Hoosiers can now register a vehicle, renew a license or more in Spanish at more than 50 self-service kiosks across the state, Indiana’s Bureau of Motor Vehicles announced Wednesday.

Marion National Cemetery to host Memorial Day Ceremony

Caring for the environment through recycling comes with some interesting local stories and emerging trends.

Nurse honored for excellent care with Daisy Award

Memorial Day weekend is one of the busiest travel weekends of the year. In 2017, the automotive group AAA estimated that 40 million Americans would travel 50 miles or more on Memorial Day weekend. Those estimates also projected that 34.6 million vehicles would be used to make those trips.

WABASH — It will be a hometown hero’s welcome next week. American Idol contestant Zachariah Smith will perform a special concert at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 3 at the Honeywell Center, 275 W. Market St., Wabash.

The first of six federal inmate holds have arrived at the county jail, Huntington County Sheriff Christian Newton reported to the Huntington County Commissioners last week.

Librarian to present insightful genealogical resource on June 7

On May 10 several senior Huntington North High School students were awarded vocational scholarships during a luncheon held in the HNHS library.

The location of the Huntington County Veterans Office Memorial Day military service has changed to Crestview Middle School Auditeria, according to a recent press release.

Attorneys for a former Huntington University cross-country coach have requested to change the venue for his upcoming sexual battery case because of too much publicity.

HU Faculty/Students work published in national journal

Canoe floating on the Mississinewa

An unexpected problem during the Huntington North High School cafeteria construction project resulted in changing dates and times of the 2023 Senior Expo and Memorial Day Ceremony.

The spotted lanternfly egg mass scraping continues in Huntington County, according to a recent report from the Department of Natural Resources.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s 58-page decision in National Pork Producers Council v. Ross on May 11 ruled a challenge to a California law forbidding “the in-state sale of whole pork meat that comes from breeding pigs (or their immediate offspring) that are “confined in a cruel manner,” didn’t hav…

The Huntington Veterans Service Office named Chief Warrant Officer Bobby Blair as its Veteran of the Quarter during a Huntington County Commissioner’s meeting Monday.

Business was hopping as Andy Ecklebarger and Jan Vardaman of Fort Wayne enter their fourth season as Twisted Smoke J2BBQ a Food Truck recently parked at the LC Nature Park during its Trillium Fest.

Ivy Tech awards instructors

Indiana’s powerful electric utility companies exited the state’s recent legislative session wielding key legislative victories though it might take years to know the ultimate ramifications.

ATLANTA — The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) recently announced that businesses of all sizes and residents in Indiana with damage from severe storms, straight-line winds and tornadoes that occurred March 31 through April 1 to apply for the federal disaster loan program by June 14.

The Huntington North High School Theater Department will be performing the popular musical “Little Shop of Horrors” this weekend.

Huntington to resurface 16 streets

Located in Midtown off of Jefferson Street is HG Market on Vine and Coffee d’Vine where on Friday, April 14, 2023, business owners and the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting.

Hundreds of people showed up from around the area Saturday for the official opening at Roanoke’s LC Nature Park Trillium Fest.

Veterans to celebrate Armed Forces Day

Theatre Guild auditions

The sun was warm and bright as Robert Knorr, executive director and founder of Harmony Home in Huntington city, marked the organization’s opening of its third men’s recovery home with a Huntington County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting.

Despite billions in state reserves, fixed income retirees who are part of the Indiana public pension program won’t be getting a bonus benefit from the legislature this year.