SOUTH BEND – No. 13 Notre Dame controlled every aspect of Saturday’s game through three quarters. Ahead 24-3 early in the fourth quarter, the Fighting Irish looked to be cruising to their fourth win in a row over Southern Cal.
PERU — When the city of Peru purchased the building at 1 S. Broadway in 2017 that had formerly housed an illegal pill mill, the structure was dilapidated, condemned and falling apart.
When a recent project to honor veterans was proposed to city leaders, Gilfoy — now the mayor of Clinton — made sure to include the late Ronald Bapp among the banners now on display throughout the city. “He was just a kid, but he did what he thought was the right thing,” Gilfoy said.
Las Vegas-based Full House Resorts, one of the competitors for the Vigo County casino license, on Thursday said it has signed an agreement with a general contractor for its proposed $250 million casino and hotel property should Full House be selected by the Indiana Gaming Commission.
A Terre Haute man was sentenced Thursday to 70 years in prison in connection with a 2020 arson that resulted in his brother’s death. Samuel E. Haney Jr., 56, said he plans to appeal the sentence set by Judge John Roach in Vigo Superior Court 1.
Despite the limitations of data on Indiana workforce training and characteristics, Yeager outlined a capacity problem in the state, where the majority of Hoosiers live in areas with healthcare worker shortages.
Staff of Hoosier Village Retirement Community in Zionsville were honored with a 10,000 pound limestone sculpture placed in the village at the intersection of Hoosier Village and Cherryleaf drives.
CHARLESTOWN — A historical marker will soon shed light on the life and contributions of a Southern Indiana woman who played an important role in the national women’s suffrage movement.
The Terre Haute Redevelopment Commission on Wednesday heard a proposal from Indianapolis-based WDG Construction Group, which would like to use the old Terre Haute Police Department grounds for a hybrid dorm-apartment complex catering to students, but also allowing young, single professionals to reside there.
Police in Missouri have released a new age-progressed sketch of the man who went on a killing spree across the Midwest almost three decades ago and is believed to be the suspect in two Terre Haute homicides.
INDIANAPOLIS — Some conservative Indiana lawmakers wanting to stymie President Joe Biden’s planned COVID-19 vaccine mandates for private employers are facing skepticism from their own Republic…
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This Week's Circulars
- UPDATE: Two killed, two others seriously hurt in crash near Perkinsville
- Man seriously injured in car-train crash in Anderson
- UPDATE: Shooting was accidental, not life-threatening
- Jail Log: Oct. 21
- Bingham Square owners sold Michigan property for nearly $20 million
- Homeless encampments along White River baffle advocates for the residents, nature
- Anderson woman dies from injuries after being struck by car
- Black Chamber honors 7 local residents
- Anderson woman used isolation to write educational children's book
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