INDIANAPOLIS — A group of 20 students have recently embarked on a journey not only to the state capital, but also through the nation’s rights and laws.
Nationwide gas prices are down drastically compared to last year and even last month, but a college professor believes that trend will probably continue.
The National Institute of Mental Health estimated that as of 2012, nearly one-fifth of Americans had a mental illness and a local is looking to spread the word by promoting a film.
Seniors Helpers opened a facility in Wabash and the Wabash Chamber of Commerce celebrated the business with a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday.
The Economic Development Group of Wabash County Inc., (EDG) announced on Friday that a successor has been named for current President and CEO Bill Konyha.
Visitors at the Heartland Career Center got complimentary services and refreshments at an open house 9-11 a.m. and 1-6 p.m. Thursday.
LAKETON -- Manchester Intermediate sixth grade students got to use their "passports" Wednesday morning to learn about other countries.
For more than a quarter of a century, Terry Hall has traveled up from Indianapolis to Wabash County to teach thousands of youth an important lesson.
NORTH MANCHESTER - Timbercrest Senior Living Community's Second Annual Festival of Trees may not have had as many trees as its inauguration, but that didn't stop visitors or reside
Cannonball Lanes celebrated opening a new family dining area at 11:30 a.m. Friday, with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
What started out as talk in a coffee shop has turned into a chance for local young artists to turn a hobby into a living.
NORTH MANCHESTER — Manchester University President Dave McFadden had the crowd countdown from five to light the 45-foot-tall blue spruce tree in front of the Jo Young Switzer Cente
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