Justice, the pit bull terrier found in Shelby County in 2018 after being abused with chemical burns, checks out his appearance in a recent edition of The Shelbyville News. The two-year anniversary of his rescue is coming up on Nov. 2.

Today is Drug Take Back Day but the Shelby County Recycling District is reminding residents about the permanent disposal site for medications in Shelbyville.

The Environmental Public Health Office of the Shelby County Health Department conducted two routine, one pre-operational, one complaint and one post-fire inspections from mid-August to the last week of September.

On a cold, rainy day last week, with nothing else to do, I decided to clean up my home … screen. Over the years, I’ve downloaded various apps to my cell phone, many of which I either never used, or I found too frustrating to get them to work properly. Here are a few that I have just deleted:

I have enjoyed Tana French’s earlier work and looked forward to reading this new book, The Searcher. The setting is a small remote village in Ireland with a central character, Cal Hooper, who has decided to leave his old life behind and retreat to a simpler existence. Hooper had been a Chica…

Rusty Shipp, the self-described “nautical rock n’ roll” band based out of Nashville, Tenn., that features Waldron-native AJ Newton on drums, is looking to get back in the studio for its third album.

Canine Castaways Rescue, Inc., a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter in Fountaintown, will host its Canine Castaways Harvest Festival from 1-6 p.m. Saturday at the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 2695 here in Shelbyville.

The Shelbyville News has put together a list of upcoming Halloween-themed events in the community. If your organization has a public, Halloween-themed event scheduled, please email us at shelbynews@shelby news.com. This list will be updated as we receive more information.

Ryobi Die Casting (USA), Inc., was named a GM Supplier of the Year by General Motors during a virtual ceremony honoring the recipients of the company’s 28th annual Supplier of the Year awards over the summer.

When Hallie Schweitzer crossed the finish line at the Shelbyville Invitational earlier this season, the Triton Central sophomore had a giant grin on her face.

For the Triton Central volleyball team to advance to Saturday’s regional final, two things will need to happen.

The Southwestern soccer team was seconds away from forcing penalty kicks with the dream of the program’s first regional title still alive.

Three Shelby County runners will be running on their home course and a fourth will be competing elsewhere in the cross country semi-state after advancing out of the regional.

The Duke Energy Foundation presented a $5,000 check to Shelby Eastern Schools at its board meeting Tuesday evening. The money will go toward Waldron Elementary’s new playground equipment. The new purchases will be specifically tailored for the pre-school children, who do not currently have a…

The Shelby County Commissioners began their meeting Monday morning by tabling last week’s approval of meeting minutes.

For two games, the Waldron High School volleyball team looked like it was pulling away from Southwestern in the sectional first round.

On behalf of The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs, Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch and State Senator Jean Leising presented Mayor Tom DeBaun and the City of Shelbyville with a check for $600,000 Thursday.

The newest pizzeria in Shelbyville opened this week following one brother’s desire to run a business with his family.

I was first introduced to Friendship Bread, or what most people refer to as Amish Friendship Bread, by my Grandma Barbra through her love of Amish romance novels.

The novel, Jack by Marilynn Robinson, follows three other novels set in the fictional town of Gilead, Iowa. Actually, Jack, who grew up in Gilead, the son of a Presbyterian minister, is no longer in his hometown. We meet Jack in St. Louis, living in a single room, making his way with an occa…

Recently, I was walking in Blue River Park. On my way to the restroom, I saw three Mormon missionaries sitting at the picnic tables reading the Bible. So, I casually approached them and asked them what they were studying and learned they were discussing the book of Romans (one of my favorite…

When the Southwestern High School soccer team played Knightstown in the season opener, coach Taylor Meredith knew his team could have a successful season ahead.

The Southwestern soccer team will be playing in the Knightstown regional this weekend. The Spartans will play the host school Knightstown at 12 p.m. Saturday in the regional semi-final for the opportunity to play in the championship at 7 p.m. A preview for the regional can be found on A5.