Indiana Local News Wire

The Collegiate Commons has put together a local news aggregator for Indiana to make keeping up with local news and events easier.

East-Central Indiana

Wayne County Info

  • Five schools in Wayne, Henry, Randolph and Union counties showed off their fine arts knowledge at the state level.  One won a championship, while other local teams placed second and third.  After several local and regional competitions earlier this year, teams competed May 4 at the Indiana Academic Super Bowl State Finals on Purdue University’s […]
  • Richmond took a step toward demolition of the former Elder-Beerman building and adjoining skywalk. The city’s Board of Public Works and Safety approved 3-0 during its May 16 meeting a contract with American Structurepoint Inc. of Indianapolis for architectural and engineering design services that prepare a demolition bid package and demolition cost estimates. American Structurepoint […]
  • Not wanting to miss out on a new local funding source to reduce blight, Cambridge City asks residents to report potentially unsafe homes that might need demolition.  Town officials will apply through Economic Development Corp. of Wayne County for a new county blight elimination program before July 1.  During town council’s May 13 meeting, President […]
  • Economic Development Corp. of Wayne County (EDC) recognized five companies for their investments and two community partnerships as part of its annual meeting.  The five businesses are collectively investing a total of $420M in Wayne County and plan to create 184 new full-time jobs.  The companies, their investments and job creation projections are:  About 130 […]
  • The Hagerstown Tigers, the undefeated regular season Tri-Eastern Conference champions, backed it up by winning the TEC tournament by eight strokes over their nearest competitor on Saturday, May 18, at the Memorial Park Golf Course in New Castle. In a golf match, five players compete for each team and the four lowest scores are used […]

Western Wayne News

  • Five schools in Wayne, Henry, Randolph and Union counties showed off their fine arts knowledge at the state level.  One won a championship, while other local teams placed second and third.  After several local and regional competitions earlier this year, teams competed May 4 at the Indiana Academic Super Bowl State Finals on Purdue University’s […]
  • Richmond took a step toward demolition of the former Elder-Beerman building and adjoining skywalk. The city’s Board of Public Works and Safety approved 3-0 during its May 16 meeting a contract with American Structurepoint Inc. of Indianapolis for architectural and engineering design services that prepare a demolition bid package and demolition cost estimates. American Structurepoint […]
  • Not wanting to miss out on a new local funding source to reduce blight, Cambridge City asks residents to report potentially unsafe homes that might need demolition.  Town officials will apply through Economic Development Corp. of Wayne County for a new county blight elimination program before July 1.  During town council’s May 13 meeting, President […]
  • Economic Development Corp. of Wayne County (EDC) recognized five companies for their investments and two community partnerships as part of its annual meeting.  The five businesses are collectively investing a total of $420M in Wayne County and plan to create 184 new full-time jobs.  The companies, their investments and job creation projections are:  About 130 […]
  • The Hagerstown Tigers, the undefeated regular season Tri-Eastern Conference champions, backed it up by winning the TEC tournament by eight strokes over their nearest competitor on Saturday, May 18, at the Memorial Park Golf Course in New Castle. In a golf match, five players compete for each team and the four lowest scores are used […]
  • After competition of the preliminary rounds played on the Lincoln courts on Saturday, May 11, the final round matches for the Tri-Eastern Conference championships to be played Monday, May 13, were set.  Regular-season champions Centerville led the tournament, entering the championship round with 32 points and qualifying Makenna Hartman at No. 1 singles, Kylar Marshall at […]
  • Helen Griffith, a 90-year-old Army veteran, has watched Centerville’s veterans’ parade, but had never walked or ridden in it. Thus, she was very surprised to be named a grand marshal, along with Air Force veterans Erica and William White. Contributions of the area’s many veterans were celebrated during Saturday’s parade on Armed Forces Day.    Helen […]
  • All 22 Northeastern High School students who qualified for the national archery championship in Florida are planning to compete with their team.  That means fundraising is now beginning in earnest for the June 6-8 event in Daytona Beach, Florida.  Coach Brian Richmond said the team will learn its competition schedule this week and then can […]

