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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

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Richmond council approves 2018 budget, salaries

The council approved a final 2018 budget for the city, as well as ordinances for salary changes - increases - for municipal employees. Richmond city council approves 2018 budget, salaries The council approved a final 2018 budget for the city, as well as ordinances for salary changes - increases - for municipal employees.

Jury convicts Richmond burglar of perjury

Jury convicts burglar of perjury, designates him a habitual offender Dustin Craig Sullivan was found guilty of perjury and of being a habitual offender by a Wayne County jury. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2wPdtjk RICHMOND, Ind.

Deputies: Woman hid drugs in courthouse elevator

A woman is accused of hiding drugs in an elevator at the Randolph County Courthouse, and also mailing meth to her jailed boyfriend. Deputies: Woman hid drugs in courthouse elevator A woman is accused of hiding drugs in an elevator at the Randolph County Courthouse, and also mailing meth to her jailed boyfriend.

Homicide victim identified as Richmond 27-year-old

A homicide victim found Friday afternoon at a North Centerville Road property has been identified as Richmond's James Herbolt. Homicide victim identified as Richmond 27-year-old A homicide victim found Friday afternoon at a North Centerville Road property has been identified as Richmond's James Herbolt.

Veterans can get help with benefits next week

Veterans can get help with benefits and more next week Annual resource fair returns Oct. 20 at the Tom Raper Center on the Wayne County Fairgrounds. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2yUqzws Participants gather information about jobs, health and education during a Veterans Resource Fair Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014, at the Kuhlman Center on the Wayne County Fairgrounds.

Nurse admitted diverting $72,000 of opioids

Nurse admitted diverting $72,000 of opioids Reid Health caught nurse with vials of pain meds in scrubs, underwear Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2yMNHNn RICHMOND - The Indiana attorney general's office is seeking disciplinary action against the license of a nurse who admitted diverting $72,000 worth of opioids from Reid Health hospital. The registered nurse, Michelle Hibbard, 43, allegedly was caught with nine vials of opioid pain medication while on duty at the hospital, which declined comment for this article.

Richmond '18 budget might include adding employees

Those and other changes were among the topics discussed during a Committee of the Whole meeting, held Wednesday evening at City Hall. A few changes later, Richmond gets a balanced budget for 2018 Those and other changes were among the topics discussed during a Committee of the Whole meeting, held Wednesday evening at City Hall.

25-year-old sentenced for sex with 14-year-old

Jose Eduardo Diaz was sentenced to five years and six months of incarceration after admitting he had sex with a 14-year-old girl. 25-year-old sentenced for sex with 14-year-old Jose Eduardo Diaz was sentenced to five years and six months of incarceration after admitting he had sex with a 14-year-old girl.

Gaar Jackson eminent domain case isn't done yet

Gaar Jackson Road eminent domain case isn't done yet Pentecost family files objection to appraisers' valuation of the property needed for the widening of the road. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2knR6zO This section of Gaar Jackson Road looking west toward Centerville Road will be widened as one of the promises made to bring Blue Buffalo to the Midwest Industrial Park.

Drug dealers sentenced to 3, 2 years of prison

Joshua Jackson Sr. was sentenced to three years of incarceration and April N. Scalf to two years of incarceration and two years of probation. Drug dealers sentenced to 3, 2 years of incarceration Joshua Jackson Sr. was sentenced to three years of incarceration and April N. Scalf to two years of incarceration and two years of probation.

October In Wayne County: All The Spooky Things

It's October in Wayne County, and we all know what that means. Fall leaves, bonfires, hiking in the woodsyeah, yeah, yeah.but mostly it's about Spooky Things! Wayne County excels in bringing all kinds of spooky delights to the community for people of all ages.

4 things to know from latest council meeting

Members on Monday got updates on the old Reid project and union negotiations and held public hearings on several 2018 budget-related ordinances. 4 things to know from this week's Common Council meeting Members on Monday got updates on the old Reid project and union negotiations and held public hearings on several 2018 budget-related ordinances.

Here's what downtown's McDonald's will look like

The restaurant closed for the demolition and reconstruction Oct. 1, and will be out of service until the new building opens in December. Franchisee: Downtown McDonald's will be torn down this week The restaurant closed for the demolition and reconstruction Oct. 1, and will be out of service until the new building opens in December.

Dealer who said he needed surgery sentenced

Ilberto M. Spicer pleaded guilty to selling meth but failed to show up for a hearing to provide documentation about the surgery he said he needed. Drug dealer who said he needed surgery finally sentenced Ilberto M. Spicer pleaded guilty to selling meth but failed to show up for a hearing to provide documentation about the surgery he said he needed.

Richmond antique store targets men with car, train interests

A new store geared toward traditional men's interests - cars, trains and planes - recently opened in the city's historic Depot District. Grandpa's Garage, 183 Fort Wayne Ave., features a wide variety of vintage car parts, automotive magazines, model cars and trains and decorative commercial signs.

Longer-Life Stringer Bead Delivers Higher Material Removal in Weld Cleanup

Osborn presents their carbon steel TufBrush 4 in stringer bead that provides up to three times longer life to reduce brush changes and more effective material removal that increases efficiency so that users can complete tasks faster. Booth A6574: Ideal for weld cleanup applications, including root and hot pass, surface preparation and pipe joining and more, the carbon steel TufBrush 4 in stringer bead from Osborn provides up to three times longer life to reduce brush changes and more effective material removal that increases efficiency so that users can complete tasks faster.

Vaccination deadline looming for RCS students

About 100 kids still need immunizations, band and Devilettes heading to Disney next year, Civic Hall getting upgrades and a master plan update. Vaccination deadline and 3 more things to know from RCS meeting About 100 kids still need immunizations, band and Devilettes heading to Disney next year, Civic Hall getting upgrades and a master plan update.

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