July rainfall combined with June’s historic rains to turn the two months into the second-wettest June and July on record in Indiana, according to the Indiana State Climate Office.
The steeple at Christ Episcopal Church is getting a makeover. Workers from B&R Roofing removed old shingles Monday afternoon from the church on Mulberry Street.
With the start of the new school year, some of the Courier’s youth carriers will be delivering the paper after school. All papers must be delivered by 4:30 p.m.
When relatives of Dr. William Hutchings donated the entirety of his belongings to Historic Madison Inc. 50 years ago, no one examined the items.
Victoria Simpson assisted Animal Tales naturalist Michael Opferman Thursday by holding “Pikachu” a chinchilla during a presentation at the Trimble County Public Library.
Gaming and Leisure Properties Inc. and Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. announced this week that they’ve entered an agreement under which GLPI will acquire Pinnacle’s real estate assets in an all-stock transaction, according to a press release.
Madison Vineyards Estate Winery and Bed & Breakfast, 1456 E. County Road 400-N, owned by Steve and Sandy Palmer, is for sale.
That Book Place, 337 Clifty Dr., owned by Frank and Kim Hall closed on Friday.
Participants in the annual Madison Community Players’ Summer Theater Workshop will present two plays to showcase what they’ve learned during the two-week camp.
Theater fans and history buffs are invited to learn more about a famous local person while immersing themselves in a mystery set in the 1850s.
A public reception for the newest round of ‘The Art of Healing” exhibit will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday in the Seasons Cafe at King’s Daughters’ Hospital.
After retiring from teaching English for 30 years, starting a new chapter of her professional life at a library just made sense to Virgie Dowell.
have a special bond, and love between siblings can often be very
powerful. Of course, it may not always start out that way, particularly
for the older sibling.
More than two dozen volunteers banded together last week to give a mural at Crystal Beach a fresh coat of paint. The group, led by Bonnie Peugeot — a Trimble County art teacher —?included her current and former students and a group of visiting teens from the Ulster Project.