Anderson police officers will provide security for Madison County Health Department's new location to administer the coronavirus vaccine.
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Each February I used to grow what I called a 60-degree beard. It was my own stupid, uncharitable spin on No-Shave November. On Feb. 1, I’d stop shaving, and I wouldn’t pick up a razor again until the temperature touched 60 degrees.
In The Herald Bulletin's daily online poll, a vast gap in opinions about Donald Trump appears whenever we've posed a question about his comments, policies, actions or behavior.
A few years ago, the Bowen Center for Public Affairs' annual Hoosier Survey asked Indiana residents about taxpayers funding vouchers for students to attend private and charter schools.
ANDERSON — The Madison County Council has approved the transfer of $2 million of CARES Act funding to the county’s general fund.
I'm writing this column four hours before the start of Super Bowl LV, so I have no idea what the outcome of the game will be. But I can tell you this, Colts fans won't feel good about either the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the Kansas City Chiefs winning.
Sometimes you just can’t stop a good thing. That’s the way it was with The Herald Bulletin’s Empty Stocking Fund over the holidays.
The Duke Energy Foundation on Wednesday presented a $10,000 check to the Terre Haute Children's Museum.
For the second consecutive year, state Sen. Mike Gaskill, R-Pendleton, has introduced legislation to allocate the 1% food and beverage tax revenues by township, with the Madison County Council to determine how the funds will be distributed.
ANDERSON — A last-minute contribution of $3,000 helped push The Herald Bulletin’s Empty Stocking Fund to $25,251.07, more than $10,000 over th…