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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
N. 20th St., 2 other bridges about to reopen

The projects on North 20th Street in Richmond and Boyd Road and West Front Street in Cambridge City are just about finished. RICHMOND, Ind.

Company cited $10,500 for work-related accident

Ahaus Tool and Engineering will be required to pay $10,500 to the state for violations found in an inspection after a work-related accident. U.S. congressional representative and U.S. Senate candidate Todd Young took a tour of Ahaus Tool and Engineering in Richmond on Tuesday, Sept.

After 7 dogs euthanized, no-kill shelter director fired in Indiana

RICHMOND, Ind. - The recently-hired director and two board members of a local pet shelter have been removed from their positions following public backlash over the euthanasia of seven dogs .

Law restores education benefits for vets

Jason Nyikos was angry, lost and confused when the college he'd been attending for more than a year shuttered its doors unexpectedly last fall. A U.S. Navy veteran, Nyikos of Greenfield had exhausted 22 months of GI Bill benefits when ITT Technical Institute closed campuses across the country last September amid scrutiny of its accreditation and recruiting practices.

Richmond man caught in federal heroin, meth case

Gary Sellers, 43, of Richmond is one of four men arrested in connection with a federal heroin and methamphetamine trafficking case. United States Attorney Josh Minkler announced Tuesday in a news release the arrests of Gary Sellers, 43, of Richmond, and Richard Roberson, 39; Leroy Thomas, 45; and Ali Abdul Salam, 40, all of Indianapolis.

Local no-kill shelter facing backlash after lie about 7 euthanized dogs

The seven animals, all of whom had been determined to be "bite risks," were taken for euthanization on Nov. 2 to a Richmond veterinary clinic. A dog at HELP the Animals pet shelter, 2101 W. Main St., is seen Friday, June 23, 2017.

Another (brief) road closure coming up soon

A portion of East Main Street is set to be closed Nov. 20-22 to install a new sign on the overhead railroad trestle. A portion of East Main Street is scheduled to be closed Nov. 20-22 to add a "RICHMOND" illuminated sign to the overhead railroad trestle.

Money saved means more blighted homes coming down

RICHMOND, Ind. - Richmond's Blight Elimination Program was scheduled to wrap up by the end of this year, but instead it's going to continue into 2018.

Indianapolis firm lands $3.5M-plus hospital demolition project

Richmond officials say it will cost much less than expected to tear down an abandoned hospital complex that's become an eyesore targeted by vandals and thieves in the eastern Indiana city.

More than 150 honor vets at Veterans Day Service

Cindy Slick sings the national anthem Saturday during the Veterans Day Service at Wayne County Veterans Memorial Park in Richmond. Denise Retz, director of Richmonds parks department, speaks Saturday during the Veterans Day Service at Wayne County Veterans Memorial Park in Richmond.

Cost of demolishing old Richmond hospital less than expected

Richmond officials say it will cost much less than expected to tear down an abandoned hospital complex in the eastern Indiana city that's become an eyesore targeted by vandals and thieves. A city board has awarded a $3.5 million contract for demolition of the former Reid Hospital facility.

Coroner needs toxicology report for cause of death

Coroner Ron Stevens said he will need the toxicology report to determine what caused the death of a 28-year-old Richmond man. RICHMOND, Ind.

Dealer violates home detention, heads to prison

Otis E. Taylor pleaded guilty to dealing drugs and admitted violating his home detention. He received a prison sentence this time.

3 things to know from latest RCS board meeting

Teachers have a new contract, non-union employees are getting a raise and sewer project will affect practice soccer field. RICHMOND, Ind.

Parents of former Richmonder file $10.35 million lawsuit over his...

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RHS Choir to perform with BSU University Singers

RICHMOND, Ind. - The Ball State University Singers will perform a concert with Richmond High School Chamber Choir at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10, at Civic Hall Performing Arts Center, 380 Hub Etchison Parkway.

Owner: No truth to old County Market rumors

Stories told around town about why the space remains empty simply aren't true, according to the man trying to develop the property. The King's Plaza shopping area on National Road West in Richmond includes the former site of a County Market grocery.

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