NEW ALBANY — A local artist has transformed a room at the Carnegie Center for Art and History into a community-focused space for creative expression.
The John Martin Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution this week awarded several businesses within the Terre Haute community with flag recognition certificates for their appreciation of their exemplary presentation of patriotism.
FLOYD COUNTY — Instead of placing a ballot into a bin for poll workers to sort, Floyd County voters will feed a receipt into a machine for tabulation if the 156 new voting machines requested are purchased.
The Indiana Special Olympics Summer Games brought fewer than normal athletes together for two days of activities Saturday and Sunday at Indiana State University and Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.
Leading the fight to help break the cycle of poverty in the community, United Way of the Wabash Valley developed a strategic plan that includes five focus areas, one of which is financial stability. Two impact councils within this area — Financial Management and Job Skills — will provide outreach initiatives aimed at debt reduction and career development.
BUNKER HILL — Maurice “Corky” Walsh stepped off the Huey helicopter and onto the tarmac at Grissom Air Reserve Base as the deep thumping of the blades subsided. The 75-year-old Vietnam veteran was grinning ear to ear.
Family and friends of Mezmariah Wilson honored the memory of the 15-year-old Terre Haute South Vigo High School student Friday night with a candlelight vigil, balloon release and procession around the Sullivan Courthouse Square.
Two people have been arrested in connection with Thursday's Carlisle shooting and death of 15-year-old Mezmariah L. Wilson of Shelburn, according to Indiana State Police.
Family Scholar House was started in 2011 taking over a program that was started in 1995 by nuns to assist single women to get out of poverty.
JobSource officials are working with the Family Scholar Program in Louisville to develop a similar program that assists single parents obtain the education required to obtain a well paying job.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Pumpers, an original hand-drawn chemical engine and a truck that became known internationally due to its role in responding to the 1937 Ohio River flood are just a few of the historic pieces on display at the Vintage Fire Museum.
Bidders lined up halfway through an exhibit hall at the Wabash Valley Fairgrounds on Friday, anxious to participate in the first day of a weekend auction of the estate of Mary Antonia “Mari” Hulman George.
Special Olympics Indiana is retuning its Summer Games to Terre Haute after being conducted virtually last year due to an interruption by the COVID-19 pandemic.
If the Hudson sisters needed a reason to ride together, it was given to them when Special Olympics Indiana announced they would conduct in-person events this year.
Many young dads sleep too little, work too much, and expend the bulk of their leftover energy on home or car repairs that they really don't know how to do, trying to save money.
After a hiatus due to the pandemic, a group of local artists has resumed its monthly creative meet-ups and invites people of all skill levels to join in an international art movement connecting communities from across the world.
Terre Haute's Air National Guard Base at Hulman Field will receive $9 million in federal funds to construct a small arms range, the U.S. Department of Defense announced Friday.
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NAPPANEE [mdash] Daniel F. Chupp, 89 of Nappanee, Indiana, died at 9:46 a.m. Thursday, June 10, 2021 at Goshen General Hospital. Cremation will take place and a memorial service will be held at a later date.
- Goshen man, child die in early Sunday morning wreck
- Three local women to compete for Miss Indiana title
- POLICE NEWS: Man arrested while child hospitalized after beating
- Silver Alert issued for Elkhart girl
- POLICE NEWS: Goshen police make several arrests
- PREP ATHLETICS: Engle hired as new Fairfield athletic director
- Man ordered to life in prison for role in woman's torture and murder
- Large industrial campus planned for city’s south side
- POLICE NEWS: Crash injures two near Wakarusa
- Preliminary plans for new housing development approved