As Erv Rockhill filled out his Peace Corps application in 1965, he paused over the question about his marital status before checking “engaged,” much to the surprise of his intended, Lois Rockhill, who had yet to receive a formal proposal amid their whirlwind romance.
In 2001, Anderson native Michael Foster, now 42, packed up his bags and headed for Madagascar to teach English. Though he’d been to France, it was his first experience in the developing world.
Only one thing was missing from the city of Anderson’s annual Black History Month program: the call and response, a historical fixture of the Black church that is common in live programs offered by the Black community.
Two bills authored by state Sen. Tim Lanane dealing with land banks and increasing the responsibilities of legal guardians have passed the Indiana Senate.
Madison County officials are expected to make a decision soon on the reauthorization of a syringe exchange program.
Meridian Health Services will be taking part in the American Dental Association's Give Kids a Smile Day on March 10 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. where they hope to give 300 kids a free dental exam.
Even before the 2020-21 school years started, officials at school districts in Madison County and surrounding communities were aware that COVID-19 would take a special toll on students, especially those isolated at home.
Jenny Chappell, a school based therapist for Aspire Indiana Health, expected to see kids dealing with more anxiety when they returned to the classroom this past fall but was surprised by just how much impact the pandemic had on children's mental health.
Often as Karen Warner drove down the street where she lives in Elwood, she would wave at Michael Jackman, who lives seven blocks away on the same street.
The planned renovation of the Lincolnshire Apartments cleared another hurdle procuring support from the Anderson Economic Development Commission.
A change of location for a proposed satellite voting center in Anderson was discussed during the first of four public hearings on the implementation of vote centers in Madison County.
A rezoning request to open a residential drug rehabilitation clinic at the former Dove Harbor shelter has been denied by the Anderson Plan Commission.
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