A fire at the bp gas station at 1902 Indianapolis Ave., Lebanon, has switched to a joint investigation after Lebanon Police Department detectives were brought in.
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Last week’s unexpectedly dismal jobs report, which showed U.S. employers adding only 194,000 jobs in September, resonates with local companies which are seeing the most challenging hiring environment in years.
A TikTok video sharing app challenge encouraging youth to vandalize bathrooms in schools has impacted two city parks in Danville.
Madison County Coroner Dr. Troy Abbott accuses the Dunnichay family, which ran the coroner’s office for almost 30 years, of mixing Dunnichay Funeral Home business with Madison County coroner business, of misusing the county’s tax-exempt status and of generally shoddy and questionable office management practices.
Poor Mark Zuckerberg.
Additional documents were sent to the Commercial-News this week after Danville School District 118 released information last week in response to the Commercial-News' Freedom of Information Act request about D118 school board-approved settlements with Superintendent Alicia Geddis and her administrative assistant Letha Reeves, and a conduct investigation into former school board member Lon Henderson.
DANVILLE — Six teachers, five teaching assistants, 10 food service employees and three custodians were not allowed to work starting Monday in …
For months, the federal government and many state and local governments have worked tirelessly to educate the public about the safety, effectiveness and free availability of the COVID-19 vaccines. Still, tens of millions ignore the science and the facts.
Following a temporary closure earlier this month due to staffing challenges, the residents of Pendleton are bracing for a fight to prevent the permanent closure of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles branch.
Two recent legal settlements the Danville District 118 school board approved cost the district more than $600,000, and contained the conditions of two board member resignations and the extension of Superintendent Alicia Geddis' contract.