NEW ALBANY — The New Albany City Council met virtually Friday afternoon to pass five resolutions relating to the COVID-19 crisis.
CLARKSVILLE — In order to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, the Clarksville Parks and Recreation Department has made the decision to add additional closings within the parks system.
NEW ALBANY — A defendant charged with shooting a man in New Albany Thursday night has died by suicide, police say.
JEFFERSONVILLE — A Jeffersonville woman got a surprise from one of her neighbors this week, a gesture she said is one of the nicest things anyone has ever done.
INDIANA — According to information released Friday by the centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. now has more than 85,000 conformed cases of COVID-19.
Carol Dawson was inspired by a social media post referencing business owners and residents who were putting out messages of hope during the coronavirus pandemic. “It seemed calming,” the Jeffersonville resident wrote to the News and Tribune, “so I put one out on my front porch for my neighbo…
Like the rest of us, you may find yourself cooking more meals at home. A good first step is to check your kitchen for the foods you already have. Using foods you have is an excellent way to save money and use food before it expires.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Stores in Southern Indiana have altered their operations for the safety of both workers and customers during the coronavirus pandemic, including adding visual aids to distance customers and increasing cleaning measures.
NEW ALBANY — A New Albany pilot arrested in January for child exploitation faces a new charge after police say he threatened a witness in his case.
NEW ALBANY — LifeSpan Resources Meals on Wheels program is ready to help community members age 60 and older in Clark, Floyd, Harrison and Scott counties who are experiencing difficulty obtaining food and/or cooking meals during the COVID-19 pandemic.
INDIANA — There are now at least 10 positive cases of COVID-19 in Clark County and seven in Floyd, according to the most recent information from the Indiana State Department of Health.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As Hoosiers face the coronavirus pandemic, people are forced to transition from their usual lives to a period of staying at home.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — As more Hoosiers work from home during the current COVID-19 public health issue, the face of child care is changing for some.
WorkOne Southern Indiana, as well as all WorkOne centers statewide closed effective Tuesday in accordance with the executive order of Gov. Eric Holcomb.
LOUISVILLE — Baptist Health Foundation has created a COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund to support critically needed resources for patients and its healthcare staff across Kentucky and southern Indiana.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — A little over a month ago, a young family from Norfolk, Va., moved to Southern Indiana for a fresh start.
SELLERSBURG — Silver Creek High School students will not attend in-person classes for at least a month as Indiana schools switch to eLearning, but as seniors collected their books and supplies from the school this week, they found notes of encouragement decorating their lockers.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — On Monday, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb issued a statewide order for Hoosiers to stay at home for the next two weeks except for essential activities, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
JEFFERSONVILLE — For the safety of the community and staff and due to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home order, the Jeffersonville Township Public Library (JTPL) is temporarily closed to both patrons and staff until further notice. This closure is for both the Jeffersonville and Clarksville lo…
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Clark County health officials have confirmed one more case of COVID-19, bringing the total as of Wednesday morning to seven.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House and Senate leaders of both major political parties announced agreement early Wednesday on an unprecedented $2 trillion emergency bill to rush sweeping aid to businesses, workers and a health care system slammed by the coronavirus pandemic.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Concerns over the coronavirus’s prolonged impact on American life are causing local political leaders to examine this year’s election process more closely.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — For Clarksville resident John Ferguson, the coronavirus pandemic has put his family in a difficult situation.
Homebound students in American history class at Lawrence North High School in Indianapolis are working on a project. I know this because my granddaughter called, asking if she could interview me about two significant historical events I remember from before she was born.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — Community agencies are looking for new ways to provide shelter to the homeless population amid a statewide order to “stay at home.”
NEW ALBANY — These can be difficult times. People have been laid off, stores are closed and kids are out of school. We have all been told to stay at home as much as possible as COVID-19 spreads throughout the country.
FLOYD COUNTY — The New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp. board of trustees took action Monday to make sure hourly staff will continue to be paid during school closures.
INDIANA — The number of Hoosiers who haves tested positive for COVID-19 has reached 365 with 12 deaths, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
CLARKSVILLE — The Clarksville Parks & Recreation has announced closure of all parks facilities until further notice, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and comply with an order issued Monday by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb, according to a news release.
STARLIGHT — Over the past few days, a local distillery has stepped up to provide hundreds of gallons of hand sanitizer to first responders, healthcare agencies and others in the community.
INDIANAPOLIS – As the country surpassed 33,000 cases and 400 deaths, including the deaths of seven Hoosiers, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb mandated a stay-at-home executive order in an attempt to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
CHARLESTOWN — In accordance with Executive Order 20-08 issued Monday by Gov., Eric Holcomb, the City of Charlestown will comply with the stay-at-home protocols put into place by the state.
INDIANAPOLIS — Beginning Tuesday all state government offices will be closed to in-person public activity until at least April 7, 2020. This closure includes all Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) branches.
SOUTHERN INDIANA — The Clark and Floyd County Health Departments have issued further restrictions on area businesses to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
CLARK COUNTY — A Clark County man is facing multiple charges including attempted murder after police say he fired several shots at another car during a road rage incident.
CLARK COUNTY — Health officials in Clark County have confirmed a sixth COVID-19 case in Clark County, a day after confirming the fifth on Sunday.
NEW ALBANY — One Southern Indiana (1si), the chamber of commerce and economic development organization for Clark and Floyd counties, has launched of 1si Cares!.
INDIANA — Indiana Gov. Holcomb issued a statewide "stay at home" order for all Hoosiers for the next two weeks starting at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday through 11:59 p.m. April 6, to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The Floyd County Health Department has announced the need for the closure of barber shops, salons, spas, tattoo parlors and nail salons. There is a high risk of transmission of COVID-19 with these facilities. The anticipated closure time is two weeks. However, this may change as circumstance…
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Karen Lynn Balmer, 62 years of age passed away on March 24, 2020 in Floyds Knobs, Indiana. She was born on May 24, 1957 in New Albany, Indiana. Karen is survived by her brother, Dave Balmer and his wife Becky, and her Bopsie Twin, Janice Weber. A private family graveside service was held at …
Services are private for Carole Barton and she will be laid to rest at Walnut Ridge Cemetery in Jeffersonville. Leave a message for the family, please visit www.NewcomerKentuckiana.com.
Wanda Lea (Grangier) Goulding, 81, passed away Tuesday, March 24, 2020. The daughter of the late Amiel and Evelyn Drake Grangier, Wanda was born February 26, 1939 in New Albany. She was a banking officer with PNC Bank and retired after 35 years of service and was a member of Our Lady of Perp…
- Three charged with burglary, serious injury in Clark County
- State Health Department reports three new coronavirus cases in Clark County
- POLICE: Man fired shots after Clark County road rage incident
- Local extended stay hotel tenants facing eviction
- Clark, Floyd counties order non-essential public businesses to close at 9 p.m. today
- UPDATE: Clark County COVID-19 cases now at seven
- New Albany shooting suspect found dead by apparent suicide, police say
- Aebersold Florist spreading cheer with free azaleas
- Floyd County Health Department announces need to close hair salons, barber shops
- Local art teacher offers virtual painting classes