Southeast Indiana

WRBI

  • Judy Kay Jones was born on June 20, 1944, in Convington, Kentucky, a daughter to Ed and Vonell (Albright) Evans. She worked for Eastman Kodak Company, Copy Products Division for over 30 years, rising through […]
  • Florence Henerietta Lunsford, of Brookville, was born on September 23, 1936, in Brookville, a daughter to Ohmer and Verena Schwegman Kunkel.  She married Ralph Lunsford on September 13, 1958, at St. Peter’s Catholic Church and […]
  • James A. Hyde, 91, of Brookville, passed away May 22, 2024 at St. Andrews Health Campus in Batesville, Indiana where he has resided the last three years.  Jim was born December 21, 1932 on a […]
  • The North Decatur Charger softball squad is sporting an 11 & 9 record heading into regional play, having dispatched rival Jac-Cen-Del for the Class 1A Sectional 60 championship Thursday, 5-4.  The Chargers’ first tournament game […]
  • Melissa L. Holcomb-Moore, 49, Westport, passed away at 7:15. a.m. on Friday, May 24, 2024, at her residence. She was born on May 27, 1974, in Columbus, the daughter of Boyd W. & Margaret E. […]
  • It is with sadness that we announce the passing of our precious baby girl Haven Leigh Siebert, who was born and passed away on May 22, 2024. Though her time with us was heartbreakingly short, […]
  • (St. Leon, IN) – East Central High School’s Tom Black has been named the Indiana Association of School Principals (IASP) District 10 High School Principal of the Year. Black and other district Principals of the […]
  • Rachel Ann Wilgenbusch, 35 years old of Lawrenceburg, passed away Saturday, May 18, 2024. A graduate of East Central High School, Rachel grew up in Yorkville as the oldest of four children born to Sharon […]

WTRE

  • MARIE MENCHHOFER, FNP-C Decatur County Memorial Hospital announces the addition of board-certified Marie Menchhofer,FNP-C, to the Family Medicine team at Tree City Medical Partners, where she will offer primarycare to patients of all ages. Marie […]
  • Melissa L. Holcomb-Moore, 49, Westport, passed away at 7:15. a.m. on Friday, May 24, 2024, at her residence. She was born on May 27, 1974, in Columbus, the daughter of Boyd W. & Margaret E. […]
  • From Athletic Director Scott Johnson North Decatur will host Indianapolis Lutheran in the IHSAA Softball Regional #30 this upcoming Tuesday, May 28th at 6 p.m.  The game will be played on our regular home diamond […]
  • Merrill Wayne Smith, 71, went to be with the Lord on May 22, 2024. He was surrounded by family at Franciscan Hospital in Indianapolis, IN. Merrill was born on April 1st, 1953, at the Henry […]
  • From Wes Anderson at Greensburg Senior Emarie Jackson earned a regional championship in both shot put and discus, winning both events at Tuesday’s girls track regional at Shelbyville High School. Junior Olivia Grimes also qualified […]
  • Greensburg Youth Empowerment, Inc. is a non-profit organization focused on educating youth and young adults ages 5-20 through outdoor skills, first aid awareness, science and technology, and community, national, and world citizenship awareness. The mission […]
  • The Decatur County Council met on May 21, 2024, at 9 am.  The meeting began with the approval of the April meeting minutes. The Council approved Additionals & Transfers.  At 9:05 a.m. the Public Hearing […]
  • Adian Paul Doherty, 19, passed away on Friday, May 17, 2024, at his home in Greensburg. Adian was born on February 28, 2005, in Cambridge, OH to Jeff Doherty and Michelle Walls. Adian had a […]

Register Publications

  • Three years after the Civil War ended, on May 5, 1868, the head of an organization of Union veterans — the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) — established Decoration Day as a time for the nation to decorate the graves of the war dead with flowers. The post The origins of Memorial Day appeared […]
  • By Laura A. HobsonStaff ReporterLHobson@cherryroad.com AURORA – The Crescent Brewing Company Caverns Park, a proposed new park in Aurora, will emphasize education about industry in… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post Proposed park to highlight brewing company appeared first on Register Publications.
  • First Financial Foundation awarded $10,000 to LifeTime Resources Inc. for matching funds for its Federal Section 5311 operational grant for Catch-A-Ride, which provides rural public… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post Catch-A-Ride donation appeared first on Register Publications.
  • Information Submitted INDIANAPOLIS – With Memorial Day weekend the unofficial start of summer, Indiana Conservation Officers remind Hoosiers to make water safety a priority now… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post Make water safety a priority appeared first on Register Publications.
  •  Rachel Wilgenbusch, 35, of Lawrenceburg passed away on Saturday, May 18, 2024. Arrangements entrusted to Andres-Wuestefeld Funeral Home. Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post RACHEL WILGENBUSCH appeared first on Register Publications.
  •  Judy was born on June 15, 1940, to the late Chester and Beulah (Moreland) Westrich. Beloved wife of the late Richard Mozena. Loving mother of… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post JUDITH ANN “JUDY” MOZENA appeared first on Register Publications.
  • By Hayley GarrStaff ReporterHGarr@cherryroad.comHARRISON – A week before a scheduled public hearing, residents spoke in support of Councilman Mike Mains during the council meeting May… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post Residents support councilman who committed vandalism appeared first on Register Publications.
  •  Jerome Nathan Hovis, 55, of West Harrison, Ind., passed away Thursday, May 23, 2024, in Lawrenceburg, Ind. Visitation will be held Tuesday, May 28, 2024, from… Login to continue reading Login Sign up for complimentary access Sign Up Now Close The post JEROME NATHAN HOVIS appeared first on Register Publications.

