Elizabethan era robes, dresses and traditions, Christmas carols and cheer will ring in the holiday season at the Honeywell Center next week.
A large bag of food cradled in his arms, volunteer Frank Edwards walked a family to their car idling in the Wabash Christ United Methodist Church parking lot Tuesday afternoon.
The first snowfall of the season was recorded over the weekend for much of Indiana.
The shops of downtown Wabash were filled with festive spirits, colorful lights and holiday décor this weekend with the return of Nights to Remember.
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It was a bitter cold Friday morning, but that didn't stop more than 100 from the Northfield community to turn out to remember one of their own who recently died.
Several Southwood Jr. - Sr. High School students will visit the French Embassy this weekend to honor the victims of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
Hundreds gathered in the seats of the Honeywell Center's Ford Theater on Thursday evening for the 2015 Winter Street Banner Contest awards ceremony.
In its heyday, the dilapidated tan-brick building at the intersection of Cass and Water streets saw trucks from near and afar moving in and out of its doors every day.
A group of high schoolers stand next to each other, strategically moving their arms and legs and saying intentional nonsense in the form of "beeps" and "boops."
A small group of pastime crocheters will donate 850 homemade caps to local children this winter.
Lights twinkled in white and pink fabric draped along the walls of the Honeywell Center's Legacy Hall on Saturday evening, beckoning attendees inside to tables featuring a white an
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