The Environmental Public Health Office of the Henry County Health Department conducted four temporary inspections and one water loss inspections during the third week of July. County inspectors identified one critical violation during that time period.

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He was described as a dedicated public servant, a retired educator who had rolled up his sleeves and worked tirelessly to research complex issues on behalf of his community. A true leader who helped Henry County earn a “Stellar” reputation and a $333,000 prize. A man of Christian faith.

Sometimes, as Scottish poet Robert Burns wrote, “the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” No one knows this better today in the city of New Castle than Street Department Supt. Lee Walker.

The Environmental Public Health Office of the Henry County Health Department conducted four routine inspections, two temporary inspection and two complaint inspections during the first week of July. County inspectors identified six critical and seven non-critical violations during that time period.

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The Northern Indiana Public Service Co.(NIPSCO) announced plans this month for two new solar farms – including one in Henry County – that are expected to be in operation by mid-2023.

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Just a few hours after Gov. Eric Holcomb announced his plans to sign an executive order requiring all Hoosiers to wear face masks out in public, the proverbial gloves came off at a joint meeting of the Henry County Commissioners and Council.

With status of the police chief and multiple resignations behind them, Knightstown Council members are looking toward the community’s law enforcement future. A recent meeting with other departments provided ideas of “merit” — literally speaking.

In the former New Castle National Guard Armory verbal battles continued to rage Monday night between some members of the City Council and Mayor Greg York over how city finances are handled.

The Environmental Public Health Office of the Henry County Health Department conducted four routine inspections, two temporary inspection and two complaint inspections during the first week of July. County inspectors identified six critical and seven non-critical violations during that time period.

KNIGHTSTOWN — An essentially new Knightstown Police Department continues to make its presence known.

SPICELAND—Interest rates are at historic lows. Water and electricity needs are reaching higher levels. The future of both utilities became present concerns at the July meeting of the Spiceland Town Council.

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Henry County Council member Kenon Gray said some people are seeing racism in a Facebook post that was meant to be a simple political statement.

The Blue River Valley School Corporation is accepting letters of interest for the Blue River Valley school board seat that was vacated by the resignation of a board member.

The Environmental Public Health Office of the Henry County Health Department conducted 10 routine inspections, one pre-operational inspection and six COVID-19 education inspection during the last week of June. County inspectors identified 16 critical and nine non-critical violations during t…

KNIGHTSTOWN — The Charles A. Beard School Corporation is accepting letters of interest for the Greensboro Township school board seat that was vacated by the resignation of Steve Ferrell.

The Environmental Public Health Office of the Henry County Health Department conducted five routine inspections and one COVID-19 education inspection during the last week of June. County inspectors identified two critical and four non-critical violations during that time period.

SPICELAND — Keeping the town motto in mind, Spiceland Town Council members approved a comprehensive plan recently that emphasizes its “one and only” charm.

INDIANAPOLIS — Governor Eric J. Holcomb is reminding drivers that beginning today, July 1, Indiana law will prohibit drivers holding mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, in their hands while driving to reduce distracted driving and improve safety on Hoosier roadways.