REMINGTON – A point halfway between Indianapolis and Chicago seemed like the perfect place for a Jasper County family to open their newest hotel.
MONTICELLO — The Greater Monticello Chamber of Commerce’s monthly lunch will feature a keynote speaker who knows a thing or two about Indiana tourism.
MONTICELLO — The 2019 Christmas Parade sponsored by the Greater Monticello Chamber of Commerce and White County Visitors Bureau is scheduled for 6 p.m. Dec. 7.
MONTICELLO — Expression through painting provided a Twin Lakes High School junior an opportunity to share her work with the masses in northwest Indiana.
MONTICELLO — When legislators return to the Indiana Statehouse on Nov. 19 for a one-day session to organize for the upcoming General Assembly, they’ll be greeted by thousands of teachers from around the state.
DEMOTTE — Sharon Bailey never expected to be an author, but with encouragement of church friends, she decided to write about her life and how she has overcome chronic illnesses and an abusive childhood.
WHITE COUNTY — Wes Hartwell and Johnathon Redmon recently traveled to Noblesville for the Special Olympics Indiana state conference and attended the State Athlete Input Council.
RENSSELAER — Mark Falahee, of Trane, visited the Jasper County Commissioners to give an update on the progress of a deal to cover a solar farm project that could help supply power to the Jasper County Jail.
WEST LAFAYETTE — A familiar face appeared at Saturday’s Purdue-Nebraska game, and the welcome he received on an otherwise blustery winter-like day couldn’t have been any warmer.
MONTICELLO — The White County Prosecutor’s Office has formally filed charges against a Chesterton couple allegedly involved last summer in an altercation with law enforcement officers during a dispute on Lake Freeman
MONTICELLO — Indiana University Health White Memorial Hospital received a grant earlier this year from the IU Health Foundation to purchase a LUCAS chest compression system for the emergency department.
MONTICELLO — Thanks to Northern Indiana Public Service Company, the relatively new Monticello Fire Station on South Street will serve as a training ground for some of that hands-on learning.
WHITE COUNTY — Officials in Monticello and Wolcott are preparing for the Nov. 5 municipal elections, but early voting has been well under way and will continue up late Monday.
MONTICELLO — Mayoral candidates Matt McKean and Cathy Gross were each peppered with questions Wednesday during the pair’s first joint appearance at a Meet the Candidates event.
OXFORD — The death of a Battle Ground woman found Oct. 30 inside an Oxford home filled with reptiles has been ruled as asphyxiation due to strangulation by a snake.
ROSELAWN — It's been 25 years since the crash of American Airlines 4184 and people who were in the area at the time still recall that Halloween night.
WOLCOTT — Tri-County School Corporation has partnered with Remington and Wolcott park boards, as well as the Remington Wolcott Community Development Corporation, to create artwork on more than a dozen trash cans for the local parks.
MONTICELLO — Volunteers from several churches and area businesses will converge on Monticello United Methodist Church on Nov. 2 in an effort to “Pack Away Hunger.”
MONTICELLO — The White County Prosecutor’s Office has formally filed charges against a Chesterton couple allegedly involved last summer in an altercation with law enforcement officers during a…
From Oct. 28-Nov. 1, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 23 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 682 cases so far this year.
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