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LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville Delta Theta Tau Sorority, along with the Lawrenceville Moose Club, has worked closely with the Lawrence County Health Department in making the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Lawrenceville High School Alumni Mixer. more
BRIDGEPORT — Red Hill High School’s class of 2020 won’t graduate as planned on May 16, but it will still have its big day. A parade through the town of Bridgeport is being planned for 2 … more
SUMNER — The Sumner City Council met via the Zoom app video telephony platform for its monthly meeting on April 14, and discussed a number of financial matters. All members of the council were present to conduct business of the city. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Reports of a fourth confirmed case of coronavirus in Lawrence County proved false earlier this week. The erroneous case was discovered on the morning of May 4, as it was listed … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Senior Education Ministries, in conjunction with local health departments and medical COVID personnel at various hospitals as well as following CDC, WHO, NIOSH and OSHA recommendations, has unanimously voted to suspend all Dine with a Doc programs in Indiana and Illinois for the remainder of the 2020 calendar year. more
 WASHINGTON — Sen. Richard Blumenthal is leading an effort to provide government aid to the nation’s struggling  local news outlets — something once considered a long shot but less so now because of the damage being caused by the coronavirus emergency. more
LAWRENCEVILLE — It’s not necessarily business as usual at Sign of the Kingdom East during the coronavirus pandemic, but the social services organization is still making its weekly … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — Two Lawrence County residents were taken into custody on the evening of April 24, and were being held in Lawrence County Jail. more
• Lawrenceville police arrested Sierra Page Snow, 23, Vincennes, on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol. She was released from Lawrence County Jail and given a notice to appear in … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — The Lawrenceville City Council gave unanimous support to a pair of local businesses in seek of coronavirus relief during its regular monthly session on May 14. more
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