In keeping with Indiana's gradual reopening, restaurants can open at 50% capacity beginning May 11. They were ordered to close when the coronavirus pandemic outbreak began, to limit spread of the virus. Many customers have supported local restaurants in the interim by purchasing carry out. The big question that remains, though, is if customers at this point in time feel comfortable feeding their desire to dine out.
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Lloyd W. Needham, 75, passed away Saturday at Baptist Hospital East. Memorial Visitation: Market Street Chapel, Naville & Seabrook FuneralHomes, Thursday, 4:00-5:30 PM, followed by Funeral Service.
Upcoming funeral services listed alphabetically from death notices published in the News and Tribune.
57 years of age passed away Saturday, June 27, 2020 at his home in New Albany. Rob was born July 3, 1962 to the late Robert Sr. and Betty Barker in Louisville, KY. He was a Veteran of the United States Air Force and a Christian by faith. He is survived by his sister Brenda Franks (Steve), br…
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