Winter ready: Prepare for winter weather now, state and local officials say
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.
Prosecutor hires intern to fill deputy duties
HANCOCK COUNTY — Prosecutor Brent Eaton didn’t have to look very far to hire the newest member of his deputy prosecutor staff.
One ‘kind’ of race: Race for Kindness is starting block for acts of service
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.
Take your best shot
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.
Making an INpact: Local musicians join statewide honor band
HANCOCK COUNTY – Dozens of local musicians joined the 2022 INpact Honor Band Aug. 12-13, performing with 500 students statewide in a musical leadership program.
Home and farm news
Here’s a look at local events and news with ties to Hancock County’s agricultural community.
G-CHS List of Graduates
The Class of 2022 graduated from Greenfield-Central High School on June 4. Following is a full list of graduates:
Vawter show kicks off with artist reception, awards ceremony
GREENFIELD — The popular Will Vawter Art Show is back for its 24th year.
Hundreds turn out for concert kickoff at Depot Street Park
GREENFIELD — A crowd of 550 people turned out for the inaugural concert at Depot Street Park in Greenfield on Friday.
Annexation approved after months of delays
NEW PALESTINE — After months of delays for various reasons, the Town of New Palestine’s council approved the annexation of 29 acres of land. The vote to bring the property into the town limits opens the door for the development of a new subdivision, something many neighbors near the proposed site had balked at.