Stan Jastrzebski / WBAA News

A couple of towns and a city in West Central Indiana are among a majority of Indiana municipalities focusing the most recent round of Community Development Block Grant funding on water system improvements.

The Town of Oxford, in Benton County, is focusing its funding on a stormwater program to prevent flooding in residential areas.

The state granted $500,000 each to Oxford and the Cass County town of Royal Center, as well as $550,000 to Attica.

courtesy Indiana Landmarks

Indiana Landmarks has released its yearly list of what it considers the most endangered places in the Hoosier state.  It includes the McDonald House in Attica and Indianapolis’ Rivoli Theater.

Fountain Co sells "Med Shed"

Jun 22, 2012

Fountain County will use the sale of its existing ambulance building to partially fund construction of a new one.

Commissioners approved the sale of the “med shed” for 91,000 to Centre Bank, which is adjacent to the property. The proceeds will cover part of the roughly $1.2 million cost of the new facility.

Commissioner Walt Wilson says the EMT service outgrew the existing space.