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Forum addresses crime, panhandling on Kirkwood

By By Megan Banta 812-331-4368 | mbanta@heraldt.com Addressing recent community concerns about conduct on East Kirkwood Avenue cannot be solely a city issue, Bloomington City Council member Steve Volan told a standing-room-only crowd in the council cha Source: Forum addresses crime, panhandling on Kirkwood     

Community Job Fair set for June 16

By rholtz@jrpress.com(Rick Holtz) In response to the growing number of local job opportunities and in an effort to match those looking for employment with available opportunities the City of Crawfordsville is proud to announce its fir Source: Community Job Fair set for June 16     

School board accepts asst. superintendent resignation

It’s official — the Fayette County School Corporation will be on the hunt for a new assistant superintendent. Source: School board accepts asst. superintendent resignation     

Residential drug treatment center coming to western Wayne Co.

CAMBRIDGE CITY — A much needed residential residential drug treatment facility will be coming to the intersection of Interstate 70 and Indiana 1 with construction set to begin this summer. Source: Residential drug treatment center coming to western Wayne Co.     

Let me freshen up

The streets in Connersville received a touch-up Wednesday. Source: Let me freshen up     

Indiana economic groups endorse Mounds Lake project

MUNCIE — Economic development organizations in eight central Indiana counties say they support the proposed $450 million Mounds Lake Reservoir project. Source: Indiana economic groups endorse Mounds Lake project     

Heroin Is Here working to stop drugs in Wayne Co., area

Jim Cohen, a member of Wayne County’s Heroin is Here initiative, told the Cambridge City Town Council on Monday there is a need for such a residential drug treatment facility in the county as Recovery Works. Source: Heroin Is Here working to stop drugs in Wayne Co., area     

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Public’s choice winner

Linda Cromey recently won the Public’s Choice for her photo submission in the LaPorte County Historical Society’s “Abandoned Structures of LaPorte County” photo contest. Read more at nwi.com/laporte. Source: Public’s choice winner     

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Warm summer weather here

By STAFF REPORT PRINCETON—Wednesday’s high temperature in the low 90s was one of the hottest days of 2015 so far. Source: Warm summer weather here     

New Town Hall closing date July 1

By QUICHE MATCHEN Staff writer FORT BRANCH—Fort Branch Town Council has less than a month until they close on their new town hall/police department on July 1. Source: New Town Hall closing date July 1     

Oakland City Hog Roast set for Saturday

By JIMMY POTTS Staff report OAKLAND CITY— Oakland City’s sixth annual hog roast Saturday is from 2-10 p.m. Saturday at New Lake. Source: Oakland City Hog Roast set for Saturday     

Holiday Foods seeks tax abatement

By QUICHE MATCHEN Staff writer FORT BRANCH—Fort Branch Holiday Foods owners want to rebuild the grocery store that burned to the ground, and they’re seeking property tax incentives. Source: Holiday Foods seeks tax abatement     

Ebooks for kids available in OC

By JIMMY POTTS Staff writer OAKLAND CITY— A month after its first launch, Oakland City/Columbia Township Library’s ebook program is available to area children. Source: Ebooks for kids available in OC     

Daily weather almanac: June 11, 2015

By H-T Report YESTERDAY Source: Daily weather almanac: June 11, 2015     

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Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee mid-June into July 2015

By editor CBGC auction is Friday Source: Culver and Lake Maxinkuckee mid-June into July 2015     

Road closing for auto show

By Herald-Times South Auto Mall Road, from East Buick Cadillac Road to 845 South Auto Mall Road, will be closed from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday for an auto show at Curry Auto Center celebrating the dealership’s 100th Source: Road closing for auto show     

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The King’s Brass delights with gospel, pop music

By By Tyler Juranovich tjuranovich@chronicle-tribune.com Tim Zimmerman and The King’s Brass returned to Marion for the second time in two years, bringing a mix of gospel, jazz and pop music to Indiana Wesleyan University. Source: The King’s Brass delights with gospel, pop music     

New pool still making a splash

By By Jenny McNeece jmcneece@suncommercial.com It’s been a good first two weeks at the Rainbow Beach Aquatics Center. Source: New pool still making a splash     

Marion expands preschool program

By By Jillian Fellows jfellows@chronicle-tribune.com Thanks to additional Title I funding, Marion Community Schools will expand its Little Giants preschool program next year. Source: Marion expands preschool program     

HHS chief: Onus on Congress, states if health aid annulled

By By ALAN FRAM Associated Press WASHINGTON — It will be up to Congress and the states to respond should the Supreme Court annul federal subsidies that are a cornerstone of President Barack Obama’s health care law, the administration Source: HHS chief: Onus on Congress, states if health aid annulled     

Food, shelter found for 28 dogs

By By Lisa Trigg Terre Haute Tribune-Star A heart-breaking story of 28 dogs left alone by their owner for more than a month in a feces-strewn Brazil home has prompted an outpouring of support from people wanting to help the animals have a bet Source: Food, shelter found for 28 dogs     

Court News for Thursday, June 11, 2015

Knox Circuit Court Source: Court News for Thursday, June 11, 2015     

Cops as waiters raise cash for cause

By Herald-Times Last Wednesday evening, Indiana State Police troopers from the Bloomington Post participated in the “Tip-A-Cop” fundraiser to benefit Special Olympics of Indiana. The event was at Texas Roadhouse in B Source: Cops as waiters raise cash for cause     

Cloverdale board OKs RIFs

By By Sabrina Westfall Greencastle Banner-Graphic CLOVERDALE — The Cloverdale Community School Corporation voted to approve a series of reductions in force at Monday’s monthly meeting. Source: Cloverdale board OKs RIFs     

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SPORTS: Level-headed sophomore leads Mt. Vernon squad

By webstaff@therepublic.com FORTVILLE – There might come a day when Mt. Vernon golf coach Caleb Zelencik needs to treat Oliver Mast like the teenager he is. Source: SPORTS: Level-headed sophomore leads Mt. Vernon squad     

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