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LAWRENCEVILLE — A Lawrenceville man was cited for driving under the influence of alcohol on the evening of May 25, after his vehicle struck a 4-year-old girl, according to the Lawrenceville Police … more
May 19, 2020 – Todd Alan Wilson and Tina Renee DeLoriea, both of Lawrenceville. Real estate transfers May 19, 2020 Dann Norton to Casey State Bank, Lawrenceville, Lot 5 in SP Barton’s … more
LAWRENCEVILLE — It won’t necessarily be full-speed ahead at the Lawrence Public Library, but the building will be open to the public again on Monday, June 1. At a May 19 meeting of the … more
SUMNER — The 2019-20 school year has come to a close for students at Sumner Attendance Center in what will likely always be known as the “year of the pandemic.” That did not stop the staff at … more
SAINT FRANCISVILLE — Although the majority appeared favorable to introducing a new method for city residents to pay their water bills online, the matter was tabled by the St. Francisville City … more
VINCENNES, Ind. – Vincennes University conservation law enforcement students have planned a way to make a real impact on nature and the local community. For their semester-long project in a … more
NEWTON — Through a partnership with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, the Peoples State Bank of Newton has set aside a total of $20,000 to award to various organizations serving the needs of their eight communities during this unprecedented time. more
NEWTON — Through a partnership with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago, the Peoples State Bank of Newton has set aside a total of $20,000 to award to various organizations serving the needs of their eight communities during this unprecedented time. more
As part of ongoing updates and online offerings to the Daily Record website, www.lawdailyrecord.com, the paper will launch a new paywall Monday, June 1. more
ALBION, — The GWRPC Board of Directors elected officers for 2020 at the board meeting on Thursday, March 26th. All four current officers were reappointed for an additional one-year term. Joe Judge, of Wabash County, will continue as Commission Chairman; Rob Anniss, of Richland County, will continue serving as Vice-Chairman; Scott Merkle, of Wayne County, will continue as Secretary; and Randy Hallam, of Edwards County, will continue serving as Commission Treasurer. The GWRPC Board of Directors hosts members from all seven counties the Commission serves and oversees Commission activities. more
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