Christmas came early this year for Safe Passage, Inc., and several of the families it currently provides services for, thanks to the generous donations from 115 Ripley County-area businesses as well as the many participants and volunteers for the 2013 “Handbags for Hope” fundraiser.
Aurora citizens, especially those with disabilities, are asked to attend a city meeting next month.
Diane H. Laake will be officially commissioned as the new President of Oldenburg Academy of the Immaculate Conception in Oldenburg, Indiana on Sunday, August 4, 2013.
Police conducting a routine parole visit at a Holton home found more than the ex-convict.
A mother is accused of leaving her small child alone in a restaurant while she allegedly did drugs in the bathroom.
Five vehicles were broken into in Batesville recently; some unlocked and others forced into.
For the second consecutive year, Margaret Mary Health has been named one of the U.S.’s best community hospitals.
There is a series of blood drives in our area this week. See when and where.
Cutting enrollment is the way most of Indiana's Head Start programs are dealing with the nearly 5.3 percent in cuts to funding resulting from the federal sequester.
A new oil and natural gas pipeline from Texas to Pennsylvania is being installed across the tri-state.