You can show off your singing chops and win $300 at the upcoming Dillsboro Homecoming Festival.
Tri-state yard sale enthusiasts will flock to the Hidden Valley Lake community on Saturday.
Lawrenceburg Police are investigating an assault that occurred at Lawrenceburg Village Apartments last weekend.
Hundreds of jobs need filled at a call center in northern Kentucky.
A reality TV celebrity will be in our neck of the woods this summer. The Fayette County Regional Health System is bringing Willie Robertson from the hit A&E reality series, Duck Dynasty, to Connersville.
One Ripley County student has been named recipient of a full tuition, four-year scholarship as the Ripley County Community Foundation 2013 Lilly Endowment Community Scholar.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and Community Mental Health Center, Inc., Lawrenceburg, wants you to know that the national prevention month provides our communities with an important opportunity to become aware of, and remain vigilant of, how children are abused, what effect this abuse has on our children and our communities, how we can help children who are abused, and what we can do to stop child abuse in the future.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence is getting part of the individual income tax cut he wants for Hoosiers, but is still critical of the Senate budget proposal.
State Representatives Randy Frye (R-Greensburg) and Cindy Ziemke (R-Batesville) honored the Greensburg High School men’s basketball team today with a resolution in honor of their victory in the Class 3A State Championship.
Lawrenceburg Community Schools are considering random drug testing for students at Greendale Middle School and Lawrenceburg High School.