News-Examiner

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Madison Courier

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The 812

WIKI 95.3

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South-Central Indiana

News and Tribune

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WDRB

Crothersville Times

  • by Curt Kovener
    A 43-year-old Madison woman was booked into Scott County Jail on Sunday night, May 12, following a traffic stop on Austin’s northside. According to Austin Police Officer Joshua Vires, he was on patrol around 9:40 p.m. on northbound US 31 when he observed a dark passenger car cross the center line two times. He pulled […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    Austin City Council honored four Austin High School students for their success in with winning the state title for the Fine Arts Academic Bowl at their regular meeting on May 14. Fine Arts includes music and visual artwork. These students competed against other schools earlier this month coming home with the highest score out of […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    The Jackson County Public Library will host a plant swap at the Seymour Library on Wednesday, May 29, from 10 a.m. to noon at the tent in the grass at the corner of Second and Pine Streets. Volunteer Purdue Extension Master Gardener Trina Roark will be available to answer gardening questions. Participants must have at […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    Scott County Purdue Extension Educator for Ag & Natural Resources, Tom Springstun, recently announced that the Scott County Master Gardeners have created the Scott County Soil Squad to begin offering a free service of taking soil samples for persons with a garden or small farm growing fruit/produce for their own use or to take to […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Public Hearing Jackson County Water Utility to obtain assistance from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Loan Program for Drinking Water Utility Improvements The Jackson County Water Utility will hold a public hearing at 7:30 pm on Thursday, June 6, 2024 at the Jackson County Water Utility office located at […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    Crothersville History & Cultural Arts Association will have a fish fry this Saturday, May 18 from 3-6 p.m. at Hamacher Hall, 211 E. Howard St. east of the stoplight. Fish sandwich is $5, chips and drinks will be available for a donation. Hamacher Hall, the former Presbyterian Church, is Crothersville’s history center and is supported […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    Two out-of-state people were charged with drug offenses after a late night traffic stop in northwest Scott County. Scott County Sheriff’s Deputy Kacey Reschar and his K-9 partner Karma were on patrol around 10:42 p.m. on Monday, May 6, on Thomastown Road when he spotted a blue passenger car driving east and weaving across the […]
  • by Curt Kovener
    Two developers made presentations to the Crothersville Town Council at their regular meeting May 7. The council was all smiles about one and cool to another. Brian Arnholt proposed to construct houses at 204 Walnut Street, a double lot at the corner of Vine & Walnut Streets. He proposed putting 10 mini homes on the […]

Brown County Democrat

  • Governor Eric Holcomb announced that all 92 Indiana counties have opted into the second year of Indiana’s public health initiative, Health First Indiana (HFI). The post Governor Holcomb announces all 92 Indiana Counties opt in for second year of public health initiative appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • MORGANTOWN The post Richard S. Wells appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • TRAFALGAR The post Karen (Walker) Dunn appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • MARTINSVILLE The post Christina “Chrissy” N. Barnett appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • JOLIET ILLINOIS The post Manson David Howard appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • NINEVEH, INDIANA The post Janet Marie Smith appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • The Primary is over and it is the time for candidates to start looking toward the fall. The post What’s Next? Primary is over, Candidates prepare for General Election appeared first on Brown County Democrat.
  • Leadership Brown County’s Class of 2024 had their graduation ceremony on May 14, marking the end of their eight-month program. There were around two dozen people in attendance. The post Your Leadership Class of 2024 appeared first on Brown County Democrat.

