Kentucky State Police arrested two juveniles Wednesday afternoon for third-degree terroristic threatening and falsely reporting an incident after troopers were called Monday to investigate a threat made toward Estill County High School.
CORBIN -- Whether you are a serious runner, looking to do something meaningful on your Saturday night or just in the mood for fun and fellowship, then your one-stop Saturday night is the Corbin High School track as the annual Candace's Courage Race is taking place.
Everyone is invited to the birthday party, or rather an unbirthday party, as the Kentucky Student Environmental Coalitions (KSEC) "celebrates" and highlights the "absurdity and danger" of the proposed Kinder Morgan Tennessee Gas Pipeline repurposing project, which would see the pipeline tran…
A Richmond pair, arrested in May after various drugs and a little black book of prices were found in their Mt. Rushmore Drive home, has been indicted by a Madison County grand jury on a laundry list of charges.
The Madison County Fiscal Court could likely generate at least $100,000, and probably more, in annual revenue by franchising garbage service for county residents.
Madison County's contract with Southern Health Partners Inc. for healthcare services at the jail will be renewed at least through the end of June, with reduced on-site staffing hours.
A new support group in Madison County is offering parents who have children with autism and other special needs a place where they can connect with other families in similar situations.
Madison County Judge-Executive Reagan Taylor has been elected 2nd Vice President of the Kentucky Association of Counties (KACo) Executive Board of Directors.
David Benge, of Cumberland Valley National Bank, received the Richmond Chamber of Commerce's top honor Thursday evening during the organization's annual awards banquet.
Tax rates for the City of Richmond are set to rise slightly if second reading on a rate the city commission voted in favor of Friday is approved. The rate will bring in about 4 percent more revenue than last year.
When tragedy struck on Sept. 11, Americans felt helpless but knew donating blood was something they could do to support their country. Thousands lined up across the nation, including at Kentucky Blood Center locations.
When new and returning students to Eastern Kentucky University’s campus begin classes Monday morning, they will have to contend with the cacophony that accompanies construction. While it might be jarring for freshmen, upperclassmen are accustomed to the ongoing symphony of hammers, drills an…
If your boots were made for walking, they can also be used to help fight the drug epidemic in Madison County, while also assisting others in developing nations.
- State unemployment rate increases to 5.1 percent in June 2017
- EPA taking public comments on Blue Grass Army Depot permit
- Stratford homeowner agrees to comply with city by May 1
- From darkness into the light
- I-75 opened after chase suspect surrenders
- Embezzling $1 million
- Richmond man missing for a week
- UPDATE: EKU basketball player arrested, charged with rape
- Kentucky will continue to seek Medicaid waiver
- ‛Cultural competence’ among call for new diversity goals
- New shop opens up in Berea
- Green beans and summer’s duality
- A few ‘foodie’ reads
- Library-Register book club
- Perfect time for a picnic
- Back-to-School Bash at the Richmond Teen Center
- Madison County Red Cross in need of volunteers
- Some changes for the upcoming early migratory bird seasons
- New work by local poet debuts Aug. 2 at Berea Writers Circle
- Civil War hospital site to be marked Aug. 7
- Blue Ribbon Memories: Ellen Willis recalls fond memories of being a fair exhibitor
- Exhibits at the Madison County Fair
- The Art of the Quilt
- Boil-water advisory issued for Four Mile Avenue
- BLOOD DRIVE THURSDAY, JULY 28
- EKU to test all siren messages on Aug. 6
- Doctor: HPV vaccinations are important
- Big Hill Avenue boil-water advisory lifted
- Madison County Fair
- Mayor: Commission to get police pay analysis Aug. 9
- HOPS & VINE FESTIVAL
- Big Hill Avenue water advisory lifted
- Blake Shelton becomes a ‘hospice hero’
- Berea Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble
- All for a good cause
- New Commander looks forward to leading the Blue Grass Army Depot, joining the community
- Teen Scene: Zombies fill the library
- YMCA Primetime Summer Camp
- State treasurer gives lively chamber talk
- Berea City Hall project gets one bid
- CRIME REPORT: Man charged with driving into bar, parked car
- INDICTMENTS: Man indicted for abuse of a corpse
- Moving forward: Berea signs off on airport agreement
- INDICTMENTS: Woman indicted for first-degree wanton endangerment
- CRIME REPORT: Man arrested for alleged child sex crimes
- CRIME REPORT: Man charged with hurting child
- Complaint filed against Berea City Council
- COURT: Man, woman found guilty in federal court on drug trafficking charges
- Denny recognized by parks board
- 'Consequences': Students learn real life lessons on how dangerous drugs can be