CLARKSVILLE — Derby Dinner Playhouse has announced it will cancel all performances of the current show “Clue” through Oct. 26 because of a possible COVID-19 exposure.
CLARK COUNTY — Three Clark County municipalities will receive state grants that will bring a total of $750,000 to help Southern Indiana businesses affected by COVID-19.
NEW ALBANY — Glynita Bell, founder and clinical director at Heart 2 Heart Wellness Center in New Albany, comes from a family of helpers, a gift she’s using to help others navigate what for some is an especially challenging year.
CORYDON — For more than 40 years, Lynn Miller has been farming his family’s land in Corydon. But it wasn’t until their farmers market sales swelled this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic that what he does to feed families truly hit home.
NEW ALBANY – One Southern Indiana (1si) the chamber of commerce and economic development organization for Clark and Floyd counties, ended its annual meeting this week with a celebration honoring the organization for winning the Indiana Chamber Executives Association’s 2020 “Chamber of the Ye…
INDIANAPOLIS — State revenue collections improved in July, but that’s mainly because $900 million in taxes which normally would have been due in April and June were deferred until last month.
CHARLESTOWN — A U.S. District Court judge has issued a partial summary judgment in favor of PETA in an Endangered Species Act case the organization brought in 2017 against Charlestown roadside zoo Wildlife in Need.
FLOYD COUNTY — Some people associated with Floyd Central athletics are cautioning business owners to beware of a company they say they’re not affiliated with soliciting monetary sponsorships for items with team insignia.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Some U.S. retailers recently curbed giving out coins for change amid a disruption issue caused by COVID-19, but local industries that traditionally rely on coins aren't feeling the effect yet.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Four years ago, Jeffersonville resident Lori Forest was inspired to begin work on a safety device she hopes will save the lives of countless children.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Tax day, deferred three months due to COVID-19, has again approached. And while federal numbers show that many taxpayers took advantage of that period, one Southern Indiana preparer said numbers have evened out.
INDIANA — A Marion County judge has found the operators of Charlestown roadside zoo Wildlife in Need in contempt of court after they were reported to have hosted public events in June, against orders in a civil lawsuit not to do so while their USDA license is revoked.
CLARKSVILLE — Plans have been halted on a major development opportunity in Clarksville as its redevelopment commission weighs next steps during the COVID-19 economy.
CLARK COUNTY —Those who knew her well say Laura Lindley was a strong, smart woman full of life, who worked hard every day to make her community a better place.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Redevelopment Commission has finalized the purchase of the former Marathon property and will be soliciting bids for development there.
ELIZABETH — Employees at Caesars Southern Indiana in Elizabeth delivered a petition Wednesday to management demanding better compliance with guests wearing masks to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. It was signed by 305 people in the company.
CLARKSVILLE — A more than three-year-old civil case related to a proposed apartment complex in Clarksville is headed back to court after the town council denied a settlement agreement.
MARION COUNTY — The state of Indiana has filed a motion asking a judge to find Wildlife in Need and owner Tim Stark in contempt of court for hosting an event over the weekend in violation of a temporary restraining order in a civil case.
JEFFERSONVILLE — There have now been 26 cases of COVID-19 and one death confirmed among employees of the Amazon Fulfillment Center in Jeffersonville, the Clark County Health Department confirmed early Monday afternoon. Of these, 10 are Clark County residents.
JEFFERSONVILLE — There were no injuries and minimal damage reported after a fire Thursday afternoon at a Jeffersonville company.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Supreme Court has ruled that the River Ridge Development Authority is not on the hook to pay more than $230,000 in opposing parties’ attorney fees in a civil billboard lawsuit that was dropped in 2018.
JEFFERSONVILLE — More than 100 local jobs will be lost when a design company and manufacturing plant in Jeffersonville closes its doors in August.
NEW ALBANY — Some New Albany residents say they don’t know where they and their neighbors will get groceries when the only grocery in downtown New Albany closes in two weeks.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Several Southern Indiana businesses closed early Sunday night — at least one confirming it was for safety reasons — after days of protests in Louisville and in many other cities in response to recent officer-involved deaths of black residents.
INDIANAPOLIS – The state will use $30 million in federal aid to offer grants to small businesses feeling revenue losses due to the coronavirus pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS – Through the Coronavirus Relief Fund, Indiana will receive $2.4 billion total for virus-related expenditures between March and December of 2020.
ETS Jet Engine Stands Inc., with the assistance of One Southern Indiana, the chamber of commerce and economic development organization for Clark and Floyd counties, will appear virtually before the New Albany City Council on Thursday to discuss the possible purchase of an existing facility a…
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Parks and Recreation department has announced that the Clarksville Cove Family Aquatic Center will not reopen for the 2020 season due to safety precautions for COVID-19.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Applications are being accepted for a multi-agency program offering forgivable loans to small businesses in Jeffersonville affected by COVID-19.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As some Southern Indiana manufacturers prepare to resume or expand operations that may have been limited under statewide restrictions because of COVID-19, local industry leaders offer support and advice on moving forward safely.
CLARK COUNTY — In the nearly six weeks since Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb issued an executive order closing or limiting non-essential businesses due to COVID-19, small, local shops in Jeffersonville have had to adapt — doing things like expanding delivery and curbside service when possible.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Clarksville and Floyd County are among 63 Indiana communities so far to be awarded relief funds for COVID-19.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Redevelopment Commission is taking steps to keep a major development project in motion by creating an online platform for residents to give input.
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…
INDIANAPOLIS — A Marion County judge has issued a temporary restraining order related to some operations of Charlestown roadside zoo Wildlife in Need and its owner Tim Stark.
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.
This Week's Circulars
Paul H. McLean, 80, passed away Thursday, October 22, 2020 at his home. He was a chemical operator for Celanese Coatings and also worked at Falls of the Ohio, Interpretive Center. Paul was a mason, an Eagle Scout and a member of the Scottish Rite. He served in the U.S. Marine Corp. Paul was …
Charles T. Hertzsch III, age 81, passed away Thursday, October 22, 2020, at Clark Memorial Hospital. He was a retired salesman for the Courier Journal. A native of Jeffersonville, IN. and passed exalted ruler of the Jeffersonville Elk's Club. Charles was preceded in death by his parents, Cha…
Wanda Carol Cook, 61, passed away on Saturday, October 24, 2020, at her home. She served in the U.S. Army where she was an Ammunition Specialist. She was a member of Chelsea Church of God. She is survived by her husband John Cook of Corydon, IN; son James B. Leedy of Jeffersonville, IN; brot…
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