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Delphi officials have suspended curbside recycling pickup for residents. The decision is the result of a July fire that destroyed a Frankfort recycling plant.

Delphi Mayor Shane Evans says the curbside pickup is suspended until Werner & Son, the Frankfort recycling plant they previously used, is back on its feet. He says that’s projected to take between six months and a year.

The Indiana Department of Revenue is changing the way people interact with the agency and pay their taxes.

The Indiana Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs (ICHLA), a nonpartisan state agency, is holding statewide listening sessions to identify the issues and concerns faced by the Hispanic and Latino communities.

Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie says he’s encouraged by progress at his agency, even as more work is needed.

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Montgomery County officials are considering ways to change and develop infrastructure as part of comprehensive countywide planning.

That includes improving roads that connect Crawfordsville to cities such as Lafayette and Indianapolis, as well as creating alternate routes to areas that are currently difficult to reach.

One of Indiana’s methods to purge voter rolls will remain shut down after a federal appeals court decision Tuesday.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addressed hundreds in Indianapolis Tuesday at the American Legion national convention.

South Bend Abortion Clinic Wins Latest Fight In Court

Aug 23, 2019

A recently-opened South Bend clinic that performs abortions gets to stay open after a federal appeals court ruling issued Thursday.

Indiana state officials are kickstarting efforts to support the U.S. Census Bureau ahead of next year’s population count.

Indiana’s Judicial Nominating Commission meets this week to choose a state Supreme Court Chief Justice for a new five-year term.

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