A conference center could be coming to southern Indiana, depending on the findings a newly-approved feasibility study. Following a search process that resulted in eight applications, SoIN Tourism’s board of managers has selected Chicago-based real estate and hospitality firm Johnson Consulting Inc. to conduct the study.
The union representing employees affected by a Nevada-based company's decision to cease operations at its Jeffersonville facility is speaking out.
The route is expected to be open to traffic by the end of 2021.
Officials in southern Indiana are mulling over the idea of a new conference center.
Charlestown receives over 100 acres from River Ridge Development Authority.
Prosecutors allege the man broke into the Jeffersonville home of 46-year-old Tammy Jo Blanton in September 2014, and that he raped her, fatally stabbed her and ate parts of her body.
Schnatter began his restaurant business decades ago in Jeffersonville, where he opened the first Papa John's.
The state’s Department of Child Services is under fire. But, changes are coming to the system plagued by issues. Gov. Eric Holcomb recently signed into law a bill promising a bill of rights for foster parents.
The man allegedly molested 19 children between the ages of 3 and 8 last fall while working at a YMCA and as an elementary school teaching assistant.
Begin is being held on 24 molestation charges involving 17 children ranging in age from 3 to 7.