SOUTHERN INDIANA — The Salvation Army in Southern Indiana will host a back to school clothing giveaway for families with students in pre-K through college living in Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Washington counties.
NEW ALBANY — It’s tranquil inside the Holy Trinity Cemetery on Friday morning, with the only discernible sounds coming from the backhoe that’s parked near what appears to be an undisturbed portion of the property.
FLOYD COUNTY — Scott Stewart defined it as a “two-horse race” for the future headquarters of Floyd County government operations, as choices are being narrowed down with a facilities recommendation expected in September.
CLARKSVILLE — The Town of Clarksville is investing in the health and safety of current and future residents by getting ahead of growing heat and climate issues in the area.
LOUISVILLE — After a six-week trial, a federal jury has convicted a Southern Indiana doctor, nurse practitioner and health practice on multiple counts including conspiracy to distribute controlled substances and health care fraud.
Here’s Fred! Coming to the New Albany Floyd County Animal Shelter as a stray with the rest of the Scooby Doo Gang, Fred is the last of the litter! It is a real mystery that he hasn’t found a forever home yet! He is a very confident and social boy without a care in the world! At almost three …
INDIANAPOLIS — Two legal organizations are seeking to stop Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb from dropping out of the federal program providing an extra $300 in weekly payments to unemployed workers and other programs that expanded unemployment benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — Three Indiana teachers unions have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to block a new state law that would require educators to renew requests every year for automatic paycheck deductions of union dues.
NEW ALBANY — Resolutions recognizing LGBTQ+ Pride Month and Juneteenth were unanimously approved Thursday by the New Albany City Council.
BLOOMINGDALE — A small earthquake centered in western Indiana rattled parts of Indiana and adjacent states Thursday afternoon, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A two-day panel meant to foster meaningful dialogue on race, inclusion, diversity and equity in Southern Indiana kicked off Thursday, but those involved say it’s a discussion that needs to carry on beyond this space.
NEW ALBANY — A local business is serving freshly-baked goods ranging from Swedish-style cardamom buns to focaccia bread doubling as edible works of art.
NEW ALBANY — Juneteenth garnered the national spotlight this week after Congress approved a bill making it a federal holiday.
The first recipe I am sharing with you today is one that will most likely be prepared entirely indoors, although you could cook the bacon in a cast iron skillet outside on your grill. Why? You eliminate grease splatter.
The Our Southern Indiana Regional Development Authority (RDA) has issued a call for projects for communities and nonprofits to participate in the Regional Economic Acceleration + Development Initiative (READI) program.
NEW ALBANY — New Albany-Floyd County is moving forward with plans for a primary care center at New Albany High School.
FLOYD COUNTY — By next spring, Floyd County intends to add another 150 parking spots at Kevin Hammersmith Memorial Park.
The New Albany Housing Authority hosted the School’s Out Scream & Shout Street Fair on Tuesday evening at the Parkview campus.
NEW ALBANY — There are many reasons for choosing a hospital. Reputation and its ability to provide exceptional care are at the top of the list.
NEW ALBANY — Police are investigating the disappearance of Roberta Good, 40, of New Albany, who was last seen Tuesday at 1 p.m.
NEW ALBANY — A U.S. District Court judge has ordered the former proprietor of Charlestown’s Wildlife in Need to pay nearly $734,000 in attorney’s fees to PETA, which brought the civil case.
FLOYD COUNTY — New Albany-Floyd County Schools is providing several additional stipends for staff members and increasing starting pay for classified employees.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — More than 3,000 trapping hobbyists and professionals from across the nation will convene at the 2021 Fur Takers of America conference June 17-19 at the Clark County Fairgrounds.
NEW ALBANY — Just after noon Tuesday, the drive-thru line at Chick-fil-A zigs and zags through the parking lot off State Street in New Albany as hungry motorists await their opportunity to place an order at the popular fast food chain.
A true “2021 style” picture of the members of the Community Montessori Class of 2021 was taken during its Senior Day celebration on campus in late May. The outstanding 30 young adults accomplished much throughout a challenging year. With a strong dual-credit program at the school, 90% of thi…
NEW ALBANY — A former Harrison County officer who pleaded guilty in Floyd County last week to child exploitation and voyeurism has died by apparent suicide, investigators have confirmed.
NEW ALBANY — A local artist has transformed a room at the Carnegie Center for Art and History into a community-focused space for creative expression.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana legislators scrambled in the final days of their session to make decisions on spending the state’s $3 billion share of the $350 billion in federal coronavirus relief money approved this year for state and local governments.
INDIANAPOLIS — Schools are taking action helping students to recover the learning they might have lost this academic year due to COVID-19 with $122 million in funding so far.
FLOYD COUNTY — New Albany Floyd County is among the local school districts seeing a spike in summer school enrollment as schools focus on learning loss recovery.
FLOYD COUNTY — Instead of placing a ballot into a bin for poll workers to sort, Floyd County voters will feed a receipt into a machine for tabulation if the 156 new voting machines requested are purchased.
This year, with increasing numbers of Hoosiers being fully vaccinated and a growing sense that the worst of the pandemic has passed, Indiana State Parks officials expect business to boom again.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Pumpers, an original hand-drawn chemical engine and a truck that became known internationally due to its role in responding to the 1937 Ohio River flood are just a few of the historic pieces on display at the Vintage Fire Museum.
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