Both parties involved were advised of how to proceed, should they wish to pursue further action in a dispute over dog ownership that was reported to authorities on Tuesday.
A man who fled rather than stop when signaled to do so by deputies Friday night eventually crashed, then ran from the scene before being apprehended.
The victim of a parking lot assault told authorities last weekend that her assailant had concealed herself behind some vehicles.
We would like to congratulate the ten students nominated for Mr. & Miss EO Coffman by the faculty and staff. Sam Crane, Emma Counce, Hunter Hagan, Georgia Land, Joseph Shay, Alexis Vance, Rob McGuire, Jenna Jones, Hunter Barnes, Samantha Moore.
Congrats to Mr. Joseph Shay and Miss Alexis Vance for being selected the 2013-2014 Mr. & Miss EO Coffman by their fellow peers.
An arrest has been made in connection with thefts reported along Virginia Drive earlier this year.
Police officers conducting a routine traffic stop on Friday report that charges of possession of marijuana were issued against a passenger.
Abany Dugger, 14, took home top honors when she was crowned Miss Tennessee Junior National Teenager 2014 at Stewarts Creek High School on March 29th in Smyrna, Tennessee.
A local man filed a complaint with law enforcement officers Tuesday after discovering that thieves had targeted his home that had recently burned.
On Monday, March 31st Summertown fans and former Lady Eagle softball players gathered for a ceremony to name the SHS Softball field in honor of longtime Lady Eagles coach Bobby Wyrick.
A Town Hall meeting took place at Providence Hall in downtown Lawrenceburg Thursday evening featuring Tennessee Speaker of the House Beth Harwell, Rep. Barry Doss, and other local officials. Watch that meeting here.
Landscaping Design students of Mr. Nick Eledge of Lawrence County High School recently completed projects that have caught the attention of many. Students worked in groups to design the most detailed property from the home, yard, sheds to the ponds
Tate Phillips, Dylan True, Saxton Long, Emily Brewer, Natalee Lee, and Grant Counce
Lacora Harris, Jacob Cooksey, Baylen Green, Colton Martin, Hunter Newton, and Trevor Lopp
Members of the Lawrence County Board of Commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday to allow the allocation of funding for Phase 1 of a proposed school building program.
An investigation was initiated Saturday after a local man discovered that he had become a victim of identity theft.
Front: (L-R) Darrell Boston- band director, Chelsea Herston, Chloe Frost, Kitana Cox, Kalee Richardson-guard instructor, Niki Rohling, Kaitlyn Canerday, Kathryn Randolph, Dean Payne-guard instructor.
Back: (L-R) Taylor Bradley, Katie Powell, Melody Nolte, Jessica Sudduth, Makayla Hobbs, Hannah Graves, Natasha Spurgeon
A resident of Weakley Creek Road requested that law enforcement officials investigate last week after trash and debris were dumped in her driveway.
One of several resolutions awaiting the Lawrence County Commission members will consider passage of is to *Urge State Senator Joey Hensley and State Representative Barry Doss to oppose privatizing of operations of state parks and services at various state parks. Read the agenda set for March 25th.
Congratulations to the Loretto High School Band! On Friday, March 14, 2014 they performed at the Middle Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association’s 75th Annual Concert and Sight Reading Performance Assessment hosted by Middle Tennessee State University.
Members of the Lawrenceburg Board of Mayor and Council have scheduled a meeting during which they plan to consider a proposal for the purchase of some city-owned properties in the downtown area.
Loretto High FCCLA members competed at District f5 STAR Events Friday, March 14. They all advanced to state competition with silver or gold medals. Fourteen members competed in nine events. Congratulations to Mrs. Vickie Bosheers and her students on an amazing showing!
Eight Lawrence County High School students attended DECA state competition in Nashville on March 5-8. Their names and participation are listed below. Cord Perry placed 2nd in the written test and will advance to the International Career Development Conference in Atlanta in May!
Cord Perry - Professional Selling - 2nd place written, advance to state
Jesse Adair - Hospitality & Tourism Professional Selling
Matilda Lopp - Sports & Entertainment Marketing
Alaina Staggs - Principles of Hospitality & Tourism
Morgan Knisley - Voting Delegate
Levi Gowen - Voting Delegate
Cassie Hobbs - Hospitality Committee
Sandy Fowler - Hospitality Committee
Lawrenceburg leaders approved a resolution designating appropriations to non-profit organizations during their meeting Thursday.
A small child was struck by a vehicle on U.S. Highway 43 North Tuesday afternoon. She was airlifted by AirEvac to Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville.
On Monday the Summertown High School Baseball Field was named in honor of former Eagles coach Ricky Haddock.
The Lawrenceburg Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 312 First Ave at 5:34 PM Sunday.
Congratulations to Mrs. Pam Bonee's Cosmetology students of Lawrence County High School that won at yesterday's regional competitions and will compete at the state competitions in April. Great job Zoe Morse, Cassie Smith, and Kayla Haymons!
On March 4, 2014 deputies responded to a home invasion on Long Branch Road, Lawrenceburg, TN. Deputies report talking to a subject in a black smaller pickup truck but at that time did not see anything that linked him to the crime.
Testimony got underway Thursday in a lawsuit involving owners of Parrott Puppy Farm and the Lawrence County Animal Welfare League.
Tennessee Labor & Workforce Development Commissioner Burns Phillips announced Thursday Tennessee’s preliminary unemployment rate for January is 7.2 percent
On Tuesday March 4th, Director of School Dr. Bill Heath spoke to the South Lawrence Economic Development Association.
The Life Connections Class of Loretto High School which is taught by Mrs. Vickie Bosheers has researched, planned, organized, and conducted a service learning project for Soles4Souls.
The owner of several buildings in Lawrenceburg’s historic district has proposed projects to city leaders that he feels would help revitalize the area.