The Indiana Public Defender Commission (the Commission) is currently accepting nominations for an appointment to the Shelby County Public Defender Board.
The four-way intersection on County Road West 600 North that separates Triton Central High School from Triton Central Middle School could look considerably different in the coming years depending on what – if any – decisions are made by the school board.
MacKinsey Taylor is hoping both students and families alike bring the energy during Shelbyville Middle School’s production of “School House Rock Jr.,” the musical version of the popular television show that started in 1973.
Shelby Eastern Schools Superintendent Dr. Todd Hitchcock had a question in mind for the half dozen parents who attended Tuesday evening’s inaugural “Lingo In the Library” at Morristown Jr/Sr. High School: How should schools, aside from standardized test scores, be evaluated?
Shelbyville resident and Ball State University history student Emma Brauer will run an entire museum for a day as part of her capstone internship.
There was a time in Gary Nolley’s life, prior to Facebook being an outlet for residents complaining about what was wrong with the community, where he didn’t actively participate in making Shelby County a better place.
The Shelbyville City Council approved a purchasing agreement with Hawk Development, LLC, via 5-0 vote, which will send it onto the Board of Works.
FORT BLISS, Texas — U.S. Army Forces Command Chaplain Col. Rajmund Kopec presented three 1st Armored Division chaplains with the Order of Saint Martin of Tours award during a ceremony Jan. 31.
Loper Elementary School has been donating loads of items for the past 15 years to the Shelbyville/Shelby County Animal Shelter from its Paws to Paws donation drive.
The Shelbyville Parks and Recreation Department is wanting to get the word out early as warm weather approaches: If you see something, say something.
The Southwestern Jr./Sr. High School fieldhouse that has been in the works since last spring is moving forward after the school board voted 7-0 on a construction bid during Wednesday’s monthly meeting.
She was apprehensive about the unknown. Spending three months away from her Shelbyville home and family right after college graduation seemed so long, but today Taylor Moore has no regrets for the experience she had backpack traveling through Southeast Asia.
For the second time, Shelbyville Middle School received re-designation status as a National School to Watch from the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform.
Triton Central High School’s robotics program has grown its reputation over the years with multiple state championships and appearances at national and world competitions.
Petitioners for certain variances will have a quicker time going through the process for minor cases after the County Commissioners approved an amendment to an ordinance that was already voted favorably by the Shelby County Plan Commission.
A new Grover Museum exhibit set to debut in July will tell stories of local legends gathered by the Shelby County Historical Society – but first, those stories need to be collected.
For the past seven years, the Shelby County Arts Fest has hosted Arts In the Park, a day targeted primarily for children to explore their artistic side at Blue River Memorial Park.
Josh Owens met all the requirements to be on the Democratic ballot for Governor. And then he decided to step aside and support the remaining Democratic hopeful to unseat Governor Eric Holcomb.
What started as a typical day flared up quickly a few months ago for former Shelbyville firefighter Adam Gaudin. He rescued a woman trapped inside a burning building.
The Purdue Extension Offices of Rush and Shelby County, in cooperation with the USDA-FSA office in Manilla, Indiana, will host a workshop to assist farmers on what Farm Bill programs they should consider for their operations moving forward.
Emily Graves, 17, of LaPorte, and Margaret Dimmett, 13, of Zionsville, were named Indiana’s top two youth volunteers of 2020 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, a nationwide program honoring young people for outstanding acts of volunteerism.
The Shelbyville Common Council took a step forward in making it possible for Greenleaf Foods and future companies to receive tax abatements after passing two resolutions to designate an economic revitalization area during Monday’s meeting.
On an otherwise gloomy morning, Morristown High School students gave 12 people a reason to smile under circumstances that normally might produce a frown.