Above, Suzanne Santo performed at Live at the Falls Saturday night. The event was a fundraiser for the Falls of the Ohio Foundation. Santo performed songs that were a mix of Americana, Southern gothic soul and forward-thinking rock and roll. Right, Cedric Burnside entertained the crowd with …
NEW ALBANY — Two more New Albany Police Department officers resigned last month after being placed on administrative leave, records obtained by the News and Tribune show.
NEW ALBANY — The city council shared differing views on whether the elected body should get raises at its budget meetings this month, and the idea was tabled until the year before the next election.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A city classic, Steamboat Nights, will return to Big Four Station Park on Friday and Saturday, with a glow night including a silent disco, a balloon glimmer and other glow-in-the dark festivities.
INDIANAPOLIS — Critics assailed the proposed new Indiana congressional and legislative districts on Monday as rigged in favor of Republicans and diluting the influence of minority voters.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The Regional Development Authority (RDA) is set to submit an application to the state on Tuesday requesting a portion of $500 million being offered statewide to promote strategic investments.
Tagalong was brought to The New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter with her siblings, all named after Girl Scout Cookies. But she’s the last of her litter to find a forever home. Tagalong is around 5 months old and ready to find a family that will love her for who she is and give her the tim…
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A civil lawsuit has been filed against a New Albany police officer charged in July with two counts of voyeurism for secretly filming two females changing in a business operated by his wife.
FRANKFORT — While Kentucky’s prolonged surge of COVID-19 cases has shown signs of leveling off, overstressed hospitals can’t sustain the current pace of seriously ill virus patients, Gov. Andy Beshear said Thursday as he pleaded with people to take preventive steps.
FLOYD COUNTY — Representatives of Floyd County Little League asked the Floyd County Commissioners at Tuesday’s meeting for a partnership to help improve the quality of the two parks that make up the league.
NEW ALBANY — Indiana University Southeast has expanded its campus food pantry to further meet the needs of students facing food insecurity.
NEW ALBANY — Friends of Town Clock Church will receive $7,500 through endowment funds to restore a gasolier light fixture that once served as the centerpiece of the sanctuary.
Diane Stepro of the Jeffersonville Public Library shared that the Jeffersonville Township Public Library has several new genealogical titles, including three related to Fort Jefferson at Clarksville, Kentucky, a short-lived Revolutionary Era outpost at the confluence of the Ohio and the Miss…
The U.S. moved a step closer Wednesday to offering booster doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to senior citizens and others at high risk from the virus as the Food and Drug Administration signed off on the targeted use of extra shots.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana House added a proposed Senate redistricting map to a bill that already included proposed House and congressional maps on a mostly partisan vote Wednesday.
FLOYD COUNTY — Several layout options for the transition of the City-County Building to a judicial center were presented to the Floyd County Commissioners on Tuesday, though no formal recommendation was made.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — While Clark County and Floyd County saw fewer cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, three additional deaths were reported.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A redistricting map unveiled Tuesday splinters Floyd County’s state Senate representation and disrupts the plans of two Republicans who had already declared their intentions to run in 2022.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A family-owned staffing company with a presence in 11 states has opened its 29th location in Jeffersonville, with hopes of helping to help support workforce needs as new companies continue to relocate in the city.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A man who was recently sentenced in Clark County for possession of child pornography has been transferred to Floyd County to face a child molestation charge.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Local health officials said that they are prepared to provide vaccinations for children and and booster shots for those vaccinated as soon as they are given the go-ahead on a state and federal level.
The Indiana House and congressional district maps moved through the House chamber on first reading Monday, with 63 representatives voting to move the maps to second reading against 30 "no" votes. The maps are combined in one bill, HB 1581, and had passed through the House Elections and Apportionment committee Monday morning on a 9-4 party-line vote.
CHARLESTOWN — Duke Energy announced Monday that a Charlestown property inside River Ridge Commerce Center will be included in its 2021 Site Readiness Program.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — He died Sunday after a long battle with cancer, but State Rep. Steve Davisson’s impact on health issues lives on, as helping others receive adequate medical treatment was an effort the Salem Republican championed through the last days of his life.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb is asking Hoosiers to donate new clothing, powdered baby formula and other items for thousands of Afghan evacuees temporarily housed at Camp Atterbury.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s largest hospital system says more than 100 workers are no longer employed with the health network after they did not comply with its mandate for all employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
INDIANA — Although she has multiple roles, new Indiana Secretary of State Holli Sullivan said her top priority in this office is maintaining what she said is Indiana’s stellar reputation with election integrity, security and transparency.
FLOYDS KNOBS — Though not a novel idea, what doctors Dan Eichenberger and D. Mark Bickers have planned is unique for Floyd County.
In today's top headlines we have a look into the efforts from officials at the Louisville Zoo to provide some of their animals with a uniquely formulated Covid-19 vaccine for animals. We also hear from those involved with the Origin Park project on their efforts to preserve the habitat of bi…
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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…
- Floyd County Readers' Choice
- Jeffersonville pastor charged with sex with minor in Allen County
- Records show two more New Albany police officers quit after being placed on leave
- Rose-Hulman freshman dies from injuries suffered in Saturday accident
- Clark County Sheriff's Office mourns passing of deputy
- Indiana National Guard deployed to support staff at Clark Memorial Health
- Senate redistricting would reshape Southern Indiana representation, affect 2022 races
- New Indiana program aims to provide stable internet connection across the state
- Floyd County Little League seeks help to improve facilities
- Sentenced in pornography case, defendant now faces child molestation charge