T.Y. Hilton’s history against the Houston Texans has been well documented.
If spooky season has you hungering for something a little bit scary, a little bit weird and a little bit wacky, then take a trip down to Mushnik's flower shop on Skid Row. You'll find a fantastic feast of comedy, horror, sci-fi and music guaranteed to satisfy those hunger pains.
NEWPORT, R.I. - When it comes to America's engagement in what is increasingly a globalized marketplace and security, a number of Hoosier statesmen set the compass points for many of us over the past generation.
If you want to increase teacher pay, stay away from cutting funding for vouchers and charters, because you will only make the problem worse.
On March 21, 2018, Gov. Eric Holcomb signed into law Senate Enrolled Act 392. It guarantees every Hoosier can obtain electronic records — like Word documents and Excel spreadsheets — in the same format from state and local governments with no copying fees.
Saylor brings deep experience, talents to new role at Air Guard
Terre Haute is no stranger to groundbreaking achievements by women. United States Air Force Col. Tamara A. Saylor fits well among them.
Columbian Home Products LLC, has sent a mandatory notice of layoffs to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, but the company's top executive said he hopes the company will be sold, not closed.
Six women who have improved the community with their time and energy to make Terre Haute a better place for everyone were honored Wednesday morning at the annual Women in Business recognition breakfast at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College.
With land acquisitions still to be finalized, the Vigo County Capital Improvement Board Wednesday approved a measure to provide $2.4 million upfront to start construction of a new downtown convention center.
The continued degradation of a former law office in Sullivan forced the closure of City Hall and several other businesses Wednesday as officials fear a partial collapse could entangle nearby power lines and affect an adjacent gas main.
The Turn to the River project to reconnect downtown Terre Haute to the Wabash River through public art and design received a big financial boost from the Wabash Valley Community Foundation on Wednesday. A check for $22,500 to Art Spaces was the first of 15 checks totaling $214,191 awarded to non-profit organizations that work for the good of Vigo County residents.
Indiana and Purdue are both graduating student-athletes at a higher percentage than their respective student bodies, according to the annual NCAA Graduation Success Report released Wednesday.
ANDERSON — A judge granted a motion Wednesday to evaluate whether a man accused of shooting his pregnant girlfriend in the head, causing her death and the death of the twin boys she was carrying, is competent to stand trial.
This Week's Circulars
Visitation - 1PM to 6PM Sunday, October 20, 2019 at Newcomer-New Albany. Funeral Service - 11AM on Monday, at the funeral home. Burial-Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky.
Martha Ann (Dittmeier) Wigginton, 89, passed away October 14. Visitation, Saturday, 3-8 p.m., Sunday, 9-10 a.m., service immediately following at Naville & Funeral Home, Market Street, New Albany.
- Online 'threat' directed at Charlestown mayoral candidate
- UPDATE: Commission files misconduct charges against three Southern Indiana judges
- UPDATE: No students injured following I-265 bus accident in New Albany
- New eatery making mouths water in New Albany
- Papa John's founder donation accepted for JHS baseball field
- Separate investigations lead to two Southern Indiana drug arrests
- Geriatric psychiatric facility to offer in-patient services in Clarksville
- Local representatives urge INDOT not to close Sherman Minton
- Eichenberger stepping down at Baptist Floyd
- American Health Network breaks ground on New Albany medical building