The Seymour Tribune

  • ATLANTA (AP) — Record warmth this winter fueled a deadly tornado outbreak across parts of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Arkansas in March. Then tornadoes killed multiple people and injured at least 35 others in Iowa. Recent twisters have even struck in places unaccustomed to them, such as one near Los Angeles in 2023 that tore […]
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  • The Seymour Common Council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the council chambers at city hall, 301-309 N. Chestnut St., Seymour. Continue reading at Seymour Tribune.
  • PARIS (AP) — Rafael Nadal smiled. He joked. He sounded upbeat. He’s been playing well and feeling better in practice. He is eager to get going at Roland Garros after dealing for so long with hip and abdominal problems. Oh, and then there’s this little tidbit he dropped during a pre-tournament news conference Saturday: This […]
  • Former Jackson County Auditor Staci Eglen was arrested Friday afternoon on a Jackson Circuit Court warrant for three Level 6 felony charges. The 44-year-old Cortland woman faces charges of fraud (credit card) theft of property valued at least $750 and less than $50,000 and official misconduct. A Level 6 felony is punishable by six months […]
  • Arrests Crothersville Jeriaka Renae Wayman, 36, Brownstown, 1:53 a.m. Saturday. Dominac William Dale Campbell, 22, Scottsburg, possession of cocaine or narcotic drug, bond pending or no bond required, 3:25 p.m. Friday. Staci Leigh Eglen, 44, Seymour, warrant fraud, theft of property value at least $750 and less than $50,000, official misconduct, bond pending or no […]
  • A single vehicle crash Friday morning on Interstate 65 in southern Jackson County claimed the life of a Georgia man and sent two passengers to Indianapolis area hospitals with serious injuries. The initial investigation by troopers with the Indiana State Police-Versailles Post indicates that at approximately 10:25 a.m., a 2008 Nissan pickup truck, being driven […]
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WBIW/WPHZ/WQRK

  • INDIANAPOLIS- On August 9, 2023, Troopers at the State Police Bloomington Post received information from a woman alleging she was raped in Indianapolis. A detective from… The post ISP Detectives arrest Indianapolis man on rape charges appeared first on WBIW.
  • LAFAYETTE-  As we approach Memorial Day weekend and the Indianapolis 500, the Indiana State Police Lafayette District urges all residents and visitors to prioritize safety…. The post Prioritize safety for Memorial Day weekend and the Indianapolis 500 appeared first on WBIW.
  • AVOCA- Are you ready to uncover the mysteries of the insect kingdom? Purdue Extension LawrenceCounty invites bug enthusiasts of all ages to join us for… The post Come to the 4-H Entomology Workshop at Avoca Park appeared first on WBIW.
  • Looking for a fun, short-term day camp for a young person this summer? Open to all LawrenceCounty youth that just completed grades K-2, 4-H is… The post 4-H Mini Day Camp for grades K-2 appeared first on WBIW.
  • INDIANA—Indiana State Police and area law enforcement agencies are participating in the “Click it or Ticket” enforcement campaign through Memorial Day weekend. They want to… The post ISP increasing patrols for Memorial Day weekend appeared first on WBIW.
  • INDIANAPOLIS – Today, during the Indiana Global Economic Summit, Governor Eric J. Holcomb joined Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) Chair and CEO David A. Ricks to… The post Gov. Holcomb joins Lilly to announce additional $5.3 billion investment at LEAP District appeared first on WBIW.
  • BLOOMINGTON– The Society for Vascular Surgery’s Vascular Quality Initiative (SVSVQI) has awarded Indiana University Health Bloomington three stars for its active participationin the Registry Participation… The post IU Health Bloomington earns three stars in Vascular Quality Initiative Registry Participation Award Program appeared first on WBIW.
  • BEDFORD- In observance of World Environment Day, you can recycle most electronic waste for free thanks to General Motor’s environmental team at Bedford Casting Operations…. The post Electronics recycling at GM Bedford Casting Operations June 5 appeared first on WBIW.

