The Indiana Municipal Power Agency is planning to construct three new solar parks on the east side of Anderson.
The Alexandria clerk-treasurer’s office may have a replacement after all for Democrat Jill Scott, who plans to step down at the end of the year.
A homeless man is accused of entering a home to steal handguns, tools, cash and jewelry and then returned when the owner was present and inquired about renting the property.
The Daleville Community Schools board voted unanimously and without comment in favor of an agreement to close two troubled online schools for which it is authorized.
An area around a historical building at 201 N. Harrison St. has been blocked off after a sheet of board blew off a window of the abandoned second floor.
Within the past week four separate filings were made with the Indiana secretary of state’s office concerning the leadership of Anderson Zion Baptist Church.
Mounted on the wall of Charles Shumate's den is a 157-pound yellow fin tuna, which he caught in the Gulf of Mexico five years ago, and the head of a 1,300-pound elk, which he shot in Wyoming seven years ago.
A dwindling number of police recruits is cause for concern for some law enforcement agencies in Madison County as an aging workforce, salary restrictions and a job that requires its employees to work nights, weekends and holidays mean fewer and fewer qualified people are applying for jobs.
A note passed between two children and confiscated by a teacher led to a man pleading guilty to three counts of child molestation.
A local green-technology company appears poised to add office space and jobs after being acquired by an international company specializing in battery production technology.
In the aftermath of heavy rains over the weekend and Monday in Madison County, flooding has been reported across the area, according to the Madison County Emergency Management Agency.
The board of trustees at Daleville Community Schools is expected to sign off Wednesday on a backroom agreement for the closure of two troubled virtual schools amid enrollment and graduation rate controversies.
Madison County prosecutors are seeking life without parole if a Chesterfield man is convicted of killing a 23-month-old girl last year.
ANDERSON – Charges have been amended against the mother and stepfather of an Elwood toddler who died three days before his second birthday. Both are now charged with murder.
The Alexandria City Council tabled till its July 1 meeting a decision on whether to grant Alexandria Community Schools a fee waiver for $33,000 in construction permits.
This Week's Circulars
- Tate gets life without parole after guilty verdict in murder of 18-month-old Harlan Haines
- Charges against Elwood couple amended to include murder
- Inmate provides evidence against fellow prisoner in murder trial
- UPDATE: Coroner identifies man who died in Elwood fire
- KING OF THE FIGHT: Tigers win 2A baseball championship
- Affidavit: Child molestation discovered after teacher confiscates note
- Anderson cop, son of police chief, placed on unpaid leave after alleged attack on girlfriend
- Black vultures wreaking havoc in Southern Indiana
- Anderson police investigate report of woman stabbed
- Mother testifies toddler did not have injuries the night before his death