Tonight will be councilman J.R. Holdcrafts first council meeting since being selected to fill a vacancy on city council. Lawrenceburg Mayor Dennis Carr had cancelled all council meetings until the empty seat was filled. Holdcraft is a former city councilman and former vice mayor. It is expected that he will run in two years to keep the at…
A Dearborn County Road Project that had been delayed due to weather is now scheduled to begin today. North Dearborn Road will be closed west of Hiltz Road for about 3 months. The work will include re-alignment of the road.
George Street in Aurora has re-opened again for through traffic. CSX Railroad crews have been rebuilding the track crossing at U.S. 50 since April 5th. The improvements include making the intersection wider…adding signals and a sidewalk. Work will continue that may cause lane restrictions on George Street until all work is completed the end of June.
You have until the end of today to file your income tax return to Uncle Sam. You can file for an extension if unable to meet the deadline. Officials also suggest filing electronically, because software will red-flag common mistakes. Make sure you post correct routing, account, and Social Security numbers on your paperwork.
Switzerland County Schools in Vevay have been placed on lockdown Friday afternoon.
A two-year-old child remains in the hospital Friday after being injured in a bicycle accident in Dillsboro earlier this week.
House Bill (HB) 1324, which deals with natural gas as a motor fuel, passed out of the Senate with a 47-3 vote. State Representative Randy Frye (R-Greensburg) authored the measure.
Milan 54, Inc. is pleased to announce the successful completion of the fund raising campaign to acquire the “Hoosiers Collection” which is the largest known collection in existence of movie props and uniforms from the 1986 sports classic “Hoosiers.”
Indiana lawmakers are backing away from a controversial bill that would have required schools to arm a staff member.
A Harrison automotive dealer has been sentenced to six-years in prison for taking over $350,000 from a bank through a car title scam.