INDIANAPOLIS — Half of all Hoosiers now have at least one thing in common — they’ve all had their nose swabbed at least once to look for COVID-19.
INDIANAPOLIS — For the first time in about a month, state health officials gave an update on COVID-19 activity in Indiana and ongoing vaccination efforts, keeping up calls for Hoosiers to get their vaccines to help put down the pandemic.
HAMILTON — Steuben County United Way is kicking off its month-long Days of Caring a day before the event officially begins in May with a blitz of projects in Hamilton.
KENDALLVILLE — There are some people who signed up to get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as they were able and there are some that will never be convinced to ever get it.
ANGOLA — The COVID-19 pandemic was not about to stop Trine University from educating students on campus this year, and it didn’t halt commencement like it did in 2020.
AUBURN — “This is God’s event,” said Erma Casselman, county coordinator of the 30th annual DeKalb County prayer rally Thursday at the Kruse Plaza south of Auburn.
MONGO — A new state policy requiring all visitors to the Pigeon River Fish and Wildlife Area to pick up and carry with them a day use card, and drop off that card with details of their visit when they leave, raised a few eyebrows when it was unveiled. But DNR officials said those cards will …
WATERLOO — A Republican caucus to fill a vacancy on the Waterloo Town Council will take place May 25 at 6 p.m. in Grant Township Public Library, 300 S. Wayne St., Waterloo
ANGOLA — Thirty-four seniors in Trine University’s Allen School of Engineering & Technology were inducted into the Order of the Engineer during a Wednesday ceremony.
ALBION — Noble REMC’s EnviroWatts may be a young and growing program, but it's already making a mark on the local community, feeding funding into local projects.