JEFFERSONVILLE — One Southern Indiana today 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 ne…
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.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Louisville-based pharmaceutical company has announced plans to expand its operations in Jeffersonville — bringing with it 850 new jobs by the end of 2023.
CLARKSVILLE — The town of Clarksville has earmarked additional property for development as part of a wide-ranging plan to spur economic growth and revitalization in targeted areas.
LOUISVILLE — New toll rates for three bridges connecting Louisville and Southern Indiana begin next month. The 2.5 percent increase is effective July 1.
NEW ALBANY — Business partners Tim Smith and Beau Kerley have been hoping to open a restaurant in New Albany or Jeffersonville for quite some time.
GOSHEN — One-by-one, children leapt from a diving board into the chilly water at Shanklin Park Pool Tuesday. Wes Rush, a new lifeguard this year, stood watch nearby.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A project that could play a key role in downtown Jeffersonville's revival remains in limbo, as a prominent developer seeks answers and a non-profit board mulls litigation.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The first time Keg Liquors opened its doors to customers on a Sunday more than one year ago, owner Todd Antz was skeptical.
Back in 2013, before the Ohio River Bridges Project transformed the region, Southern Indiana was competing with south Louisville to lure a major economic development project.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Laura DeMent knows that achieving and maintaining health isn't just about what a person eats or about pushing physical workouts to the max. To her and her clients, a balanced approach is what can lead to life-changing, lasting results.
NEW ALBANY — For the second time in less than a year a new restaurant concept will occupy a revered spot in downtown New Albany's dining scene.
INDIANAPOLIS — UPS has announced that 40 elite drivers from Indiana — including two Clark and Floyd counties — are among 1,436 newly inducted worldwide into the Circle of Honor, an honorary organization for UPS drivers who have achieved 25 or more years of accident-free driving.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A prized piece of real estate on the fast-track to development now faces derailment from pending litigation, jeopardizing a project that seeks to transform a slice of Jeffersonville's downtown core.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Redevelopment Commission has announced plans to purchase 65 acres of land at the former River Falls Mall, something town leaders say will be an investment in long-term economic growth while also alleviating flooding in the area.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A proposal to build a permanent apartment complex for the homeless and disabled at the site of the Jeffersonville Optimist Club is back to square one with zoning as the core issue.
CHARLESTOWN — NIBCO, a valve and fitting manufacturer based in Elkhart, has announced plans to cease operations at its Charlestown plant in phases starting in July.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The River Ridge Development Authority has approved $2.6 million in investments for infrastructure improvements to pave the way for future development at the 6,000-acre business park.
CLARKSVILLE — Adult theater and business Theatair X has filed a court appeal following a recent decision by the Town of Clarksville to revoke its business license based on multiple alleged zoning code violations.
CLARKSVILLE — The Indiana Court of Appeals has ruled that a case regarding rezoning for a proposed Clarksville apartment complex be remanded back to the original court to hear more evidence.
JEFFERSONVILLE — From Vissing Park to just past Ind. 265, east 10th Street is the dawn of Jeffersonville's emerging growth, benefiting from the increase in traffic from the Lewis and Clark Bridge and River Ridge Commerce Center's constant unfurling.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Ray Herdt Florist in downtown Jeffersonville has been a family-owned business for two generations, and for most of those years, owner Bruce Herdt has worked long hours and long weeks.
CHARLESTOWN — Indiana American Water recently announced an open house for its customers in Charlestown. The company acquired the water system from the City of Charlestown earlier this year and provides service to approximately 2,900 customers, which represents a population of more than 7,800…
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Town Council voted unanimously Thursday to uphold the business license revocation of adult theater and store Theatair X, but that doesn't mean the business will be closing.
With the completion of a bridge over Silver Creek in November, the Ohio River Greenway finally allows users to ride or walk the path from end to end — from New Albany, through Clarksville, to Jeffersonville on 7.5 miles of mixed-use trails and roads.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Due to ongoing construction, the main location of the Jeffersonville Township Public Library on Court Avenue will be closed from May 6 to May 21, according to a library news release.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Town Council heard several hours of arguments and witness testimony at an administrative appeals hearing Monday regarding the revocation of the business license for adult theater and store Theatair X.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A suspect is in custody in connection with a string of overnight burglaries to downtown Jeffersonville businesses earlier this week.
CLARKSVILLE — After several years of progress, a Clarksville lot long prohibited from redevelopment may see new life soon in the form of a mixed-use, multi-family development — the first such project in the town in three decades.
GREENVILLE — Making a human heart is not for, well... the faint of heart. Along with countless hours of work and inevitable failure, the hope of heart-making requires unwavering commitment for what could be decades.
CLARKSVILLE — Adult theater and store Theatair X could lose its business license, if the Clarksville Town Council upholds multiple zoning violations filed within the past year. The business along U.S. 31 near Interstate 65 has filed an appeal to the revocation, with a hearing set for 7 p.m. …
CLARK COUNTY — In its heyday the heavy lifting at the Indiana Army Ammunition Plant took place on the Charlestown end of the sprawling facility.
This Week's Circulars
Masako N. Santos, of New Albany, Indiana, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 15, 2019 at Silvercrest Nursing Home at the age of 89. Masako was born in Okinawa, Japan and endured many hardships in her young life including protecting her younger siblings during the occupation of Okinawa by…
Lester C. Bottorff Jr., 87, passed away Saturday, July 13, 2019 at Westminster Village. He was retired from Colgate. Lester was a member of CCCC, VFW, American Legion, Moose Lodge, FOE. He was also a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Lester served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korea…
Hiram Eull "Wally" Wallace, 91, went to be with the Lord on December 27, 2018. This gifted and beloved gentleman was a shining example of a loving patriarch, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, and cherished friend to so many. Wally leaves behind a legacy of selfless character, …
Juanita M. Glasscock, 74 of Charlestown passed away on Friday. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 1:00 P.M. at Grayson's in Charlestown. Visitation after 11:00 A.M. Tuesday.
- Southern Indiana responds to effects from marijuana-legal states
- Destructive black carp found near Indiana waterways
- Arrest made in fatal shooting at Jeffersonville tire shop
- Ouster of some hotel residents early sparks protest in Clarksville
- Goshen girl takes on calf project as final wish
- UPDATE: Suspect faces felony charges in Jeffersonville stabbing Thursday
- Arrest made after Jeffersonville noise dispute boils over
- Victim in Wednesday shooting at tire store identified
- Luxury apartments, retail planned for Woerner Avenue in Clarksville
- Vigil to be held Saturday for Clark County inmate who died last week