Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Cambridge City
mist
33.8 ° F
35.1 °
32 °
78 %
2.9mph
90 %
Tue
37 °
Wed
39 °
Thu
37 °
Fri
48 °
Sat
49 °

Photo gallery: Icy weather pictures

Check out our video of photos taken by DAJO Photos, Brenda McLane and Millie Martin Emery on Nov. 15 around the Centerville, Cambridge City and Milton areas. https://youtu.be/QXhzbl07Lyo

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Monday, November 19th

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Monday, November 19th

Tonight is the FINAL preregistration date for the Toys for Tots giveaway for Wayne County families in need.2018 Wayne County Toys For Tots Pre-Registration ... See MoreSee Less

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Monday, November 19th

Ten free vouchers for fully cooked Thanksgiving meals are being given away to local residents this afternoon at Ivy Tech Richmond. Family activities also are planned for the community.Please share! "Afternoon of Giving" happens today at 3p in Johnson Hall! We're giving away fully cooked Thanksgiving Meal Vouchers. Open to the entire community! Palladium-Item G101-3 KICKS 96 101.7 The Point ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday, November 15th

Drive carefully this morning. Cambridge City town employees are out removing trees and limbs from the roadway.
Most area school districts are closed, including Western Wayne, Centerville-Abington, Nettle Creek, Richmond, Northeastern, Seton, Community Action of East Central Indiana (Head Start and Early Head Start) and Community Christian, as well as most schools in Randolph County.
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Wednesday, November 14th

Be careful during your Thursday outings!WEDNESDAY EVENING UPDATE... icy conditions are still fair game starting at 12-3am from south to north. The Winter Weather Advisory Will now go into effect at 7 tonight. Updated timeline and totals | www.wthr.com/article/update-snow-sleet-and-ice-forecast-thursday

WINTRY MESS ON THURSDAY...
a sleet/snow mix moves in overnight and will impact the morning drive. This mix continues through most of the day. The updated timeline and potential ice/snow/sleet totals for Central Indiana in the forecast. | www.wthr.com/article/messy-thursday-morning-commute
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Sunday, November 11th

Indiana Department of Transportation plans to close U.S. 40 next week at a railroad crossing east of State Road 109 in downtown Knightstown.
Beginning Tuesday morning—weather permitting—all four lanes of U.S. 40/Main Street will close to traffic while crews remove tracks and pave across the abandoned rail crossing. INDOT officials anticipate reopening the east-west national road on Friday.
A state highway detour routes motorists around the U.S. 40 rail closure via S.R. 109, Interstate 70 and S.R. 3.
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Wednesday, November 7th

Effective immediately, residents in Cambridge City and Mount Auburn are under a town wide boil alert due to water pressure problems. The boil alert will be lifted Saturday at 2:00 p.m. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday, November 6th

Here's a quick guide to who won local election races tonight, with more comments from candidates to be added.
hmgccity.com/republicans-dominate-wayne-county-races-several-school-board-incumbents-re-elected/
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Monday, November 5th

Check out our story with information voters need to know before going to the polls Tuesday, and find out how early voting went last week in Cambridge City. hmgccity.com/voter-information-for-election-day-and-a-look-at-early-turnout/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Sunday, November 4th

See if you recognize this car, and see why police are searching for it in our article … hmgccity.com/state-police-seek-help-finding-car-after-body-discovered/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday, November 3rd

Don't forget to change your clocks Sunday - and, more importantly, don't forget to change your smoke detector batteries. If you don't have working smoke detectors, or yours are very old, contact Wayne County's Red Cross chapter at (765) 962-9508 to get your name on the installation list. The only eligibility requirement to receive the free alarms is that you need them. ... See MoreSee Less

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Photo gallery: Icy weather pictures

Check out our video of photos taken by DAJO Photos, Brenda McLane and Millie Martin Emery on Nov. 15 around the Centerville, Cambridge City and Milton areas. https://youtu.be/QXhzbl07Lyo

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Monday, November 19th

Tonight is the FINAL preregistration date for the Toys for Tots giveaway for Wayne County families in need.2018 Wayne County Toys For Tots Pre-Registration ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday, November 15th

Joe i need to order the paper. We leave sunday. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday, November 14th

Be careful during your Thursday outings!WEDNESDAY EVENING UPDATE... icy conditions are still fair game starting at 12-3am from south to north. The Winter Weather Advisory Will now go into effect at 7 tonight. Updated timeline and totals | www.wthr.com/article/update-snow-sleet-and-ice-forecast-thursday