Indiana Public Media

  • 114 E. Kirkwood Ave. Saturday, June 29, 2024, 7:30 – 10:30pm Duke Tumatoe is an American blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter who fuses gritty R&B, rock, blues, and funk injected with equal parts humor and gut-level sincerity.He has gigged with Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley, B.B. King, Willie Dixon, Buddy Guy, John Fogerty and George Thorogood. He was […]
  • Historic Tivoli Theatre24 N. WashingtonSpencer, IN 47460 Friday, June 28, 2024, 7 – 10pm The ONLY International Ventriloquism & Arts Festival in the WORLD!June 28-30, 2024.This year's line-up is filled with top-notch artist like Willie Tyler, Ronn Lucas, Randall Munson and more! Visit Spencer, IN and see what makes this town so bizarrely special! Age Range: All Ages […]
  • Waldron Auditorium122 S Walnut St Bloomington, IN 47404 Sunday, June 23, 2024, 2 – 3:30pm WARNING: This is not a love story. This brand new rock musical from the Emmy-nominated creators of The Enlightenment of Percival von Schmootz is a spicy rom com with a healthy dose of heart. Sam and Charlie have been together since freshman […]
  • Waldron Auditorium122 S Walnut StBloomington, IN 47404 Sunday, June 23, 2024, 2 – 3:30pm WARNING: This is not a love story. This brand new rock musical from the Emmy-nominated creators of The Enlightenment of Percival von Schmootz is a spicy rom com with a healthy dose of heart. Sam and Charlie have been together since freshman year […]
  • Waldron Auditorium122 S Walnut StBloomington, IN 47404 Saturday, June 22, 2024, 7:30 – 9pm WARNING: This is not a love story. This brand new rock musical from the Emmy-nominated creators of The Enlightenment of Percival von Schmootz is a spicy rom com with a healthy dose of heart. Sam and Charlie have been together since freshman year […]
  • Waldron Auditorium122 S Walnut St Bloomington, IN 47404 Saturday, June 22, 2024, 7:30 – 9pm WARNING: This is not a love story. This brand new rock musical from the Emmy-nominated creators of The Enlightenment of Percival von Schmootz is a spicy rom com with a healthy dose of heart. Sam and Charlie have been together since freshman […]
  • Rose Hill Cemetery1100 W 4th StreetBloomington, IN 47404 Saturday, June 22, 2024, 10:30am – 12pm Join members of the History Center Cemetery Committee for a tour of Rose Hill Cemetery! Learn about different headstone styles and carvings that are a part of our rich limestone industry history.To maintain an engaging conversation, tour capacity is limited to 20. […]
  • Waldron Auditorium122 S Walnut St Bloomington, IN 47404 Friday, June 21, 2024, 7:30 – 9pm WARNING: This is not a love story. This brand new rock musical from the Emmy-nominated creators of The Enlightenment of Percival von Schmootz is a spicy rom com with a healthy dose of heart. Sam and Charlie have been together since freshman […]

Southwest Indiana

WEHT

  • The report says she cut herself, leaving blood on the case and window before leaving. EPD says the reporter was able to show video of the suspect committing the crime.
  • The affidavit says the conditions of the house was very poor, stating the house had an intolerable smell of animal urine and had animal feces on the floor all throughout the house.
  • PETERSBURG, Ind. (WEHT) — Authorities say three people have confessed to a gun theft crime spree. Police believe one is lying. Last month Eyewitness News reported that missing guns were hidden on Sugar Ridge Road north of Winslow, but police think that was a lie. Last month Alexzander Weyerbacher admitted to breaking into cars, stealing […]
  • EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) — It has been more than two years of watching and waiting for an empty lot in the heart of downtown Evansville to be developed. City officials announced when the ground will be broken at 420 on Main. "We are excited to get shovels in the ground," says Joe Atkinson, the communications […]
  • After nearly a decade of being part of the Henderson Habitat family Larry McDowell is passing the baton. McDowell has lead the construction team since 2015 and says every minute was aimed at honoring God.
  • HENDERSON, Ky. (WEHT) – Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear announced the approval for a federally funded program to provide food to approximately 450,000 school-age children for the summer period. The Summer Electronic Benefit Transfer will automatically enroll students ages 6- to 18-years-old who receive benefits through programs offered by the Cabinet for Health and Family Services […]
  • HENDERSON, Ky. (WEHT) – Daviess County Attorney John Burlew says the county is looking to reduce unpaid child support cases by seeking misdemeanor charges. Burlew says about five people have faced misdemeanor charges, and he expects the final number to be around 100. He said child support in the county is falling behind by 40 […]
  • UPDATE: The search was stopped at approximately 8:30 p.m.. The bridge has been reopened. HENDERSON, Ky. (WEHT) – Crews are searching the Ohio River near the Highway 231 Natcher Bridge after reports that someone may have gone into the river. Daviess County Sheriff Brad Youngman says crews have cleared both banks and the river area […]

