WOLCOTT — Despite COVID-19 fears, the Wolcott Main Street Committee is moving forward with its “Town Wide Yard Sale and Market Street Sidewalk Sale” at the end of month

REMINGTON — After initially postponing the annual Wine- A-Rita 5k Fun Run/Walk in May, the Remington Wolcott Community Development Corporation and Carpenter Creek Cellars have decided to cancel the event in its entirety.

JASPER COUNTY — With many new laws effective this month, state Reps. Don Lehe (R-Brookston) and Sharon Negele (R-Attica) said several important changes support Hoosier teachers, farmers, assault survivors and patients.

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RENSSELAER — When a group of college students organized a Black Lives Matter rally outside the Jasper County Courthouse in June, they were afforded the chance to speak out against the injustices facing African Americans in the U.S.

DeMOTTE — The organizers of the annual Rotary Ramble held out for as long as possible before deciding to cancel this year’s race, but ultimately they ran out of time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CHICAGO, Aug. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- North American Van Lines, Inc., one of the world's largest moving companies, is honored to rank highest in average satisfaction for household goods moving among all leading national full-service moving companies per the 26(th) Annual Nationwide Relocating Employee Survey© (2020 Results) by Trippel Survey & Research. The annual survey measures the satisfaction of employees moving within the U.S. with relocation services, including household goods moving.

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INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Indiana has been working tirelessly to get more Hoosiers the career training needed to succeed in the 21st century. And a global pandemic isn't slowing their efforts.

BEIRUT - Before the mass explosion that rocked Lebanon on Tuesday, many thought the country had already hit rock bottom. Beirut had begun to resemble the scene of a dystopian film. Thanks to a deepening economic and currency crisis that has led to shortages of essential items including fuel, the streetlights were off. With government-provided electricity coming sometimes only a couple of hours ...

ORLANDO, Fla. - Ben Simmons is sidelined with a subluxation of his left knee cap. The 76ers forward suffered the injury in Wednesday's game against the Washington Wizards and is considering treatment options. The team said further updates will be provided as appropriate. Simmons left in the third quarter of the Sixers' 107-98 win and did not return. An initial MRI Wednesday showed that he ...

Q: My tenant is not allowing me in his unit to perform maintenance even after I gave plenty of notice. What should I do? – Rita Q: My condo board is not approving my buyer because they do not allow emotional support animals. What should I do? – Sam Q: Our community has an owner who will not stop running a business out of his apartment, which is against the rules. What should we do? - Selma A: ...

With less than three months before the annual celebration of all things ghoulish and creepy, many Halloween festivities have either been canceled or will be dramatically altered out of fear of the nation's biggest terror: COVID-19. The likely results: A drop in orders for trick-or-treat candies and Halloween costumes and the loss of big crowds and hefty revenues at theme parks that host ...