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Indiana Schools Get Funding They Need to Start Back in the Fall

More funding is coming to Indiana schools. On Wednesday, June 16, Gov. Eric Holcomb said that funding to the schools will increase by $183 million. The announcement was made during the governor’s regular coronavirus briefing. Gov. Holcomb explained that through good fiscal management, the state of Indiana has been able to provide funding to areas...

Indiana Schools Developing a Plan to Start Back for Next Academic Year

While Indiana schools have ended for the 2019-2020 year, they will soon be starting back up for the next academic year. The way that students will return to class for the 2020-2021 year is going to vary across the state. Some Indiana school districts plan on holding the majority of their classes online, while other...

Potential Indiana Utility Rate Hikes Under Review by State Commission

Gas and electric bills may increase on Hoosiers amid losses utility companies have taken during the pandemic. The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission will investigate the impact that the coronavirus pandemic has had on both customers and utility providers. There are 10 Indiana utility companies that have requested that they have the money they lost recovered...

Has the Pandemic Caused You to Consider Filing for Indiana Bankruptcy?

From May 22 to June 3, the state of Indiana is in stage three of the reopening process. This means that most everything is opened with some restrictions. The following are the only areas that will not reopen during the stage three timeframe:   Playgrounds Overnight youth camps Bars and nightclubs Cultural, entertainment, and venues...

Healthy Strategies to Help You Get Through a Messy Divorce

If life was not so complicated and such a rollercoaster of events, perhaps divorce would not be so common. Today, when a couple enters into a marriage, they only have a 50% chance of staying married until the end of their days. Some divorces are straightforward and clear, where a couple can make amicable decisions...

Will Divorce in Indiana Surge After the Stay-at-Home Order is Lifted?

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting every aspect of our lives in an immense way. According to reports, it is anticipated that the courts could face an overwhelming amount of activity once restrictions to access have been lifted. Specifically, an increase in divorce filings may be the source of a significant portion of cases overloading the...

Retail Industry’s Biggest Chains Considering Bankruptcy

The impact of the coronavirus is far-reaching, affecting almost every aspect of life as we used to know it. People are losing their jobs and businesses large and small are closing down —  some temporarily, and others for good. While online shopping has increased with the stay-at-home orders, the retail industry is still taking a...

Mistakes Divorcing Men Should Avoid During the Pandemic

The coronavirus is affecting every aspect of American life. Even though we are told to stay in place and hunker down for a period of time, life events and our personal situations are not stopping just because of the virus. If you are facing divorce during the pandemic, working through the divorce process has certainly...

Parts of Indiana and Arkansas Destroyed by Storms and Tornadoes 

Various areas of Indiana and Arkansas were the victim of devastating tornadoes and severe storms that ravaged homes and buildings. Storms in Indiana destroyed trees and downed utility poles leaving over 100,000 homes out of power as a result. After the devastation passed through, Duke Energy and the Indianapolis Power & Light Company (IPL) reported...

Indiana Schools Close for Duration of the 2019-2020 Year Amid Coronavirus

The coronavirus is changing everything about how Americans are living their lives. Across the nation, schools have been shut down for some time, and many are closing for the rest of the year. On Thursday, April 3, Indiana schools have announced that they will close for the remainder of the academic year.  There are now...

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