As prices for seemingly every kind of food continue to rise, officials at Community Hospital Anderson see the expansion of their Community Farm as providing an important resource to residents.
Many of those participating in a fundraising walk for First Choice for Women Saturday said the rhetorical noise from politicians and activists on both sides of the abortion issue is drowning out an important message.
More than 40 classic car owners had their prized possessions on display along Meridian Street on Saturday during the Little 500 Festival Hot Rod and Classic Car Show.
Unified Group Services’ appearance on the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s statewide “Best Places to Work” list is a product of “an extreme desire to have a very positive culture and atmosphere for employees to be appreciated,” according to president and CEO Rich Mousty.
In the middle of one of the most worker-centric job markets in decades, teens — especially those looking for full-time work for the first time — have the luxury of being more selective about experiencing what many see as a common rite of passage into adulthood.
The frenetic pace of sports wagering slowed in April compared to the first quarter of the year, but Indiana’s sportsbooks — including The Book at Harrah’s Hoosier Park Racing & Casino — still enjoyed a robust month compared to last year, when pandemic-related restrictions were still a factor in the postponement or cancellation of many events.
Animal control officials were summoned to a duplex Tuesday to remove at least a dozen cats from an apartment they found in “deplorable” condition.
A recent report which found that nearly three-quarters of Indiana’s waterways are unsafe for recreational use raises valid concerns, but some environmental advocates say it lacks important context.
The Young Eagles program, forced into a two-year hiatus by the COVID-19 pandemic, returned Saturday, with five planes in a rotation giving 15-minute rides across the skies of Madison County.