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CHALMERS — At least one White County school system has finalized plans to return to class for the upcoming academic year.

It may seem silly to offer advice on how to properly water a garden, but experienced gardeners will tell you, there is more to it than one might think.

WHITE COUNTY — Holding or using a cell phone while driving will be illegal, according to one of several new Indiana laws that go into effect July 1.

REMINGTON — The owners of Smith Transport/Smith Transport Warehouse LLC, a Pennsylvania-based transportation and logistics company, have announced plans to construct a new distribution facility in Remington.

MONTICELLO — Any tension felt prior to Thursday’s “Rally for Change” event at the White County Building gazebo quickly melted away when people began gathering on Constitution Plaza to share in the message, “Black Lives Matter.”

Rugies Dugout, Monticello is open for carry-out and delivery to an expanded area from 11 a.m.- 9 p.m. The saloon is open for delivery from 11 a.m.-9 p.m. (574) 297-5658.

INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Commission for Higher Education, in partnership with Indiana Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), awarded $135,190 to 11 college, university and community partners to support the high school graduating students of 2020 as they…

MUNCIE — Restoring the Wabash River to its pre-industrial state by using a toolbox of modern conservation applications would serve as an example for states and even some nations to fix their large waterways, says a Ball State University researcher.

INDIANAPOLIS — A majority of Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicle branches will be closed Saturday, July 4, in observance of the Independence Day holiday.

INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric J. Holcomb unveiled the Indiana COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program, which will use $25 million in federal CARES Act funding to help Hoosiers struggling to pay rent due to the impact of COVID-19.

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MONTICELLO — A large crowd greeted new Indiana Beach owner Gene Staples early Friday morning as the 94-year-old amusement and water park resort re-opened its doors for the first time this season.

From March 9-13, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 13 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 174 cases so far this year. They include two misdemeanors, five case-related fil…

WASHINGTON - The White House plans to ask Congress to earmark money in the next stimulus bill for scholarship programs for private and religious schools, which the administration is promoting as a way to help families affected by COVID-19 pay their children's tuition this fall. President Donald Trump will ask for a "one-time, emergency appropriation" for a new grant proposal, according to an ...

As the U.S. reopens, Americans aren't much interested in going out and spending. A survey of 2,200 U.S. adults shows how COVID-19 has dramatically changed behavior in the world's biggest economy, potentially for the long haul. The data flashes warning signs for the recovery, showing waning interest in public events and material things, like appliances and clothes, and a new austerity, ...

Saturday's scoreboard reads three Miami Heat players have now tested positive for the Coronavirus and four Miami Marlins player have. That's the analytics of sports that matter now. No one's even pretending sports return to America as the diversion they typically are in times of crisis. They're simply another reminder of the world in which we now live. It's not just the "bubble" some sports ...

MINNEAPOLIS - Over the past three years, five different judges in Hennepin County have ruled that Corcoran, Minn., police officer Cody Vojacek conducted unlawful searches, leading to the dismissal of six criminal cases. In a February hearing on the most recent case, when asked under oath if he had adjusted his methods based on the courts' repeated rebuffs, Vojacek was unequivocal that he had ...