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New Contracts For Some City Workers

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – The New Year means a pay hike for some city employees.   On Wednesday morning the Terre Haute Board of Public Works approved new contracts for the Terre Haute Fire Department and the

Lawsuit Over Powerdyne Not Over Just Yet

TERRE HAUTE, Ind – The decision to throw out a lawsuit over the Powerdyne project will head to appellate court. A U.S. District Court judge in New Jersey last month dismissed a lawsuit brought by Overseas Lease

Board Of Public Works Approves Trans-care Contract

VIGO COUNTY, Ind. – At the Board of Public Works meeting Wednesday a new 10-year contract with Trans-care ambulance was approved. Trans-care will handle ambulance runs in the county with the Terre Haute City Fire Department Ambulance

Lawsuit Against Terre Haute Thrown Out

TERRE HAUTE, Ind.  – A lawsuit against the city of Terre Haute has been thrown out of court. A federal judge has granted the motion to dismiss the Overseas Lease Group lawsuit that accused the city of

Reports Says Indiana Economy Expected To Grow In 2019

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A publication tied to Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business forecasts the state’s economy will expand in 2019 by a healthy 3.2 percent. The (Northwest Indiana) Times reports Tuesday that the author of the

Hutsonville Home Destroyed By Fire

HUTSONVILLE, Ill.  – Hutsonville, Illinois firefighters were called out to a major blaze around 8 p.m. Saturday evening. The home on Clover Street is a total loss. Several agencies worked to put the fire out for over