Our thoughts and prayers are with the Delphi community as they deal with the unspeakable loss of two young girls. We pray for a speedy resolution in the criminal investigation and most of all, for peace and comfort for all those affected by this tragic loss of two young lives. May God bless the families […]
Frankfort, Ind. – Experienced human resources veteran Jack Dodd will become the first human resources director in the City’s history when he joins the City team Monday, February 13. According to Mayor Chris McBarnes, Dodd was selected from a pool of 30 candidates narrowed down to three finalists. “We were pleased to receive so many […]
Frankfort, Ind. – Frankfort residents are invited to attend the Pacers-Frankfort Community Night Friday, February 24 when the Pacers take on the Memphis Grizzlies at 7:00 p.m. Discount tickets are available in the upper balcony for $18 per person and $30 per person in the lower balcony and can be purchased online by visiting: pacersgroups.com/tickets/1149 […]
Sadly, Frankfort has lost another long time community leader with the passing of Jim Goar this week. Jim was a proud military veteran, active businessman, civic volunteer and economic development pioneer. Whether it was serving many years as a successful real estate agent, contributing countless volunteer hours for our local Rotary chapter, leading the work […]
In our ongoing communications and transparency work, we’ve made it even easier for you to know what’s happened at our Board of Public Works and Common Council meetings. You always are welcome to attend these meetings, but if you can’t, you can still hear everything that happened – all in a few clicks on […]
The Level 3 Hazardous Travel Advisory has been lifted as of this morning.
As of 9:40 a.m. this morning, the City of Frankfort is moving to a Level 3 Hazardous Travel Watch Advisory. This is the lowest level advisory with no restrictions on travel, but drivers are encouraged to use extra caution on the roads. Our Street Department crews have salt trucks out, working the roads. Please take […]
On Monday, January 9, the Good to Go gas station at 505 North Jackson Street had cross contamination happen of gasoline into their kerosene tank. Approximately 60 gallons were sold with customers believing it was kerosene in the tank when it was actually gasoline. If anyone purchased the gasoline, DO NOT USE IT as it […]
Earlier this week, our community lost a true legend. As so many of you know, Bill Beard passed away last Sunday at the age of 90. Bill was the epitome of a humble, generous community leader. I knew Bill as I grew up, but came to know him even better once I became mayor and […]
According to a presidential proclamation, flags should be raised back to full-staff at sunset Saturday, December 17 following former astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn’s burial.