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This house at 213 W. 22nd St. in Anderson, and the one in the background, are among more than 70 abandoned homes the city plans to demolish with $1.4 million in federal money it has received.
State provides money to take bite out of blight
The worst-of-the-worst abandoned and uninhabitable residential houses in Anderson, Alexandria and Elwood will soon start tumbling down, say officials in all three cities. Demolition of the houses is being made possible through a federal loan initiative administered by the state called the Blight Elimination Program.
- Elwood schools seek election change
- Company not charged for electricity for five months
- Enjoy football, save lives
- County doctor arrested on drug charges
- State provides money to take bite out of blight
Don Knight | The Herald BulletinQuarterback Andrew Luck passes the ball during Colts Camp practice Friday at AU.
Colts Quick Hits: Saturday, July 26
Notes,news and fun facts from Colts Training Camp at Anderson University.
- Versatility personified: Thomas tries to recapture '13 start
- Riverfield splits pair in regional
- Mathis getting lighter workload as Colts get creative
- Ballard carted off practice field
- Colts Quick Hits: Saturday, July 26
Mounds State Park's Junior Naturalists Day Camp participants enjoy fishing along White River as part of their camp activities.
Mounds camps offer outdoor fun
"Can toads go in the pool?" It's one of the many questions Douglass and other interpretive naturalists received during Naturalists Day Camp, the second of three day camps Mounds Park is offering this summer.
- Verna Davis: Seek peace by turning from evil and doing good
- Church News: July 26
- Mounds camps offer outdoor fun
Editorial: Animal ordinance first step in fighting abuse, cruelty
Laws like Alexandria’s new animal ordinances are a first step toward ending animal abuse and cruelty. Hundreds of scared and hurting animals are waiting for us to take the next one.
- Editorial: County needs preschool funding
- Letter: Dr. David and Kay Mares are local treasures
- Editorial: Animal ordinance first step in fighting abuse, cruelty
Obituaries: July 26
Obituaries for John C. Bowyer, Clayton R. Crumley, Tabitha G. Oliver-Crumley, Norma Louise Edgecomb, J. Terrie Maddox, Rev. Dr. Noah W. Reid Jr., Dallas Victor Shoultz, David A. Smith and Janet Umberger are published in the Saturday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
- Pending obituaries: July 26
- Funerals: July 26
- Clayton R. Crumley
- Tabitha G. Oliver-Crumley
- Obituaries: July 26