Today’s librarians have a slightly different role than in the past, as they’ve had to adapt to survive technological advances and budget cuts.
Less than a decade into its lease, the operator of the Indiana Toll Road filed for bankruptcy.
As families opt to homeschool to avoid dealing with the frustrations of traditional school, Indiana's lax regulations often leave them to their own devices.
Nationwide, the number of non-teaching personnel on school staffs has increased over the last half century, at a faster rate than that of teachers and students.
Teachers around the state are trying to adjust to new standards and anticipate the unknown assessment students will take this spring.
Since the state Jackson County for its pre-k pilot program, education leaders there have been getting ready for the program’s launch next summer.
Infighting between State Board of Education members and Superintendent Glenda Ritz worries many Indiana teachers, who need board guidance on pressing issues.
Maintenance crews are looking for more effective and cheaper options to keep the streets safe and clean.
A group of residents just north of Peru is scrambling to come up with thousands of dollars for dam maintenance and repair.
Indiana has been working for decades to bring the river otter population back to the state, but the otters are starting to create some problems for landowners.