A towering work: Indy firm working through November on First Christian’s iconic tower
Scaffolding is being erected so that $3.2 million worth of repair work officially can begin on the iconic, 165-foot First Christian Church tower, long a landmark of Columbus’ small-town structural silhouette.
Accelera by Cummins to supply electrolyzer to Canadian plant
Accelera by Cummins has said that it will supply an electrolyzer system for a biofuel plant in Canada in what the company said will be a “first-of-its-kind” installation and key step in advancing green hydrogen in North America.
Delay allowed in Bryant murder case
A change of plea hearing in Bartholomew Circuit Court for a local man accused of murder in the shooting death of his stepfather was continued after prosecutors requested a delay.
‘Immigrant Stories’ to be presented
IUPUC will present “In the Shadows: Immigrant Stories” from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Columbus Learning Center. It will be held in The Landing at the Columbus Learning Center, 4555 Central Ave.
Utility Board tables disconnect policy
Columbus City Utilities officials have once again pushed back the approval of formal policies regarding delinquent accounts.
Driver arrested for OWI after three-vehicle accident
A local man was arrested and accused of driving while intoxicated after he was involved in a three-vehicle accident on Sunday evening.
Change of plea hearing continued in Bryant murder trial
Cummins’ Accelera supplying electrolyzer system for Canadian biofuel plant
Prep work for First Christian Church tower restoration begins
The city primary: Everything you need to know as early voting begins soon
Voting for the Columbus municipal primary will begin in just a couple of weeks, with only one contested race for each party.