A 4-year-old Ohio girl abducted from her home is being reunited with her family after being found safe in Vigo County on Wednesday.
CLARK COUNTY — Two weeks after starting classes, Greater Clark County Schools has seen a number of COVID-19 cases in schools across the district.
Local workers will continue to produce ventilators inside the Kokomo General Motors Components Holdings plant after the company fulfills its order from the federal government to produce 30,000 of the machines.
The upcoming school year carries many uncertainties related to COVID-19, but Wendy Keith, a first-grade teacher at Lost Creek Elementary, feels much better prepared now that she has new tools for remote learning and she's been training to effectively use them.
Stein Mart Inc. on Wednesday announced it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the Middle District of Florida, Jacksonville Division. Stein Mart expects to close a significant portion, if not all, of its 281 brick-and-mortar stores across 30 states and has launched a store closing and liquidation process.
You grasp for control of the situation but there’s nothing to hold onto, like you’ve been dropped into the middle of the ocean with no shore in sight; you keep swimming and swimming, gasping for air, but there’s nothing.
Stein Mart Inc. announced today that it and its subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions form bankruptcy relief under Chapter 11 in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida – Jacksonville Division.
When Anna Ulam opens Collective Roots, 1102 Central Ave., it will be the first grocery store of any kind in downtown Anderson in nearly 50 years.
It will be a year like no other for those attending ISU and other colleges with residential campuses. Masking and social distancing are paramount; social life will be more limited, and even dining halls have new safety protocols.
Three positive COVID cases at Riverton Parke Jr./Sr. High School, with other staff quarantined, prompted Southwest Parke Community Schools to dismiss in-person learning districtwide Tuesday and instead use elearning until Aug. 24.
In what could be one of the few races this year, 40 high school cross country teams are slated to compete Saturday in the Valley Kickoff at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course.
While short-lived, strong gusts of wind left trees and power lines down across the county and thousands without power Monday evening.
A former Anderson police officer who last year was under investigation by the Indiana State Police for suspicion of child molestation turned himself in Monday on a unrelated charges of child molestation and child solicitation.
Two staff members and one student at Riverton-Parke Jr./Sr. High School have tested positive for COVID, causing several other staff to be placed on quarantine, Superintendent Phil Harrison stated this afternoon.
He was known as a “numbers guy” for 55 years. Then, one fateful day, Logansport resident Clarence Kapraun turned his back on the infinite possibility of sums and found favor in letters. But it was only one letter, really … specifically, the “Ms,” as he said.
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Friends may visit with Sue's family from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 21, 2020, at Goodwin-Sievers Funeral Home, 2020 State St., Washington, Indiana, and from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 22, 2020. The family asks everyone attending to please wear a mask and maintain social dista…
James M. "Chade" Osborne, 57, of Loogootee, passed away Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, at his home. He was born July 11, 1963, in Jasper, Indiana, to the late James M. Sr. and Elloise (Roberts) Osborne. Chade enjoyed fishing and being outdoors. He is preceded in death by his parents; brother James Ed…
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