A handful of volunteers worked to breath new life into empty Main Street windows Wednesday morning in a project headed by the Main Street Program Design Committee.
A sampling of local real estate agents shows that most believe the Jefferson County housing market is improving.
Andy Wittry joined The Madison Courier newsroom as a Eugene S. Pulliam intern through the Hoosier State Press Association.
The Starving Artist
Collection, 228 E. Main St., opened at its new location recently. The
store, owned by Bruce Merriman, relocated from Scottsburg.
River Valley Bancorp,
the Indiana corporation and holding company for River Valley Financial
Bank, announced on June 16 that it had declared a cash dividend of $0.23
per share of its common stock for earnings attributable to the quarter
ending June 30.
The Thornton Terrace
Health Campus in Hanover has announced the results of its annual
recertification survey from the Indiana Department of Public Health.
Madison Municipal Airport officials expect the majority of work on a nearly half-million dollar taxiway lighting project to be completed later this week, making the airport safer for late-night landings.
Gary Cook waters the flowers at his produce and flower stand on Clifty Drive in front of Kentucky Fried Chicken on Tuesday afternoon. Cook said he has been selling produce for 25 years, and everything he sells comes from local farms and Amish auctions.
A report released last week puts Madison in the middle of the pack of 78 Indiana cities rated for finding a job.
Near the banks on the Kentucky side of the Ohio River, across the street from a pair of antique and decor shops and down the road from the library in Carrollton, sits a teal binder. It’s labeled “Our Journey.”
Bob and Therese Manaugh like to stay busy.
Jefferson County Public Library director Mark Mellang greeted guests during an open house in the library auditorium Thursday. Mellang, of Rising Sun, became the library’s new director on May 18.
At the end of a long boardroom table sits a woman dressed in blue. Around the room are images of the Hanover College campus this woman has led for the past eight years. But in just a few short weeks, she’ll be leaving this 650-acre campus and boardroom behind to move on to the next chapter of her life.
About 400 people joined forces Saturday morning to give back to the environment during an event sponsored by Arvin Sango Inc.
Southwestern Schools Superintendent Steve Telfer has devoted his working life to education.