Sept. 30: Artist reception

The Bendix CVS Solar PV System recently earned the 2022 Indiana Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence the 2022 Governor’s Award for Environmental Excellence in energy efficiency and renewable resources, according to Bendix, the State of Indiana, the Indiana Department of Environmenta…

The Youth Services Bureau recently held its 35th Year Open House Celebration on September 8, 2022, with about 50 people attending, according to Jan Williams, executive director of YSB. The evening included honoring its 2002 annual recognition award winners.

Huntington Mayor Richard Strick signed a proclamation Friday recognizing Blessings in a Backpack’s Huntington chapter and its mission to feed the hungry, according to the city’s website.

The Association of Indiana Counties (AIC) recently announced that Huntington County Surveyor Jay Poe received the 2022 Outstanding Surveyor Award. The award recognized his contributions made to county government throughout his years of public service.

The Huntington County Community School Corporation (HCCSC) expects to meet Monday, Sept. 26, 2022, at 7 p.m. at the Salamonie Elementary School, at 1063 E. 900 S, Warren meeting room.

The City of Huntington congratulates Huntington University on its 125th Anniversary and was proud to be part of a celebratory ceremony on HU’S campus Wednesday morning on the steps of Becker Hall.

The Huntington County Genealogical Society recently announced it is presenting a combined live and virtual meeting in conjunction with the Marion Public Library (MPL) to discuss genealogy resources.

Sept. 24-25: The Odd Couple

Walmart and Target plan to begin offering deals and price matching offers earlier this year to keep up with Americans pressed by soaring inflation and looking for ways to take the sting out of holiday shopping. Inflation that is hovering near four-decade highs, experts believe, could push families to get an earlier start on shopping with hopes of avoiding even higher prices later. The early marketing plans, announced on Thursday,  come as forecasts point to slower holiday sales growth compared with a year ago. AlixPartners, the global consulting firm, forecasts that holiday sales will be up anywhere from 4% to 7% over last year, The current inflation rate of 8.3% means retailers would see a decrease in real sales.

Anna Dennie, an interpretive naturalist for the Salamonie Lake Center, recently presented a program on Botanical Brews at the Salamonie Lake Interpretive Center in Andrews.

Looking for superman, a viking, maybe a pup cup? Go no further than Jebi’s Ice Cream Shoppe in Roanoke.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is expanding its People’s Garden Initiative to include eligible affiliated gardens nationwide, according to a press release from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Sept. 21: Huntington University 125 years

Sept. 17: The Odd Couple

Only two representatives of the Huntington Classroom Teachers Association attended the testimonial hearings Monday about their teacher’s contract.

The City of Huntington recently announced it will make a Proclamation in honor of Huntington University’s celebrating 125 years of Christ, scholarship and service at 8 a.m. Wednesday, September 21, 2022. Speakers expected at the event are Dr. Sherilyn Emberton, president of Huntington Univer…

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb made a stop in Marion Thursday as General Motors officials announced an investment of nearly half a billion dollars at the local plant.

The Pioneer Festival invites the public to its non-denominational, old-fashioned worship service during the Forks of the Wabash Pioneer Festival on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2022, at the Huntington County Fair Grounds.

Indiana Farm Bureau’s political action committees, ELECT and AgELECT, which are the organization’s federal and state-level, nonpartisan political action committees, recently endorsed 86 candidates for the 2022 general election.

Farmer’s Market and Food Trucks closed for the season

The Andrews Town Council recently swore in a new deputy, Josh Platt. He will be replacing Dean Young, who resigned after accepting a position elsewhere.

In the September 10-11, 2022, issue of The Herald-Press, page A6, Sports section, the headline and caption for the East Noble Tennis Invitational 2022, should read West Noble Tennis Invitational. The paper regrets the error.

The American Legion Post 160 and the Huntington North Marching Band helped lead the way at the Roanoke Parade Saturday afternoon during the Roanoke Fall Festival.

Honor Flight Northeast Indiana (HFNEI) is slated to celebrate its 38th flight to Washington D.C. today, according to Honor Flight Northeast Indiana, Inc.

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When Tiffany Eads, owner of Sweet Treats by 3, found out she won The Herald-Press’s Best of the Greatest this week, she said she was surprised.

Established in 1915 as the Erie Railroad band, Erie Band has played tunes throughout the century and is still active. Chris Whitaker will present on the Erie Band’s origins and history in Huntington County at the Huntington County Historical Society’s September program.

Sept. 10: Roanoke Fall Festival

Hearings to repeal and replace the Flood Damage Prevention Ordinance for Huntington County and to amend a Zoning Ordinance to allow vacation rentals are expected to take place this week.

The Huntington City Council recently approved ordinances and a resolution to add 60.2 acres in residential land the Huntington.

Currently finishing up his second term on the Huntington County Community School Corporation school board and vying for a seat on the Huntington County Council Dist. 4 is Brian Warpup.

Flooding is a natural disaster that often strikes with little, if any, warning. The environmental awareness site Natural Rivers states that floods are the most common natural hazard in North America in terms of number of lives lost and property damage. Floods can occur day or night and any t…

Children and parents often look forward to the dawn of a new school year. But before the first homeroom session took place, parents may need to take their students clothes shopping, especially with Labor Day sales and beyond.