In a small room at the local YMCA this week, with a small table of food, another for brochures and a third of like-minded women, change began for newborns.
A live adaptation of a beloved educational cartoon series came to the Honeywell Center as two performances of "Schoolhouse Rock Live!" entertained roughly 1,800 on Wednes
Their uniforms are neat and their shoes and instruments are polished, but The United States Army Field Band & Soldiers' Chorus was able to keep things light this weekend in
A meeting of the Lagro Township Advisory Board was called by Township Trustee Andy Delong on Tuesday, but no public notice of the meeting was posted.
NORTH MANCHESTER — Coming all of the way up from Indianapolis on Wednesday was Dr. Paul Halverson to discuss the vague, encompassing topic of public health.
Those who braved the Saturday snow were able to enjoy the Wabash County Historical Museum's first Family Fun Day of the year.
Recently across Indiana, $1.65 million were awarded to 18 career/vocational institutions, one of which was Wabash County’s own Heartland Career Center (HCC).
Much like the nearly four years of his life devoted to The Children's Museum of Indianapolis (CMI), Wabash native A.J. Morrison educated and entertained a crowd this week.
It might have taken a few months for Tom Cochran and his hundreds of roommates to find a new place, but they finally did earlier this week.
Hundreds of area students didn't know it Tuesday, but a best-selling book was about to be brought to life right in front of them by six 20-somethings.
Area middle and high school students gathered Saturday at the Honeywell Center at this year's Circle the State with Song choral festival.
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