Kathy Cubellis, of Fort Wayne, put her arms around a white mini-fridge and swung it into place against the wall before wiping down the red microwave in the Dunn Hall dorm room her sons will share at Anderson University.
“Remember the universal concept of righty tighty lefty loosey,” said Alexandria-Monroe Library Youth Services Manager Brad Sowinski as he looked to satisfy children’s curiosity about how things work.
The city’s job training program will resume next month with slightly modified curriculum and enhanced criteria for applicants to the program, economic development officials told a gathering of business representatives at Flagship East Thursday morning.
A jury trial is underway for a Michigan man accused of raping a confidential informant during a controlled drug buy.
The average Hoosier school counselor has nearly double the workload recommended by the American School Counselor Association, bearing the responsibility for 497 students.
Efforts to reestablish a business corridor on the city’s north side are expected to receive a boost with the announcement of a new owner for the former Pay Less building on Broadway.
Authorities say gunfire in the 1600 block of Fairview Street struck two teens Tuesday. They now hope the public can help provide more information on the case.
When Levi Crusmire checked his business's Facebook page Friday, he was surprised by a local teacher's critical post related to the death of Crusmire's 15-year-old son.
Alexandria Police Chief Matt Ellis has confirmed that his department is conducting an investigation of an assault Tuesday on a student at Alexandria-Monroe Jr.-Sr. High School.
New warnings about a rare tickborne disease have emerged after an environmental health investigation in a neighboring state revealed the presence of the disease in a tick that is commonly found in the Hoosier state.
Countywide development impact fees, countywide infrastructure and green space were the big issues on the minds of Pendleton residents Tuesday as officials from the Madison County Council of Governments asked them for their opinion on a draft comprehensive plan.
When Becky and Brad Gregory contacted a vendor to request transcripts for their daughter, Ann, so she could spend her senior year at Muncie Central High School with her friends, they were told they couldn’t be released because it was Indiana Virtual School that paid them.
Editor's note: This story has been revised to correct Orman's age and to clarify that the various spellings of his last name are not necessarily attributable to him.
Joshua James Steele said Monday that he's sorry for taking Jalynn Harman’s life and that he'll have to live with the memory of that night for the rest of his life.
This Week's Circulars
- Anderson shooting under investigation
- New manufacturing company coming to Anderson's north side
- Teacher comment following Anderson student's death causes social media uproar
- Police can't rule out sexual orientation as reason for assault on student
- Editorial: Pendleton Town Council violated public's trust
- Motorcyclist dies in single-vehicle accident
- Mother devastated by 911 calls about son's fiery crash
- Family, friends share memories of unborn twins' mother
- Sheriff seeks information on hit-and-run that injured 16-year-old bicyclist
- Anderson mayoral campaign heating up