A Franklin man has been sentenced to seven years in prison after pleading guilty to dealing heroin last year.
Over the past decade, Franklin’s downtown area has thrived.
Johnson County drivers will have to contend with a few new traffic changes as they navigate roads on the western side of the county this week.
Johnson County’s schools will revert to the pre-pandemic format in offering students free meals this summer, with on-site meals available rather than meals to go.
More than 200 undergraduate and graduate students crossed the stage at Franklin College’s Spurlock Center gymnasium Saturday, during the school’s commencement ceremony.
The National Weather Service preliminarily confirmed that a tornado struck Camp Atterbury on Saturday, and officials said straight-line winds were likely responsible for damage reported in other parts of the county.
Editors note: The Daily Journal previously reported about this incident and has written this update to clear the record. All persons in crime stories are innocent until proven guilty.
Middle school students can sign up for free summer youth camps in June that will include science, technology, robotics, engineering, math and business at Ivy Tech Community College’s Columbus campus.