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Montgomery County will be reimbursed for up to more than $124,000 in additional pandemic-related expenses through the CARES Act. The county received a grant through the Coronavirus Relief … more
Last Wednesday, millions of Americans tuned in to cable television networks and scrolled through their social media feeds to digest the breaking news that a pro-Trump protest had turned into a … more
The Montgomery County Health Department is putting a call out for volunteers to help run the COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Vaccines are being administered by appointment from 4 to 7 p.m. Mondays … more

“At the beginning of March, our enrollment was 123 children,” New Beginnings Child Care director Annette Richter said. “At the end of March, we were at 23 … more
WAYNETOWN — Organizers for Waynetown Christmas in the Park are celebrating their most successful season yet. A record number 3,475 vehicles filled with people found their way to the … more
As he finished a Zoom call Wednesday, Rev. Dr. John Nuys was stunned to see photos of a pro-Trump mob surrounding the U.S. Capitol. As guards tried to keep the mob from entering the building, Van … more
LINDEN — North Montgomery School Corp. is extending coronavirus-related emergency pay another two-and-a-half months for employees affected by the pandemic. Up to 10 days of paid sick time … more

The Montgomery County Health Department will open a clinic to administer COVID-19 vaccine to eligible recipients on Monday The health department will open its first vaccination clinic to the … more
Two Terre Haute residents were arrested Friday morning shortly after an armed robbery at the Speedway Gas Station, 1811 Indianapolis Road. Police received a call at 3:56 a.m. that a man had just … more
The Montgomery County Community Foundation continues to help people who are struggling due to the pandemic, thanks in part to a $10,000 grant from the AT&T Foundation. AT&T’s grant … more
Montgomery County hopes to start administering COVID-19 vaccines next week, health officer Dr. Scott Douglas said. Local health departments are expecting their first shipments of the Moderna … more
Local schools rang back into session this week with higher student numbers than before the holidays, but concerns remain about having enough substitutes to cover for teachers in … more

The Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County will be open by appointment only while the county is in the “red zone” for coronavirus spread, the museum announced. Call 765-362-4618 to … more
The Journal Review confirmed on Wednesday that Stock + Field, a midwest based farm and outdoor retailer, will close its Crawfordsville store at the end of March. Stock + Field, formerly Big R … more
Brayden Smith’s winning streak on “Jeopardy!” came to an end Tuesday, but longtime fans are praising the locally-connected contestant as late host Alex Trebek’s last great … more
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Crawfordsville’s police and fire departments are adding new vehicles to their fleets. The Crawfordsville Board of Public Works and Safety approved bids for the vehicles during its regular … more

Thirty-six probationary troopers graduated from the 80th Indiana State Police Academy on Dec. 19, 2020. Two of those probationary troopers have been assigned to the Indiana State Police Lafayette … more
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