Recycling companies and their supporters plan to lobby the State Legislature for laws that would bring them more business and, they say, create more jobs in Indiana.
The Indiana Recycling Coalition is touting a study from Ball State University‘s Bowen Center for Public Affairs in their efforts. The study says that even a small increase in recycling could create up to ten-thousand
Marion Community School officials have yet to choose a designer for a high dollar turf field project. Support Services Director Troy Freeman says they need to choose an architect soon in order to complete the design process by mid-February.
The artificial turf field set replace their grass field at the high school stadium is projected to cost about 700-thousand dollars, but
The latest report from the Indiana Youth Institute shows the infant mortality rate in Indiana is 25-percent higher than the national average. Indiana State Department of Health records show Grant County ranks highest in the area, followed by Delaware, Madison and Howard Counties.
IYI President Bill Stanczykiewicz says one leading factor is mothers having little to no access