With experts pegging the next two to three weeks as being the most crucial in curbing the spread of COVID-19, Terre Haute Mayor Duke Bennett describes the current lull in everyday life as a sort of, "calm before the storm."
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Nearly a dozen cars were lined up just before 1 p.m. Thursday in the parking lot at Terre Haute North Vigo High School to collect bags of pre-packaged food and hygiene products.
Sullivan County officials announced late Thursday evening restrictive policies aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, or the coronavirus, in…
Some retail establishments and banks are closing or temporarily offering limited availability as cases of COVID-19, or coronavirus, spread across the country.
An already difficult time for families is being made even more so as some Wabash Valley funeral homes say coronavirus guidance is forcing them to adjust how they host visitation and services.Following the recommendation to limit gatherings to 10 peop
Wynona Brown doesn't think much of the coronavirus and, as she filed her Illinois primary ballot in Clark County's Wabash Township on Tuesday, said it seems common sense is as rare these days as toilet paper.
Sarah and Daniel Pigg, owners of the Sycamore Winery near West Terre Haute, spent the weekend celebrating the fermented fruits of their labor.