WARREN — The Pulse Opera House is going through several changes as it debuts its latest show, "The Diary of Anne Frank."
A group of Huntington North High School parents is currently raising funds for the HNHS post prom event hosted after the school's April 11 dance.
Robert Miller is running for a position on the Huntington City Common Council for one of two at-large positions on the Democratic ticket.
Beginning with Ash Wednesday on Feb. 18 many Christians around the world started the six weeks of Lent, the season that leads up to Easter Sunday.
There are numerous websites and publications detailing everything happening in the world of wine. Sometimes those issues are worth sharing.
Officers responded to the following calls:
The Northeast Indiana region has experienced a good year in 2014, with few closings and many expansions, including several in Huntington County, that helped drive economic development.
The Huntington CountyPurdue Extension is currently putting on free workshops focused on managing money titled "Where Does Your Money Go?"
Some of the cast of "The Diary of Anne Frank" look at a book onset during rehearsal Wednesday evening. The play opens today.
From left, Chad and Denise Kreider listen to Huntington County Purdue Extension Educator Karen Hinshaw as she leads a workshop titled "Where Does Your Money Go?" on Wednesday. The workshop is designed to educate individuals on the way they spend their funds.
Chickpea and Butternut Squash Fritters served over mixed greens tossed with hazelnuts is a delightful way to enjoy plant-based protein-rich foods as a main dish.
Robert Ritchie, technical support specialist, plays the guitar and leads the story time group in a round of "Pig on Her Head" with the help of Jan Perkins, children and young adult librarian, at the Huntington City-Township Public Library Tuesday morning. The library is working on a strategic plan to better fit the library to what the community wants.
Justin Beihold, left, recently received an honorable mention and Makenzie Kline, right, received a Silver Key awardfor their entries in the regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards earlier this year.
Former Veterans of Foreign Wars National Commander Billy Thein delivers a speech to those gathered to honor several individuals associated with VFW Post 2689 Saturday night. Thein was one of several members of the VFW and county government to speak about the importance of the post and the community service it provides.
Dan Juergens, owner of Juergens Do-It Center, displays some products last winter for preventing pipes from freezing.
Girl Scout Charity Barton takes money from a customer purchasing Girl Scout cookies Saturday morning as troop leader Jamie Shenefield, left, and Girl Scouts Emma Johnthan (in pink) and Anastasia Eckinger (in blue) look on. Shenefield said the girls gain many skills from selling Girl Scout cookies.