Many downtown New Castle drivers have wondered what is going to happen with the former home of Henry County Emergency Medical Service on Broad Street.
STATEHOUSE — State Rep. Tom Saunders (R-Lewisville) urges Hoosiers to join the thousands who are already taking advantage of Indiana’s Next Level Jobs certificate program to skill up at no cost and obtain a higher-paying job.
Spiceland Town Council President Pam Stigall announced at the end of Tuesday’s meeting that she is resigning from the council. Stigall is moving to Oregon to be close to family.
The Spiceland Town Council had a public hearing Tuesday for their proposed 2020 budget as part of its regular meeting.
New Castle City Council member Jerry Walden has been staying busy. He’s been digging deeper into the Henry County Comprehensive Plan and looking at ways to make New Castle and Henry County a more desirable place to be.
The Henry County Commissioners had plenty on their agenda Wednesday night. The courthouse was practically a ghost town during the quick meeting.
The Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources has awarded more than $300,000 in grants to dozens of Indiana fire stations, including the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department.
It is no secret that the Knightstown Parks and Recreation Department has stepped their game up, as have the Park Advisory Committee (PAC) and the volunteers who help them in the process.
Construction on the new Henry County jail is on schedule. Construction has ran really smoothly considering all the back orders and all the trouble it has been to get materials in the past year.
The Henry County Council will work with an outside agency when figuring out how to spend more than $9 million from the American Rescue Plan. (ARP)
The Henry County Commissioners had a hefty agenda at their meeting on Wednesday night, including a quote to fix the large air conditioning units in the back of the Old Circuit Courtroom in the Henry County Courthouse.
The Henry County New Castle Economic Development Corporation (EDC) has been working on many different things as of late. Besides grants and regional ideas, the EDC is also focusing on their latest objective: local tourism.
The coronavirus Delta variant has been on a lot of peoples minds. Vaccinated or not, in favor of masks or not, it’s been one of the major talking points in America the last few weeks.
The Knightstown Town Council had more than enough on their plate at their meeting last week, including the sponsorship of the Knightstown Fall Kids Club and the possibility of upgraded mowers every year.