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INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana residents age 60 to 64 are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, state health officials announced Tuesday in the latest expansion of the state’s vaccine … more
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Local tourism officials are sounding an optimistic note about events returning this year as the hospitality industry looks to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic. The planned events include an … more
Local Girl Scout Troop #57078 teamed up with AARP to spread some love and cheer to older Americans who have been socially isolated during the pandemic. The girls lovingly produced handmade cards to … more

Schools are grappling with how to stop the COVID slide and make up for lost learning during the pandemic. A recent Stanford University study finds the average Indiana student lost 129 days of … more
Indiana’s vaccine rollout is rapidly evolving, and advocacy groups are working to make sure people who want the vaccine know how to get it. Indiana is following the Center for Disease … more
      TERRE HAUTE — The CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center is set to reopen to the public, beginning Feb. 19. During the grand re-opening weekend there will … more
DARLINGTON — As snow blankets the ground outside his cramped backyard workshop, Tim Sering scoops lumps of coal into a model steam engine. The locomotive is a replica of an engine used on … more
LINDEN — The children of Disney villains go on a mission to steal the Fairy Godmother’s wand and free their parents from an island prison in North Montgomery Middle School’s … more

If I’ve already had COVID-19 and recovered, do I still need the vaccine? Can I stop wearing a mask or social distancing after I’ve been vaccinated? Experts at the Montgomery County … more
As she watered flowers along a virtually empty downtown street on a weekday morning in late April 2020, Sue Lucas paused to capture the scene. Restaurants had been closed to in-person dining and … more
The Montgomery County Health Department would like to remind residents that Montgomery County will remain in the Red Advisory Level, despite anticipated changes to the color-coded county map on the … more
When the classrooms are empty at the end of the day, John Cummins gets to work. In an empty classroom decorated with colorful shapes and numbers at New Beginnings Child Care, Cummins runs a vacuum … more

LAFAYETTE — With the nation’s unemployment rate at its highest in nearly half a century, job opportunities in labor-abundant industries — such as retail and dining — are … more
Forty-two teachers from 10 local preschools (Discovery Preschool, Fuzzy Bear Preschool & Daycare, Hand in Hand Learning Center, Little Creations Child Care, Little Mounties Preschool, Montessori … more
At 91 years old, Norma Miller is eager to feel a sense of relief following her second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Miller received her first dose last week, and as a long-time local business owner, … more
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When all of the books had been cleared out of the limestone landmark and moved to the new building across the street, work began to transform the state’s first Carnegie library into a … more
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