Franklin Local Business
Local business in Franklin, IN
Thursday Jul 21 | via Daily Journal
The community rallied, dug deep and donated enough money to earn the Johnson County Community Foundation up to $1 million through the Lilly Endowment. One immediate result: Local organizations that work to make the county better and help residents will get in total $40,000 more each year to spend on programs or scholarships, foundation president and CEO Gail Richards said. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via Daily Journal
Learning the rigors and processes of farming is difficult enough, but for young people looking for a career in modern agriculture, their education goes beyond mastering planting, tilling, irrigation and harvest. Students have to learn about the complex motion of how water moves through dirt and other soil physics. Comment?
Monday Jul 18 | via Daily Journal
One month ago, the Daily Journal reported on the efforts by the residents of our Franklin United Methodist Community to raise awareness about Alzheimer's and dementia through the "Longest Day" initiative. Thank you! In the event that your readers wonder just how exciting an event at a retirement community could be, here is a glimpse into our great day. Comment?
Sunday Jul 17 | via Daily Journal
Survivors include his wife, Janelle Phelps; son, Quinn Phelps of Indianapolis; stepson, Justin Bowling, and stepdaughter Megan Davidson, both of Franklin; mother, Geraldine King and stepfather, John King, both of Greenwood; sister, Michele Coryell of Franklin; brother, Tony Allen Flynn of Apollo, Pennsylvania; one grandchild and three stepgrandchildren. Rev. Mark Svarczkopf will conduct a service at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Swartz Family Community Mortuary and Memorial Center, 300 U.S. 31 South in Franklin. Comment?
Friday Jul 15 | via Daily Journal
The Johnson County Community Foundation is hosting the second "Color the County" Mural painting day on July 30 in Franklin. Everyone is welcome to make their contribution to a mural in downtown Franklin. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 12 | via Daily Journal
A Whiteland day care has been put on probation for three months after a state inspection found the center did not have enough staff members watching children. In order to have its probationary license lifted, Childtime Learning Center, 565 Tracy Road, has to correct the violations cited in the recent inspection and can't have any other violations within the three-month period. Comment?
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