Regional Spotlight 15 results

Lafayette

Lafayette and West Lafayette offer small-town charm By Arriel Vinson The Wabash River passes through both Lafayette and West Lafayette, two historic Indiana cities. Lafayette was founded in 1825, with West Lafayette being founded about 35 years ...

A City by the River

Evansville features fun, relaxation for all Compiled by Abby Westcott The City of Evansville, Indiana, was founded in 1812 on a scenic bend in the Ohio River. With a population of nearly 121,000 people in the city limits and more than 300,000 ...

Fort Wayne: Full of heartwarming Hoosier hospitality

Staff Report   Fort Wayne, the state’s second largest city, is home to many attractions and experiences for visitors to enjoy. Located northeast of Indianapolis and just 50 miles from Michigan’s border, this metropolitan area is known ...

City Close Up: Crown Point, IN

Crown Point, the county seat of Lake County, boasts a population of nearly 30,000 and an interesting past. First settled in the mid 1800s by Solon Robinson and family, the city (incorporated in 1868) is known to many through the legend of ...

Enjoy Marvelous Madison

Southern city offers old-school charm with modern-day chic   Madison — a quaint city in southeastern Indiana on the north bank of the Ohio River and about 90 minutes from the state capital — is the perfect spot for travelers looking for ...

The best of both worlds

Small-town life near the Windy City By Ebony Chappel   Munster, the cool town with an even cooler name, boasts the best of both worlds. It’s small (population less than 25,000) and accessible, but it’s less than an hour from one of ...

Discover something new in Richmond

City offers live music, handcrafted art and local treats By Victoria T. Davis   Richmond, Indiana may be known for its antiquing destinations at Antique Alley, which offers more than 1,200 antique dealers along two loop trails, but the ...

Soak up the view of Michigan City

Enjoy award-winning dining, shopping and lodging options By Victoria T. Davis   Just 50 miles away from Chicago lies a place many call their home away from home — Michigan City, Indiana, where the motto is “Shop; Sand; Smiles.” ...

Corydon, Indianapolis recognized as Indiana’s state capitals

By Victoria T. Davis   With more than 850,000 people settled into the Circle City and booming development occurring each day, it may be surprising to some that Indianapolis hasn’t always been Indiana’s capital. At one point, Corydon ...

Yes, Bloomington is open to all

By Victoria T. Davis The more than 83,000 residents of Bloomington — the city that’s home to Indiana University and is also known as B-town by locals — enjoy a diverse and rich culture due to its tight-knit communities and thriving arts ...