Dubois County Herald

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West-Central Indiana

WTWO (Terre Haute)

  • ROCKVILLE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Lots of growing is underway at one garden near Rockville.The Rotary Parke County Community Garden is located on U.S. 41 just south of town.People can rent a 15 by 18 foot plot for $20 and grow their own fruits and vegetables. All 30 of the plots have been rented for this […]
  • FARMERSBURG, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – After graduating from college with a teaching degree in the early 1980's, Nancy Liston returned to her hometown of Farmersburg, but she didn't plan to stay. However, she ran into one of her former coaches at a football game. "Mr. Wilbur Crooks came to me and said, 'Would you like to […]
  • TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — A wreck involving multiple vehicles and a semi-truck caused traffic issues on the south side of Terre Haute Friday. The Vigo County Sheriff's Office is investigating the crash. No word yet on potential injuries involved. The crash occurred Friday in the 4 p.m. hour near the intersection of U.S. 41 […]
  • TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Friday was opening day of Rubber Duck season in the city of Terre Haute as Catholic Charities began to count down to this year's Rubber Duck Regatta. The event, presented by Kroger, will take place on July 4 at Fairbanks Park. Folks wishing to participate and support Catholic Charities can […]
  • FARMERSBURG, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Law enforcement officials evacuated several buildings including a daycare in Farmersburg after a possible explosive device was reported nearby. A resident that had been mowing their lawn located a suspicious device and called it in. The device was described by a WTWO reporter on scene as a travelers cup similar to […]
  • LOOGOOTEE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — An emergency railroad crossing repair will cause a portion of U.S. 231 to be shut down in Loogootee. According to INDOT, the closure is expected begin on Tuesday May 28 and last for two days as crews work to repair the railroad crossing at that location. Work could be delayed by […]
  • TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — A Terre Haute Police Department Detective has been named the Kevin Artz Law Enforcement Officer of the year. According to THPD, the award is presented by the Breakfast Optimist Club. Detective Josh Goldner who works in the THPD Juvenile Investigation Unit was chosen to receive the honor. Detective Goldner has […]
  • FARMERSBURG, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — WTWO Chief Meteorologist Jesse Walker is alerting the public in the Wabash Valley to be weather aware this weekend as we could see some severe weather arriving in the area. Walker took to Facebook to break down the models as we approach the weekend. Walker noted that there's a slight risk […]

Northwest Indiana

Northwest Indiana Times

Indiana 105

Chesterton Tribune

  • Mackenzie Sharp makes Evansville’s Dean’s List Mackenzie Sharp of Chesterton was named to the University of Evansville Dean’s List for the Spring 2024 semester. Students at UE are named to the Dean’s List every fall and spring semester. To merit the honor of being placed on the Dean’s List, a student must have carried a […]
  • Meat on a stick is the world’s oldest form of barbecue. Almost every culture has its own version: Japanese yakitori, French brochettes, Oriental satay, Peruvian anticuchos, Spanish pinchos morunos, Armenian shashlik and Turkish shish kebabs. According to “A Mediterranean Feast” by Clifford A. Wright, the origin of skewer roasting is tied to the Turkish history […]
  • The Burns Harbor Fire Department bills the insurance companies of non-residents who receive emergency service. An article printed on May 14 incorrectly stated that residents were billed for emergency services. The post Correction first appeared on Chesterton Tribune.
  • Long before we were told the sun was bad for us, humans used to partake in a therapy known as sunbathing. Dating back to the 1800’s, the notion that the sun could heal and even cure the body of illness was confirmed in 1890 by Dr. Theobald Palm, who made the eye-opening discovery that sunlight […]
  • The Duneland Exchange Club honored two CHS Seniors at its Annual Youth Recognition Breakfast, on Thursday, April 25. The event was hosted at Sand Creek Country Club. Pearl Jent has been named the Duneland Exchange Club’s 2024 ACE, (Accepting the Challenge of Excellence) recipient. Pictured on the left with Pearl is her father Jack Jent, […]
  • The Northern Lights were visible from the Duneland over the weekend. This picture was taken by Matt Prusak at Indiana Dunes National Park on Saturday night. The post Northern Lights in Indiana Dunes National Park first appeared on Chesterton Tribune.
  • Town of Porter Grass & Weed Regulations As a reminder, from May 1st to November 1st, grass and weeds cannot exceed 6″ in height on any property in Porter, including the area between the sidewalk and street. Porter does not participate in “No Mow May”. Pollinators had an early start with the mild weather this […]
  • While spring seemed to start with a little hitch in its giddy up, I think it’s safe to say that the final days of winter have finally passed, and as such my mind is turning to all the great stuff we can grow quickly and enjoy all summer long, like basil! Known as the king […]

