If you’re in need of a job, you might look towards Amazon.com’s warehouses in Hebron.
You can give your two cents on how a new area code will be implemented in southern Indiana in a couple years. There is a hearing at East Central High School on Thursday, May 2.
Forty children in Indiana died from abuse or neglect in 2011, a 60 percent increase from the year before, according to a new report from the Indiana Department of Child Services.
A Dearborn County resident helped her sorority claim victory for the second straight year at the famous Little 500 Bicycle Race at Indiana University.
State Senator Johnny Nugent (R-Lawrenceburg) has been re-elected to a third term on the National Rifle Association's Board of Directors.
Lawrenceburg residents will be able to get a free dumpster for a while longer.
A local grocery store’s alarm system notified police of an alleged burglar in the business last week.
Changes are coming to Indiana's 21st Century Scholars program. A local forum to detail the changes will take place Thursday, May 2 at the Lawrenceburg Public Library.
A $100,000 grant will help remove sediment buildup in Wilson Creek in Dearborn County. Another $3,520 will help pay for logjam removal in the creek.
Leslie W. Kessens, President of The Napoleon State Bank announced that Steven Harmeyer and Mark Fry have been appointed to the Board of Directors of The Napoleon State Bank.