During Tuesday's State of the State speech, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced plans to seek $140 million to go toward teacher pension obligations that are owed by school districts, with 100 percent going toward raises for teachers.
Several local restaurants are honoring “Jumpin” Johnny Wilson’s dedication to doing good by donating percentages of their revenues to a cause chosen by his family.
There’s been a lot of talk these days over at the Indiana General Assembly about increasing teacher pay and various proposals are surfacing to deal with the issue.
I sat down to write about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Jan. 21 birthday remembrance. Then I was overtaken by the desire to share some thoughts about the late Jumpin’ Johnny Wilson. Although in different ways, both men were heroes.
As Gena Wilson-Stockard walked to her seat in the Anderson High School gymnasium before Tuesday’s game she wore a jacket that once belonged to her father, John Wilson.
Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight, standing next to the podium he had used minutes earlier during a startling and merciless speech that stamped an end-date on his City Hall career, was relaxed.
Deputies say a 22-year-old Sharpsville man, high on acid, was found last week running naked down a road at full speed after smashing out the screen door of a stranger’s house.
Indiana and the nation are entering uncharted territory today with early distribution of food stamps. The federal government's partial shutdown means no benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program will be provided in February. Instea
Pet food producer will bring good jobs to area
In the eyes of Saturn Petcare, an international producer of pet foods, Vigo County and Indiana had everything it needed to launch its first manufacturing plant in America. And it didn't hurt that Indiana has an adorable "first dog."
Renderings of a proposed downtown Terre Haute Convention Center were unveiled Tuesday during a public presentation from the Nations Group, project manager of the $25 million project.The exterior has a 1950s look combined with a modern glass exterior,
Still mourning the loss of their friends and classmates, North Central High School students are channeling their grief into a remembrance project for three teens killed in a December auto accident. North Central students Thomas Jaroscak, Kegan Ennen
Legislation outlining steps required to site a casino at Terre Haute received a reading in the Indiana Senate on Tuesday and was assigned to the chamber's Public Policy Committee. Senate Bill 552, authored by Sen. Jon Ford, R-Terre Haute, and Mark Me
INDIANAPOLIS — By paying off Indiana's teacher pension liability with surplus dollars, there could be an additional $140 million over the next two years for larger paychecks, Gov. Eric Holcomb said Tuesday.
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