More than 40 animals were adopted and found their forever homes Saturday as hundreds of people visited the Terre Haute Humane Society shelter for its Clear the Shelters event.Clear the Shelters is a nationwide, annual pet adoption initiative sponsore
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After more than 30 years of service in the United States Air Force, one of Indiana State University’s most accomplished Air Force ROTC graduates has hung up his fatigues for the last time.Col. David W. Knight retired following a ceremony at ISU’s Hul
Standing in the shade of a small tree along Ohio Street, Rajesh Naidu has spent the past nine mornings adding color to canvas.As the artist-in-residence at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Naidu has been producing paintings he plans to display la
As the Girl Scouts of Central Indiana celebrated Tuesday the anniversary of women winning the right to vote in the United States, local business leader Rachel J. Leslie shared that the road to success is often paved with speed bumps to make the journ
Laughter, tears and memories flowed Sunday afternoon during a celebration of life for Holocaust survivor and beloved Terre Haute resident Eva Mozes Kor, who died July 4 at age 85.
Members of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus hosted a town hall meeting Saturday in Terre Haute to discuss important legislation passed earlier this year and what issues they'd like addressed in the future.
There's little doubt both Vigo County in particular and Indiana in general have an outsized child neglect and abuse problem.
Child in Need of Services, or CHINS, is a legal definition used by Indiana courts to identify a child who is neglected or abuse, and who is not getting needed care or treatment.
A steady flow of visitors, walking through downtown Terre Haute in the evenings, looking for food, drinks, music, comedy or shopping.Added foot traffic could help the downtown apartment complexes fill their unoccupied first-floor commercial spaces. S