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The Crawfordsville District Public Library is reopening its meeting rooms. The library board on Thursday gave the green light for resuming community meetings with capacity limits and other … more
FISH has launched a meal delivery service for eligible seniors who don’t have transportation to the food pantry. The program is part of a year-long pilot project with Lafayette-based Food … more
Each year, thousands of volunteers in Indiana donate their time and energy to make their communities a better place to live. These volunteers will be among the millions across the country who will be … more
The Indiana Public Employers’ Plan Inc. has announced the Town of Linden as a recipient of its 2021 safety grant award. IPEP partners with Utility Superintendent Earl … more

GARY, Ind. — Montgomery County Emergency Management Agency Director Shari Harrington was deployed as part of a task force to set up a mass COVID-19 vaccination site in Gary. Harrington … more
The litter of week-old kittens, four tiny balls of fur, arrived at the Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County after the mother cat was found dead. It’s kitten season, and the babies … more
While much has looked different on the Wabash College campus over the last year, the spirit of brotherhood that unites this campus endures. In celebration of the bonds that make it a special … more
The former Toney Petroleum site, a longtime eyesore whose date with the wrecking ball has been mired in red tape for years, is being demolished. The Crawfordsville Board of Public Works and Safety … more
As he puts on the Crawfordsville Fire Department uniform, Gavin Waddell is carrying on his family’s tradition. Waddell, 18, of Waveland, was sworn in to the department Wednesday, beginning a … more

A multi-vehicle crash Tuesday on State Road 32E, near C.R. 550E, seriously injured a teen from Crawfordsville. According to a press release issued by Montgomery County Sheriff Ryan Needham, … more
The City of Crawfordsville plans to continue inspecting rental properties this summer after halting the checkups due to COVID-19, Mayor Todd Barton said Monday. The random inspections are part of … more
With Distracted Driving Awareness Month underway, the Crawfordsville Police Department is joining law enforcement agencies across the state and nation for a one-day (24-hour) enforcement campaign … more
Some local businesses began taking down their mask signs Tuesday after the state’s mask order was lifted, leaving the decision in the hands of local communities. Crawfordsville and … more
April has been designated nationally as Safe Baby Haven Month, a time to recognize safe alternatives to infant abandonment by promoting Safe Haven laws. The National Safe Haven Alliance says 4,295 … more

The Crawfordsville District Public Library building will be closed to the public for three days beginning Monday through Wednesday for replacement of and repairs to several windows in the clearstory … more
Bane-Welker Equipment is thrilled to announce an expansion of the company in Ohio. Bane-Welker has purchased the sales and service areas of the Evolution Ag dealerships in Circleville, Utica and … more
When Olivet Nazarene University Adjunct Professor of Education Mark Eutsler, Ph.D., Ed.D., of Linden was assigned to write a course entitled, Strategic Thinking and Managerial Leadership, he … more
Survivors of suicide loss walked through downtown Crawfordsville Monday to share the message that mental health matters. Local group The Honest Woman kicked off A Walk of Hope from Pike Place to … more
Governor Eric Holcomb announced recently that the state mask mandate and other restrictions will end Tuesday, leaving the option open for local officials to implement greater restrictions if they are … more

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