INDIANAPOLIS – More than 15,000 teachers flooded the Indiana Statehouse today, demanding change and more funding for public schools.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Some residents of a quiet Henryville road are not happy following a vote by the Clark County Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday to rezone a nearby agricultural area for business usage.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Cylicron, LLC, a Jeffersonville industrial roller and cylinder manufacturer, hopes to establish a new company at its Maritime Road facility, which would create 15 jobs that pay an average of $22 an hour.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A couple times a month, Jim and Donna Costin visit Schimpff’s Confectionery in downtown Jeffersonville to eat at the candy shop’s deli.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Dollar General continues to make shopping easier and more convenient for customers in Jeffersonville with the grand opening of its newly-relocated store at 1914 E 10th. St. on Saturday, July 22, beginning at 8 a.m., a submitted Dollar General news release stated.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Hub Café, a Jeffersonville restaurant known for its roti, is ready for a new kingdom after almost two years ruling the west side of 10th Street.
DETROIT — Indiana will get nearly $1 million in a multi-state agreement with Hyundai Motor Co. and Kia Motors Corp. settling an investigation into fuel economy ratings.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Nu-Yale Cleaners, a Jeffersonville-based business, couldn’t afford to bump up some of its drivers’ salaries after the U.S. Department of Labor announced it was changing the Fair Labor Standards Act in May, said Debbie Bowen, a human resources manager for the business.
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June 2021 Obituaries
Shirley Coriell Yochem, 70, entered eternal life on Monday, September 27, 2021 at Clark Memorial Health. She was born to the late Dale and Anna Coriell in New Albany on December 11, 1950. Shirley worked at St. John Paul II Catholic School. She enjoyed quilting and baking but her most cherish…
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