Most of us remember where we were and what we were doing on the evening of June 17, 2015, when nine African American parishioners at Charleston’s Emanuel AME Church were gunned down during a Bible study.
If Marion City Council approves a proposed tax abatement for Advanced Cabinet Systems, the company won’t pay an estimated $57,000 in property taxes over five years. Marion taxpayers will.
San Francisco and six Bay Area counties, with a combined population of nearly 7 million, are under “shelter-in-place” orders directing everyone to basically stay inside their homes for the next three weeks in hopes of suppressing the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the region.
This weekend brought a breath of fresh air when it comes to the information being provided to the public regarding the novel coronavirus strain wreaking havoc on America.
The COVID-19 pandemic put an abrupt end to face-to-face interaction in schools across Grant County, but school administrations need to take the final weeks of the school year seriously to make sure students don’t fall behind.
A heartbreaking story emerged this weekend that has many in Marion praying for residents and staff working at Colonial Oaks Health and Rehabilitation after two residents died while battling COVID-19.
President Donald Trump’s campaign against journalists grew to a crescendo this weekend as he devoted a majority of his tweets to scolding any media organization that isn’t acting fully as a propaganda arm to his reelection campaign.
Nearly 1.5 million new Americans filed for unemployment last week, according to government reports released Thursday. Meanwhile, more than 24,000 Hoosiers filed for unemployment benefits within a one-week period reported June 13.