Front Porch Senior Living resident Lavelle Black spends her days at the assisted living facility playing cards, shooting hoops and helping prepare meals, but one thing she missed was receiving mail.
The Portland City Council was slated to vote on a $4.09 million bid for renovations and additions to city hall at its meeting held Monday, Oct. 21.
Moon Ranch Adventures provides free weekend getways for children and families battling cancer throughout the year, but on Saturday, Oct. 26 the facility is opening its doors to the community at large for a chili supper and auction at 4 p.m.
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Children and families looking for a safe trick-or-treating experience this Halloween season will have plenty of options.
The football playoff scenario for the Portland Panthers this week is simple: a win over visiting Creekwood on Friday would nail a spot in the TSSAA postseason slated to open Nov. 8.
The Portland Lady Panthers soccer team lost to White House Heritage in second round district action last Tuesday to end their season with a 9-7-2 record overall. The Purple had advanced to the second round after defeating Springfield on Oct. 14.
The Portland volleyball team punched their ticket to their third straight state tournament appearance (which is in progress this week) by defeating Hume Fogg in three sets last Thursday in the TSSAA sectionals. The Lady Panthers won 25-10, 25-13, and 24-15 in straight sets to earn the victory.
The Portland Preservation Foundation held a Temple Theatre personalized brick unveiling on Tuesday, Dec. 20.
Portland High School hosted the unique event that brought together costumes and quality marching band performances.
I have a Facebook friend in Colorado, another Christian writer I’ve met with a number of times over the years at various Christian publishing events. For the past few years she’s been writing about her oldest son, Zach, who is a drug addict.
I met Amber, 20, and Luke, 19, at a bookstore recently. They’re from a small Hoosier town near the Ohio border and they were gracious enough to give me their take on a few questions I posed.