Lawrenceburg Police officers responded to investigate a report of a stolen car at a Spring Avenue home during the weekend.
During a business meeting Thursday Lawrenceburg leaders opted to defer action on an ordinance that would establish fees and rules for holding yard sales inside the city limits.
The Loretto High School Band took a short break from their practice on Tuesday, August 12 to donate stuffed animals to the Loretto Fire Department. The Loretto Firemen give stuffed animals to help comfort children in emergency situations. Pictured top left: Loretto Fire Chief Barry Luffman, Fireman Derek Boston and Band Director Darrell Boston.
A property owner in Bonnertown reported late last week that his home had been burglarized and that only one item appeared to be missing.
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A local woman reported to authorities Tuesday that she had attempted to purchase a Great Dane puppy via the internet only to discover later that the transaction was a scam.
The Lawrenceburg Parks and Recreation Department and the Crockett Theater Board is very pleased to be presenting the US Air Force Band of Mid-America “Freedom Winds” at the Historical Crockett Theater on Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at 7:00pm.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has obtained indictments for a prisoner accused of killing a fellow inmate and injuring another in a gang-related attack.
A local market owner requested that an investigation be started last week after finding that an employee had been stealing from the cash register under the ruse of giving "refunds."
An arrest was made late last week after two men reportedly became involved in an altercation at a construction site in the Loretto area.
Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation Recreation Educational Services Director Gerald Parish has notified the City of Loretto that their Parks and Recreation Fund grant has been increased from $125,000 to $250,000.
A Glenn Springs Road resident reported to authorities last week that he had watched as two jovial males vandalized his neighbor’s mailbox.
A reward is being offered for information related to a fire at a Five Points structure Friday that has been deemed arson.
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Sheriff Jimmy Brown has announced that the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department has partnered with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation and the Tennessee Department of Health to institute a unique Pharmaceutical Collection Program in our county.
Police officers issued animal neglect charges against a Loretto resident on Friday after some individuals discovered that she had left her dog locked inside a hot car at midday.
Investigations are being conducted after two residents reported Tuesday that their identities had been used to make fraudulent purchases.
DUI charges were placed against a local woman on Wednesday after she allowed her fourteen-year-old son to drive because she had allegedly been intoxicated.
Motions regarding a 2013 vehicular homicide/texting while driving case have been settled in court, paving the way for the trial to begin next week.
Lawrence County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to investigate Friday after being notified that a Summertown man had somehow sustained a gunshot wound.
A Lawrenceburg business owner filed a complaint with law enforcement officers Monday, reporting that an ex-employee had fraudulently used his business information to obtain cell phone service, then racked up a hefty bill.
A fourteen-year-old Summertown boy was airlifted to a Nashville hospital Wednesday afternoon after having been struck by a vehicle.
An employee at a Lawrenceburg market reported to authorities Saturday that she had been duped by a man who had posed as a representative of a phone card company.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and volunteer instructors will offer the Hunter Safety Class July 22-25, 2014 at the Lawrenceburg City Administration Building.
A local man who was recently targeted in an Internal Revenue Service scam wishes to warn others not to fall victim to the same ploy.
The Lawrence County Democratic Party held a meet and greet dinner in Loretto this past Saturday, giving local candidates a chance to speak to voters ahead of the start of early voting. Early voting will start July 18th and end August 2nd. Election day will be on August 7th.
Pictured left to right: Trustee Kiley Weathers, Circuit Court Clerk Debbie Riddle, County Executive J Mack Chandler, Sheriff Jimmy Brown, County Clerk Chuck Kizer, County Commissioner Chris Jackson, County Commissioner Wayne Yocum and Assessor of Property Barbara Kizer.
The LCHS Shooting Team competed in the Tennessee State Trap Shoot, June 20th & 21st, at the Nashville Gun Club.
The annual Fireworks Display is scheduled for just after dusk on the fourth of July at Bobby Brewer Park.