The Indiana Department of Transportation plans to pave a 2000-foot section of State Road 48 at Ludlow Hill Wednesday and Thursday, October 22 and 23 during daylight hours.
UPDATE: I-74 is still slow Tuesday afternoon going eastbound due to an accident just east of the Miamitown/State Route 128 exit. The wreck happened at around 11:30 a.m. involving a tanker and a passenger vehicle.
Two exceptional athletes dealing with different fights against cancer met Tuesday morning.
Ripley County voters are reminded they can cast a ballot during early voting at the Ripley County Courthouse in Versailles.
Indiana’s unemployment rate ticked down just a notch in September with the help of nearly 6,000 new manufacturing jobs added during the month.
Due to national restructuring, the Southeastern Indiana Chapter of the American Red Cross, based in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, is undergoing changes.
Indiana’s Bicentennial Commission is supporting the restoration of a local, historic cabin, in Aurora.
A merger between two southeast Indiana banks has been completed.
The Indiana State Department of Health is trying to clear up misconceptions about Ebola with a new telephone hotline.
Changes are coming to Indiana’s food stamp program that could cause about 65,000 Hoosiers to lose their benefits next year.