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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana State Fair won’t happen in 2020 because of the COVID-19 health emergency, the Indiana State Fair Commission and Indiana State Fair Board announced Thursday.

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FRANCESVILLE — The Indiana Department of Transportation has created a new traffic configuration for the intersection of U.S. 421 and Indiana 14 in Francesville, near West Central High School.

MONTICELLO — The Mayor’s Advisory Council for the ADA has canceled one of its biggest fundraisers of the year, as well as its summer meetings, due to the COVID-19 health emergency.

INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric Holcomb announced several new economic recovery initiatives designed to bolster critical relief efforts while encouraging long-term planning and investments to stimulate Indiana’s economy well into the future.

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WHITE COUNTY — The Indiana Department of Transportation announces lane closures for U.S. 24 from County Road 300 East to Railroad Street in Monticello beginning June 8.

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.

LAFAYETTE — Ivy Tech Community College Lafayette and eight additional colleges in the Community College Alliance for Agriculture Advancement (C2A3) will receive $529,924.48 over the course of the next four years as part of a cooperative agreement issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture …

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…

From March 2-6, the White County Prosecutor’s Office filed 15 cases related to criminal matters for a total of 161 cases so far this year. They include 10 misdemeanors, three case-related fili…

As dentists and doctors offices begin to open for routine, preventative care appointments, some may be concerned about how safe it is for a visit. If you're one of those people in need of a physical or teeth cleaning, experts have shared some advice on what to do with NPR. Aimee Palumbo, an epidemiologist at Temple University, says people should consider their health status when pondering ...

It figures to be a very different kind of summer this time around. Though the calendar - and weather - indicate that it's time to embrace some outdoorsy fun, many of us will still be spending plenty of time close to home. Fortunately, television programmers are providing lots of new content to keep us occupied, including a fresh take on "Perry Mason," a rousing performance of "Hamilton," a ...

There are a lot of reasons why this successful basketball coach hasn't gotten a better job at a big ACC school. Some are shouted. Some are only whispered. How he builds his program, for one thing. People are open about that. Lots of transfers. Lots of kids from junior colleges. ACC programs recruit blue-chip freshmen. This coach has found success - has been forced to find success - by working ...

PHILADELPHIA - As the Philadelphia area moves toward reopening after weeks of stay-at-home orders to contain the spread of COVID-19, one thing is clear: this summer will look much different than in years passed. Though we will soon be lifting many restrictions, our routines will still be disrupted in all sorts of ways, and there is much we don't know about the future. Will there be a second ...