Friday Mar 28
Indiana Army post hit by inside theft
A civilian manager at a southern Indiana Army weapons facility has been sentenced to federal prison for using an Army credit card to line his own pockets.
Indiana trees cut for USS Constitution repairs
Nearly three dozen white oak trees have been harvested in Indiana in preparation of planned repairs to the Boston-based U.S.S. Constitution.
Indiana favors Dutch-led team for next I-69 section
The Indiana Finance Authority Board gave preliminary approval to a team called I-69 Development Partners and led by Isolux Infrastructure Netherlands B.V. The project will generally follow the current Indiana 37 corridor from south of Bloomington to the southern edge of Martinsville.