The relationships you build with people can really bring a town together. That togetherness, respect and gratitude was on display Monday night between Robert Dye and the New Castle City Council.

The Henry County Council is planning special work sessions in the coming weeks to take a closer look at a few items they heard about at March’s regular meeting.

“We want our ordinances to reflect reality. What we have in the ordinances doesn’t reflect what our communities really are,” Zoning Administrator Darrin Jacobs said, explaining why he wants to change this county building codes.

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Surgery is scheduled later this week for Henry County Sheriff’s Deputy David Kindred to repair facial injuries suffered in a February altercation with a fleeing suspect. Had it not been for a valiant reserve officer, however, Kindred’s family might have been facing something far worse – plan…

Some broad-ranging legislation is still on the table at the Indiana Statehouse as the 2021 legislative session enters a home stretch. “Broad” as in have the governor’s powers been too broad during the pandemic? Or “broad,” as in broadband and the need to provide greater access for Indiana’s …

Ever since U.S. Vice President Charles Fairbanks came to New Castle for the groundbreaking of a new Maxwell-Briscoe Automobile Factory in 1907, this city’s manufacturing ability has put it on many maps.

Six-State Trooper Project underway through Saturday

It’s no secret that the town of Spiceland is having drainage troubles. It’s been a problem for quite some time and town council president Darrin Jacobs has been well aware of this issue.

Sen. Mike Gaskill, who represents the northern third of Henry County, talked recently about several pandemic-related bills that have generated discussion in this year’s Indiana General Assembly.