SLIDESHOW: Opening night of high school football
The 2012 high school football season opened on Aug. 18. Featured games are Jeffersonville vs. Louisville Eastern, New Albany at Providence and Silver Creek vs. Springs Valley.
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- PHOTO GALLERY: Boys' basketball sectional semifinals Featured teams include New Albany, Charlestown, Silver Creek, Rock Creek, Christian Academy, and Borden.
- PHOTO GALLERY: Opening night of boys' basketball sectional Boys' basketball sectionals opened on Tuesday night. Featured teams include New Albany, Jeffersonville, Floyd Central, Clarksville, Rock Creek, Christian Academy and New Washington.
- SLIDESHOW: Wonder in the winter Ice coated the Southern Indiana landscape Wednesday, inspiring a winter wonder.
- SLIDE SHOW: Ohio River Bridges Project impact on UTICA This is the second in a series of examinations of the Ohio River Bridges Project impact on communities in Southern Indiana. These photographs focus on Utica. PHOTOS BY CHRISTOPHER FRYER
- SLIDESHOW :JAM with the arts in Jeffersonville More than 60 local artists created the framework Saturday for a more than 7-foot tall sculpture that will eventually be placed in the lobby of Clark Memorial Hospital and Health Services as part of the Jeffersonville Arts Alliance's JAM seesions.
- PHOTO GALLERY: Jeffersonville vs. New Albany boys' basketball On January 10, New Albany hosted Jeffersonville in boys' basketball. The Bulldogs won 67-56.
- SLIDESHOW: Charlestown Christmas Parade Area residents braved Saturday's cold to attend the Charlestown Christmas Parade.
- SLIDESHOW: Circa-1890 home moved A New Albany shotgun-style house built in 1890 has been salvaged and moved to a new location. The house was moved by Access Ventures from 1815 Shelby St. to 1718 Shelby St. on Wednesday, as New Albany Clean & Green partnered with the organization in the effort.
- SLIDESHOW: Light Up events Annual Light Up events were held Saturday evening. See related photos.
- SLIDESHOW: Area Veterans Day event photos Check out our photos of Veterans Day programs held recently in Southern Indiana.