LAGRO — Members of the Wabash Saddle Club gathered together on Saturday and Sunday for a show benefiting, in part, Riley’s Hospital for Children.
Randy Bellamy is one of many historic re-enactors in Huntington County.
Huntington University began its fall semester on Monday with students hurrying to and from class across the institution’s 160 acres.
ANDREWS — The first few days of the Andrews Summer Festival were hampered by the weather, but organizers were confident the annual event would gain more traction on the final day.
The Historic Forks of the Wabash hosted its annual Senior Day on Tuesday to give seniors, and people of all ages, a chance to take a tour of the buildings and park grounds that usu
BY MEGAN GREVE
The New Huntington Theater began with their two-week run of Ron Hutchinson’s “Moonlight and Magnolias” Thursday night, their second major work at the recently renovated venue.
School started again today for Huntington County community schools and with kids back on school busses officials say both students and other motorists should remember the traffic a
Huntington North High School head boys’ tennis coach Blake Childs said 2014 is “going to be a very competitive year” for his Viking squad.
Crossroad Connections, an organization founded by Huntington local Valerie Fields, held its second annual “Back 2 School Blast” at Hier’s park this Saturday.
Norwood Health and Rehabilitation Center had its first Summer Family and Friends Celebration this Thursday at its front grounds.
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HNHS 2014 graduation
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