MCCSC allocates $20,000 in its 2018 budget to bolster the Food Assistance fund, but still faces a likely shortfall without continued community donations.
The Bloomington Police Dept. took part in National Night Out, a nationwide event that looks to increase anti-crime efforts.
Ranking Indiana ninth in the country, The Health Resources and Services Administration is recognizing 10 states for improving healthcare in their communities.
This is the first of three services honoring the life of Abdul-Rahman, or Peter, Kassig.
The portion of I-69 from Evansville to Crane is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year.
Instead of individual food recipients being asked to pray before receiving aid, they are now asked afterwards if they would like to pray.
Jackson County Community Provisions has been out of compliance with TEFAP regulations because volunteers invite those receiving aid to pray.
Notebooks and paper will come in handy when Henryville elementary, junior high, and high school students finally go back to class in early April.
Administrators at Indiana State University push diversity initiatives to the forefront.
In a time when most businesses are doing all they can to survive, Cardinal Stage Company is taking a different approach.