This was the last day for the Banks of the Wabash Festival after a week of good fun!
Local union members and good Samaritans, volunteered their time to help the community Saturday.
Hot, dry weather is causing pollen counts to skyrocket across the Wabash Valley.
The council approved an appropriation for a Community Crossings Matching Grant. City engineers have been improving roads in Terre Haute for the past few months now.
"Each year they come here and they walk together." A deep dive into a project that honors American fallen heroes
Monday is Memorial Day. And one organization started its celebration early. As we told you before, thousands of flags were placed on a trail earlier this week to honor fallen heroes.
Vigo County commissioners have 18 houses slated for demolition this spring - more on the demolition project
The Vigo County commissioners have already begun the demolition of the old IP building on the Mill property in the west side of Terre Haute. Now, they're planning on demolishing neglected or run-down buildings in residential areas.
The Terre Haute Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (THAMPO) continues its campaign to improve transportation in West Central Indiana. The organization held its first public meeting tonight.
Surgeon General calls out social media for negatively impacting the youth - how it's being addressed locally
The U.S. Surgeon General recently announced social media is harming children and teenagers. Dr. Murthy is calling on tech companies, parents, and caregivers to take "immediate action to protect kids now." Negative effects of social media can be seen throughout the country, but how are people dealing with this issue here in the Wabash Valley?
New college students can get a head start on the upcoming fall semester at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College is preparing to host registration events on campus for incoming students.