At approximately 1:45 p.m. Monday, Henry County emergency personnel were called to the 6900 block of North 300 West in Middletown for a serious injury traffic accident involving a passenger car and a motorcycle.
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.
Retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Dave Grossman wants to do “for the mind and spirit what body armor does for the torso.”
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.
Henry Community Health will reopen its COVID-19 Vaccine clinic beginning Monday, Sept. 27. The clinic will be offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster at its main hospital campus Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer ended Tuesday. Into Autumn we go. Pumpkins, festivals, and other spooky fall events will be going on throughout the next couple of months.
Work on the Henry County Expo Center started years ago. The “small” conference center is up, with fundraising continuing for the rest of the complex on County Road 100 N.
Knightstown’s Stephanie Probst found help in the Pink Ribbon Connection while she was battling breast cancer.
The Tri High Alumni Association, athletic department and school corporation are holding a celebration of fall sports entitled, “Tri High – Remembering Our Past, Celebrating Our Future.”
The Henry County Health Department received word Tuesday night that the county’s COVID-19 status has turned Red.
The New Castle Career Center (NCCC) EMT & Public Safety career program added another tool to help train students – a retired working ambulance.
The 21st annual Raintree Ride, sponsored by Healthy Communities of Henry County, is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 25, starting at the Henry County YMCA, 300 Wittenbraker Avenue in New Castle.
Tired of making the same, boring chicken? One lucky Courier-Times reader will receive inspiration from “The Chicken Bible,” compliments of America’s Test Kitchen.
With the Henry County Expo Center recommitment happening Sunday, now seems like a good time to look back at how the Expo Center got to this point.
New Castle’s Jon Eberhart (7) sees a big hole to run through while teammate Clay Joplin (64) blocks host Yorktown’s Griffin Miller (51) and Kody Smitherman (73) and Shaun Moore (88) also provide blocks during Friday night’s HHC football game. Eberhart carried the ball 19 times for 159 yards …
The Indiana House of Representatives has released a proposed map for the 100 districts, following the new census information.
Carthage celebrated the BEST Freedom Festival in recent years on Sept. 11. The streets were lined with local residents and visitors all day! There were a plethora of activities to participate in, foods to try, vendors to visit, a silent auction to bid at, entertainment throughout the day and…
The Henry County Expo Center board wants the community to come out Sunday afternoon and see the progress they’ve made with the new convention center by Memorial Park.
Workers are currently in the process of putting up a new Duke Energy communication tower on Q Avenue. Construction for the actual tower is done, however it’s completion is expected in a few weeks for extra ground work. The tower is located across the street from the Grace Baptist Church.
When its doors opened, New Castle’s first school was little more than a log cabin on the edge of a dense forest. It was winter, 1823, when a teacher named Richard Huff began conducting classes at the southwest corner of 12th and Church streets.
“[This] is exactly what public health officials have been warning the public about since the beginning of the pandemic,” Angela Cox said of the news that Henry County’s hospital is almost full from COVID-19 patients.