ANDERSON — Local residents suggested federal American Rescue Plan funds could be used in Anderson to assist the homeless, be leveraged to provide affordable housing and for more activities for city residents.
A lawyer for women who say Indiana’s former attorney general drunkenly groped them argued Thursday that a federal appeals court should allow their lawsuit against the state over his actions to go forward on the grounds that they were state employees. A lower court judge blocked the three women from suing the state for sexual harassment, ruling last year that they worked for the legislative branch and that then-Attorney General Curtis Hill had no employment authority over them despite his elected position as state government’s top lawyer.
Three months after Antonio Wayne Elmore, 56, died from injuries sustained in a three-vehicle accident, a Muncie man initially charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated has now been charged with causing Elmore’s death.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention consider it an outbreak of Legionnaire's disease whenever "two or more people are exposed to Legionella in the same place and get sick at about the same time."
For most of her life, a goal of Cristy Howard was to be an adoptive parent. She and her husband, Peter, recently adopted a 10-year-old boy from Madison County to share the couple’s home on a farm in central Indiana.
Broderick sent his proposal for how the city will spend the funding over the next two years to the Anderson City Council on Tuesday.
A Clinton County judge set aside the decision of the Boone County Board of Zoning Appeals decision to require a special exception for the former Lebanon dump site which the City of Lebanon wants to turn into a competition mountain bike venue.
On Dec. 18 at 1 p.m., volunteers with Turn Away No Longer will head to the John F. Kennedy Bridge of Character in Anderson to hang out coats, hats and gloves for anyone who needs them.
The state launched a new study to reevaluate how to alter the intersections to meet INDOT’s long-term goal of turning U.S. 31 into a free-flowing highway with no traffic lights.
In 2015, a big yellow bulldozer was sent to 800 N. 16th St. to knock over a house that clearly had seen better days.
Shane Reasoner II was the first person to report that he had sexual contact with a third-grader and that he had provided alcohol to a 10-year-old.
ELWOOD — The parents of a 3-month-old boy are accused of neglect after the child was taken to Elwood’s St. Vincent Mercy Hospital with a fractured leg Monday afternoon.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s top medical groups pleaded Tuesday for more people to get COVID-19 vaccine shots as the state is in the midst of a new surge of infections and hospitalizations.
A new statewide initiative aiming to make Hoosiers more aware of resources available to improve their health could provide substantive benefits to Madison County residents.
The meeting is set for Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Anderson Impact Center, 630 Nichol Avenue and is being hosted by the Community Lens of Anderson, Madison County S.U.R.E. (Stand Up for Racial Equity), Gathering of the Queens, Black Nurses Association of Anderson and Project Growcery.
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