RENSSELAER — Rensselaer Central will open its virtual enrollment window for the second semester beginning Nov. 23.
MOROCCO — The United States Environmental Protection Agency has extended the deadline for public comments and will be holding a public virtual (online) hearing regarding Republic Services’ two permit applications for underground injection wells at the Newton County Landfill.
JASPER COUNTY — An investigation by Jasper County Sheriff’s Department deputies into an incident involving strangulation and battery led to the arrest of a Kentucky man in the evening hours of Nov. 15.
JASPER COUNTY — In response to the rising spread of COVID-19, Jasper Circuit Court Judge John D. Potter has announced changes to court procedures to maximize safety for lawyers and litigants coming to court.
KENTLAND — A pair of brief special meetings took place Nov. 13 for the Kentland Town Council and the Kentland Conservancy Board (which is comprised of the three town council members).
JASPER COUNTY — The Jasper County Extension Office’s new Health and Human Sciences educator is ready to expand her horizons in her new position.
RENSSELAER — Each holiday season the Rensselaer Library staff invites local organizations to adopt a tree and compete for the best-dressed entry in the annual Christmas Tree Walk.
CHALMERS — The Frontier School Corporation Office and the junior/senior high school went on lockdown early Tuesday morning after a shooting occurred at the corner of Main Street and Indiana 43 in downtown Chalmers.
RENSSELAER — Ceres Solutions and CountryMark on Friday announced a USDA grant that allows the companies to bring E15, an ethanol blend of fuel, to Rensselaer.
DEMOTTE — The Taco Bell residents have watched going up, has opened, with a ribbon cutting Saturday morning. The restaurant opened at 10 a.m. and will be open seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m.
JASPER COUNTY — The monthly round table Zoom meeting hosted by the Jasper County Economic Development Organization and the Jasper Newton Foundation focused on COVID in the county. Speakers were Commissioner Kendell Culp, Franciscan Health Rensselaer COO Carlos Vasquez and Dr. Stevan Vukovich…
The Indiana Department of Health has designated Jasper County an Orange County. To allow spectators to attend athletic events at school facilities, the Rensselaer Central Athletic Department and administration have several expectations of fans. Please do your part by following these restrict…
RENSSELAER — At least for now, the Saint Joseph’s College Board of Trustees rejected alumni member Mark Zwartynski’s proposal to breathe life back into the entire campus, particularly the college’s dormant buildings.
WEST LAFAYETTE – Pearls have long been favored as objects of beauty. Now, Purdue University innovators are using the gem to provide potential new opportunities for spectral information processing that can be applied to spectroscopy in biomedical and military applications.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Briony Horgan grew up in Portland, Ore., where, enjoying the mountains and volcanoes that surrounded the region, she developed a love of geology.
MONTICELLO — A White County judge issued a temporary injunction last month that forces the White County Commissioners to pay for outside attorneys that provided guidance for the county clerk and elections board during the primary and general election cycles.
WEST LAFAYETTE — Since the emerald ash borer’s introduction to the United States at the beginning of the 21st century, forest ecologists and government officials have striven to stem its destruction of ash forests.
JASPER COUNTY — An investigation by Jasper County Sheriff’s Department deputies into an incident involving strangulation and battery led to the arrest of a Kentucky man in the evening hours of…
People should plan for longer travel times and expect possible hazards on their morning commute Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service said.
(The Center Square) – As if Indiana’s Department of Workforce Development hasn’t been under enough pressure since the COVID-19 pandemic began, now more and more fraudulent unemployment claims are being filed, according to Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill.
TF South student Cam Sanchez and his sponsors distributed 100 boxes of fixings for Thanksgiving dinners last week to Lansing area elementary and middle schools, as well as TF South High School.
ATLANTA — Social networks are banning them and government agencies and watchdog groups have called them domestic terrorists. But extremist groups still have a vibrant internet life thanks to online retailers. Looking for a book evangelizing the baseless and far-out QAnon conspiracy theory? Amazon has a variety of titles. How about a T-shirt with the Three Percenters militia logo? Custom shirt ...
Note: We are continuing to review theatrical film releases during the COVID-19 pandemic, though please be aware that indoor moviegoing does carry risk during this time. Please follow every health and safety guideline outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as guidelines provided by local health officials in your area. It's been a while since the 2013 animated ...
FRESNO, Calif. — More than 54,000 U.S.-born children in California have Salvadoran and Honduran parents who are in the country under Temporary Protected Status, a program in limbo as the Trump administration seeks to end it. Families facing uncertainty worry what will happen to their children if parents are deported, according to attorneys who spoke with The Fresno Bee. "A logical consequence ...
This is the story of another coronavirus tragedy foretold. At the end of October, during a road trip to north Florida, I began to double mask. The anti-maskers, the mask danglers — and the geniuses who wear them below their noses and under their chins — ruled the scene everywhere, except hospitals and doctors' offices. From service plazas on the turnpike and rest stops on I-95 to the aisles of ...