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Planning for reuse of depot facilities wins award
The Bluegrass Area Development District’s contribution to a study on reuse of chemical weapons destruction facilities at the Blue Grass Army Depot will be recognized next month by the National Association of Development Organizations.
Downtown: Alive and thriving
New and expanding businesses on Second and Third Streets in downtown Richmond are adding to the excitement of a resurgent city center.
‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ performed under the stars
After its barn theater in Battlefield Park was no longer useable, actors associated with the Rose Barn Theater were in search of a venue.
Sarah Evans, a Rose Barn director, proposed that the Berea Festival of Learnshops sponsor a play that learnshop participants and the community could enjoy in the evenings.
Man indicted in Manhattan Club shooting
A man charged in a May 20 shooting at the Manhattan Club in which a man was wounded was indicted Wednesday by a Madison County grand jury.
Local burglary suspect found in Texas border town
A man wanted in Madison County on burglary and criminal mischief charges since March was arrested July 11 by the U.S. Marshal Service in Brownsville, Texas, on the Mexican board.
Suspicious fire destroys Fraizerwood home
An early Thursday morning fire of suspicious origin left a Cottonwood Drive home a total loss, said Richmond Fire Chief Buzzy Campbell.
Centre College is latest to seek senate campaign debate
Perhaps Mitch McConnell and Alison Lundergan Grimes would be just as happy if they don’t find them
Downtown drainage project
A large piece of heavy equipment that will be used to dig a trench from beyond Irvine Street, across the CVS parking lot and Main Street to Water Street, arrived in Richmond Wednesday. The $9 million project, financed largely with federal funds, is designed to eliminate flooding on Water Street.
Taking the plunge
Weather was an unusually pleasant 72 degrees Wednesday, and the sun was shining as teens attending the Richmond Police Summer Camp ran relay races.
Planners clear Main/Tates Creek zone change
A divided Richmond Planning Commission has sent to the city commission a recommendation that three lots at the corner of West Main Street and Tates Creek Avenue be rezoned
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