Bryce Crane, chair of Lincoln High School’s social studies department, hopes he never faces another school year as challenging as this past one.
When Rachel Spalding, the chief nursing officer at Good Samaritan, went to her fellow nurses and asked how, in these rather strange times, they wanted to spend Nurses Week, their response was somewhat surprising.
INDIANAPOLIS — Eager to raise Indiana’s lagging vaccination rate, state health officials have announced that residents aged 12 and older are now eligible to receive the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine.
When local Republican Party leaders went to Mary Crismore and asked if she would consider taking the District 1 county council seat previously held by her husband, she was overwhelmed.
Vincennes resident Brad Crouch went before members of the city council on Monday to ask for help in dealing with dozens of stray and feral cats in his neighborhood.
The Pantheon Theatre on May 16 will celebrate its 100th anniversary, and officials with the new co-working space now housed within its hallowed halls have created a week’s worth events to mark the historic occasion.
After receiving widespread support from local elected officials, members of the Knox County Election Board asked for public input on a possible transition to vote centers.
Upon turning 70 years young in April, local artist John DeCoursey decided to celebrate by unveiling 70 new pieces art for a First Friday exhibit at the Northwest Territory Art Guild.
The county can likely spend $27 million on an expansion to the Knox County Jail, members of a committee aimed at forging a path forward learned from financial advisors on Tuesday.
After months of delays, the Knox County Solid Waste Management District this week took a a signifiant step toward the purchase of its own property.