Cummins recently announced a drop in quarterly profits and plans to lay off more than 1,000 employees, which could have ripple effect in the Columbus community.
Cummins, one of the largest employers in Columbus, tends to hire and fire in large numbers, making job security uncertain.
A referendum increasing property taxes would raise $1.8 million annually to expand preschool education in Bartholomew County.
The lights were turned off eight years ago because of vandalism.
Columbus mayor appoints new fire chief, David Allmon on Monday.
The raise for elected officials, including the mayor and city councilors, follows the raise the council previously approved for all city employees.
The Phoenix Group plans to build a $15-million facility in Columbus.
Emergency management officials say streams are unlikely to flood over because of the drought.
The Board of Public Works made the decision after the ambulance board was unable to make a recommendation.
A store in Columbus sold a winning lottery ticket and is now getting a financial benefit because of it.