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Though it's hot and sunny now, the Homeless Coalition of Southern Indiana is already thinking ahead to freezing cold nights. [Read More]
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Jeffersonville city officials are vying to bring Louisville Metro Government's recently launched bicycle sharing program to Southern Indiana. [Read More]
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Construction on the second phase of Bono Road rehabilitation will begin in two or three weeks. [Read More]
A Sellersburg Town Council member is exploring ways to remedy an accusation made against her by a fellow board member that she says is an... [Read More]
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Signs comparing Sellersburg and Flint, the Michigan city now famous for its contaminated water, may be responsible for the large crowd at the town council... [Read More]
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The Paul Ogle Foundation, Inc., is donating $300,000 to the city of Jeffersonville in its efforts to rehabilitate the Nachand Fieldhouse. [Read More]
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A federal judge has approved a $1.23 million settlement between Floyd County officials and former inmates who say they were mistreated by jail staff. [Read More]
A federal judge has approved a $1.23 million settlement between Floyd County officials and former inmates who say they were mistreated by jail staff. [Read More]
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Kyle Megraw's job is tough these days. [Read More]
Kyle Megraw's job is tough these days. [Read More]
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Archaeologists unearthed 17 graves from Clarksville's Stewart-Emery Cemetery during a recent excavation, and they hope to reinter the remains elsewhere in the burial site. [Read More]
Only one lane will be open tonight on Interstate 65 South for construction preparation at the approach to the Lewis and Clark Parkway overpass. [Read More]
Clark County Health Officer Dr. Kevin Burke has announced his retirement from the position after 27 years. [Read More]
Three generations of Kathie Miller's grandparents were buried in Clarksville's Stewart-Emery Cemetery. [Read More]
Three generations of Kathie Miller's grandparents were buried in Clarksville's Stewart-Emery Cemetery. [Read More]
A resident of one of the New Albany homes significantly damaged in a fire Monday night was charged after a confrontation with law enforcement. [Read More]
The living room of an empty public housing unit on Vance Court has holes in the wall, cracks along the baseboard and a sagging ceiling. [Read More]
The grounds of the Clark County 4-H fair were mostly quiet early Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
The New Albany Housing Authority board and interim executive director knowingly violated internal policy and a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development order, according... [Read More]
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