Sharon Elkins loves to crochet. It’s a hobby she picked up awhile ago and rarely puts down.
No one disputes that this type of distracted driving in any form is a dangerous practice. But use of cell phones while driving is particularly troubling and pervasive. And the practice occurs in vehicles large and small.
Veteran Health Indiana on Thursday announced a new $40 million, 46,000-square-foot veterans health care center will be built off U.S. 40/Indiana 46 on Terre Haute’s east side.
As NBA rookie teammates with the Boston Celtics, former Indiana standout Romeo Langford and former Purdue standout Carsen Edwards are learning playing time can be hard to come by.
INDIANAPOLIS – Gov. Eric Holcomb is directing flags in Miami County to be flown at half-staff in honor of former Peru Mayor Richard “Dick” Blair.
NEW ALBANY — We the People of New Albany, a grassroots group offering weekly meals to the homeless, recently stopped serving home-cooked meals prepared by volunteers due to issues with the Floyd County Health Department.
GEORGETOWN — As new developments have increasingly strayed from the beaten path in Southern Indiana, forgotten remnants of years gone by continue to be rediscovered in its rural communities.
Despite a common belief that domestic violence spikes during the holidays, a review of local crisis hotline calls and the number of people sheltered reveals what officials have always known.
A recent column in the Washington Examiner magazine focused on a congressional candidate in Michigan running as a conservative Republican in a Republican district. No big news there, except for the fact that the candidate comes from a low income, Latino, union family.
Revealing his legislative and administrative agenda for 2020 during an event Tuesday in Terre Haute, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb touched on issues from roads, parks and education to the economy and public health, a topic that caught the ear of two city hospital executives.
Tiarra Taylor, an Indiana State University senior and Miss Indiana, travels today to participate in next week's Miss America competition. "I'm going to go in with a with a positive attitude, knowing it's a once in a lifetime opportunity," said Taylor, 21, a New Albany native.
The Vigo County School Board has voted to support a 2020 Family Emphasis initiative, and the district will work to limit after-school events and activities on Wednesday evenings to enable more family-focused activities.
Terre Haute Fire Chief Fisher says retirements and injuries at the fire department have cause it to deplete its overtime funds and then some, leaving him little choice but to ask for more at Thursday's Terre Haute City Council meeting.
This Week's Circulars
Shirley Manning, 73, Versailles, passed away peacefully with her family at her side on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. Shirley, a small but mighty lady, fought a brave, courageous six year battle with Neuroendocrine cancer of the lung. In April of this year, she was given only a couple of months…
- Developers and neighbors debate subdivision plans
- 24/7 recycling discontinued at Batesville center
- Meth dealer sentenced to 22 years
- Book captures the essences of 200 county residents
- Twisters win battle of ranked teams
- So Loved Clothing Closet helps needy kids
- Criminal cases pile on for two area men
- Third climate strike asks Lafayette and West Lafayette to declare emergency
- Students want to make a difference
- Festival of Lights returns to Brum Woods