RENSSELAER — Due to to the amount of kids leaving school due to illness or not showing up at all, the Rensselaer Central School Corporation has announced that students will be in E-Learning the next couple of days.
REMINGTON — Lt. Governor Crouch and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) awarded two Indiana communities a grant to benefit the MainStreet Revitalization Program.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — DeMotte businessman Tim Belstra, of Belstra Milling Co., represented the American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) at the historic signing Jan. 15 of the U.S.-China trade agreement in the White House.
LAFAYETTE — Jasper County native Kimberly (Gilbert) Wright has announced her intention to run for judge of Tippecanoe Superior Court 4 in Lafayette in this year’s election.
RENSSELAER — Citing the discovery of additional information during a three-year investigation by the Jasper County Prosecutor’s Office and the Rensselaer Police Department, Judy Moore, 72, formerly of Rensselaer, will again face a charge of murder of her stepmother.
WHEATFIELD — The campus of White’s Residential Family Services, formerly Christian Haven, in Wheatfield, has sold and will again be a facility for troubled youth.
JASPER COUNTY — Rensselaer Central senior Sarah Mahnesmith has received the 2020 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship for Jasper County.
INDIANAPOLIS — Landlords cannot be held responsible for tenants’ municipal utility bills, Attorney General Curtis Hill said in an advisory opinion issued Tuesday.
RENSSELAER — Rensselaer Central’s athletic department will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the 1995 Bombers’ boys’ basketball team’s sectional championship on Saturday night.
REMINGTON — The Remington Police Department's John Schuezrenhofer presented Officer Mike Powell with an Award of Merit to an officer who he says continues to exhibit outstanding service to the public.
RENSSELAER — Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson released data Monday that shows 23 percent — or 645,458 of the 2,851,245 Hoosiers voters eligible to vote in the Nov. 5, 2019, municipal general election — cast a ballot.
INDIANAPOLIS — Heading into the 62nd Indiana State Fair Queen Pageant, Miss Newton County Devin Hindes was focused on enjoying the experience and making new friendships.
JASPER COUNTY — A Terre Haute man who faces a charge of leaving the scene of an accident resulting in a death asked for a change of venue through his lawyer on Monday.
Off-duty police officers would be allowed to carry handguns while gambling at Indiana casinos under legislation approved Wednesday by a Senate committee.
House Bill 1279, authored by state Rep. Ed Soliday, R-Valparaiso, would give the RDA authority to create a "nonprofit entity" that could "solicit and accept private or public funding" to carry out the RDA's goal to spur projects in the Transit Development Districts that are being created in anticipation of the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District's double-track and West Lake Corridor projects.
FORT WAYNE, Ind., Jan. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --
Public schools across Indiana apparently will not be forced to emblazon the phrase "In God We Trust" on their walls.
A political supporter and co-defendant of former Portage Mayor James Snyder has gotten off with only a fine for bribery.
NEW YORK - Sonny Grosso, the larger-than-life NYPD detective whose fast-and-furious crime-busting with partner Eddie Egan became the basis of the 1971 hit "The French Connection," died Wednesday, a family member confirmed. He was 89. Grosso, who turned Hollywood producer after the spectacular screen retelling of the takedown of a heroin trafficking ring starring Gene Hackman and Roy Scheider, ...
CORVALLIS, Ore. - It was after midnight Monday that Shareef O'Neal tweeted an image of Bart Simpson lying in bed and staring at the ceiling, blinking as if in deep contemplation. The social media missive was sent out several hours after the UCLA redshirt freshman received the dreaded Did Not Play - Coach's Decision designation during the Bruins' home victory over California. It was the fifth ...
WASHINGTON - Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton was among the first senators spotted ordering milk to the Senate chamber for President Donald Trump's impeachment trial Wednesday, and he took small sips to wash down what looked like a Hershey's chocolate bar. This was the second day of the third presidential impeachment trial in U.S. history, and the 100 senators began to search in earnest for comfort ...
MIAMI - Erik Spoelstra was desperate for answers as a 19-point halftime lead dwindled to single digits in the third quarter Wednesday at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Miami Heat dismantled the Washington Wizards for the first 24 minutes, leading by as much as 21, and then the second half arrived. The Wizards cut the lead to 10, so Spoelstra countered with a timeout. They cut the lead down to ...