NEW ALBANY — Two people have been charged in Floyd County after police say they lured a man down an alley, attacked and robbed him.
NEW ALBANY — A jury trial is underway in Floyd County for a New Albany man accused of attempted murder after police say he stabbed his friend in the neck causing serious damage.
NEW ALBANY — Jan Applegate has a special connection to the Floyd County Library for multiple reasons. Her husband was an architect who designed the building, and the year it opened in 1969, she started working in the children's department. It was the first and only job she ever had, and she …
NEW ALBANY — The day in Floyd County Circuit Court started off like any of the other annual swearing-in ceremonies for the county's probation officers.
A song made popular by Andy Williams reminds us that the Christmas season is the most wonderful time of the year. The favorite Christmas classic certainly gives us a bounty of reasons to enjoy the season. From parties for hosting to much mistletoeing, the Christmas holidays give plenty of re…
NEW ALBANY — Karen Kamensek knew she wanted to become a conductor since she was 11 years old, and as a kid, she would often watch broadcasts from New York City's Metropolitan Opera on television.
NEW ALBANY — Sunday, Dec. 7, 1941 is a day that 94-year-old World War II veteran Mel Kahl has never forgotten. He was only 16 years old, and as he was listening to the radio at his Sellersburg home, he was shocked to hear the news that Japanese bombers had attacked the U.S. Naval Base at Pea…
BORDEN – Sixth-grader Lila Little stared, engrossed by pictures showing life just after Dec. 7, 1941, otherwise known as Pearl Harbor.
NEW ALBANY — After months of investigation, police believe the death of a New Albany woman, whose body was found in her home in September, is not a criminal matter.
NEW ALBANY — Local skateboarders itching to test the New Albany Flow Park won't have long to wait — the project is slated to be done by the end of the month and expected to be a big draw for both hometown and touring skaters.
FLOYD COUNTY — Despite pleas from those in attendance at Thursday's meeting, the Floyd County Stormwater Management Board has taken no action in adjusting how it assesses stormwater fees.
JEFFERSONVILLE – MetLife, Inc. and PetFirst Healthcare, LLC (“PetFirst”), a fast-growing pet health insurance administrator based in Jeffersonville, have announced they have entered into a definitive agreement under which MetLife will acquire PetFirst.
SELLERSBURG – When she first applied to make what was then a small, private Christian school into a public, charter school named Rock Creek Community Academy, Principal Sara Hauselman was turned down.
FLOYD COUNTY — Farmers are unhappy with fees being assessed by the county government, and they are now taking the fight to the Floyd County Stormwater Management Board.
JEFFERSONVILLE — For the second year in a row, staff from Clark Memorial Health have donated blessing bags to homeless outreach organization Exit 0, but this year, the gift has nearly tripled.
FLOYD COUNTY — There have been plenty of changes to New Albany High School Theatre Arts' Christmas Mini Musical over the past 65 years, but certain things about the holiday tradition always remain the same. Each year, theater students begin the show with a lively rendition of the lyrics, "Ch…
SELLERSBURG — Sellersburg Police Chief Russ Whelan confirmed Tuesday evening to newsgathering partner WAVE 3 News that the juvenile hit by a vehicle earlier in the day died at Norton Children's Hospital.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A New Albany man is in custody after police say he brandished a stolen gun at another driver while in traffic before crashing his car.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As the world celebrates a global day of giving, Southern Indiana nonprofits are hoping to see a significant boost in donations.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A large-scale senior living center could be coming to an undeveloped section of Jeffersonville in the coming years.
NEW ALBANY — As a local kid growing up in the early 2000s, I always knew the Monon as what sat on the opposite side of the door I wasn't allowed to go through at Hoosier Lanes.
NEW ALBANY — Terry Middleton is a martial arts legend. He is a 10th-degree black belt and a member of the USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame and American Martial Arts Alliance Hall of Fame. And since 1972, he has operated a successful kickboxing/boxing and self-defense school in downtown New Albany.
CHARLESTOWN — The potential creation of a Sanitary Sewer Board by the lame duck Charlestown City Council is being criticized by the city's incoming mayor.
NEW ALBANY — When Cassandra and Dustin Obermark met, they both saw signs that they were meant to be together. Now, married five years, the New Albany couple puts in the work to keep their family strong and full of love.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Small Business Saturday is the biggest day of the year for DADA, a women's clothing boutique in downtown New Albany, and for owner Benjamin Byrn, the day plays an important role in supporting his local business.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — It's the beginning of the holiday season, and the Salvation Army's main fundraising campaign is going into full swing in Southern Indiana.
UPDATE: The missing 14-year-old New Washington teen has been found safe, according to Scottie Maples, with the Clark County Sheriff's Department.
ELIZABETH — When the idea of bringing a casino to Southern Indiana emerged, there was a lot of uncertainty among the local population.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The News and Tribune is once again partnering with New Hope Services to feature Wish Book profiles of local families in need of assistance this Christmas. This year, we're featuring three families, one a day beginning today and on Friday and Saturday. Included with each featur…
NEW ALBANY – A decade of continued student growth is expected to come to New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp., leaving the district to decide what to do, as many buildings already exceed capacity.
NEW ALBANY — Fred Geswein has been involved in cross country and track and field most of his life, as a participant, coach and official. His resume is impressive and there is not much left to be achieved.
JEFFERSONVILLE — After months of inactivity due to a legal dispute, city and project officials have broken ground on Spring Street Commons in downtown Jeffersonville.
This Week's Circulars
MARTIN D. BONNEY, SR, age 70, passed away on Saturday, December 7, 2019, at Clark Memorial Hospital. He worked as a computer programmer for Blue Cross and Humana. He was an entrepreneur at heart, always looking for a problem he could solve or a service he could provide. He started a wedding …
Mass will be December 12, 2019 at 10 a.m. at St. Augustine Catholic Church. Visitation will be 3-8 p.m. on December 11, 2019 at Kraft Funeral Service, Spring Street.
Robert Lee "Bob" Rutkowski, 82, of New Albany, Indiana, passed away on Sunday, December 8, 2019. He was a proud veteran of the U.S. Army and a member of the local VFW's and American Legion. Bob loved playing Bingo and spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren. He was born o…
Visitation will be from 1-3 pm on Saturday, December 21, 2019 with a Memorial Service to follow at 3:00 pm at Kraft Funeral Service, 708 East Spring Street.
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