Research shows Indiana's rural communities are getting older, and young people are leaving for urban areas.
Indiana Newsdesk's Joe Hren speaks with Greencastle Mayor Sue Murray, in our weekly Ask The Mayor segment.
After years of trying to reestablish a homeless shelter in Greencastle, two private citizens have purchased a building in which the shelter will be housed.
State officials will meet with cities affected by floods earlier this spring to see if they qualify for state funding to pay for infrastructure repairs.
Mayor Sue Murray says the first round of bids came in more than $1 million more than what the parking garage was projected to cost.
Just one business owner has come to an agreement with his insurance company following a fire which left four firms homeless.
Some of the buildings that were damaged were scheduled to be renovated as part of a downtown economic development project.
The City of Greencastle may use as much as $200,000 of its rainy day fund to help a local group re-establish a homeless shelter in the community.
Kokomo, North Vernon and Salem are among the Indiana communities getting what Greencastle has long wanted: a highway bypass.
Putnam County Airport is looking to the community to contribute funds to help repave and remodel the runways.