The county council voted last August to prohibit the use of local tax dollars in managing the needle-exchange, effectively ending the 2-year-old program.
Plans to erect a statue of President James Madison outside a courthouse in a central Indiana county have stalled amid concerns about his ownership of slaves.
A central Indiana man wants county officials to pay the legal bills opponents of a proposed landfill incurred in their decades-long battle against the project.
The Madison County Health Department's attempt follows the County Council's August vote to prohibit county funds or donations from supporting the program.
Officials in a central Indiana county have effectively ended its needle exchange program by cutting off funding for the two-year-old program.
A Madison County Council member is pushing an ordinance that would effectively end the county's two-year-old program.
Critics of Madison County’s exchange say money that currently goes to buying needles would be better spent on treatment and education.
Officials in Madison County want to study plans for a mass transit system that would run into Indianapolis.
HMSES, a co-op between schools in Hancock, Madison and Shelby Counties, provides special education services across districts.
No one showed up to Madison County's first needle exchange clinic aimed at preventing an HIV outbreak.