INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana will receive $21 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) Railroad Crossing Elimination (RCE) Grant Program to reduce train-vehicle collisions and blocked crossings. The Biden-Harris administration announced funding for 6…
INDIANAPOLIS — A program funding disabled child access to private schools and other specialized resources is open for enrollment through September 1, State Treasurer Daniel Elliott’s office announced Friday.
INDIANAPOLIS — Satisfaction rates for Hoosier Medicaid recipients trail behind the national average, with many delaying necessary medical care as low reimbursement rates disincentivize providers from accepting the coverage.
Indiana has been dubbed the Crossroads of America, where our communities are united by basketball. Just ask the fine Hoosiers from Hickory.
I can’t be the only one out there who is looking forward to a second Joe Biden vs. Donald Trump race for president about as much as cleaning my toilet.
In a recent advisory opinion, the Indiana Supreme Court Disciplinary Commission doubled down on expectations that public officials and government lawyers avoid potential conflicts when moving between public and private service, or when moving from one government agency to another.
WARRICK — If you’ve ever considered becoming a firefighter, come and talk with some of the firefighters and officials with the Ohio Township Fire Department on Saturday, June 10 at the Paradise station on 2400 Old Plank Rd. between 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
BOONVILLE — Scales Lake Park in Boonville has received a new donation of a miniature horse for its petting zoo in honor of a local child who tragically passed away in early March.
WARRICK COUNTY — Warrick Bucks continues to surpass expectations by officials.
I don’t know about you, but I struggle staying in a routine and making summertime with my kids as meaningful as it can be. Join me this summer in planning while also not being afraid to be a “spur of the moment” parent! Here are just a few ideas you can use to plan out a summer of fun in advance.
BOONVILLE — Douglas A. Barnes, 55, of Boonville, Ind., passed away on Friday, May 26, 2023.
NEWBURGH — The Newburgh Chandler Public Library has partnered with the Town of Newburgh’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee to bring you All Together Now. As part of the Summer Reading Program, the Downtown Newburgh Branch and Newburgh Town Hall will be holding this family friendly event to …
Despite Congress’ failure to enact a national privacy law, several states have implemented their own privacy rules. Just this year, five states — including Indiana — have enacted their own law.
In recent weeks there have been a few articles directed at the recently concluded legislative session regarding the system of alcohol distribution in Indiana. As is always the case, those pushing a one-sided perspective only offer their side of the story.
The Suzanne Crouch I have covered for more than a decade has never really been about politics — she has been about moving the state forward. That’s why the Suzanne Crouch running for governor has given me a bit of whiplash.
LEXINGTON, KY — More than 1,820 undergraduate students have qualified for the Spring 2023 College of Arts & Sciences Dean’s List at the University of Kentucky. Among them are:
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