Local News from Thursday, March 26th, 2020
LETTER: RCCF Gives Response To COVID-19 Outbreak
The Ripley County Community Foundation is doing what they can to continue helping the community.
Wang's Hot Chicken, Tom Tepe, Car Country Come Together To Help The Community
We have some really great people in our community.
Woody's On The Hill Bar & Grille To Hold Chicken Dinner Benefiting United Way
This chicken dinner will be held tonight, March 26, starting at 4:00 p.m.
VIDEO: Aurora Mayor Gives COVID-19 Update
Mayor Drury announced there will soon be changes to streamline needs and resources.
Remains Found Identified As Missing Person, Paige Johnson
The remains found were positively identified on March 24.
SBOA Audit Report Findings For LMU & The City Of Lawrenceburg
As a result of the SBOA’s findings, the City has already taken significant measures and is continuing to implement corrective actions.
Lawrenceburg City Council Work Session Available To Public Through YouTube
This Work Session will be held on Friday, March 27, at 4:00 p.m.
Franklin Co. Sees First Suspected COVID-19 Related Death
Health officials would like to remind the community of the importance of all citizens doing their part to slow the spread of the virus and protect those in our community who might be more vulnerable.
Housing Advocates Thank Governor Holcomb For Protecting Hoosier Renters With Veto Of SEA 148
"After we survive this pandemic, I think we’ll all have a greater appreciation for safe and stable housing."
Federal Prisoner Captured After Escaping Transport To Boone Co. Jail
The inmate was found and taken into custody around 5:30 p.m. yesterday.
Dearborn County Recycling Center Saturday Drive-Thru Hours
The Dearborn County Recycling Center Drive-Thru will be open on Saturdays during the month of March from 9am-3pm.at Dearborn County Recycling Center
All current LMU customers are getting relief during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The City of Lawrenceburg and Lawrenceburg Main Street are partnering up to help small businesses.
Fourteen local boys and girls basketball players have been recognized for their work in the classroom.
Lawrenceburg and South Dearborn are well represented as well.