NEW ALBANY — It's not difficult to see the extended impact of the coronavirus pandemic when one travels through the communities of Southern Indiana.
NEW ALBANY – Officials from One Southern Indiana (1si), the chamber of commerce and economic development organization for Clark and Floyd counties, the Community Foundation of Southern Indiana (CFSI) and the Caesars Foundation of Floyd County (CFFC) announced Wednesday the initial $360,000 r…
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Work is expected to begin on or after April 15, on a $950,000 bridge painting contract in Floyd and Harrison counties. The contract includes structures along Interstate-64 and S.R. 337 near New Albany and Corydon.
INDIANA — There have now been more than 160 positive cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Clark and Floyd counties, according to state and local data.
NEW ALBANY — With the closure of in-person dining, Southern Indiana restaurants are facing many challenges as they close their doors or scale back operations, and it has left many workers without a job.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Management at Southern Indiana’s only homeless shelter remain vigilant in protecting residents from the spread of COVID-19 as Indiana’s stay-at-home order goes into its third week.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Indianapolis has been identified by the U.S. Surgeon General as one of the emerging hot spots in the United States for the coronavirus pandemic.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — In times of unexpected calamity, one of the first worries that rushes to the forefronts of people’s minds is money.
LOUISVILLE – Kroger is the latest grocery chain to reduce the maximum number of customers allowed in its supermarkets, according to newsgathering partner WAVE 3 News.
INDIANAPOLIS – At midnight Monday, essential and non-essential businesses will have new rules for operation during the coronavirus crisis under an order from Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Business at River Ridge Commerce Center continues amid the coronavirus pandemic, and at a Monday virtual meeting, the River Ridge Development Authority board of directors approved a land sale for a new development.
• As of 3:45 p.m. Monday, Floyd County had reported five deaths due to COVID-19, with three being Floyd County residents, according to the health department's website.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Officials in one Hoosier county have put on hold plans to transport nursing home residents to different facilities throughout Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS — According to the Floyd County Health Department Monday, three Floyd County residents have now died due to complications from COVID 19. There have been 132 positive cases in the county, out of 862 administered tests, with 58 being Floyd County residents.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As social distancing remains in place to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, first responders in Southern Indiana modified some operations to help keep the community and themselves safe.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Robbie Steiner, theater director at Floyd Central High School, has more time on his hands as people are urged to stay at home and schools transition to eLearning amid the coronavirus pandemic.
FLOYD COUNTY — Communities across the country are experiencing a crisis unlike any in recent memory.
INDIANAPOLIS — There are now 66 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Clark County with four deaths, and 50 positive cases in Floyd County, with two deaths, as of 11:59 p.m. April 4, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
JEFFERSONVILLE — As local hospitals respond to the coronavirus pandemic, a Jeffersonville restaurant is showing its support by giving out free meals to healthcare workers.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — In the fall of 1918, the Boston Red Sox and the Chicago Cubs — of all teams — were battling it out in the World Series. Meanwhile, over in Europe the Allied forces were on their way to victory in World War I.
SOUTHERN INDIANA – The coronavirus pandemic has forced Indiana schools to make rapid adjustments as they learn from home, and with the spread of COVID-19, students will not be able to return to the classroom this school year.
INDIANA — The coronavirus pandemic has changed the Hoosier state in ways that will linger after the immediate threat is over.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Dozens of Amazon fulfillment centers and warehouses across the country have had employees test positive for COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS – As Indiana surpassed 100 deaths due to COVID-19 and saw 24 deaths within 24 hours, state officials extended the stay-at-home policy directing Hoosiers to “hunker down” and limit themselves to essential activities.
Indiana’s Department of Workforce Development will upgrade its system and hire additional staff to handle the influx of COVID-19 related unemployment applications, an official said Thursday.
INDIANA — The Indiana Supreme Court has extended all emergency orders for limited court operations through May 4, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Well, it finally happened. My Weber kettle grill finally bit the dust after over a decade of tasty service. So until I get a new one I am forced to grill on our gas grill, which I hadn’t used for quite some time.
Imagine the delicious smell of homemade bread baking in your oven and filling your house. Now, think about how delighted your family will be to see that tasty bread on your table. Yeast bread is surprisingly easy to make and it can be a fun project for family members to help mix, shape, bake…
NEW ALBANY – The Sazerac Company, the largest producer of distilled spirits in North America, has started producing hand sanitizer for some of the world’s largest organizations in the healthcare, government, military, retail, distribution, airline, pharmacy and banking industries.
INDIANAPOLIS — The intensifying COVID-19 pandemic is spelling new and unprecedented consequences for the world, and Indiana is no exception, state officials said as they unveiled the latest tolls of the disease and new steps proposed to stem its spread.
WASHINGTON COUNTY — Joshua D. Hill, of Lanesville, has been charged in Washington County on multiple felony charges resulting from a domestic battery and confinement incident that lasted several days, according to an Indiana State Police news release.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville homeless shelter has received a donation its managers say will be “critical” in the fight against the spread of COVID-19.
NEW ALBANY — A New Albany man has been the first to be charged with disobeying Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home order after police say he drove while intoxicated and hit three parked cars.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Putting their own well-being at risk every day are the health care providers treating patients who have been infected with the coronavirus.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Buying food and other basics at a grocery store has become much more difficult amid the coronavirus pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — As Indiana saw the biggest increase in COVID-19 cases since the outbreak began, Gov. Eric Holcomb unveiled a new campaign aimed at pulling Hoosiers together to respond to uncertain times.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Health Department reported Wednesday the first COVID-19-related death in the county.
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