The Marion High School guidance counselor facing charges involving an alleged inappropriate relationship with a minor is considered low risk and could be released from jail soon as he awaits trial, according to court documents.
UPLAND — The award-winning documentary “Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound” will screen on March 5 at 7 p.m., in the Boren Campus Center’s Cornwall Auditorium at Taylor University as the kickoff event of Taylor’s Envision Film Festival March 5-7. The film was edited by Taylor graduate …
INDIANA STATEHOUSE — State Rep. Tony Cook (R-Cicero) was recently selected to serve on a new task force to boost civic engagement in local communities.
JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska — The Indiana National Guard is participating in joint force exercise Arctic Eagle 2020 in Alaska, alongside numerous civilian and federal agencies with approximately 900 other Air and Army National Guardsmen from 15 states Feb. 20 to March. 7.
MARION — Sheriffs are searching for dozens of 2020 Student Advisors For Educating Tomorrow’s Youth (S.A.F.E.T.Y) Leaders for their Youth Ranch now under development for future law enforcement officers, at-risk kids, young witnesses and victims of crime.
Renovation plans are continuing at Marion Community Schools (MCS), as officials announced a $1.3 million project at the regular board meeting Tuesday.
MARION — Family Service Society, Inc. will be hosting the 30th Annual Crystal Ball on Saturday, Feb. 29 at Meshingomesia Country Club at 6 pm. The Crystal Ball is a fundraiser that benefits services and programming provided by Family Service Society, Inc. to help change lives for good.
WASHINGTON, DC –Congresswoman Susan Brooks (IN-05) and Congresswoman Betty McCollum (MN-04), co-chairs of the Global Health Caucus, have introduced a resolution in support of the live-saving work of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations (GAVI).
INDIANAPOLIS — The individual tax season is upon us and while that may sound scary, dealing with a ghost tax preparer is downright frightening.
INDIANAPOLIS — Through the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, more than $60 million is available in federal funds to support public and nonprofit organizations that provide services to Indiana crime victims.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana storms in the spring and summer can produce potentially damaging weather which can cause flooding. Winter storms also can make Hoosiers vulnerable. Ice dams and snow melt can cause flash floods, which are generally not covered by regular homeowners’ insurance policies,…
UPLAND — Syndicated Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson is among the featured presenters at this weekend’s CARE Conference: Vulnerable Children and Viable Communities at Taylor University, sponsored by Taylor’s Orphans and Vulnerable Children’s (OVC) Program.
Grant County can expect up to 6 inches of snow and quickly changing temperatures as snow continues to fall today and tomorrow, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
A dead body was found in the 2000 block of South Meridian Street in Marion at approximately 8 a.m. Tuesday, according to Marion Police Department Deputy Chief and Grant County Coroner Stephen Dorsey.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Law Enforcement is looking to fill Indiana Conservation Officer (ICO) positions across the state with highly motivated, outdoor-centered individuals.
A Marion High School counselor is facing multiple felony charges after police discovered he was allegedly involved in an inappropriate relationship with a juvenile.
While brides and grooms may stress and pour over every little detail about their wedding day, few people may care about the elements of the day if the food and dessert options are overlooked.
Grant County Council agreed to help local schools get a school safety app program off the ground but declined to fund the program on an ongoing basis.
On Saturday, the Grant County Rescue Mission (GCRM) will demonstrate its commitment to create empathy and support for those in need in the community.
Grant County elections officials are preparing for an extensive campaign to inform the community about the transition to vote centers for the November election.
While some details remain up in the air, Grant County officials are moving forward with a plan to renovate the Juvenile Detention Center (D-Home) to house adult female inmates and 14 juvenile beds.