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A $15 million capital infusion will enable a West Lafayette research firm with close Purdue University ties to further test a new treatment aimed at increasing the survival rates of patients with ovarian cancer.
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Over several months of public forums dedicated to reconfiguring and remaking State Street in West Lafayette, there have been all sorts of suggestions and pipe dreams about the 21 2-mile stretch leading to and through Purdue University.
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Covenant Church, 211 Knox Drive in West Lafayette, is teaching a series titled "The Strange Sayings of Jesus and the Radical Savior They Reveal," for those interested in exploring Christianity.
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Bob the Builder. A festive clown. Queen Esther. These are all costumes worn in the past by Rabbi Audrey Pollack for Purim, which on Sunday celebrates the rescue of Jews from genocide in Persia during the fifth century B.C. "It's fun," said Pollack, who is the rabbi at Temple Israel in West Lafayette.
TIPPECANOE CO., Ind. - A man is sentenced to four years in prison for his role in a West Lafayette gas station burglary last summer.
TIPPECANOE CO., Ind. - A Lafayette man is sentenced to two years in prison and two years Community Corrections for possessing methamphetamine.
When Andrew Allen Bonty turned and faced Officer Brandon Bonnell, it was clear that Bonty was messed up on something, according to West Lafayette police.
Jerry Arnold Ford, 29, of Lafayette faces a slew of charges, including operating while intoxicated with a controlled substance in his blood causing death, a Class B felony, for a one-vehicle accident the morning of Sept.
Greater Lafayette has been waiting more than two months, but on Thursday, they won't have to wait anymore.
Greater Lafayette might never see Lynyrd Skynyrd perform here, but on Saturday, they'll get pretty close, said Doug Simmons, the owner of Homegrownbiker, a motorcycling organization.
Food banks across the nation, and the millions of low-income people who turn to them for help, are still reeling from the effects of an unusually cold and snowy winter season, according to Feeding America , the nation's largest hunger-relief organization.
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman indicated fewer concussions have occurred in the league so far this season, but wouldn't reveal any numbers.
Shavon King, 27, of Lafayette was sentenced Tuesday to 12 years in prison for stealing pills from a Lafayette house as the resident returned home.
West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis and Lafayette Mayor Tony Roswarski delivered food in the community as part of Mayors for Meals Day.