ANDERSON, Ind. — Bitter cold air will limit highs to the teens across a good part of the state. By Saturday, a weather system will bring snow to the state. Accoumulations could range from 1 to 3 inches depending on location. Several other weak systems could bring snow showers during the next week.
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Off to the races
For the past 15 or so years, Jack Lloyd's pursuit of race cars has had him camping out at Anderson Speedway for the Pay Less Little 500, which marks its 65th birthday this Saturday.
ACS to reopen Killbuck Elementary
With an increase in enrollment forecast for 2013-14, especially among younger students, Anderson Community Schools has decided to reopen Killbuck Elementary and transport kindergartners from Valley Grove and Eastside to the school in Richland Township.
ACS board selects new principals
The Anderson Community Schools board selected principals for the reopening of Killbuck and Southview elementary schools on Wednesday.
Flagship Microloan program expands
The Flagship Enterprise Center is making $500,000 more in loan funds available to local small businesses.
Madison County burglary suspect found in Fort Wayne
A man believed to be responsible for a double burglary a month and a half ago was arrested Tuesday.
House fire under control in Chesterfield
A home fire in Chesterfield is under control, according to crews reporting to the scene.
Cooler, showers and thunderstorms possible again
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are forecast for today, and temperatures will continue to decline into the upper 60s.
Poll question for Thursday, May 23
Vote daily in The Herald Bulletin poll. Today's poll question can be found at the bottom of the homepage on the right side.
Report: State is both ‘leader and laggard’
A newly released report card on where Indiana ranks nationally in key economic measures shows the state is both “a leader and a laggard” in areas that signal potential for more prosperity.
AARP Driver Safety Program on May 31
There will be an AARP Driver Safety Program offered on Friday, May 31, sponsored by the Park Place Community Center.
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