INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has announced eligibility for financial relief to small businesses across the state impacted by COVID-19.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Clark County health officials met with more than 40 community partners Wednesday to discuss preparations for the potential spread to Southern Indiana of COVID-19, a disease caused by the new coronavirus.
INDIANAPOLIS — A Marion County judge has issued an order for preliminary injunction allowing the state to inspect a Charlestown wildlife nonprofit organization and the animals within it during a pending civil case, following a hearing last Friday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — It’s not hard to find a spot for a beer in downtown Jeffersonville today, with several watering holes within a few blocks of each other near the Ohio River. But historians say the area was once much more densely packed with bars, saloons or — during Prohibition — “cafes” wit…
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge has issued orders in an ongoing civil case between an adult business and the Town of Clarksville, with both sides coming away with something in their favor.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Owners of a Jeffersonville business which caught fire Friday say they hope to be able to open the doors this summer, although damage estimates are still in the early stages.
CLARK COUNTY — A Clark County judge will decide whether an adult business must pay more than $770,000 in fines for alleged ordinance violations said to have occurred in the fall.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Attorneys in a civil case between the Town of Clarksville and adult business Theatair X have 10 days to file proposed orders on what they wish to see happen next in the case, following a hearing Thursday.
SELLERSBURG — The Sellersburg Town Council is finalizing the hire of its first town manager, a move one official says will bring the town up to speed with growth in neighboring municipalities.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Supreme Court was expected to hear oral arguments Thursday in an appeals case related to attorneys’ fees incurred in a billboard lawsuit initiated by River Ridge Development Authority in 2017 and dismissed a year later.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Representatives from the state and national stage visited Clark County Thursday, getting a feel for what progress has been made by community members in the fight against the opioid and addiction crisis.
NEW ALBANY — Owners of a unique new business opening this weekend in New Albany say they want to provide a place for remote control vehicle enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels to come have a good time.
CLARKSVILLE — Dozens turned out Monday to offer input on a plan expected to transform Clarksville's aging Lewis and Clark Parkway corridor over the next 25 to 30 years.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Five years ago, Southern Indiana residents were just starting to figure out how to get a grasp on what was happening in their communities with the opioid epidemic. There were questions, fears, misunderstanding.
CLARKSVILLE — The Town of Clarksville is set to start the new decade with some new faces on the town council and major headway on a series of redevelopment projects.
CLARKSVILLE — Plans for development of a gateway into Clarksville are being revised after a planned sports complex garnered no proposals.
CLARKSVILLE — The Town of Clarksville is seeking $770,000 in past code violation fines from adult business Theatair X. It also asked a court on Tuesday to find the business and property owner in contempt for disobeying an earlier court order on business operations.
CLARKSVILLE — A Clark County judge has approved a preliminary injunction cutting the hours an adult business can operate in Clarksville and requiring reconfiguration of its interior.
CLARKSVILLE — Clarksville officials will soon be seeking public input on the town's largest master plan since the South Clarksville Redevelopment Plan was implemented in 2016.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Parties in a civil lawsuit related to the operations of an adult business in Clarksville have entered proposed orders for a Clark County judge to consider.
CLARKSVILLE — The second day of the annual Indiana NAACP conference in Clarksville brought with it an inspiration to attendees to work together to help create change toward a more united country.
CLARKSVILLE — A new development is underway that's expected to change the landscape of Clarksville's Eastern Boulevard by its opening in 2021.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The River Ridge Development Authority on Monday approved investing in more than two dozen infrastructure projects at the River Ridge Commerce Center that will ready more sites for development.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge has given parties in a civil lawsuit over an adult business in Clarksville, along with the town itself, until Friday to file proposed orders in the case.
NEW ALBANY — Southern Indiana representatives are working to make sure area residents, students and businesses are not forgotten in the decision of whether or not to fully close the Sherman Minton Bridge for repairs.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Clark County judge is expected to rule later this month on whether or not an adult business will have to comply with new laws set forth by the Clarksville Town Council in July, as civil litigation continues between the two entities.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A year after operations ceased at a longtime Jeffersonville staple for comfort food, the corner of Market and Spring streets is about to see new life.
CLARKSVILLE — Roughly two years after a dilapidated Clarksville motel closed following fire code violations, the space is seeing new life.
NEW ALBANY — For eight years, the former Preston Arts Center building in downtown New Albany has stood vacant. But with the growth of two local businesses, the space will be given new life.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A local tourism bureau is taking initial steps in answering a question posed for years — does Southern Indiana need a convention center?
JEFFERSONVILLE – Equipped with two copies of the News and Tribune and a TIME magazine, Wendy Dant Chesser, president and CEO of One Southern Indiana, sat across from Sen. Mike Braun [R-Indiana], ready to ask him the tough questions on issues facing businesses in Southern Indiana, such as eco…
NEW ALBANY – Walking the freshly painted halls, Prosser Career Education Center Director Alan Taylor breathed an audible sigh of relief.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Tempers flared at a packed Jeffersonville City Council meeting Monday where the board voted against reconsideration of tax credits for a potential downtown development.
NEW ALBANY — A local business has gained a large following with its artistically-styled boards of meats and cheeses, and now, the owners are taking their vision to another level.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A form of betting typically reserved for the neon lights of Las Vegas will soon arrive in bucolic Southern Indiana.
ELIZABETH — As Horseshoe Southern Indiana prepares to transition to Caesars Southern Indiana in a new land-based casino later this year, officials Wednesday detailed plans for the casino’s new sports betting venue, called The Book — which is set to open Sept. 12.
CHARLESTOWN — Alan Muncy can see a future for Charlestown, one that resembles the hustle and bustle the town experienced during the time the ammunition plant was fueling war efforts overseas.
INDIANAPOLIS — Five owner companies within the Intelligent Fiber Network (IFN), a leader among Indiana’s commercial fiber broadband providers, have been awarded funding grants from Indiana’s Next Level Connections Broadband Grant Program.
CLARKSVILLE — Town staff are moving forward with redevelopment of a former hotel property on Eastern Boulevard, though no plans have been announced on what might go there.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A species of small, nocturnal mammals will have a designated protected area thanks to a construction project slicing through the River Ridge Commerce Center.
CLARKSVILLE — Clarksville is taking steps to transform large parts of unused or outdated commercial space into modern areas that are relevant in the age of internet shopping.
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Karen Lynn Balmer, 62 years of age passed away on March 24, 2020 in Floyds Knobs, Indiana. She was born on May 24, 1957 in New Albany, Indiana. Karen is survived by her brother, Dave Balmer and his wife Becky, and her Bopsie Twin, Janice Weber. A private family graveside service was held at …
Services are private for Carole Barton and she will be laid to rest at Walnut Ridge Cemetery in Jeffersonville. Leave a message for the family, please visit www.NewcomerKentuckiana.com.
Wanda Lea (Grangier) Goulding, 81, passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2020. The daughter of the late Amiel and Evelyn Drake Grangier, Wanda was born February 26, 1939 in New Albany. She was a banking officer with PNC Bank and retired after 35 years of service and was a member of Our Lady of Perp…
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- Local extended stay hotel tenants facing eviction
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- POLICE: Man fired shots after Clark County road rage incident
- UPDATE: Clark County COVID-19 cases now at seven
- Clark, Floyd counties order non-essential public businesses to close at 9 p.m. today
- Aebersold Florist spreading cheer with free azaleas
- Floyd County Health Department announces need to close hair salons, barber shops
- Local art teacher offers virtual painting classes