The Derby city is hosting this year's conference for the Christian organization MOPS, or Mothers of Pre-Schoolers.
Thieves on the hunt for a free ride have preferences, but they're probably not what you'd expect.
Once open, the library will feature an expanded book and DVD collection, an auditorium, meeting rooms and a separate teen space.
“It’s simply time for me to take a step back and take care of my personal life,” owner Mark Langley said.
Called the biggest private project in Louisville’s history, One Park would be a $450 million to $500 million complex containing three towers rising up to 34 stories tall.
A family tradition spanning more than 90 years in southern Indiana is coming to an end.
Writer, gardener and nature lover Bob Hill and his wife Janet opened the unusual plant nursery 19 years ago.
It had been a part of the sports and entertainment scene since 1957, but the stadium fell into disrepair after the U of L football team moved out in 1998.
Indiana's state consumer advocate will review the request.
Workers at the company’s Lawrenceburg distillery and Coxs Creek bottling plant have been on strike since Sept. 7.
The company wants to project that "this is a b rand that belongs to everyone."