Brown County residents say their Internet service is slow, unreliable, and expensive.
A ruling from a state agency could mean an almost yearlong battle over the utilities of a development in Brown County is closer to resolution.
Headed out on Halloween to trick-or-treat with your family? Check your community's hours before you make your plans.
Indiana Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch and a crowd of about 60 others commemorated Brown County’s ongoing fiber-optic broadband internet initiative Friday.
A Quaff ON! Brewing Company expansion in Brown County is under construction after the Nashville Town Council voted to annex about 230 acres for the project.
Prosecutors say 61-year-old Dana Ericson attacked Chinese exchange student Yue Zhang with a hatchet in Nashville, Indiana on Feb. 18, 2016.
Brown County Water Utilities sued the Nashville Town Council last month for the rights to provide water to a multi-million dollar Quaff ON! expansion.
If approved, the ordinance would keep other providers from serving in the areas, making Nashville the sole provider.
Some Nashville residents say a proposed new concert venue will bring a dangerous amount of traffic to an area with senior housing.
The project would be paid for with the innkeeper’s tax, a 5 percent tax paid by any visitor who stays in a Brown County inn or hotel.