The weekend’s Regatta Festival events were filled with action, drama, cheers — and a few tears.
Indiana Department of Transportation maintenance crews will chip seal State Road 62 between State Road 250 in northeast Jefferson County to State Road 129 near the Switzerland-Ripley county line — weather permitting — on Tuesday.
A home at 2302 South River Bottom Road in Hanover was destroyed by fire just before 11 p.m. Saturday.
Cassie Holcomb had
trouble finding the words to express how she felt Friday afternoon after
same-sex marriage bans were ruled unconstitutional by the United States
A Dupont man remains
behind bars after being charged with two counts of child molestation
following a police investigation that began earlier this year.
Hanover Police arrested a Madison woman Thursday after locating a vehicle that had been reported stolen from Oldham County, Ky.
A Lexington woman faces three DUI charges following a single-vehicle crash early Friday.
Police found an
additional 24 grams of methamphetamine Wednesday in a vehicle connected
to two suspects already accused of dealing and possessing
methamphetamine following a search earlier this week.
Motorists with unpaid traffic tickets could save some money if they pay the fine by the end of June.
The Jefferson County
Health Department is offering free HPV - human papillomavirus-
vaccinations to anyone 11-26 years old who does not have health
insurance or their insurance does not cover vaccinations.
Jefferson County Sheriff John Wallace asked county commissioners during a meeting Thursday night to consider installation of stop signs in a subdivision to help with traffic flow and safety in the area.
The Jefferson County Animal Shelter Advisory Board agreed to furnish Animal Control Officers with 800 MHz radios.
The Madison-Milton Bridge pedestrian sidewalk will be closed during the Madison Regatta weekend.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the release of the movie “Madison,” and to celebrate that anniversary, the Madison Regatta and the City of Madison are inviting three principals from that film back to town next week.
A Kentucky man accused of killing a Jefferson County teen in April told a judge Wednesday afternoon he and his family could not secure private counsel after speaking with several attorneys.