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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
Richmond attempted homicide suspect arrested in New York

Police pulled over 24-year-old Demetrius M. William after he was caught doing 56 in a 30 mph zone in his 2009 Ford Sedan. "Officers gave William Demetrius verbal commands to exit his vehicle which he did not comply, and fled the police in his vehicle," Rensselaer's press release read.

Photo contest will help preservation efforts

Photo contest will help preservation efforts Richmond Columbian Properties is offering the contest as a fundraiser for its efforts on the city's north side. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2lnKRJ2 Richmond Columbian Properties is asking for entries for its first photography show, which will help the group raise funds for its mission to promote education and advocacy for neighborhood and community reinvestment.

Pet of the Week: Meet Billy

Billy, a 2- to 3-year-old dog, can be adopted from Animal Welfare League shelter, 1825 Chester Blvd., Richmond. Pet of the Week: Meet Billy Billy, a 2- to 3-year-old dog, can be adopted from Animal Welfare League shelter, 1825 Chester Blvd., Richmond.

Work already underway for explosions' 50tha

Work already underway for explosions' 50th annivesary The Wayne County Historical Museum is looking for donations of items related to the 1968 downtown Richmond explosions. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2lww693 At 1:47 p.m. on April 6, 1968, a pair of explosions at Sixth and East Main streets ripped through downtown Richmond, killing 41 people and injuring more than 120.

Notebook: Seton student collects 2,000 valentines

A lot of love and good wishes were delivered this week thanks to an 11-year-old Seton Catholic student. Notebook: Seton student collects 2,000 valentines A lot of love and good wishes were delivered this week thanks to an 11-year-old Seton Catholic student.

Richmond burglar given 9 years for 2 cases

Richmond burglar given 9 years for 2 cases Derek Scott Cook was sentenced to nine years of incarceration this week for a pair of 2015 burglaries. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2lmbaSB Derek Scott Cook, 24, pleaded guilty Tuesday to two Level 4 felony counts of burglary as required by a plea agreement that he had reached with the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office.

Authorities: 4 injured after barn collapses in Indiana

The Palladium-Item reports crews responded Sunday afternoon to the 140-foot-by-60-foot hoop barn in the Wayne County community of Hagerstown. Sheriff Jeff Cappa says four people had minor injuries and three of them were taken to a hospital for treatment.

Governor candidate Rex Bell: 'I'll be all right'

Governor candidate Rex Bell: 'I'll be all right' The Libertarian who ran for Indiana governor continues to recover from a stroke he suffered days before the election. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2kxb8DJ With less than a week to go before the general election, Libertarian candidate for Indiana governor Rex Bell was busy campaigning.

RFD's improved training facility gets a workout

Firefighters have been learning new skills over the past couple of weeks at the training ground off South Eighth Street. RFD's improved training facility gets a workout Firefighters have been learning new skills over the past couple of weeks at the training ground off South Eighth Street.

Open house held for historic area home

What started as a Craigslist sale Well over 100 people paid a visit to a recently restored historic home along Richmond's old "Millionaire's Row" on Thursday night, to tour the structure and see the changes that were made over the past several months Open house held for historic Richmond home What started as a Craigslist sale Well over 100 people paid a visit to a recently restored historic home along Richmond's old "Millionaire's Row" on Thursday night, to tour the structure and see the changes that were made over the past several months Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2kUm3uu Well over 100 people visited the McGuire House, 1903 E. Main St., during the property's open house Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017.

Firehouse BBQ restaurant expanding its bar area

The renovations, which are expected to finish in June, will more than double the amount of space in the bar area. Firehouse BBQ restaurant expanding its bar area The renovations, which are expected to finish in June, will more than double the amount of space in the bar area.

Reflections from Linda Sarsour's Visit, by Erica Coulter

When Linda Sarsour walked on to the stage at Earlham College last Wednesday, she began by telling the audience how speechless she was. She told us that she never expected such a warm welcome in Indiana.

Earlham students hope tiny house helps fight stereotypes

What started out as a summertime project for a pair of Earlham College students will soon become a temporary part of the school's efforts to introduce sustainable housing alternatives. Seniors Abby McCullough and Lily Fishleder built a tiny house - a dwelling that by definition is typically between 100 and 400 square feet - over the summer in Colorado.

Our Past: Baby left at Richmond couple's door

Our Past: Baby left at Richmond couple's door In February 1877, a couple living on North Sixth Street found a precious package waiting outside their boarding house. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2kCdxjB a On Saturday night about 11 o'clock when Charlie Brumfield and wife at their North Sixth Street boarding house were about to retire, someone briskly passed through their yard.

Addiction program begins Richmond chapter

Addiction program begins Richmond chapter The third Wayne County chapter of A Better Life - Brianna's Hope begins addiction counseling meetings Monday. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2k79dpg The Richmond chapter will meet at 6:30 p.m. Mondays at Central United Methodist Church, 1425 E. Main St. It joins county chapters in Hagerstown and Cambridge City, as well as 11 other operating chapters.

Good Omen: Plant manager likes U.S., Israel future

Good Omen: Plant manager likes U.S., Israel future Omen USA's official says he is looking forward to operating the business in Richmond during the Trump era. Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/2l1ohsB Omen USA's plant manager Dror De-Porto speaks to a group of people during an informational session at Ivy Tech Community College on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017.

Richmond gets more grant money to fight blight

The $254,000 in new funds was the largest of the Blight Elimination Program grants made among three state divisions. Richmond gets more grant money to fight blight The $254,000 in new funds was the largest of the Blight Elimination Program grants made among three state divisions.

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