The commonwealth has rested its case. Now, it’s the defense’s turn to call witnesses and present evidence in the double murder trial of Michael Moore.
A fundraiser for a 12-year-old local boy severely injured in a lawn-mower accident was bittered by a theft last weekend.
More testimony is scheduled for tomorrow in the ongoing termination hearing of a Lawrenceburg Police officer.
State Representative Randy Frye (R-Greensburg) will be hosting a breakfast at 8:00 a.m. on October 26 at the Aurora Fire House, 5950 Dutch Hollow Road.
The fourth and final blast of the old Milton-Madison Bridge took place a little earlier than planned Thursday morning.
Lawrenceburg Community Schools students will get a lesson in playing nice on Friday, September 20.
A Union resident is accused of threatening to kill a local lawmaker.
After weeks of delays, the Indiana Department of Education released the preliminary statewide, district, and school level ISTEP+ test scores Wednesday. UPDATE: Comments from more local superintendents now included.
Thanks to JTM Food Group, local mothers will be better able to ensure the safety of their infants and young children.
A gigantic, red and winged horse will soon loom over the City of Lawrenceburg skate park, but it's nothing to be afraid of.