Wyatt reappointed without Clark's vote
The mayors of Richmond and Berea joined forces Monday to reappoint George Wyatt to the Madison Airport Board over the objections of Madison Judge/Executive Kent Clark.
EKU Regents to name president Friday morning
The Eastern Kentucky Board of Regents will convene 10 a.m. Friday to name the university's next president.
Depot announces night-time gate closure
Starting today, the entrance to the Blue Grass Army Army Depot will be closed every day to the public from 9 p.m. to 5:30 a.m., according to a news release from the depot.
H.S. HOOPS: Bosley makes good on his promise
Ken-Jah Bosley felt like he let his teammates down when he walked off the court Saturday at Rupp Arena.
H.S. HOOPS: Another improbable comeback leads Central to state title
The Madison Central Indians claimed their first-ever Sweet 16 title Sunday with a heart-stopping 65-64 miracle comeback win over Ballard in Rupp Arena.
Results of autopsy for woman found on dock 'inconclusive'
The autopsy report of a Berea woman found dead Wednesday morning was returned Thursday as “inconclusive,” according to Madison County Coroner Jimmy Cornelison.
Suppression hearing in Singleton murder case pushed back
Madison Circuit Court Judge William Clouse has delayed the hearing on whether statements made by a defendant in the Angela Frazier-Singleton murder case will be admissible at trial.
Christina Marcum, 29, and Jason Singleton, 36, appeared Tuesday morning in Madison Circuit Court. Marcum’s attorney, Steven R. Romines, filed a motion earlier this year asking that statements Marcum made to the Kentucky State Police during the homicide investigation be suppressed, claiming several of her constitutional rights were violated during those interviews.
Love that lasts a lifetime
Various studies on the average length of modern marriages point to around eight years. Cecil, 93, and Sallie Lamb, 91, of Paint Lick are definitely not average.
Copper stolen from apartments
A construction manager discovered Wednesday that several apartments along Stoney Creek Way in Berea had copper wiring stripped from both inside and outside the buildings.
Emergency services, Head Start are top Foothills programs, survey finds
The Kentucky River Foothills Development Council is looking toward the future with completion of a strategic plan focusing on improvements for the next three years.
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