This weekend a piece of history will come to life as Newburgh relives moments from the Civil War.
There’s no need to drive to Evansville to battle large crowds in order to see some spectacular fireworks displays this Fourth of July.
Secretary of State Connie Lawson recently launched the Indiana Secretary of State Summer Reading Program. This program is part of her office’s efforts to teach Hoosiers the importance of financial literacy and smart money management.
The City of Boonville is seeking public input to help shape the future of their community through the development of a Comprehensive Plan.
The Indiana Bicentennial Torch Relay will be a 3,200 mile journey with nearly 2,000 torchbearers from each of Indiana’s 92 counties participating. Starting in Corydon on Sept. 9, the route showcases locations of natural beauty, local interest and historic significance to the state.
Thirty-seven children ages 3 to 15 fished for prizes at Chandler Town Park Saturday morning, June 11, during the second annual Free Youth Fishing Tournament, hosted by 4 A Better Chandler, Inc.
Warrick County Community Corrections recently announced the awarding of their annual grant from the Indiana Department of Corrections for the upcoming 2016-2017 fiscal year. Since its establishment in 2000, Warrick County Community Corrections has served Warrick County and its surrounding co…
The Harold Gunn Pavilion in Boonville received some additional brickwork by David Terhone, Justin Cahill, Crayton Petersen, Matt Wilkinson, Jake Meadows, Kevin Russell, DaVon Merric, Robert May, Matt Singer, Brent Banta, Troy Willett, Phillip Newton and Justin Wallace.
As warmer weather approaches, so does the risk of mosquito bites. State health officials are urging Hoosiers to protect themselves against mosquito bites at home and abroad to prevent mosquito-borne diseases, such as West Nile virus and Zika virus.