INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s 92 counties made no improvements in color-coded COVID-19 spread rating this week, with the entire state remaining in red, the worst rating on the four-level system.
ANGOLA — The race for the 3rd congressional district in northeast Indiana has developed a race on the Democratic side, while the incumbent has just filed for reelection.
A line of buses from the Metropolitan School District of Steuben County heads west on East Maumee Street Friday morning, hauling students from all MSD elementary schools to Fort Wayne to catch the Shrine Circus. In addition to parent chaperones, members of the Mispah Shrine also rode along w…
BRUSHY PRAIRIE — Thespians from Prairie Heights High School took home a number of accolades after the state competition held last weekend, with several tech team members and individual thespians garnering everything from first place awards to scholarship offers.
FREMONT — Promise Land Community Inc. and Full Potential are collaborating on opening a new store front at Lake Land Commons, the former south side of The Outlet Shoppes at Fremont.
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Department of Education is encouraging schools and qualified community organizations to participate in the 2022 Summer Food Service Program.
AUBURN — Excelsior Arts Academy and Youth Theater will present the play “A Bagful of Fables,” featuring four stories from Aesop, the Greek slave who lived 2,500 years ago.
LEBANON — East Noble show choirs competed Saturday at the Lebanon Invitational for the first time in 10 years, and walked away with a grand championship win in the small mixed division.
ALBION — Despite the Noble County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office passionate plea for jail time, a Noble County man who pointed a shotgun at police officer in 2019 won’t see any time behind bars.
INDIANAPOLIS — A DeKalb County teacher Wednesday testified before the Indiana Senate Education and Career Development Committee, opposing a bill that would create an “adjunct teacher.”
AUBURN — Eckhart Public Library is in the middle of the winter edition of their Read. Do. Explore. program, and there is still time to participate.