LOUISVILLE — A New Albany man said he feared for his life after being stopped by Louisville Metro Police Department officers Friday morning.
NEW ALBANY — Testimony given during the second day of sentencing in a fatal Floyd County OWI case shows the defendant’s co-workers had been on the phone with her moments before the crash, and possibly during it.
In partnership with Jeffersonville Township Public Library, the Discover Indiana project announces the release of interpretive stories about the history, culture, and people of Clark County on the web at https://publichistory.iupui.edu/tours/show/49 and https://publichistory.iupui.edu/tours/…
INDIANA — Public health experts are expressing concerns about an Indiana Senate bill that would limit local health department’s abilities to issue emergency health orders.
Community Action of Southern Indiana will host a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic on Tuesday April 13, Wednesday April 14 and Thursday April 15 as previously announced, but CASI said Friday that the clinic will administer the two-shot Moderna vaccine, not the Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccin…
Hey, I’m Pilot and I’m here to take us on some adventures! I was found running the streets with some doggy friends but brought to The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter by someone hoping my owners would come for me. They didn’t. So now I’m trying to sniff out a new family that will love …
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Many local restaurants are struggling to find enough workers, making it difficult to keep up as they see increased business this spring.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Legislature passed a bill Thursday that allows the state to withhold funding to cities that fail to protect public monuments and memorials from vandalism, part of an attempt by Republican lawmakers to deter protests that have elevated since the death of George Floyd.
INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that will allow religious activities to be treated as essential passed Tuesday in the House and Thursday in the Indiana Senate and is now headed to Gov. Eric Holcomb.
INDIANAPOLIS — An amendment to the state budget bill from Indiana Senate Republicans proposed scaling back funding for the private school voucher program and increasing funding for public K-12 schools.
INDIANAPOLIS — The House Elections and Apportionment Committee passed Senate Bill 353 Thursday after amending the bill to remove a provision that would limit the authority to change the “time, place or manner of holding an election’’ — including the loosening of requirements for absentee vot…
NEW ALBANY — Officers first at the scene of a 2020 OWI crash in Floyd County that took the lives of two adults, a child and an unborn baby say they were trying to stop the driver before someone got hurt.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The unemployment rate for the Louisville Metropolitan Statistical Area — which includes Floyd and Clark counties — in February fell to its lowest mark during the pandemic.
I realize I am a bit late with this topic, as the season of Friday fish fries has come and gone. But, it’s always a good time for a fish fry, so I decided to share my recipe with you anyway, especially since those who partook of the fish said it was the best they had ever had. And that came …
Quiche is a savory egg dish usually baked in a crust. This recipe adds a creative twist by baking quiche in individual bell pepper cups. Eggs are a healthy source of protein and make a delicious main dish when cooked with fresh vegetables. This recipe is from the Purdue Extension Dining with…
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Nearly a quarter of Indiana residents age 16 and older are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, state health officials said Wednesday.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A family business in downtown Jeffersonville has served sweets to the community for more than a century, enduring historic events from flooding to pandemics.
INDIANAPOLIS — Thursday is the deadline for all House and Senate committees to vote on bills for this legislative session, meaning bills that are not approved will not move forward.
NEW ALBANY — Two children are in critical condition after a Wednesday crash near State Street in New Albany hospitalized one adult and four children.
INDIANAPOLIS — A bill that would remove the current law that requires a permit from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management for wetland activity was amended and passed unanimously in the House Environmental Affairs Committee Wednesday.
FLOYD COUNTY — Would redeveloping the North Annex site into a Floyd County government center transform Sam Peden Community Park and the surrounding area while also improving how public services are delivered to taxpayers?
CHARLESTOWN — MR3 Development recently entered into a purchase and sale agreement for its first tract of land at the River Ridge Commerce Center, where it plans to build a 210,000-square-foot, cross-dock industrial facility.
NEW ALBANY — Baptist Health Floyd will conduct an outdoor memorial service at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, to mark the one-year anniversary of our fight against COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS — Lawmakers debated House Bill 1309 during its last reading in the Senate Tuesday. Some said the bill doesn’t do enough, while others argued that it’s just a start in the right direction.
INDIANAPOLIS — The House Elections and Apportionment Committee heard testimony Tuesday on an election bill many are comparing to the one passed recently in Georgia. Lawmakers said the bill would create more security when it comes to voting absentee, but there is no proof of significant fraud…
INDIANAPOLIS — State Representative Rita Fleming (D-Jeffersonville) spoke out on the House floor Tuesday against Senate Bill 5 — a piece of legislation restricting local health department action, but the House passed the bill 65-28.
CLARK COUNTY — The Clark County Democratic Party Central Committee announced Tuesday the appointment of Chris Coyle as executive director. In the newly created position, Coyle will assist the party with political strategy, communications, fundraising, and training.
NEW ALBANY — He laughed as he told stories about some of the humorous moments he’d shared with his friend, Mark Seabrook.
NEW ALBANY — Attorneys on both sides of a 2020 fatal Floyd County DUI case that took the lives of two adults, a child and an unborn child are preparing for a two-day sentencing later this week.
NEW ALBANY — The vote largely followed party lines, but the arguments for and against establishing a New Albany Environment and Sustainability Commission hardly held to stereotypes of Democrats or Republicans.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb plans to veto a bill passed by the General Assembly Monday to limit his power during a state of emergency.
INDIANAPOLIS — In 2020, Gov. Eric Holcomb delayed the primary election from May until June and loosened restrictions on absentee voting as Indiana coped with the outbreak of COVID-19.
Baptist Health Floyd will have an outdoor memorial service Wednesday, April 7, at 5:30 p.m., to mark the one-year anniversary of the fight against COVID-19.
NEW ALBANY — Several empty container cars derailed from a westbound freight train Sunday night in New Albany, Police Chief Todd Bailey said in a news release.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Dozens of amendments to bills affecting Indiana environmental policy have sparked debate among lawmakers as the Legislature enters its final stretch of the session.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Southern Indiana continues to see hotel openings during the pandemic, and, although hotels have seen major drops in occupancy rates in the past year, the numbers are climbing back for area hotels.
This Week's Circulars
A look at those lost in January, 2021
Mark Alan Smith, 61 years of age, passed away on April 7, 2021. He was born on March 19, 1960 in New Albany to Charles and Mary Jo Smith. Mark was a 1978 graduate from New Albany High School, retired as a Lieutenant Colonel with 28 years in the Indiana Army National Guard and was a 40 year e…
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