NEW ALBANY — Attorney Calvin A. Blank has joined the law firm of Lorch Naville Ward LLC, 506 State St. in New Albany, in the general practice of law.
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NEW ALBANY — Community members that have gathered to save the Smith Farmhouse from demolition received good news when developers agreed to donate and relocate the house if their Planned Unit Development (PUD) request is approved by the New Albany City Council.
CLARKSVILLE — The availability of residential space is one of the top issues in Southern Indiana, and Clarksville may soon be getting more than 300 additional apartment units to help house those looking for a new place to live.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A new sandwich shop is now offering quick breakfast and lunch options in downtown Jeffersonville after facing delays in opening the business due to the pandemic.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Nationally, regionally and locally, a panel of experts predicted Monday that economic conditions should continue to improve in 2022, but they cautioned there’s one factor that could affect that forecast.
NEW ALBANY — Southern Indiana continues to be a magnet for business, as Vsimple has announced its intention to relocate its corporate headquarters to a facility at 318 East Fourth St. in downtown New Albany.
CLARKSVILLE — Clarksville leaders have taken a big step toward solidifying a plan meant to guide redevelopment in the town’s central corridor over the next 40 years.
FLOYD COUNTY — A longtime Southern Indiana company has made changes to its business structure with the goal of continuing the family business for generations to come.
INDIANAPOLIS — Baptist Health Floyd was recognized Thursday by the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA), in partnership with Gov. Eric J. Holcomb and State Health Commissioner Dr. Kris Box, for its commitment to infant and maternal health at the second annual INspire Hospital of Distinction re…
JEFFERSONVILLE — A new educational facility aimed at giving children a strong boost in life has opened for children of employers and employees of the River Ridge Commerce Center in Clark County.
JEFFERSONVILLE — itel, an award-winning international customer experience company with operations across the Caribbean, Latin America and U.S., opened a 34,000-square-foot contact center in Jeffersonville earlier this month.
NEW ALBANY — Greg Dattilo was recently named executive director at Green Valley Care Center, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in New Albany.
INDIANAPOLIS — Earlier this year, an insistent cry arose from business leaders and Republican governors: Cut off a $300-a-week federal supplement for unemployed Americans. Many people, they argued, would then come off the sidelines and take the millions of jobs that employers were desperate …
EVANSVILLE — CenterPoint Energy, Inc.’s Indiana-based natural gas business, CenterPoint Energy Indiana North, has filed a request with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) to continue its natural gas infrastructure improvements during the next five years to comply with federal pi…
SCOTTSBURG — Engineered Plastic Components–Columbia, Inc. (EPC), a leader in the manufacturing of plastic injection molded products with 17 locations in 10 states, announced its intention to expand its Scottsburg plant.
HARRISON COUNTY — Amazon has announced its second Amazon fulfillment center in Southern Indiana, which will add new jobs to the growing region.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Next week will mark a major step in a new build that will become both the hub of the River Ridge Commerce Center and Clark County government.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Scores of Southern Indiana residents are reporting much longer than usual wait times for medications over the past few months, specifically at larger chain pharmacies in the area.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville building commissioner has issued an annual adult business license to the new owner of Theatair X, a day ahead of an administrative appeal scheduled before the Clarksville Town Council Thursday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A family-owned staffing company with a presence in 11 states has opened its 29th location in Jeffersonville, with hopes of helping to help support workforce needs as new companies continue to relocate in the city.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The River Ridge Development Authority (RRDA) and Mid-America Rail Storage and Leasing have reached an agreement that will end Mid-America’s lease of rail assets at River Ridge Commerce Center, according to a news release. The agreement resolves a lawsuit Mid-America filed in…
CHARLESTOWN — Duke Energy announced Monday that a Charlestown property inside River Ridge Commerce Center will be included in its 2021 Site Readiness Program.
