NEW ALBANY – Prosser is hoping to help break barriers, showing young women that they can seek a career in male-dominated fields.
INDIANAPOLIS — The second of three men charged with a May 1 fight in Indianapolis which led to the shooting of two judges has filed a plea agreement.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Early voting started last Tuesday in Indiana, but it is off to a slow start in Clark and Floyd counties, according to the county clerks' offices.
NEW ALBANY — Dating back to the Industrial Revolution, much of the United States' economic strength has been built on the back of the manufacturing industry.
CLARKSVILLE — A dispute into overtime pay for Clarksville police officers spanning the past five years has been settled, with an agreement in place to make sure compensation is appropriate moving forward.
CLARKSVILLE — A new facility is committed to addressing the need for mental health services for the area's senior population.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A man accused of robbing a Jeffersonville restaurant at gunpoint last week is in custody and is expected to appear in court Thursday.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — More than a month after a mistrial was called in a five-year-old Clark County murder case and a new jury unable to be seated due to pretrial publicity, attorneys have chosen a new county to select jurors for Joseph Oberhansley's case.
CLARK COUNTY — Beginning Saturday lanes between MM 8.78 and MM 12.8 in both directions of SR 265 will be closed for road maintenance. Motorists can expect single lane closures in either direction every Saturday and Sunday through Nov. 10 in various locations. Closures will begin at 6 a.m. on…
CHARLESTOWN – An online post demanding a Charlestown mayoral candidate withdraw or be embarrassed publicly is gathering attention.
JEFFERSONVILLE – Rising like the dough of his famed pizza, Papa John’s founder John Schnatter will have his name back in his hometown, with the naming of the baseball facility at Jeffersonville High School.
CLARKSVILLE — The Town of Clarksville has taken a major step toward redevelopment in South Clarksville by approving the purchase of the former Marathon property on Center Street.
CLARK COUNTY — A civil lawsuit filed by homeowners of a Charlestown neighborhood against the city is headed to trial next month, after a judge denied summary judgement last week.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Two civil lawsuits related to a man convicted of molesting 20 children have been settled by all parties, with five other cases headed for mediation.
LOUISVILLE — Perhaps nothing is more representative of the barbaric capabilities of mankind than the extermination of six million Jewish people during the Holocaust.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — During the afternoon and evening hours of Oct. 10, the Sellersburg Post All Crimes Policing (ACP) squad conducted two separate drug investigations resulting in two arrests for dealing in methamphetamine, according to an Indiana State Police release.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Three Southern Indiana judges are facing disciplinary charges following an investigation by the Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications into a May 1 incident in Indianapolis.
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 Jeffersonville forum featuring city candidates for mayor, clerk and city council attracted at least 77 attendees, including 14 candidates, but a number of office-seekers were absent.
NEW ALBANY — A federal class action lawsuit is pending against the companies responsible for tolling three of the five bridges that span the Ohio River between Indiana and Louisville.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Investigators say a Borden man is responsible for purposely setting a house fire in July in Jeffersonville that killed a dog.
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.
NEW ALBANY — A new eatery is now offering Southern Indiana residents tasty dishes, but that invitation comes with a warning — the food might make you "smack yo' mama."
NEW ALBANY — A trial date has been set for the reopened federal case of a man who pleaded guilty in 1992 to carrying a gun while committing a crime of violence, when police say he placed a pipe bomb under an officer's car.
SELLERSBURG — Preliminary results of an autopsy performed Tuesday on a 2-year-old child involved in a scooter accident point to blunt force trauma, police say.
JEFFERSONVILLE — The Jeffersonville Fraternal Order of Police has issued a statement in which it calls recent community criticism of a new police hire an "unfair attack."
CLARKSVILLE — Change is on its way to the Brown's Station Way corridor, and Clarksville officials are looking for community input on how to shape the area.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Jeffersonville's Spring Hill EnVision Center was created to provide opportunities and a safe haven for local kids and families, and with a new classification from the federal government, the city expects to see plenty of growth at the recently-opened facility.
JEFFERSONVILLE – Officials from One Southern Indiana (1si), the chamber of commerce and economic development organization for Clark and Floyd counties, in coordination with the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC), announced Amatrol Inc.’s interest in expanding operations at its c…
NEW ALBANY — When I've had family and friends visit New Albany in the past, one thing has always come up — there are a lot of dead people here.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana runs on the power of manufacturing and, with thousands of jobs in that field unfilled, many are left wondering if the remaining companies now scrambling will move, taking their business, and Indiana’s economy, with them.
NEW ALBANY — New Albany's charitable pay-it-forward pizzeria will soon have a new home in the center of downtown, where it hopes to expand its outreach to community members in need.
The boil water advisory for the Town of Sellersburg has been isolated to the following streets: Commerce Park Drive, Greenleaf Road, Hauss Avenue, Lincoln Boulevard, Lisa Avenue, Maple Street, Michigan Street, New Albany Street, Oak Street, Popp Avenue, Riley Street, St. Paul Street, Schelle…
JEFFERSONVILLE — In a display case at Spring Hill Elementary School, a miniature cityscape features towering skyscrapers and vehicles constructed of glue and paper. But it's not just a typical city scene — if you look closely, you'll also find tanks and "Star Wars" replica ships.
This Week's Circulars
Martha Ann (Dittmeier) Wigginton, 89, passed away October 14. Visitation, Saturday, 3-8 p.m., Sunday, 9-10 a.m., service immediately following at Naville & Funeral Home, Market Street, New Albany.
Michael Simms passed away August 30, 2019. He is survived by his son Steven Simms and grandchildren Eli and Oliver Simms. A celebration of life will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Fraternal Order of the Eagles, 113 W Maple St, Jeffersonville.
- UPDATE: Commission files misconduct charges against three Southern Indiana judges
- Online 'threat' directed at Charlestown mayoral candidate
- UPDATE: No students injured following I-265 bus accident in New Albany
- New eatery making mouths water in New Albany
- Papa John's founder donation accepted for JHS baseball field
- Separate investigations lead to two Southern Indiana drug arrests
- Local representatives urge INDOT not to close Sherman Minton
- Geriatric psychiatric facility to offer in-patient services in Clarksville
- Eichenberger stepping down at Baptist Floyd
- American Health Network breaks ground on New Albany medical building