More than 100 peaceful protesters gathered at the corner of Jefferson and Franklin Street by the Huntington County courthouse on Wednesday to demand justice for George Floyd and raise awareness for black oppression.
After a delay in counting votes caused by the number of absentee ballots sent in by voters, the results from the 2020 Primary Election in Huntington County were announced Wednesday.
Organizers of the annual “Ride 2 Provide” fundraiser that raises money to support families in need of assistance for medical or emergency expenses announced that they will continue the event in 2020.
Residents still turned out to the polls for the June 2 Primary Election on Tuesday as increased health safety precautions were implemented to reduce the transmission of COVID-19.
The Huntington North Class of 2020 experienced a number of losses during their educational careers, including the loss of two fellow classmates and friends who seniors decided to raise money for in their memory.
While the Class of 2020 never expected the obstacles they would face in their final chapter at Huntington North, class representatives chose to rise above the challenges alongside their classmates.
Last Friday, the Huntington University Digital Media Arts department held their annual festival of media arts program virtually as COVID-19 restrictions thwarted the in-person ceremony.
Pathfinder Services in Huntington is receiving a $50,000 operating grant from the AWS Foundation to assist the organization with increased costs caused by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Huntington County libraries announced plans to open their doors to patrons beginning June 1 as libraries across the state are allowed to open under phase three.
Jonathan Patrick Jackson, 33, Huntington, charged with habitual traffic violations, a Level 6 felony; operating while intoxicated/endangerment, a Class A misdemeanor; operating while intoxicated, a Class C misdemeanor; and operating with a blood alcohol level (BAC) between .08-.15, a Class A…
The body of a Berne man was identified on Wednesday following an autopsy by the Huntington County Coroner’s Office that ruled his cause of death an accidental drowning.
Uncertainty for the 2020-21 school year, particularly the fall semester, still looms over Huntington County School Corporation, which has begun discussing numerous plans for getting students safely back in the classroom.
The Huntington County Community Foundation (HCCF) congratulated 11 local seniors who were named as the recipients of nearly $14,000 in combined scholarship funds.
A construction worker was killed when a scaffolding gave way and collapsed early Tuesday morning at the State Road 105 Bridge that crosses Salamonie Lake.
Six new cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 were reported in Huntington County as new cases were reported on Friday and Saturday, reflecting a steady rise in testing numbers across the county.
Syanna Bonewitz – Senior Class Vice-President, National Honor Society, Academic Honors Diploma, Academic Letter Recipient – Highest Honors, Freshmen Mentoring.
The Huntington County Community Foundation announced $13,700 in community scholarship funds will be awarded to local seniors from the Class of 2020.
Huntington County Teacher’s Association serves teachers and students in the county of Huntington. They take pride in the great educational services that they provide all students, especially as this year has been an exceptional year with teachers and students ending the year with remote lear…
Huntington County is transitioning into phase three of a five phase reopening plan along with the rest of the state as restrictions as a result of COVID-19 loosen.
A Huntington woman was sentenced to 5.5 years in prison last week after she pleaded guilty to multiple drug related charges including dealing methamphetamine.