Add two more local events to the list of lost summer activities courtesy of the coronavirus pandemic.

The summer lunch program that started earlier than normal once Shelbyville Central Schools students started virtual learning will continue into most of July.

Ricky Pate, a man who has been dead for 51 years, brought together a group of veterans Wednesday in the Forest Hill cemetery.

SCS meals will be available at Shelbyville High School and Loper Elementary as well as 17 mobile stops. Those locations and times are as follows:

After a busy three days of testing more than 400 Hoosiers for COVID-19, the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) will return to Shelbyville this week to continue the free testing. The volume of tests was one of the highest the ISDH has seen across the state, which prompted a second roun…

For the second consecutive summer, The Shelbyville News is proud to host an Eugene S. Pulliam intern.

While there will not be a Shelby County Fair this summer, local 4-H participants will get to showcase the work that is typically a major part of the fair schedule.

The 9-1-1 call centers for the City of Shelbyville and the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department will be combining into one new call center later this year. And there needs to be one voice leading that call center.

There has again been a change to the testing dates and procedures to have a COVID-19 test performed at Shelbyville High School.

Izzy Martin and Taylor Biggerman have been cooped up at home, stuck courtesy of school moving to virtual learning and unable to go out because of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home order.

While Shelby County is steadying off its COVID-19 diagnoses, there is still work to be done, according to Robert Lewis with the Shelby County Health Department.

When COVID-19 secured its grip on Indiana, the Versiti Blood Center of Indiana was left with no choice but to cancel hundreds of blood donation drives.

A short line of cars rolled through the Shelbyville High School parking lot Wednesday afternoon, stopping at various points to either drop off or pick up items.

With no shows able to be performed on the Strand Theatre stage due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 104-year old theatre has been sitting dormant for the past two months.

Shelbyville Central Schools administration knew its high school assistant athletic director and boys basketball coach had a gambling problem two years ago when athletic funds were missing.

While it’s not known what the beginning of the 2020-21 school year will look like, Shelbyville Central Schools (SCS) still needs to get an idea of how many kindergarten students will be entering the elementary schools for the first time in the fall.

Ryan Mack abruptly resigned as Shelbyville High School’s assistant athletic director and boys basketball coach on Jan. 14, 2020. Four months later, Mack was arrested and charged with six counts of Theft and one count of Corrupt Business Influence.

Two people were taken to the hospital as a result of an accident that took place on Saturday in which alcohol may have been a factor, according to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department.

If there is a silver lining with everything coming to a quarantined stop, including at the Shelbyville Parks and Recreation Department, it may be that the maintenance department has been able to stay busy.

Nearly 14 months to the day of its grand opening in Shelbyville, Gordmans will open its doors once again and prepare to close for good.

Shelby Eastern Schools’ parents will have an easier time getting information on their child’s bus schedule in the 2020-21 school year, courtesy of a phone app that is available.

The Triton Central High School football field underwent a renovation three years ago that installed artificial turf with the intent of providing a facility that could be used by the football and soccer teams as well as the marching band.

Shelbyville High School seniors now have a date they can mark on the calendar to celebrate their graduation.

The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) have selected Shelbyville High School senior Andrew Walke as its 2020 Good Citizen Essay Contest winner for Shelby County.

The bear is out of hibernation, undisturbed by the coronavirus pandemic and is ready to cook up barbecue-rich smells later this year.