Lawrenceburg Community Schools are on the leading edge of tech-based education with a new partnership with Google.
A U.S. Postal Service processing problem is holding up the mailing of utility bills in the area.
Lawrenceburg resident Sheryl Haag, dealer principal and owner, Haag Ford Sales, is chairing the 2015 United Way of Greater Cincinnati – Dearborn and Ohio Counties Campaign.
An artist from southeastern Indiana has been selected to design a commemorative medal for the state's 200 year anniversary.
Doctors and pastors, economists and environmentalists - people all across Indiana - are applauding the first-ever national protections from carbon pollution - and they're calling on the state's elected leaders to get behind the Clean Power Plan.
Utility bills are running behind in Greendale.
Lawrenceburg City Councilman J.R. Holdcraft has resigned from council.
UPDATE: The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet advises that one lane of both northbound and southbound I-71 has reopened at the fuel spill scene.
One local educator has been named to the Digital Public Library of America’s Educational Advisory Committee.
Aurora Casket remains on pace to be acquired by a Pennsylvania firm this year.