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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
Man, 20, sentenced to 15 years for crime spree

Rodney W. Blevins II was sentenced to 15.5 years for six felonies and a misdemeanor as stipulated by his plea agreement. RICHMOND, Ind.

RPD honors top officer for 2017's final months

RICHMOND, Ind. - The Richmond Police Department selected Officer Tyler Smith as its top officer for the fourth quarter of 2017.

Trio of sheriff candidates make it official

Having already announced their intentions to run, Todd Barker, Donnie Benedict and Randy Retter have formally filed the necessary paperwork. RICHMOND, Ind.

Man pleads guilty to 2 felonies; 9 remain

Kristopher A. Carico pleaded guilty Thursday to two felonies after reaching a deal that would sentence him to four years in prison. RICHMOND, Ind.

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Wayne County could lose half its townships

Bill under consideration by the Indiana General Assembly would force all townships with fewer than 1,200 residents to consolidate. RICHMOND, Ind.

McDonald's near downtown could open end of month

The structure continues to see work done on its interior and exterior, and could open by the end of January, franchisee Pat Pawling said last week. Part of a map of Richmond is seen on a wall at a recently-rebuilt McDonald's at 1725 E. Main St. on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018.

Richmond city planner leaving for EDC role

Sarah Mitchell, who has held the city planner position since May 2014, has been named the EDC's new manager of existing business and education. RICHMOND, Ind.

Council approves tougher animal ordinance

Tia Penaranda, whose online petition led to changes to Richmond's animal welfare ordinance, addresses Richmond Common Council during a public hearing on the ordinance on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. RICHMOND, Ind.

Heroin, burglary result in 4-year jail sentence

A heroin dealer who was arrested again while out on bail received four years in prison and two years of probation to resolve his two cases. Allen Hartman, 35, of Richmond, was sentenced to three years for dealing heroin and to three years with two suspended to probation for burglary, He pleaded guilty to the two Level 5 felonies as required by a plea agreement he reached with the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office.

'I hurt people,' ashamed dealer tells judge

Those efforts impressed Judge Charles Todd Jr., who was responsible Tuesday with sentencing Gaston for his two Level 3 felony dealing charges. Todd told the 29-year-old he had taken "about as positive of actions without negative actions as you could take."

Class of 2017 hits a graduation milestone

For the first time in at least 10 years, all of Wayne County schools had a graduation rate of 90 percent or better. RICHMOND, Ind.

Does downtown have room, or need, for 2 clinics?

Neighborhood Health Center, expected to open this April, will be a primary care facility that also offers dental and behavioral health services. The front entrance of the new Neighborhood Health Center at the corner of South 10th and A streets is seen Friday, Jan. 12, 2018.

Teen formally charged with gun-related felony

Carlos Manuel Cruz-Zuniga has been formally charged with a felony and misdemeanor after a gun was found in his car at Richmond High School. RICHMOND, Ind.

This will be another busy year for road work

Wayne County has at least three bridge projects scheduled to go along with INDOT and city plans for road improvement. RICHMOND, Ind.

South-side Marsh sold during sheriff sale

The building was sold for $1,288,511.75 to Wells Fargo Bank, which has not said what it plans to do with the property. RICHMOND, Ind.

Flu shots still available, still worth getting

Local health experts continue to encourage residents who have not received their flu shot to do so as soon as possible. RICHMOND, Ind.

Walsh Construction Performs Bridge Slide on I-70 Project

For the second time in its history, the Indiana Department of Transportation is using a slide-in-bridge method to replace the twin bridges on Interstate 70 at State Route 121/New Paris Pike in Wayne County. The $5.6 million project was awarded to Walsh Construction Company in 2017.

Child molester receives 30 years for 3 offenses

Shaunta E. Debouse, 37, was sentenced to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to three Level 1 felony child molesting charges. RICHMOND, Ind.

50-degree temps, then 8 inches of snow?

If there was one week to epitomize the fluctuations of Indiana weather, this one would be it. Boy, would this one be it.

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