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In the early 1800s, during a period of westward migration after the American Revolution, several Quaker families from North Carolina settled along the East Fork of the Whitewater River. Today Richmond still remains home to several Quaker institutions, including Friends United Meeting, Earlham College and the Earlham School of Religion. The city is sometimes known as "the cradle of jazz," because several early jazz records were made in Richmond at Gennett Records Studio, a division of the Starr Piano Company.

Population: 39124
Local Newspapers: Palladium-item
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts Indiana Fever Indiana Firebirds Indiana Pacers
Local Colleges: Earlham College Indiana University East

Zip Codes associated with richmond, indiana: 47374
Towns/Cities near richmond, indiana : New Paris Spring Grove Centerville Fountain City Cambridge City

Richmond News
Meth dealer sentenced to 4 years in prison

Germayne T. James received a four-year prison sentence for dealing methamphetamine, and Dustin D. Brooks received a three-year sentence for two drug-related offenses. RICHMOND, Ind.

Monday's Wayne County arrest log

Except for warrant arrests, the following charges are informal and subject to change until the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office reviews each case and files formal charges in court.

City leaders gear up, face fire to learn about RFD

Seven city leaders learned about Richmond Fire Department's job by gearing up and facing fire during Fire and Water program. Seven Richmond city leaders geared up and went through training exercises as part of Richmond Fire Department's Fire and Water 2017 program.

Next Earlham-parks partnership? The reservoir

This year, students led the way for a sensory playground at Clear Creek Park. In 2018, a new group will tackle revitalizing Middlefork Reservoir.

Work begins to secure future of historic church

A Tiffany stained glass window hangs near a piece of artwork in the nursery at the Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1004 N. A St., Richmond, on Wednesday, Nov. 28, 2017. A large Tiffany stained glass window is seen in the chapel at Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1004 N. A St., Richmond, on Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017.

Solar panels at ex-New Creations site? Next steps

Plans for a new solar panel farm near the Indiana-Ohio border appear to be moving forward after a statewide energy group purchased nearly 44 acres of land previously owned by a church. The Indiana Municipal Power Agency, the power supplier for Richmond Power & Light, said it finalized the purchase of a tract of land between Interstate 70 and the state line in September from Heritage Land Company.

Former Veach's space has been sold to area church

Lifted Church, which finalized the building purchase on contract Dec. 4, is expected to open its doors there sometime in spring 2018. The outside of Veach's Toy Station, 715 E. Main St., is seen Monday, May 22, 2017.

Wednesday's Wayne County arrest log

Except for warrant arrests, the following charges are informal and subject to change until the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office reviews each case and files formal charges in court.

Richmond could see snow this weekend

According to a tweet from the National Weather Service of Indianapolis, cold weather continues to move in, and "flurries or sprinkles" are possible in the north half of the state Wednesday. Light snow accumulations are also possible late Friday and into Saturday.

Council gives its blessing to mayor's 'loop' plan

City officials will apply for a grant to help pay for bicycle lanes, pedestrian crossings and landscaping to connect the downtown and Depot District. North Seventh between East Main Street and the Historic Depot District, Wednesday, April 19, 2017, is part of the Richmond's Stellar Streets project that has been delayed until 2018.

Prep work underway at old Reid site

The former campus of Reid Hospital at 1401 Chester Blvd. stands vacant, marred by years of decay and vandalism. The original hospital was constructed in 1904 and served the Richmond community for more than a century with continuous expansions made to the structure throughout its operation.

Petition calls for stoplight at Love's entrance

INDOT says recent safety study done on that stretch of U.S. 35 suggests a light isn't needed there. A semi pulls out of the entrance of Love's Travel Stop on U.S. 35 just north of the Interstate 70 interchange in Richmond.

Senate change on proposed endowment tax could spare some schools

A few dozen private college endowments could dodge a bullet with the sweeping tax bill approved by the Senate early Saturday morning after a last-minute amendment.

Historic Indiana church closes after more than a century

This April 14,2011, file photo shows the southern side of Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church and its former parsonage , located on the northern side of the 1000 block of N. A Street in Richmond, Ind. RICHMOND, Ind.

9 new felonies filed against man with Jan. trial

Less than two months before a scheduled felony trial, a Richmond man now has two more felony cases, with a total of nine charges, filed against him by the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office. Kristopher A. Carico, 29, of the 400 block of South Fifth Street was arrested Nov. 14 when Wayne County Drug Task Force and Richmond Police Department officers served him with an arrest warrant as he walked to his vehicle outside the residence.

Another road closure to watch out for downtown

Parts of South Sixth and C streets will be shut down over an eight-week period for a sewer separation project. South Sixth and South C streets in Richmond will have a series of road closures over the next eight weeks for a sewer separation project.

Associated Risk Managers' Easley Named President of Indiana Big 'I'

Easley currently serves as chairman of Associated Risk Managers International , and previously has held the positions of secretary and board member with ARM of Indiana. A former treasurer and board member with Big "I" of Indiana, Easley is a 25-year veteran of the insurance industry, having served as agent for the RMD/Patti Insurance Agency in Richmond, Indiana, since 1992.

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