INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — With at least 31 positive cases of the coronavirus reported in Indiana schools since buildings began reopening in late July, district leaders, teachers and parents are pressuring state officials to identify benchmarks for what would require schools to go back online as co…
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Thirteen more Indiana residents have died from COVID-19 and the state has recorded more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases for the third straight day, state health officials said Saturday.
BEDMINSTER, N.J. (AP) — Bypassing Congress, President Donald Trump on Saturday signed executive orders deferring payroll taxes for some Americans and extending unemployment benefits after negotiations on a new coronavirus rescue package collapsed.
CHARLESTOWN — A Greater Clark County elementary school has announced an additional positive COVID-19 case on Saturday, according to WAVE 3 News.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s unemployment insurance trust fund will be depleted in September if Hoosiers continue seeking assistance for joblessness at the current pace due to the coronavirus pandemic, a state official says.
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.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A group of Hoosiers gathered virtually this week to push for extended unemployment benefits and share their own experiences with unemployment amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
We love grilled chicken, more specifically grilled boneless and skinless chicken breast. I’ll agree it’s not so exciting, but if we plan things correctly and grill four or five breasts on the weekend, we have lunches that Liz and I can take to work as well as a couple quick and easy dinners.
INDIANAPOLIS – For their role in preserving Stream Cliff Farm outside Commiskey, in Jennings County, Betty and Gerald Manning won the 2020 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation, presented by Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau.
NEW ALBANY — Beginning Friday, Aug. 7, tenants in Clark and Floyd counties will be able to get free legal services related to housing questions and legal information about their specific landlord/tenant issues.
NEW ALBANY — New Albany resident Michelle Haycraft relies on public transportation to get groceries, to get to work, to get her husband to doctor’s appointments.
CLARKSVILLE — A zoning change that will allow for the construction of a supportive housing facility for homeless people is moving forward with a favorable recommendation despite pleas from several Claysburg residents.
While staying home more, give your taste buds a trip to Italy with mouthwatering Bruschetta (brew-sket-tah). It is a toasted or grilled bread, sometimes topped with veggies or fruit, which makes a delicious snack, appetizer, or the base for a main dish. Serve alone or top Bruschetta with a m…
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Scottsburg-based farmer Doug Krieger said that in more than two decades of selling at Southern Indiana farmers markets, he’s never had a year like this one.
CHARLESTOWN — Someone at Charlestown Middle School has tested positive for COVID-19, the school confirmed in a news release Wednesday afternoon.
INDIANAPOLIS — A Clarksville man is facing more than 20 federal charges after investigators say he scammed investors out of more than $1 million.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A nationally recognized real estate developer has agreed to purchase its first tract of land at the River Ridge Commerce Center, where it plans to build a Class A industrial building that could bring hundreds of jobs to the region.
CLARKSVILLE — Students will begin classes at Clarksville Community Schools this week, but after their first day back to school, they will be learning from home for a couple of weeks.
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.
SELLERSBURG — A student at Rock Creek Community Academy in Sellersburg has tested positive for COVID-19, the school administration confirmed Tuesday.
INDIANA — There have now been 69,255 cases of COVID-19 identified in Indiana since March 1, with 836 of those cases added to the total Tuesday by the state department of health.
LOUISVILLE — Thorntons is now requiring customers at all its stores to wear face coverings even if there isn't a local executive order in place. Over the last several months, Thorntons has implemented preventative measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19, including requiring face coverin…
NEW ALBANY — The Community Foundation of Southern Indiana has announced the 2020-2021 board of directors and has appointed Lisa Brones Huber as chairperson. Huber will succeed outgoing chairperson, David Hussung.
CHARLESTOWN — A class at Pleasant Ridge Elementary School in Charlestown is quarantining for two weeks after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
Systemwide, across its eight hospitals, physician offices, and other provider and outpatient locations, Baptist Health has passed the 100,000 mark in testing for COVID-19.
INDIANA — There now have been 68,433 cases of COVID-19 identified in Indiana since March 1 with 582 of those cases added to the total Monday by the state department of health.
LANESVILLE — A Harrison County high school has reported three new COVID-19 cases days after their return back to school Wednesday, WAVE 3 News reports.
CLARK COUNTY — A New Washington High School student has tested positive for COVID-19, Clark County Health Officer Dr. Eric Yazel confirmed Saturday.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) today announced that 989 additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with COVID-19 through testing at ISDH, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and private laboratories. That brings to 67,122 the total number of Indian…
JEFFERSONVILLE — What passed as a breeze on a smoldering summer afternoon brought with it an odor of sewage from a nearby treatment plant.
SELLERSBURG — Ivy Tech Community College in Sellersburg is providing free workforce certification programs with funding from the state’s Workforce Ready Grant.
This Week's Circulars
Robert Lee Minter, age 76, passed away Wednesday, August 5, 2020. Robert was born November 2, 1943 to the late Clarence and Roxie Johnson Minter. He was an Air Force Veteran of Vietnam War, former employee of K & I Railroad, former proprietor of Orlando Pizza in Marengo and retired secur…
Celebration of Life: 2 PM Sunday August 9, 2020: Oak Street Chapel of Naville & Seabrook Funeral Homes. Visitation: 12 Noon - 2 PM Sunday. Full obit: email@example.com.
- HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Long-time Clarksville coach Dennis Hawkins passes away
- Rock Creek student tests positive for COVID-19
- Clarksville man faces federal charges for wire fraud
- Early 1800s farm in Jennings County wins rural preservation award
- UPDATE: Road reopened after Clark County train collision
- Union Restaurant & GameYard close to completion in downtown Jeffersonville
- Charlestown man arrested on multiple drug charges
- Eighth Street in New Albany closed at North Y
- Two local restaurants close temporarily due to COVID-19 cases
- Pleasant Ridge Elementary reports additional COVID-19 case, shifts to online learning next week