GREENFIELD — When Rich Bailey thinks about evangelism, he remembers a quote from 1800s pastor and writer Charles Spurgeon: “If sinners be damned, at least let them leap to Hell … with our arms wrapped about their knees, imploring them … let not one go unwarned or unprayed for.”
HANCOCK COUNTY — It was mass chaos Wednesday night at Rob and Holly Siegel’s house in Fountaintown, where a trio of 16-year-old girls could be heard laughing as the smoke alarm rang out.
FOUNTAINTOWN — One woman keeps the quilt draped over a rocking chair, a soothing reminder of her late husband.
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Healthy Community Awards nominations open
The Hancock County Historical Society (HCHS) is pleased to announce that the Fortville Tribune (1940-1985) and Fortville Community Shopper (1979-2005) newspapers have been digitized and are now keyword searchable on Newspapers.com. Subscribers may view the Fortville papers from the comfort of home, or search the database for free at the Hancock County Public Library with your library card.
HANCOCK COUNTY — While warmer, mild temperatures have been the theme so far this November, winter weather is on the horizon, state and local officials warn. The Indiana Department of Transportation and county officials urge Hoosiers to be prepared for when snow and temperatures start to fall, which is coming soon.
HANCOCK COUNTY — Prosecutor Brent Eaton didn’t have to look very far to hire the newest member of his deputy prosecutor staff.
FOUNTAINTOWN — Wash the front window of a local business. Write a note of appreciation to a friend or family member and drop it in the mail. Ask someone in a parking lot if you can say a prayer for them.
Cumberland area residents joined in a 5K Monster Dash Oct. 15. Proceeds from the event benefited the Cumberland Metropolitan Police Department C.A.R.E. unit team.