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While "The Home" may be "the last stop" for the residents of Park Ridge Assisted Living, Richmond was the first stop for creator of the workplace comedy Darren Zancan.

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According to Madison County Public Schools spokesperson and Community Education Director Erin Stewart, there was a staff-initiated lockdown at Farristown Middle School on the morning of Wednesday, Jan. 26.

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The Richmond Register staff won 17 awards Friday night from the Kentucky Press Association, earning first place in General Excellence for multi-weekly newspapers of its size.

For the second week in a row, more than 1,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Madison County for the span of a week.

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As snowfall begins to cease, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet District 7 crews are beginning to clear B and C routes after heavy, wet snowfall and ice blasted parts of Central and Eastern Kentucky on Sunday.

A number of projects at the Central Kentucky Regional Airport (CKRA) are underway which will benefit the community and region, Madison County Airport Board officials said Tuesday.

The Valley View Ferry Authority Board has taken additional steps to revamp their employee policies as they continue to transition to a paid staffing model after years of relying on inmate labor.

According to the U.S. Department of Defense, there are several proper ways to dispose of a tattered or otherwise worn American flag. The Battle of Richmond Visitors Center and several other locations in the county have erected drop-off locations for those looking to have a DoD sanctioned sen…

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The Richmond Board of Commissioners approved a task order for the Armory Property Project Plan which could demolish the Second Street Armory building in efforts to build a new park.

The first two months of the year are among the coldest and bleakest of the seasons, which is why the theme of Berea's returning LearnShop classes is "something bright".

The Madison County library hopes to foster a love of gardening to the community through their comprehensive seed catalogue and other plant-based programs.

With Kentucky being hit with a winter storm, the schools of Madison County have moved to cancel school or hold non-traditional instruction days on Friday, Jan. 7. 

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Judge-Executive Reagan Taylor announced Tuesday the Madison County Road Department has launched a Tornado Relief Debris Removal program after an EF-1 tornado swirled through Madison County last Saturday afternoon.

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Richmond's baby New Year for 2022 has been greeted with a warm welcome at Baptist Health Richmond Hospital.

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RICHMOND – The Richmond-Madison County Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) will be commemorating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, Jan. 17, through community-based service and educational programming.

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As the acute need of providing food and shelter to the homeless and hungry population in Richmond grows, several philanthropic individuals have stepped up to the plate to try and fill the need.

Those with gaps in their education can fill them at the Madison County Public Library, as it has been collaborating with Eastern Kentucky University for several years to offer general education development (GED) classes to the community.

A box truck became stuck under an overpass on Red House Road late in the morning on Dec. 28.

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Madison County received a $58,008 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice on Monday to aid in the coronavirus response effort.

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Because of disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Richmond Parks and Recreation has transformed its annual summer camp program to an at-home summer camp.

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U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) announced Wednesday the Kentucky Hospital Research and Education Foundation, an arm of the Kentucky Hospital Association (KHA), will receive $1,805,649 to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Calling it a "very difficult budget situation to be in," in light of global pandemic, Berea Mayor Bruce Fraley and the city's council approved the first reading of the 2021 fiscal year budget.

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Baptist Health Richmond has announced drive-thru coronavirus testing services for patients scheduled for a surgery or procedure.

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As the past couple of months have unfolded, the agriculture sector was another area attempting to adjust, having its markets rocked in the process.

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If all 65,000 registered voters in the county were to visit one of three voting sites on Election Day with three minutes to vote per person, at 33% capacity, it would take 133 days to complete.

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As registered voters in Kentucky can now request mail-in ballots online for the Primary Election on June 23, Rep. Deanna Frazier is urging those in Madison County to determine their preferred way to cast their vote.

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Senator Mitch McConnell and Congressman Andy Barr have announced two separate packages of funds being allocated to Kentucky in order to help combat the coronavirus as it continues throughout the year.

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Since it opened in 2017, Eastern Kentucky University's Scholar House has held a big year-end celebration for the pre-kindergarten students in its Head Start program.

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When local business owner Gus LaFontaine signed up for U.S. Army National Guard fresh out of high school in 1998, he didn't anticipate his service would include responding to a health crisis like the coronavirus.

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As Berea City Administrator David Gregory presented the 2021 fiscal year budget to the council, he told them this year would be different in many ways.

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