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The members of Black Stone Cherry -- John Fred Young, Ben Wells, Jon Lawhon and Chris Robertson -- headed into the studio in early March to begin work on their seventh full-length album.

The day Tina Barrett found out she had breast cancer, she got a little sign from heaven that has stayed with her since.

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Over the summer of his junior year at Madison Central, current senior Noah Halloran said he tried to apply at Chick-Fil-A before resorting to writing a top-10 award-winning novel.

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The Richmond Garden Club, along with charter member Helen Chenault, were recently honored by the planting of two Burgundy Belle red maple trees at Million Park on Stratford Drive.

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Three students were announced as the winners of the Kentucky Folk Art contest in commemoration of the dedication of the William L. Hawkins interpretive marker.

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Former EKU softball player Stayce Toups has traded her glove for a mask and gown to help combat COVID-19.

As a cook, I like to follow a recipe the first time I make a dish so I can see what it's "supposed" to taste like. If I decide to make it again, I might make adjustments for my taste.

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To show appreciation for everything teachers are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic, Madison Southern’s Family Career and Community Leaders Association (FCCLA) created gifts to deliver to the school’s teachers.

Chuck Givens, owner of Chuck Givens Quarter Horses, is living his boyhood dream of running a prominent horse farm.

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Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, which has health care workers working night and day to help keep area citizens healthy, is a day that highlights everything physicians do. Tuesday, March 31, is Doctor’s Day.

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Last Tuesday night in Tennessee, bluegrass musicians David and Virginia Blood were busy making sandwiches. In Pittsburgh, real estate agent Michelle Bushee was stirring a pot of homemade black-bean chili in her kitchen instead of shepherding curious buyers through potential dream homes. Mart…

After nearly five years of dedication to The Richmond Register and its success, Jonathan Greene, who served as the media outlet’s editor, is leaving his position effective Monday, March 30.

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The Madison County Public Library (MCPL) is working to keep themselves and the community safe while still being able to provide services to area citizens. Both branches of the MCPL — Richmond and Berea — are taking every precaution to be sure each is being safe in their distribution.

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Hogg Therapy, which provides speech, physical and occupational therapy to children of Madison County, is working on ways to continue helping their clients.

I know my friends' joys and anxieties and Hogwarts houses. I can even identify their shoes from under a bathroom stall. ("Is that you, Lindsay?") They know my family members and preferred pizza toppings.

Jane Reeves was passionate about being a truck driver for many years because she loved to travel but eventually she had to give it up to advocate for her daughter Reeva, who is autistic.

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Richmond Beer House owners Jon Gibson and Matthew Winhold had a big celebration planned for the local bar's two-year anniversary.

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At KY Mountain Deli on Scaffold Cane Road in Berea, Rick Mallo took advantage of a brief break in the rain and a spot of sunshine on the first day of spring in Kentucky in between to-go orders at the authentic Italian deli.

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The Berea Arts Council reached its goal of raising more than $10,000 in its fourth annual Stepping Out for Art award ceremony held in late February.

The weekly Fun With The Arts program hosted by the Richmond Area Arts Council held Creation Station at Shannon Johnson Elementary Wednesday. After-school students joined together to learn how to expand their creative skills. Students learned how to create origami sculptures including penguin…

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Just as the Richmond Area Arts Council was ramping up for the 10th annual Celtic Festival scheduled for Friday, the coronavirus panic has caused the organization to postpone it until further notice.

Friends of the Rose and the Richmond Area Arts Council have partnered to host the Folk Art Contest and Exhibition. The contest will feature students in grades 1-12 and their paintings that reflect the theme "Kentucky Folk Art."

Loyalty is often a good thing, but not in a relationship with your credit card. It's often better to be like the "distracted boyfriend" from the internet meme and use your wandering eye to see if you can do better.

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To show appreciation for everything teachers are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic, Madison Southern’s Family Career and Community Leaders Association (FCCLA) created gifts to deliver to the school’s teachers.

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