, 1925, in Terre Haute, IN, she is the daughter of Mary (nee Farrell) and George Lewis, the fifth of ten children. Sister Francis Ann att…
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