In a short and sweet Richmond Planning and Zoning meeting on Thursday, the board unanimously voted to approve the final plat for Ash Park Phase I at Four Mile Road for residential development.
Richmond Mayor Robert Blythe and Richmond Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC) Director David Stipes celebrated the declaration of the National Manufacturing Month in Richmond this week with updates about industrial development in the city.
With Water Street construction finally underway, for the second time in recent years, local business owners are encouraging city residents and visitors of downtown to support them by making efforts to still shop local.
The officials of Richmond had an “ambitious agenda” in the words of Mayor Robert Blythe at their worksop meeting Tuesday morning. Typically, the meetings are held in the conference room of city hall, but to get the commissioners excited about the new Richmond senior center, they met at the n…
After deciding to move forward with building an all-inclusive playground for the city of Richmond nearly six months ago, the Richmond City Commission approved a construction bid from Bluegrass Recreation Sales and Installation LLC for a total of $270,000.
At around noon on Monday, first responders from the Richmond Fire Department received a call in reference to a fire at Richmond Manor Apartments on N. Third Ave, which required the help of several agencies to get safely put out.
One out of every four women, and one out of every seven men will fall victim to domestic violence at some point in their life, according to Jennifer Lainhart, the director of the Hope's Wings Domestic Violence Shelter.
Currently, the Glyndon Hotel and adjoining spaces on Main Street sit vacant, save the Republican headquarters that is occupying part of the space. Rodney Davis plans to change all of that, turning it into a destination spot for travelers and a staple in the community for the residents.
Richmond Mayor Robert Blythe along with Eastern Kentucky University President Michael Benson signed a proclamation declaring September Fire Safety Prevention Month to kick off the Richmond City Commission's regularly scheduled Tuesday night meeting.
In the midst of an ongoing problem of what to do to accommodate the Madison County Detention Center's growing overpopulation problem, the city of Richmond offered the county the empty armory building on Second Street as a reprieve.
As a part of a monthly financial report to the Richmond Parks and Recreation Board, Erin Moore, director of parks and administration, said that the board had utilized around 16.5% of the approved budget of just over $1 million.
Two Richmond residents went before the Richmond Planning and Zoning Commission Thursday evening to request amendments to a zoning ordinance and a zoning map.
After meeting with several hotel and motel operators in Richmond last week about their concerns with the recently passed chronic nuisance property ordinance, the city commission voted to approve a new ordinance, including amendments in several areas.
The Richmond Codes Enforcement Board discussed two out of the three properties listed on their agenda Wednesday evening, including a property on Parrish Ave. and Earlene Court.
When hotel and motel owners in Richmond came to the city commission expressing concerns about recently passed ordinance 19-14, or the chronic nuisance property ordinance, the board of commissioners discussed making several amendments.
- Military liaisons tour BGAD
- Richmond set to get new senior center
- MetroNet cable coming to Richmond
- Teen center receives donation
- City OKs first reading for Goggins Lane
- Debate spurs on over county animal shelter
- County aims to improve KY52
- City passes new rule dealing with nuisance properties
- The buzz: MCDC updates communication technology
- Planning and Zoning hears concerns about Goggins Lane annexation
- Brewery to host Richmond's first Pride festival
- Commission OKs first reading of chronic nuisance property ordinance
- Potential rezoning of Goggins Lanes raises concerns
- Commission hears first read of 2019-20 budget
- A unique gift: Historical society presents mayor with piece of his past
- Friends of Maple Grove continue restoration
- PHOTOS: Rainy day at Purdy's
- Paradise Cove sees thousands opening weekend
- Three plants, one city: Asahi Forge Corporation breaks ground for a third time in Richmond
- Richmond hears parking concerns
- Richmond discusses addition of parking meters
- County no longer to accept paper in recycling
- Repairs, new events to come to historic Irvinton Home
- Japanese visitors welcomed to Madison County
- More jobs could be coming to Richmond
- Millstone Park to display city's mill history
- ASK IT: Where's the wrought iron fencing?
- No entry fee to Fourth of July celebration
- Gas tax helps fund road aid
- ASK IT: Why are city and county recycling programs different?
- Waterline extension project nearly complete
- Madison County, Richmond receive $480,000 grant
- MADISON IN-DEPTH: Governments face increases in budget for pensions
- 'Chalking' deemed unconstitutional
- West Main Street Project to start
- Soldier from Richmond dies in Iraq
- Board votes to demolish two properties
- City receives update on West Main project
- BEHIND THE BADGE: 'I love this department': New fire chief discusses career, goals
- Gill Industries to potentially expand
- Overdose deaths in Madison County surpass 2018
- Richmond man found guilty in child pornography case
- CRIME REPORT: Man charged with sexual abuse of a minor
- Fiscal Court could repeal tax increase
- CRIME REPORT: Several jailed on methamphetamine charges
- Bill would put Kentucky on daylight saving time year-round
- Is food truck ordinance too restrictive?
- Berea College students travel to D.C.
- Blythe honored with Maffett Award
- KSP to conduct safety checkpoints