McIntosh receives volunteer award
“Indiana is better because of Bob McIntosh’s incredible volunteer service over the last four decades,” said Lucinda Nord, vice president of the Indiana Association of United Ways.
Ivy Tech Community College honors Alice J. Schleicher at Legacy Award Gala
“Alice has built far more than a successful business,” Ivy Tech Southern Indiana Chancellor Rita Hudson Shourds at the event. “She has built a legacy of service as she graciously supports community, faith, education, and charitable causes.”
Tickled pink: White receives Woman of the Year honor
In addition to recognizing outstanding women for their achievements, the event itself has helped give back to the community. All proceeds raised during the evening will benefit Jacob’s Well, a local charity that helps women in need.
- A day in the life on the farm: Visitors to Konkle Farm’s Community Farm Day learn about food production
Dogtoberfest puts emphasis on canine adoption
The shelter’s Wags and Whiskers Wagon will be at the show from 5 to 7 p.m. with adoptable animals looking for homes.
NEW ALBANY CITY WRAP: City: Trees removed for park were unhealthy
“We are saddened by the loss of the nine trees, but we are excited at the prospect of replacing the nine trees with 15 trees, which are proper species for the area and will flourish in the future, giving a great setting for our Bicentennial Park.”
‘Stories Behind the Stones’ provides New Albany history lesson
The Stories Behind the Stones tour had a total of seven stops that were led by local actors sharing tales of history.
- Jeffersonville Italian Festival draws record crowd
- A commanding voice: Gilt Edge Baptist Rev. Motley’s retirement becomes official Sunday; Jeffersonville honors him today
Jeffersonville board mulls fire trucks, stop signs, road closure
“You get [Horner Novelty’s] blessing, you’ve got my blessing,” Mayor Mike Moore said.
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