For the last two months Judi Weston has been organizing the first-ever North Indy Farm Crawl scheduled for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 25.
ANDERSON — For more than 18 months, the coronavirus pandemic has dominated news cycles and captured the nation’s attention. But as the U.S. enters the flu season amid rising COVID cases due largely to the Delta variant, medical professionals are warning of the potential for a considerably more severe round of influenza.
A Huey helicopter glided through the air over the site of the Howard County Vietnam Veterans Organization [H.C.V.V.O.] reunion on Friday morning, its twin-blades shimmering in the sun and marking a deafening presence felt on the ground below.
A woman facing charges of neglect after 94 animals and a child were removed from her home last month has a history of animal hoarding in at least two other states.
Three Zionsville medical professionals are strategizing to help Boone County area residents get better access to mental health care. The trio is holding a community conversation and listening session to understand the problems navigating the services available.
MIAMI COUNTY — A search warrant at 10483 S. Poplar St. in Miami County led to the arrests of occupants Candace Causey, 25, and Tanner McReynolds, 28, on Thursday.
As the U.S. enters the flu season amid rising COVID cases due largely to the delta variant, medical professionals are warning of the potential for a considerably more severe round of influenza.
A Saturday dedication of the Michael L. Phillips Memorial Basketball Court at the Lost Creek Grove honors a long-time community leader, student advocate and father who is remembered as a person who encouraged others to be their best selves.
A November opening date is the target for the new Terre Haute Veterans Affairs health clinic located on the city’s east side to bring healthcare services for area veterans under one roof.
A group of Lebanon Community School Corporation parents are holding a rally at 10 a.m. Saturday at Memorial Park to lobby for parental choice in protecting their children from COVID-19.
In the final day of public testimony on proposed maps for the Indiana and U.S. houses of representatives, advocates for nonpartisan redistricting continued their criticism of the "nontransparent" process and perceived Republican bias.
FLOYD COUNTY — For more than 40 years, the Floyd County Animal Rescue League has been helping the animals of Floyd County and their families when they need it most.
This Week's Circulars
LINDA and JAMES MATTINGLY — A joint funeral service for married couple Linda Grace (Helm) Mattingly and James Vernon Mattingly was held Saturday at Ed Lee Mortuary, North Chapel, with Debbie Payne officiating. A private service is being planned for a later date.
- Memories from the WHS Class of 1971: Guitar man
- Cruizing again: 20th Century Chevy Cruiz-In and Carfest this weekend
- Loogootee names new police officer
- Cougars flatten Rock Creek
- Police Report
- Hatchets fall to Chargers 24-12
- Nation's largest tribe confirms most massive budget in history
- Time is up to get courthouse updated
- DC tops 4,000 COVID cases
- Workers who received unemployment benefits during the pandemic continue to feel fallout from UIA problems