Southwestern Consolidated Schools will be reopening its doors to students when school is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, Aug. 4.
Thirty years ago this week, the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame opened its doors in New Castle. Three decades later, the grand facility is accented with distinct Shelbyville flavor.
The Children’s Museum, located at 3000 N. Meridian St. in Indianapolis, will be open to the public starting on July 11 with limited capacity, the museum announced on Tuesday morning.
Buffy Powers, coordinator of volunteer and ancillary services at Shelby County Senior Services, accepts a donation from Duke Energy on Friday. Duke Energy donated 85 storm kits for distribution to seniors in Shelby County who are served by the organization. The kits included a flashlight, fi…
On this date in 1990, the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame opened its new museum in New Castle amid much hoopla. With a legend in every corner and special guests from Washington, D.C. to Hollywood, an estimated 3,000 people helped christen the museum, which had been based in Indianapolis sinc…
As America prepares to celebrate its 244th birthday this week, Shelbyville residents were reminded at a recent event that freedom isn’t free. Rosemary Dill’s son is one of many who have paid the ultimate price.
Now it’s July. Half of 2020 is history; it was definitely historic! Things that seemed so routine when we entered this year are no longer the same. Every trip to the store reminds me that things have changed. It may be in the availability (or lack thereof) of certain items. It could be stick…
All five Shelby County high schools will now be hosting commencement ceremonies outdoors after the Shelbyville Central school board voted in favor of the move on Wednesday.
Mary Harper realizes that some parents and Shelbyville Central Schools employees might not be happy that students and staff will be required to wear masks in certain circumstances.
A Shelbyville man was arrested on drug charges when Shelbyville police pulled him over after a report of a possibly impaired driver who drove over an exit sign on Interstate 74.
A couple of annual events in Morristown have been pushed back out of continued precaution for the coronavirus but are still slated to take place this year, at the request of the Town Council.
In Saturday’s edition of The Shelbyville News, the article “Fireworks set to light up Waldron in July” incorrectly identified the date of the Waldron fireworks show.
The Boggstown drainage project that was previously approved by the Shelby County Drainage Board last year is expected to be completed by the end of this year.
Shelbyville’s motto of Pride in Progress is more than mere words. It’s an ideal that we can work toward as a community. We can be proud of improving the lives of every citizen regardless of race, religion or sexual orientation.