INDIANA — Although she has multiple roles, new Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan said her top priority in this office is maintaining what she said is Indiana’s stellar reputation with election integrity, security and transparency.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Though not a novel idea, what doctors Dan Eichenberger and D. Mark Bickers have planned is unique for Floyd County.
CLARKSVILLE — Attorneys representing the Town of Clarksville in a federal lawsuit brought by the new owner of Theatair X have filed a motion to modify the judge’s order issued Tuesday.
CLARKSVILLE — A federal judge has ruled that the Clarksville building commissioner did not have the authority to deny an annual license to the new owner of Theatair X last week and that the business still has the temporary license in effect that had been issued moments before.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Although much is still unknown about the vaccine requirements or regular COVID-19 testing announced last week by President Joe Biden, some Southern Indiana companies have started preparing through campaigns targeted at increasing the number of staff now vaccinated.
CLARK COUNTY — A New Albany man is facing felony charges after police say he threatened to blow up his workplace in early August if COVID-19 vaccines were required.
NEW ALBANY — Toyoda Gosei Co., Ltd., through its subsidiary TG Missouri Corporation, announced Monday its intention to expand its Southern Indiana presence with a re-purposed manufacturing facility in New Albany.
CLARKSVILLE — The attorney for a company attempting to reopen adult business Theatair X has filed a new motion questioning the town’s timing in denying the business’s annual license last week and filed an appeal to the town’s decision.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — It was early August when Brandi Moorman, a working single mother, first started to see the evictions take hold after the moratorium put in place during the pandemic was lifted.
NEW ALBANY — Schmitt Furniture will celebrate its 85th anniversary with a free concert Friday at the New Albany Amphitheater.
FLOYD COUNTY — The New Albany branch of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is scheduled to remain closed through Oct. 2. The branch is at 2612 Charlestown Rd.
CLARKSVILLE — The new owner of adult business Theatair X faces a new challenge in reopening after a request for an annual license was denied Tuesday night by the Clarksville building commissioner, the town’s letter stating in part that the application materials were incomplete.
NEW ALBANY — Enrollment has decreased by 13% at Indiana University Southeast this fall, a drop that university leaders attribute to effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CLARKSVILLE — The new owners of adult store Theatair X have been issued a temporary business permit, just under the wire of a Clarksville zoning change Tuesday that could have affected its reopening, but one that provides more places for adult business to operate.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A federal judge is expected to issue a ruling in a recent lawsuit filed by the new owner at Clarksville’s Theatair X against the town, ahead of a council meeting Tuesday that could affect the fate of the business.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Town Council has adopted an ordinance amendment that solidifies certain restrictions with adult businesses and adds more accountability for owners and employees.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Plan Commission has voted to recommend the town council approve changes to the zoning code that could ultimately affect where adult businesses can be located within the town — including Theatair X, which has been at the center of recent litigation and is now und…
JEFFERSONVILLE — A local developer has passed the first hurdle in his plans to redevelop an historic former church building and its property in Jeffersonville into condos and patio homes, but some residents of the surrounding neighborhood say they’re going to continue to speak out against th…
CLARKSVILLE — The new owner of adult bookstore Theatair X has filed a federal complaint against the Town of Clarksville alleging the town has refused to grant a temporary business license ahead of a zoning change vote that could prevent any adult store from ever reopening there. Clarksville …
HENRYVILLE — “There’s not time to not be sustainable. There’s not time to mess up the Earth,” Beth Boesche-Taylor said of the decision she and her husband made to make their farm as sustainable as possible.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The largest hemp processing facility in the U.S. is expected to open this fall in the River Ridge Commerce Center, with the plant reaching full capacity over the following year.
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June 2021 Obituaries
Daniel "Dan" Becher, passed away Dec. 2, 2021 peacefully at his home after a short battle with pancreatic cancer. Dan was born on March 3, 1947 in Louisville KY. He attended Providence High School and then went on to get his B.S. Degree from Purdue University and a Masters Degree from the Un…
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