JEFFERSONVILLE — Residents are speaking out against what they say is excessive noise coming from businesses in the downtown area of Jeffersonville.
NEW ALBANY — It may be much smaller in scope, but officials hope the proposed Innovation Park near Georgetown provides an economic boost to Floyd County like River Ridge has had on Clark County.
JEFFERSONVILLE — For the fourth time since opening in late 2017, residents from the M. Fine senior community on Spring Street have been affected by flooding inside the building.
LifeSpan Resources, a non-profit serving elderly and disabled individuals in Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Scott counties announced that one of its volunteers, Jenny Kirkham, has been selected as a recipient of Indiana’s Golden Hoosier Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a senior citizen by …
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Town Council has taken steps to strength enforcement of regulations when it comes to adult businesses through an updated ordinance.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's attorney general is facing allegations of sexual harassment and defamation in a federal lawsuit filed by four women who say he drunkenly groped them during a party last year.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — They swarm by the dozens, searching for their next meal — living or dead — and instilling fear in people who encounter them.
JEFFERSONVILLE — At their Monday meeting, Jeffersonville City Council members made it clear that they want more transparency from the Jeffersonville Urban Enterprise Association.
JEFFERSONVILLE — PharmaCord, a privately-held health care solutions provider offering customized patient support services for the life sciences industry, announced plans today to establish operations in Clark County. With its growth, the company plans to create up to 850 new jobs by the end …
NEW ALBANY — A live music venue, a bank and office spaces are some of the new additions coming to Market Street in downtown New Albany through a new redevelopment project.
NEW ALBANY — Unity and hope were the central themes of a recent celebration as community members reflected upon the country's history of slavery and abolition, including the role of New Albany in the Underground Railroad.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — For about two decades, collecting garbage along the Ohio River has been an annual tradition for Travis Elble and his family.
FLOYDS KNOBS — The Lafayette Township Volunteer Fire Department extinguished a blaze at a home in the 2800 block of Andrea Drive in Floyds Knobs early Sunday morning.
Tiarra Taylor of New Albany was crowned Miss Indiana 2019 on Saturday night at the Zionsville High School Performing Arts Center in Zionsville.
In late May, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources reported that an oak-killing fungus had potentially infested rhododendrons sold in about 90 Walmart and Rural King stores across the state.
NEW ALBANY — Most of the block of Market Street, between Pearl and State streets, has all but been closed since March. Businesses along that block have remained open, but there have been a few inconveniences.
CLARK COUNTY — E&B Paving Inc. will close Apple Leaf Lane at U.S. 31 for approximately five days beginning Monday, June 17, weather permitting, for asphalt replacement work.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — On Tuesday, June 18, the News and Tribune Sports Performance Yearly Awards show will kick off at 6 p.m. at Eastside Christian Church in Jeffersonville.
GEORGETOWN — An emergency medical services substation in Floyd County has 30 days to relocate after losing a zoning appeal last week.
NEW ALBANY — The theme for Second Baptist Church’s 2019 Juneteenth Celebration on Saturday, June 15, is “The Unseen Man” which tells the story of how black male slaves were removed from their families, many to never to see their family again.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Center for Lay Ministries (CLM) will hold its annual CLM Hunger to Hope Fundraising Gala with a Hawaiian Luau theme. The date of the event is Aug. 22, from 6 to 10 p.m. Cost per ticket is $75. The evening will include buffet dinner, special entertainment, raffle, and sil…
Strategically situated on the Ohio River, New Albany, was once one of the nation’s most prolific steamboat-building cities. While the industry quickly faded, the steamboat as symbol of New Albany’s identity has endured many generations.
JEFFERSONVILLE (WAVE) – Cole and Brady Paradowski have worked hard at school for years, helping each other to succeed. That work has paid off in a way the Greater Clark County Schools district has never seen before, newsgathering partner WAVE3 News reports.
CLARKSVILLE — The town of Clarksville has earmarked additional property for development as part of a wide-ranging plan to spur economic growth and revitalization in targeted areas.
MUNCIE — One of the most comprehensive and largest design colleges in the country will bear the name of a former trustee and exemplary alumnus, in recognition of his service and generosity to Ball State University.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A judge has ruled that a Clark County man accused of murder and potentially facing the death penalty if convicted has the right to decide whether to pursue the insanity defense.
LOUISVILLE — New toll rates for three bridges connecting Louisville and Southern Indiana begin next month. The 2.5 percent increase is effective July 1.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man sentenced to 120 years for molesting 20 children between 3 and 8 years old in Jeffersonville has appealed his prison time.
INDIANAPOLIS—U.S. Sen. Todd Young has joined a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers to reintroduce legislation to create a task force to understand the nation’s affordable housing issues and make recommendations for solutions.
INDIANAPOLIS–More than one in five Indiana adults smoke cigarettes, one of the highest rates in the nation, while the number of youths using vaping products remains a concern for anti-smoking advocates.
CLARK COUNTY — The Sellersburg Volunteer Fire Department has filed a lawsuit against the Tri-Township Fire Protection District, citing breach of contract for the board's March decision to break ties at the end of the year.
A Madison County man whose moral stance against adoption by gay parents sparked national debate in the 1990s before he was convicted of molesting a foster child revealed Tuesday that he had molested four others under his foster care decades ago.
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Memorial visitation will be 12 Noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at Newcomer-New Albany. Memorial service at 2 p.m. on Saturday, at the funeral home.
Ed Adams, 66, of Henryville, Indiana, passed away on Tuesday, June 18, 2019. Ed was a fun loving guy who never met a stranger. He lived life to the fullest at every moment. You could usually find him at his favorite hang-out, the Hitching Post Tavern. He was an avid reader and enjoyed crossw…
Visitation will be 12 noon to 7 p.m. Thursday with funeral service at 7 p.m. at the Kraft Charlestown Road Chapel. Online condolences to www.kraftfs.com.
Geneva Ellis, 88, passed away Sunday, June 16, 2019 at Norton Hospital. She was a native of Jeffersonville, IN. She is survived by her sons Michael W. Sheckles (Christal), Donald Sheckles and Darrell Sheckles all of Jeffersonville, IN.; daughters Mary Ann Walker of Louisville, KY., Sherra Th…
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- Missing Borden man found dead
- New brewery to bring unique beer experience to New Albany
- Two injured in Floyds Knobs fire
- Request denied for proposed Floyds Knobs subdivision
- Clarksville bolsters adult business regulations
- Music venue, office space planned for downtown New Albany
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