Long before the COVID-19 pandemic, Rep. Susan Brooks was working to prepare for the crisis.
ANDERSON — Police plan to arrest a man after he is released from a hospital where he is being treated for an infection.
Scrolling through Elwood native John Davis’ Facebook page, there are lots of photos of him working out and preparing healthy meals. But that all changed on Tuesday with one post.
The United Way of Madison County has launched a COVID-19 relief fund to meet the immediate and long-term needs of those economically impacted by the coronavirus outbreak in Madison County.
Indiana's DNR is reminding Hoosiers that Gov. Eric Holcomb's executive order allows for outdoor activity as long as social distancing guidelines are followed.
Gov. Eric Holcomb recently signed into law legislation authored by Sen. Mike Gaskill that changes how positions are filled on county planning commissions.
One inmate in the Madison County Jail has been tested for the COVID-19 and four employees at the jail have been quarantined by their doctors after showing symptoms of the virus, Sheriff Scott Mellinger said.
An English teacher is accused of having sex multiple times with one of her students during the school’s fall break, sending him about 150 messages through a social media application and offering to take him to professional basketball games.
As the parents of three young children, Nick and Jamie Lupaschuk are accustomed to a certain amount of chaos in their daily lives. But they, like many others, are dealing with a unique set of uncertainties as they await the birth of their fourth child in early May.
Beckisue Knight realized the extent to which the coronavirus pandemic would affect her plans for giving birth when she got a call from her doctor’s office last week.
The day after a sweeping executive order by Indiana's governor to stay at home, traffic was heavy, parking lots full and the city’s parks were hopping with people in Anderson.
Anderson Community Schools will be back in session Monday after two weeks of spring break. But, unlike most years, there will be no lectures in the classrooms, giggles on playgrounds or hum of students talking in the cafeteria.
With the status of the upcoming primary remaining an unknown as a result of the COVID-19 virus, local residents are being encouraged to cast absentee ballots.
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This Week's Circulars
- Mother charged with murder of 11-month-old daughter said she tried to warm her up in bath before taking her to hospital
- 19-year-old accused of stabbing sister with scissors
- Madison County dealing with nonessential business openings; fines could follow warnings
- Frankton man first from Madison County to die of COVID-19
- Authorities charge second person with murder in death of 11-month-old girl
- Second coronavirus case in Madison County
- Madison County inmate tested for COVID-19
- Madison County reporting three new COVID-19 cases
- Local distillery brews up hand sanitizer and gives it away to community during shortage
- Warrant issued for woman accused of child neglect