The weather was perfect for the Historic Forks of the Wabash Pioneer Festival this past weekend.
The Huntington North High School football team had a lead heading into the fourth quarter but went scoreless in the fourth as West Lafayette Harrison took a 25-22 win.
Huntington North High School celebrated its Homecoming game starting with a parade down Jefferson Street on Friday that featured participants from nearly every school across the co
Feeding America’s nationwide Hunger Action Month campaign is coming to an end, but in Huntington the call to feeding the hungry doesn’t stop after September.
Huntington students had the special opportunity this week of watching and learning from an archeologist doing some excavation work at the Historic Forks of the Wabash.
Huntington County has a number of ways for people to get rid of their unused or expired medications in ways that will keep them both off the streets and out of the water supply.
The Youth Services Bureau of Huntington County hosted its annual Walk for Hope, an event that raises awareness for suicide prevention on Saturday, and even with a torrential downpo
Downtown Huntington has seen a lot of work this year with projects, mostly focusing on water or gas lines.
Flint Springs Elementary School kindergarten teacher Audrey Fetters has been named one of 10 finalists for the Indiana Department of Education’s 2015 Teacher of the Year Award.
The crowds cheered this weekend as men in shining armor atop mighty steeds splintered lance after lance as they competed for glory and honor at the jousting event during the Flint
The Huntington County Chamber of Commerce is beginning a new program that will encourage people to shop local.
After serving the Huntington City Police Department for 21 years, Police Chief EJ Carroll has announced his retirement.
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HNHS 2014 graduation
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