Family, friends and fans of Don Morris and his wife, Cheryl Hart, gathered at Hulman Center Saturday for a celebration of life to honor the couple, who tragically died May 27 in a vehicle-pedestrian accident while on vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
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Hamilton Center Inc. on Wednesday evening hosted the annual Hamilton Awards Dinner at the Sycamore Banquet Center on the Indiana State University campus.
Two Union Hospital doctors on Friday took questions from the business community about the COVID-19 pandemic. Union and the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce set up the online session.
The United Way of the Wabash Valley on Tuesday announced a new grant opportunity available from its Substance Use Disorders Impact Council. The United Way is soliciting proposals to expand prevention programs that focus on understanding the risks of substance use and/or programs that help to de-stigmatize substance use disorders.
The Vigo County School Corp. is ending its "no nit" head lice practice that required a child to be free of nits before returning to school.
Some are complicated, such as the state budget and funding for education and transportation. Others are simple. But many of the more than 250 new Indiana laws that take effect July 1 potentially affect nearly every Hoosier.
Indiana has the dubious distinction of being among states with the highest number of pain killers and opioids available.