Cuts to be implemented in three phases — roughly over three years — must still be approved by the Vigo County School Corp. board, with the next meetings set for Nov. 4 and Dec. 9.
The Fly-In Cafe at Terre Haute Regional Airport will close as of Oct. 31. “We do not feel we failed at this in any way, shape or form,” partner Jesie Gallion said of the restaurant experience. “We put our heart and soul into the company. Just not enough people came to support us.”
NEW ALBANY — For Avshalom "Avshi" Weinstein and his father, Amnon Weinstein, their restoration of violins has been their way of preserving the stories of Jewish musicians who faced the horrors of the Holocaust.
JEFFERSONVILLE — Although the sale of Haven House, Southern Indiana's only homeless shelter, is up to a month away, future owners are already laying groundwork to continue and improve services to homeless in the community, including seeking solutions to permanent supportive housing.
It’s a sad statement to have to write, but a true one. Many of our Indiana rivers are now far from pristine streams they once were. Due to pollution, run off from fields, and a multitude of other reasons, these rivers that once ran clear and free of man’s degradation are now a mess.
SOUTH BEND — The way Brian Kelly and his Notre Dame coaching staff handle a bye week changed a little bit this year thanks to advanced analytics.
A political action committee advocating for a new casino in Terre Haute on Monday presented a February 2019 study on gaming in Indiana that projects a Terre Haute casino would have a one-time $80 million impact from construction alone.
Across Indiana, harvest of corn and soybeans is running about two weeks behind last year. And, after an odd growing year and a trade war, farmers are hoping for some recovery in prices.
The debate on trade and automation was on prime display during the Democratic presidential debate last week. There is a lot packed into this discussion, from trade policy and taxation of capital to the role of place-based economic development efforts and the design of pre-K, high school and college curricula. My colleagues and I at Ball State have written widely on these issues, and I am familiar with the technical details that underlie this debate. It isn’t going away, so it is good to focus on facts and risks, not hunches and soundbites.
Email marketing is still considered one of the best digital marketing strategies available. People check their email. It’s simpler, cheaper, and can be less involved than content and social media marketing. With an average ROI of $38 for every $1 spent, it’s also more profitable than many other types of digital advertising. As such, many small and medium sized-businesses are using email as part of their overall digital marketing plans.
Without the Parke County Covered Bridge Festival, and the tourism dollars it brings to the local economy, keeping up with the demands of a state historical district would be near impossible, Bridgeton business owners say.
One of the nation's leading campaign finance and First Amendment attorneys — a Terre Haute native who still has an office here — is going to work for President Donald Trump's campaign. James Bopp Jr. confirmed Friday that he has been retained by the campaign to re-elect President Donald Trump
Defense attorneys for former Vigo County schools superintendent Danny Tanoos have filed their final brief before the Indiana Court of Appeals regarding their mid-case challenge of bribery charges against the longtime educator.
This Week's Circulars
- Police: Anderson man accused of killing 'longtime' friend
- Anderson man accused of robbing woman, who was then dragged by a car
- Outlaws come to Anderson
- Police: Man ties up customers, employees during armed robbery
- Police: Elwood teen accused of sexual misconduct with minor
- Changes coming to Athletic Park
- Woman found in ditch with child charged with neglect
- Newco disputes claims from opponents of Element 13 aluminum remelting project
- Police: Man attempts to escape facility, attacks officer
- Program at Frankton pairs students for friendship