JEFFERSONVILLE — From Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore’s perspective, the city has never been in better position for success than it is moving further into 2020.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A recent appointment of board members is meant to ease the transition if West Clark Community Schools are separated into two districts.
LOUISVILLE — Today, the National Boy Scouts of America announced it is filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The following is a statement from Jason Pierce, CEO/Scout Executive of the Lincoln Heritage Council, which supports Scouting activities in 64 counties in Kentucky, Southern Indiana, Southern …
NEW ALBANY — When Elliott Phillips decided to donate money for a second basketball court, covered with a canopy and lights, which will allow for play in inclement weather, he wasn’t looking for publicity or a plaque to hang on the wall. All he wanted was to give kids a place to play no matte…
JEFFERSONVILLE — A New Albany woman accused of sexually abusing a child and selling videos of the abuse has filed a plea agreement in Clark County, nearly two years after charges were filed.
NEW ALBANY — For years, Clarksville resident Natasha Knasel thought her dream of completing her high school education was unreachable.
NEW ALBANY — Firefighters from several Southern Indiana departments will be showing their respect today for a Louisville firefighter who died Friday in a car accident.
GEORGETOWN — A former Georgetown police officer is seeking damages from the Town of Georgetown stemming from an investigation last year.
CLARK COUNTY — A Clark County judge indicted in June for engaging in a fist fight which led to the shooting of himself and another judge is taking responsibility for his actions, and says he learned a lot from the incident.
UNDERWOOD — A Southern Indiana youth program is working to build confidence in local girls and help them recognize their self worth.
FRANKFORT, KY – An Indiana native was among Kentucky’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) instructors recognized nationally at the annual Career Tech Vision, a professional development conference presented by the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) in Anaheim, Calif., in …
FLOYD COUNTY — A Southern Indiana nurse has been charged with 10 felonies after police say she filled prescriptions for pain medication for terminally ill hospice patients and did not deliver the medication to patients.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville man is charged with arson after police say he admitted setting his car on fire in late December after being arrested in a separate case.
JEFFERSONVILLE – During their grand opening, Kennedy Smith and Max Gast took a moment during a lull in sales to balance the books.
NEW ALBANY — Any driver who frequents the stretch of Charlestown Road just north of Interstate 265 is likely no stranger to the difficulties of one of its most congested intersections.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Over the decades, Jeffersonville couple Jack and Marcia Hutslar have cared for each other, raised a family and spent their lives side-by-side.
FLOYD COUNTY – As the teacher sang, “This way, that way, port side, starboard … ,” the sea of children shuffled their small feet, moving from one side of the room to another, creating a sort of dance.
LOUISVILLE — Police are still seeking information leading to the identity of a woman witnesses say jumped from the Sherman Minton Bridge Monday afternoon.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Ground-level work has commenced on a new water drainage system aimed at eliminating some of downtown Jeffersonville’s flooding issues.
CLARKSVILLE — Our Lady of Providence High School in Clarksville recently announced that Karen Schueler, director of Learning Support Services, has received the Providence St. Theodora Guerin Excellence in Education Award. Schueler will represent Providence at the National Catholic Education …
NEW ALBANY — A New Albany man is in custody facing child molestation charges after allegations he inappropriately touched a child who had been at his home in early December.
CLARKSVILLE — Members of the public will have an opportunity today to learn more about the Brown’s Station Way master plan, and offer input on potential changes over the next decade.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Community Schools Board of Trustees unanimously voted at its Feb. 10 meeting to name a piece of the campus after alumnus and superfan, Steve Matheny.
NEW ALBANY — Southern Indiana’s center for the performing and visual arts on the campus of Indiana University Southeast in New Albany has announced that the Louisville Children’s Film Festival has joined the lineup of its 2019-2020 frеe Children & Family Series.
FLOYD COUNTY — Looking around her school, Floyd Central High School junior Shari Rowe can see students who may need additional mental health services.
SOUTHERN INDIANA – With a pencil firmly in hand, 6-year-old William Anderson went to task, drawing a Valentine’s Day card inspired by the Minecraft video game.
LOUISVILLE — When looking to get their business ideas off the ground, one of the biggest obstacles for entrepreneurs is finding the money to get started.
NEW ALBANY – Indiana University Southeast is proud to serve as a first-time host institution for this year’s Indiana Latinx Leadership Conference (ILLC) on Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020, at the Paul W. Ogle Cultural and Community Center. This event is supported by the Caesars Foundation of Floyd C…
JEFFERSONVILLE — Do you know where to go when you are experiencing a sudden illness or injury? Clark Memorial Health’s urgent care and emergency room staff offer tips on how to choose the right care.
In an effort to better support entrepreneurs in Louisville and Southern Indiana, Access Ventures announced Tuesday morning Render Capital, a new $15 million regional fund focused on providing early stage risk capital for local entrepreneurs.
NEW ALBANY — For several months a duplex at a New Albany Housing Authority (NAHA) residential campus sat vacant, burnt out by a fire that rendered it unusable.
On the Monday before Valentine’s Day, Aebersold Florist in New Albany was already busy preparing orders for Valentine’s Day. The shop already had several thousand roses in stock as of noon, and a refrigerated display at the florist was filled with floral arrangements of red, pink and white.
FLOYD COUNTY – Voters in Floyd County will get a say on whether they are willing to pay higher taxes in an effort to increase safety and security at schools in the May primary.
This Week's Circulars
Wilma L. Rauck, 94, passed away peacefully at Maple Manor Christian Home in Sellersburg, Indiana. She was born at home in Speed, Indiana on April 2, 1925 to the late James and Catherine Samples (Burke). She retired from Boise Cascade Company after 25 years of working in production. Mrs. Rauc…
Visitation will be 9 a.m.-12 noon, February 22, 2020 at Christ Temple Apostolic Church, (723 South 45th Street). Funeral at 12 noon at the church. Entombment, Kraft-Graceland Memorial Park.
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- Southern Indiana hospice nurse charged with medical fraud
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- New Albany man charged with molestation
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