WINTRY MESS ON THURSDAY...
a sleet/snow mix moves in overnight and will impact the morning drive. This mix continues through most of the day. The updated timeline and potential ice/snow/sleet totals for Central Indiana in the forecast. | www.wthr.com/article/messy-thursday-morning-commute
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Tuesday, November 13th

Consider doing a random act of kindness. It's a good day for it. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday, November 9th

What an amazing 2018 tiger youth football season!! Both teams put together strong seasons, improving every day which was the goal. I was lucky enough to witness young men begin to understand what it means to be a Hagerstown tiger! We are in one of the top leagues in our state and we competed and fought against some great competiton. Our improvements showed on the big stage when we took our teams to Lucas Oil Stadium and played our best football of the season!! As I finish up my time with this league I feel so greatful to have been a small part of this program. We have THE BEST board of directors a league could ask for and on top of that a wonderful coaching staff that donated their time, love and dedication to our youth. What a great feeling it is to be a Hagerstown Tiger!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday, November 7th

Help us create our balloon animal Thanksgiving parade! Kids 10 and up can get their balloon animal kit at the front desk. ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday, November 3rd

Don't forget to change your clocks Sunday - and, more importantly, don't forget to change your smoke detector batteries. If you don't have working smoke detectors, or yours are very old, contact Wayne County's Red Cross chapter at (765) 962-9508 to get your name on the installation list. The only eligibility requirement to receive the free alarms is that you need them. ... See MoreSee Less

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Friday, November 2nd

It's that time of year again and the 3rd grade needs your help!

Our annual food drive to create "SLINKY THE SNAKE" will begin on Monday, November 5th.

SLINKY will begin at the library and hopefully make a big loop ALL the way around the school!

Please send in laundry detergent, paper products, peanut butter, macaroni and cheese, and/or canned food items until Monday, November 19th. (They are always in need of protein sources, so canned meat items are also a great item to give.)

All donations will be given to our local trustee's office for distribution to families around the holidays.

THE CLASS THAT COLLECTS THE LARGEST NUMBER OF ITEMS WILL EARN A POPCORN PARTY!
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Thursday, November 1st

WE NEED YOUR HELP!!! Does anyone know, overheard, repeated a rumor, passed on ideas of what the "Hagerstown Tunnel" is that was dug up downtown? This is a photo from 2016. It runs east-west under the westbound lane of Main Street near the intersection of Pearl and Main Streets. It would be interesting to hear what everyone has heard. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday, November 1st

THURSDAY, November 1st! The New Castle Papa John's Fundraising Trailer is back in Hagerstown raising much needed funds for Hagerstown Elementary School! Our trailer full of delicious Papa John's pizza and breadsticks will be parked in front of the Elementary School from 4pm to 7pm! We will be donating 20% of all of our proceeds to the school. Please come by and support Hagerstown Elementary School. Click here for the location... bit.ly/2v02khv #pizza ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday, November 1st

Our FFA Chapter is collecting non-perishable food items for our community food drive through November 9th. Please donate if you can! ... See MoreSee Less

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Wednesday, October 31st

New Castle Police Department is requesting the publics help in identifying the individual shown below. Listed below is a photo of the unknown individual as well as the vehicle he was driving. These photos were removed from surveillance cameras and lack clarity. We appreciate any assistance the public can offer.

Anyone with information should contact the New Castle Police Departments Detective Division at 765-529-5355 EXT 3308
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Wednesday, October 31st

Here's a reminder about when to stop for a school bus after yesterday's tragedy in Indiana.The tragic deaths of three children boarding a school bus in Rochester provides another opportunity to remind drivers of Indiana laws regarding school bus stops.

When approaching a school bus from any direction which is stopped with its flashing red lights activated and its stop arm extended, motorists are required to STOP, even on multiple lane highways.

Motorists who are on a highway that is divided by a barrier or unimproved median (i.e. a concrete or cable barrier, or a grass median) are required to stop only if they are traveling the same direction as the school bus.

If there is no unimproved median or barrier, then all lanes in all directions must stop.

Disregarding a school bus stop arm is a serious violation and one that school bus drivers are quick to report. Violation of this law is a Class “A” infraction and is punishable by a maximum fine of up to $10,000.
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Cambridge City
mist
33.8 ° F
35.1 °
32 °
78 %
2.9mph
90 %
Tue
37 °
Wed
39 °
Thu
37 °
Fri
48 °
Sat
49 °