INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana reported more than 3,000 new coronavirus cases for the second consecutive day Friday as the state’s new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations continued to surge.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Southern Indiana health officials say Clark and Floyd counties are continuing to see substantial community-wide transmission of COVID-19.
As we continue to do more and more research from home, our attention needs to turn to help aids that direct us to major resources that can add to our personal research.
NEW ALBANY — Indiana Jones meets Dan Brown with a little Ben-Hur mixed in — that combination is how New Albany author Jack Holt describes the basis of his new book.
Markie is a one-year-old Domestic Short Hair kitty who found herself outdoors and alone with a litter of baby kittens. A kind citizen brought her to The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter and she was placed into a foster home where she could raise her babies in peace. Now that her babies…
FRANKFORT – Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced in Thursday’s update on COVID-19 in Kentucky that there were 1,821 new positive cases of the virus confirmed in the state, the third-highest number of new cases ever announced in one day since March.
As Halloween approaches, Southern Indiana health officials urge the community to celebrate safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Carnegie Center for Art and History is hosting “There Used to Be a Street,” a solo exhibition by mixed media painter, Dana Oldfather. The exhibition opens Saturday, Nov. 14, with an Open House Reception from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
CLARK COUNTY — Jeffersonville Mayor Mike Moore views the continued growth in the east end of Jeffersonville and toward Charlestown as a positive, though he conceded this week new houses lead to new concerns.
Warm oatmeal with apples and cinnamon has lots of flavor and will kick-start your day because it is budget-friendly, quick to make and full of heart-healthy nutrients.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge has denied a request to lower bond for a man held in Clark County jail on charges including attempted murder.
CLARK COUNTY — Borden Henryville School Corp. is switching to at least two days of eLearning due to staffing issues related to COVID-19.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County magistrate declined to raise the bond to $100,000 cash-only for Wildlife in Need founder Tim Stark when he appeared for an initial hearing Thursday.
NEW ALBANY — The four candidates vying for two contested Floyd County judge seats had the opportunity Wednesday to address voters during a forum hosted by the Floyd County Bar Association.
Indiana set a daily high of newly reported cases of COVID-19 Thursday as the number of hospitalizations and new infections across the state continued to spike.
CLARK COUNTY — For the first time in 15 years, New Albany native Ginger Payne is beginning to truly be able to see herself, shining through the burden of addiction that has followed her for years.
INDIANAPOLIS — Limited doses of a COVID-19 vaccine might be available in Indiana as soon as late November, with a second vaccine expected in mid-December, Dr. Kristina Box, the state’s health commissioner, said Wednesday.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Health Department has announced immediate restrictions on extracurricular school activities over the next two weeks in response to a rise in COVID-19 cases in the community.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Wildlife in Need founder Tim Stark has been taken into Clark County custody after an arrest earlier this month in New York, the sheriff's office has confirmed.
Clark and Floyd counties will be observing Trick-or-Treat hours on Saturday, Oct. 31, rain or shine. It is the choice of parents or guardians whether to allow children to go door to door. Homeowners also are reminded that it is their choice whether to participate this year.
CLARK COUNTY — The calendar for Greater Clark County Schools went through several changes this school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and next semester, eLearning days will continue.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The Louisville Metropolitan Statistical Area — which includes Floyd County and Clark County — saw a sizable drop in its unemployment rate in September.
INDIANA — There have now been 166,564 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Indiana, the state department of health reported Tuesday. Of these, 2,062 are new, from between Oct. 22 and Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS—Indiana has received approval to continue its alternative to traditional Medicaid expansion — the Healthy Indiana Plan (HIP) — for another 10 years, allowing the state to continue health coverage for more than 572,000 low-income adult Hoosiers.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A suspect involved in a shooting Sunday in Charlestown during a domestic incident has been charged with attempted murder as well as more than a dozen other charges.
The Floyd County 4-H Program is now open for registration for the 2020-21 program year. We understand that with COVID-19 a lot of activities and events have been cancelled, but Floyd County 4-H is here and still running programs.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Two people are in custody and two others hospitalized including an infant after police say a domestic dispute led to a shooting at a Jeffersonville home.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Andrew Luther, a special area teacher at Clarksville Elementary School, normally would be teaching technology classes, but as the school faces substitute teacher shortages, he sometimes has to take on a different role.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge has taken under advisement whether to lower the $1 million bond of a man charged with attempted murder in July after leading police on a six-hour manhunt in Utica.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man charged almost four years ago with multiple felonies for child molestation has filed a plea agreement, which has been taken under advisement to be discussed at a hearing this week.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A divided Senate is set to confirm Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, giving the country a ninth justice Monday as Republicans overpower Democratic opposition to secure President Donald Trump’s nominee the week before Election Day.
The Town of Sellersburg has applied for more than $1.2 million to improve roads through the Community Crossings Matching Grant Program (CCMG), said Town Manager Charlie Smith.
This Week's Circulars
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- Attempted murder suspect requests lower bond in Clark County
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- UPDATE: Two remain hospitalized after Charlestown shooting
- Two in custody after shooting in Jeffersonville
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- Clark County limits school activities as COVID-19 numbers rise