INDIANAPOLIS – The offseason acquisitions of DeForest Buckner and Philip Rivers suggested the Indianapolis Colts believed they were close to championship contention.
Hamilton County’s Airport Authority has hired a full-time director for the Indianapolis Executive Airport in Zionsville. Sam Sachs began his duties this summer after a career in the United States Air Force.
GOSHEN — Information from an expert witness apparently remains a topic of concern as the calendar bears down on the trial of a Goshen man accused of killing a Goshen College professor nine years ago.
Zionsville Community Schools will go back to in-person instruction five days a week for grades 5-12 beginning Sept. 28. The announcement was made Tuesday and a new survey was sent to parents allowing them to opt for online instruction again.
Good old-fashioned police work has identified a suspect who fired several bullets that struck a house last weekend, Madison County Sheriff Scott Mellinger said Friday.
Probably the toughest decision Ayobami Anako will have to make is what to call his slaughterhouse and farm business he hopes to open before the end of the year.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Six years after Tammy Jo Blanton was found mutilated in her Jeffersonville home, Joseph Oberhansley has been found guilty of her murder.
A recent study suggests that many people are choosing to shore up their own finances before engaging in any significant retail spending.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson, Indiana’s chief election officer, tells Howey Politics Indiana that she has confidence in the process, both in Indiana and nationally.
The availability of cleaning supplies, such as disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer, is on the minds of Anderson Community Schools’ teachers as students prepare to return to in-person instruction on Sept. 28.
Although the number of people filing initial claims for jobless aid appears to be trending down both nationally and locally, unemployment in both categories remains historically high.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Soldiers with the Indiana National Guard are training in New Albany this week and additional members are stationed in Southern Indiana, multiple sources confirmed Thursday.
This Week's Circulars
Lester Dale Vandevender, 72, of Rockville, passed away on Sunday, September 13, 2020 at 12:05 pm at his residence. He was born October 8, 1947, in Mecca, Indiana, to Edward and Mavis Bennett Vandevender. He married Holly Rae Campbell on January 27, 1967, and she preceded him in death on May …
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