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.
SELLERSBURG — Ivy Tech Community College Sellersburg has announced that two of its students have been selected to participate in a cybersecurity internship project with the NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC) in Ohio.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Over a 16-month span, Jeffersonville resident LaQuesha Harris immersed herself in the complex world of mobile technology, even dabbling in coding tools, to fulfill her vision.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The recent merger of two natural stone producers is expected to expand the market for limestone produced by four southern Indiana quarries far beyond the Midwest.
Part one of this article detailed how a group of four men who restore historically significant, vintage computers — Carl Claunch, Ken Shirriff, Mike Stewart, and Marc Verdiell — connected with Jimmie Loocke, a former technician at the NASA Manned Spacecraft Center (now Johnson Space Center).…
If you’re like me, you’re watching and reading about the upcoming 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing. The achievement is all the more outstanding considering the limited, archaic technology (by today’s standards) that got us there and back.
FLOYD COUNTY — The Floyd County Commissioners received a $3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) Wednesday. The funds, a matching grant, will be used to build infrastructure at the county’s innovation and technology park in Georgetown.
JEFFERSONVILLE — One Southern Indiana Monday announced Layn USA, the U.S. subsidiary of Chinese company Guilin Layn Corp., has signed a purchase and sales agreement (PSA) with the River Ridge Development Authority and will commence due diligence to evaluate the parcel as the location for a n…
JEFFERSONVILLE — One Southern Indiana officials, in coordination with the Indiana Economic Development Corp., announced Monday that MXD Process' intention to return to Jeffersonville to lease a new facility at 4650 New Middle Road. The $1.8 million project, contingent on the Jeffersonville C…
CLARKSVILLE — A $22 million mixed-use project planned for Clarksville’s Woerner Avenue is expected to help kick off major redevelopment efforts in the area.
JEFFERSONVILLE — TEG Architects, an architecture, visualization and interior design firm headquartered in Jeffersonville, has announced a new ownership and management structure.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As a way to grow visitor spending in Southern Indiana, tourism officials are seeking an increase in funding to help level the playing field in a competitive industry.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — At one point, tractors were seen as the future — a way for farmers to achieve so much more with less time and effort.
CLARKSVILLE — Attorneys representing the Town of Clarksville in a civil case have requested a judge step in and force adult business Theatair X to comply with new regulations, including hours of operation.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Redevelopment Commission has formalized its intent to buy the America's Best Inn and Suites property on Eastern Boulevard and 11 other sites on the block through a resolution passed Tuesday.
CLARKSVILLE — Attorneys for the Town of Clarksville have responded to an appeal case filed by adult store Theatair X, stating the business is now in violation of new town codes and has failed to pay fines from last year.
CLARKSVILLE — As the clock ticks on the nearly 100 long-term residents who will be displaced when a Clarksville hotel closes next month, community groups, local and state leaders continue to seek resources and assistance.
JEFFERSONVILLE — After years of vacancy and disrepair, the gray, two-story brick house standing guard over Big Four Station Park in Jeffersonville has found a new purpose.
CLARKSVILLE — Multiple community agencies pulled together Tuesday to figure out how to help the nearly 100 people who may have nowhere to go when a Clarksville hotel known for long-term stays closes next month.
JEFFERSONVILLE—At Preston Arts Center, customers don't need to worry whether they are "real artists"—the shop aims to help people become comfortable expressing themselves through art, regardless of their experience level.
This Week's Circulars
Raymond O. Oyler, 86, of New Albany, passed away early Friday morning in New Albany after fighting a long, hard 15 year battle with Alzheimer's disease. He was born in Warsaw, Indiana to the late Ralph and Violet (Hull) Oyler. He was a longtime member of St. John's United Presbyterian Church…
Cody Winston Embry, 79, Henryville, passed away Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2019, at Sellersburg Nursing and Rehab. Born on the family farm in Butler County, Ky., March 14, 1940. Cody loved his relationship with the Lord, the outdoors, music, and the UK Wildcats. He was preceded in death by his parent…
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- NEW: Clark County judges react to Indiana Supreme Court decision
- Floyd County residents concerned about rapid growth near Georgetown
- UPDATE: Charlestown Mayor Hall will seek recount after losing re-election bid by 30 votes
- Downtown Jeffersonville condos showcased to public for first time
- Coffey disputes New Albany mayoral vote totals
- Horseshoe Southern Indiana to open new land-based casino Dec. 12
- Beloved former NAHS Latin teacher dies
- Work on Lancaster Lofts project in New Albany delayed
- Goodwill to open second New Albany store Nov. 19