A 2015 forecast for the economies in Bloomington, Columbus and Terre Haute remain hopeful.
The 2014 Sculpture Biennial hit a snag when organizers ran into some controversy surrounding who could move the expensive pieces.
A feasibility study indicated that the demographics of Columbus match the highest-performing arts audiences across the nation.
The accountant announced his intention to run for office Saturday morning.
City Council member Jim Lienhoop will announce that he's running for mayor at an event Saturday.
Bartholomew County voters said no to funding preschool with increased taxes. What will this mean for the larger discussion on how to fund pre-k statewide?
A controversial referendum to fund pre-k scholarships for low-income four-year-olds in Bartholomew County failed.
Despite rain and chills, Indiana communities are not rescheduling trick-or-treating hours.
The Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation is asking voters to raise their property taxes to fund pre-k for low-income four-year-olds.
Halloween has nearly arrived. Here are some Halloween-themed events going on in South Central Indiana.