Spring is quickly approaching, and with that comes colorful new banners for the light poles in downtown Farmington.
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Each week The Post-Star's editorial board hands out its Boos and Bravos for the week.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, there are more home fires in winter than in any other season.
Monday's wind and snow didn't stop people from going out on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to honor the activist who was instrumental in furthering rights for minorities through things like the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
A beat reverberated off the walls of downtown Flagstaff and throughout the nation as the national Women’s March popped up in cities around the U.S., and Flagstaff’s March for Love 3.0 took to the streets.
A Madison County pair has been charged with burglary and stealing as a result of a Thursday night arrest.
Winston Watson, 25, has been charged with first-degree murder for the killing of 25-year-old Ethan Watson in 2017, with the trial date being set for November at a recent pretrial conference.
The Africa Eco Race isn't for the faint hearted. Eco-friendly bikes, cars and trucks race over 3,700 miles in early January.
HAMMOND — Dozens of people braved bitter cold weather before dawn Monday to march the half mile from Hammond City Hall to the Civic Center as part of the annual Candlelight March and Celebration honoring Martin Luther King Jr.
First Midwest Bank, which has a large footprint in Northwest Indiana, has named Chief Operating Officer Mark Sander its new president.