MONTICELLO — The Shafer & Freeman Lakes Environmental Conservation Corporation is conducting two fundraisers this summer to help raise money for the large quantity of bass bought to drop into the lakes.
MONTICELLO — The biggest fundraiser of the year is approaching for a local gardening club — a rain-or-shine walk around Monticello’s gardens.
MONTICELLO — It was double the delight for the Monon Fire Department’s Fire Engine Pull team Saturday afternoon as it won both the overall competition and the yearly traveling trophy from the Sprint of Monticello event.
MONTICELLO — About one in five Americans struggle with mental illness, according to statistics from the National Institute of Mental Health.
MONTICELLO — The city will be asking for requests for proposals on two abandoned houses it is taking possession of this month.
MERRILLVILLE — NIPSCO is accepting applications for a grant to support local nonprofit organizations who provide public safety education and training across northern Indiana.
WOLCOTT — The sixth phase of the wind farms in southwest White County is complete and had its ribbon cutting Tuesday, with notable people attending the event at Tri-County Junior-Senior High School.
RENSSELAER — This year’s Purple Tie Dinner, a benefit for St. Joseph’s College scheduled for late July, has been moved back to campus.
WOLCOTT — A combination of deputies from the Jasper County and White County sheriff’s departments participated in an active-shooter threat assessment training this week at Tri-County Junior/Senior High School.
NEWTON COUNTY — The ongoing investigation into the alleged animal abuse at Fair Oaks Farms that was made public by a series of videos released online has uncovered new information in regards to the actions of Animal Recovery Mission (ARM).
MONTICELLO — While veterans and their families are riding the Madam Carroll in Monticello’s annual Honor Our Veterans boat parade, some much-younger residents will be participating in a parade of their own at the nearby city park.
MONTICELLO — Twin Lakes has two changes in administration for the coming school year, the naming of the first assistant superintendent in nine years and the move of the Meadowlawn Elementary School principal to Eastlawn Elementary in Burnettsville.
MONON — The North White School Board has directed its president to move forward with plans for school improvements instead of dividing them up into multiple plans.
BROOKSTON — Four juniors from Frontier High School are attending the American Legion Hoosier Boys State (June 16-22) on the campus of Trine University.
INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb on Thursday ceremonially signed into law legislation authored by state Rep. Sharon Negele (R-Attica) commemorating 100 years of women’s right to vote.
MONTICELLO — The woman involved in the stealing of two cars and assorted items earlier this year pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to one count of burglary, according to her lawyer.
JASPER COUNTY — A Remington woman was arrested last week on charges that she stole a large sum of money from a local truck stop cash register.
In the past week, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 11 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 338 cases so far this year.
LOS ANGELES - George Tyndall, the former University of Southern California campus gynecologist accused of sexual misconduct against hundreds of patients, was arrested Wednesday by the Los Angeles Police Department, according to his lawyers. Tyndall was taken into custody outside his apartment, his attorney Andy Flier said. Tyndall faces sexual abuse charges related to 16 patients, according to ...
In what may be the harshest enforcement order yet against a clinic pitching unproven and potentially harmful stem cell "treatments," a federal judge has ordered a Florida-based stem cell firm to cease offering the treatments or face thousands of dollars in fines. Judge Ursula Ungaro of Miami also ordered the firm, Florida-based U.S. Stem Cell, to submit to twice-annual inspections of its ...
STAMFORD, Conn. - In his first public comment since the disappearance of his estranged wife, Jennifer Farber Dulos, Fotis Dulos said his children are "constantly" on his mind and he loves and misses them. The comments came after a contentious hearing Wednesday in the case of the custody of the five children, who range in age from 8 and 13 years old, at family court in Stamford. The hearing ...
NEW YORK - The National Rifle Association's embattled top lobbyist has resigned after being accused of seeking to overthrown the group's leader, a person familiar with the matter said. Chris Cox, the NRA's No. 2 official and its liaison to elected officials, has served in the role since 2002. He oversaw the $33 million budget of the NRA's Institute for Legislative Action and co-chairs ...