Substantial steel increases and a busier marketplace are two of the reasons given for a $575,000 increase in the projected cost for the planned Dearborn County annex to be located between the courthouse and administration building in downtown Lawrenceburg.

CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE REGISTER: Jesse Combs, owner of Combs Pizza, 329 Second St., Aurora, not only has posted a sign supporting police, but has ammunition and other items available for police at the restaurant.

If police need help, Jesse Combs, co-owner of Combs Pizza with his wife April Combs, wants them to know he’s got their back.

Although the design and concept for a gateway attraction on the overpass that leads from Interstate 275 into Greendale has been sorely criticized on social media, Dearborn County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Eric Kranz said the goal is to impress upon motorists who pass through to remember the county when they consider their next weeke

To the chagrin of many residents, there was no straight up "yes or no"question asking if a Bright to Interstate 74 connector road is wanted in two study surveys conducted by the Ohio Kentucky Indiana Regional Council of Governments.

But overall, survey takers in phase two "conceptual solutions" seemed to get their message across.

The Greendale portion of a proposed Southeastern Indiana trail system could cost between $10 million and $15 million.

CHANDRA L. MATTINGLY/THE REGISTER: Jesse Combs, owner of Combs Pizza, 329 Second St., Aurora, not only has posted a sign supporting police, but has ammunition and other items available for police at the restaurant.
Lawrenceburg linebacker Braden (Bubba) Abdon zeroes in on a North Decatur ballcarrier during last week's three-day team football camp, a first-time venture involving the two school's at Dick Meador Stadium/Neary Memorial Field.

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Substantial steel increases and a busier marketplace are two of the reasons given for a $575,000 increase in the projected cost for the planned Dearborn County annex to be located between the court

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John J. Galvin, 85, Logan, Ind., died Tuesday, July 26, 2016. Jackman Kercheval Meyers Funeral Home, Harrison, is in charge of arrangements.