Gary Crusader

  • The Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced the 2024 schedule for its popular Learn to Ride program, which offers free bike riding classes for adults and children throughout the summer. The classes are led by the SAFE (Streets Are for Everybody) Ambassadors, the outreach and engagement team within CDOT providing direct education and encouragement to Chicagoans regarding […]
  • The Brass Idol recently announced its grand opening scheduled for June 1, 2024, at 5900 Miller Ave. Nestled in the heart of Miller Beach, The Brass Idol aims to become more than just a restaurant but a cherished destination where friends, families, and neighbors gather. Led by Chef Daryn Frank, The Brass Idol promises a […]
  • Indiana Dunes National Park has become an increasingly popular destination for local boaters. Lake Michigan can be a dangerous place. It is important for boat operators to follow national park regulations to help keep themselves and swimmers safe. All waters within 300 feet of the national park’s shoreline are under national park rules, regulations, and […]
  • As the nation prepares to honor the more than 18 million living veterans in the United States, the demographics of those who served are changing. No longer does World War I and II account for the majority of living veterans. According to Pew Research Center, nearly 8 million living veterans served in the Gulf War. […]
  • Vitamin T Fitness to host Mental Health Spin Bike Ride and Resource Fair May 25th Vitamin T Fitness is marking Mental Health Awareness Month with a special spin ride and resource fair on Saturday, May 25, 2024 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. at 6128 Broadway. Gym owner Tiffany Blakemore developed the event to raise […]
  • HILLSIDE, Ill. (AP) — Cardinal Blase Cupich, archbishop of Chicago, will preside over a Memorial Day field Mass at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, May 27, 2024, at Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Hillside. In the event of rain, the Mass will be moved indoors to the Queen of Heaven Mausoleum. The Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic […]
  • Is five your lucky number? If so, you might be among the thousands of Illinois Lottery players who pocketed winning Pick 3 tickets for Wednesday’s midday drawing, with triple 5’s being the winning numbers – and with the added FIREBALL being 5. The last time triple 5’s with a FIREBALL of 5 occurred in a Pick 3 […]
  • The Chicago Urban League said educating consumers about the home appraisal process and increasing diversity and cultural proficiency within the real estate appraisal industry will be important factors in addressing barriers to building Black wealth through homeownership. These observations were among several shared last Friday, May 17 during the League’s 2024 Policy SUMMIT, which included […]

Region News Source

  • On May 22, 2024, at 5 PM, the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a two-vehicle crash with injuries at the intersection of CR 800 N and CR 400 W. First responders arrived quickly and discovered that several individuals were in urgent need of advanced medical care. Two medi-vac helicopters and multiple ambulances […]
  • At approximately 3:25 AM on May 19, 2024, officers from the Hammond Police Department responded to a call regarding a possible stabbing incident in the 1600 block of 169th Place, according to Hammond Police. Upon arrival, officers discovered 22-year-old Isaiah McCriston with an apparent stab wound. Emergency medical services were immediately dispatched to the scene. […]
  • At approximately 8:38 P.M. on May 8th, 2024, Jasper County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the scene of a motorcycle colliding with a deer on County Rd. 100 W., about 1200 feet north of County Rd. 1000 N. Arriving at the scene, they found two injured parties—the motorcycle occupants and the wounded deer. Following an investigation, […]
  • Two suspects are in custody after a high speed chase originated at the Pines Branch of Porter Bank on US HWY 12, according to Porter Police. At approximately 11:45 PM on Wednesday May 8th, Porter Police responded to assist the Porter County Sheriff’s Office at the “Pines Bank” concerning an ATM burglary in progress. The […]
  • The Chesterton Police Department is announcing the arrest of a Chesterton resident on multiple drug charges. According to the CPD, on Tuesday, April 30, Miguel Luna, 41, was taken into custody following the execution of a search warrant at a residence in the 300 block of South 18th Street. Luna was charged with the following: […]
  • On Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 at 1:50 PM while on routine patrol Cedar Lake Officer Alexis Dills observed a 2006 Red Mini Cooper driven by Solomon J. Pearson, 45, of Hammond, Indiana. Officer Dills recognized Pearson as a known drug user from previous encounters and who also had an active warrant from a previous unrelated […]
  • On 4/26/2024 at approximately 12:43 PM, the Merrillville Police Department was dispatched to the Tan-Tar-A Apartment Complex (195 E 58th Avenue) for a report of shots fired, according to Merrillville Police. Officers responded to the scene and located one subject with a gunshot wound. Superior Medics responded to the scene and transported the subject to […]
  • HAMMOND- Briana White, age 29, of Gary, Indiana, was sentenced by United States District Court Judge Philip P. Simon after pleading guilty to armed bank robbery and murder resulting from the discharge of a firearm during the bank robbery, announced United States Attorney Clifford D. Johnson. White was sentenced to 300 months in prison followed […]

