Many residents in southeast Indiana woke up without cable television, Internet, or phone service Thursday morning.
A former sheriff is now a member of the South Dearborn Community Schools Board of Trustees.
The Indiana Department of Transportation confirms the need for a “No Turn On Red” sign on George Street at its intersection with U.S. Highway 50 in Aurora.
Healthcare.gov is not the only government website having issues. Part of Indiana’s welfare website will be down for about two weeks.
It’s being called the first meeting of public officials from all across Dearborn County in at least 15 years. Just as the leaders from the county, its three cities, and handful of towns were all in one room Wednesday evening, they could soon be adopting one county-wide plan for the future.
Another major Indiana business is taking opposition to a state amendment to ban same sex marriages.
Motorists should expect major delays when travelling on Kentucky 18 at Kentucky 237 in Burlington overnight.
Three area lawmakers are responding to an Indianapolis Star newspaper article which raised allegations of conflicts of interest.
The Town of Sunman’s clerk-treasurer has pleaded guilty and been sentenced for using the town’s credit card to make personal purchases.
UPDATE: Joseph Schuler, accused of attacking a Lawrenceburg Police officer, appeared in Dearborn Circuit Court Tuesday. The judge set Schuler’s bond at $1 million surety and $5,000 cash.