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  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. ZIONSVILLE, Ind. — A bus driver for the Zionsville Community School Corporation appeared to admit to raping someone in a video confession posted online. According to a story in “The Collegiate Commons,” the bus driver, Jacob Massie, made the […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The St. Joseph County Board of Health recently voted to appoint radical abortion advocate, Dr. Michelle Migliore, to the head up the county’s Department of Health. On May 10th, the board voted unanimously for the […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. SOUTH BEND, Ind. — REAL News Michiana has obtained video showing Democrat South Bend Common Councilwoman Sheila Niezgodski appearing to threaten to hit a man at a meeting in the County-City Building in Downtown South Bend earlier this month. […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. MISHAWAKA, Ind. — Rabid left-wing Penn Harris Madison School Board Member, Clare Roach, was visibly shaken on Monday night after learning the Superintendent has no plans to fill a vacant Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer position within the school […]
  • HELP SUPPORT INDEPENDENT JOURNALISM BY BECOMING A SUBSCRIBING MEMBER. YOU CAN ALSO MAKE A ONE TIME DONATION HERE. DOWAGIAC, Mich. — REAL News Michiana has discovered the first ever Cass County Pride event is being organized by a self-proclaimed sex worker. The event is part of the OutCenter’s PrideFest series, which is hitting three different Southwest Michigan […]
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  • Services take place Sunday unless otherwise noted. The post Church notes for May 25 appeared first on The Daily Reporter – Greenfield Indiana.
  • ATLANTA (AP) — Record warmth this winter fueled a deadly tornado outbreak across parts of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Arkansas in March. Then tornadoes killed multiple people and injured at least 35 others in Iowa. Recent twisters have even struck in places unaccustomed to them, such as one near Los Angeles in 2023 that tore […]
  • HANCOCK COUNTY – The Ind. 9 entrance ramp to I-70 eastbound in Greenfield will close beginning on or after 9 p.m. May 28. The post I-70 entrance ramp to close appeared first on The Daily Reporter – Greenfield Indiana.
  • Concert series returns to Mohawk The post The Bulletin for May 25 appeared first on The Daily Reporter – Greenfield Indiana.
  • GREENFIELD – Memorial Day events are coming up across Hancock County. The post Memorial Day events planned appeared first on The Daily Reporter – Greenfield Indiana.
  • PARIS (AP) — Rafael Nadal smiled. He joked. He sounded upbeat. He’s been playing well and feeling better in practice. He is eager to get going at Roland Garros after dealing for so long with hip and abdominal problems. Oh, and then there’s this little tidbit he dropped during a pre-tournament news conference Saturday: This […]
  • MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Anthony Edwards drove toward the lane with the time on the clock dwindling and the Minnesota Timberwolves clinging to a two-point lead on the Dallas Mavericks. Edwards stopped at the foul line as three Mavericks defenders closed in, hesitating to shoot on another off night for the 22-year-old guard. He looked for […]
  • Tyler Young was medalist with a 36 to lead Greenfield-Central’s boys golf team to a 155-157 victory over Greenwood at Valle Vista Golf Club Thursday. The post Prep Roundup: G-C golfers win at Greenwood appeared first on The Daily Reporter – Greenfield Indiana.

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