The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) approved funding for a $500,000 grant for the City of Irvine in Estill County. Funds will be used to expand and upgrade the city’s existing wastewater collection system to provide new sewer service for 219 households in the Wisemantown community and improve sewer service for 354 households and 86 businesses in Continue reading City of Irvine Receives $500,000 Appalachian Regional Commission Grant→
Recently the Berea Police and Fire Departments each received a $500 donation from the Hitachi Automotive Plant in Berea. The donated funds will be used to help the Fire Department’s Annual Toy Drive and for the Police Department’s Too Good for Drugs drug prevention program.
REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE Clower’s Grocery, 122 Battlefield Memorial Hwy. Richmond 98% Redi Mart #9, 618 Glades Rd.Berea 100% Cracker Barrell#549, 101 McKinney Dr. Berea 94% Reddy’s BP Food Mart, 3002 Simpson Lane, Richmond 94%
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On Monday, July 25, 2016 at approximately 6:22 PM, Kentucky State Police Post 11, London received a report of a fatal collision involving two pedestrians on KY HWY 895 in the Canadatown community of Whitley County.
The Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (KCDHH) has opened a new demonstration site for its Telecommunications Access Program (TAP) in Ft. Mitchell for Kentuckians with hearing loss or speech impairment to test a variety of telephones.
MCHS Freshman Orientation will take place on Thursday, August 4, from 3:00-6:00 PM in the Health Building Lobby. A parent meeting will occur at 5:00 PM in the MCHS auditorium. Please note the following information:
Be prepared to pay $45 school fees unless you qualify for free or reduced lunch.
Wear comfortable clothes for planned activities.
Kona Ice, community members & school clubs will be present to welcome the class of 2020.
On Sunday, July 24, 2016 around 1:18 p.m., Madison County Sheriff’s Deputies (Gibbs, Short, and Botkin) in conjunction with the U.S. Marshalls Office responded to Keystone Drive in Richmond in an attempt to serve warrants on Becky Calhoun and Shawun Parks.
A brief standoff occurred with Calhoun surrendering without incident after approximately 2 hours of negotiations. Parks, who wasn’t at the scene, surrendered himself at approximately 7:30 p.m. to Madison County Sheriff Deputy Steve Gibbs, Special Deputy U.S. Marshall Fugitive Continue reading Madison Co. Sheriff’s Report July 26, 2016→
Lindsey Wilson College’s online program, Lindsey Online, is now offering a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree with a Lean or General Business emphasis. The program can be completed in as little as 18 months. The total cost of the program is up to $18,500, while the average cost to receive an MBA often exceeds $50,000.
Randal Emerson Deaton, 81, of Red Lick, died Sunday, July 24, 2016 at Baptist Health Lexington. He was a Crockettsville, Kentucky native (Breathitt County), born November 16, 1934, son of the late Matt and Georgia Deaton.
Emerson was a resident of Madison County most of his life, property owner, farmer, retired rural mail carrier for the U. S. Postal Service, Continue reading Randal Deaton→
As a coalition of health advocates, we have worked hand-in-hand with state agencies, providers, kynectors, legal aid programs and others across the Commonwealth to get Kentucky covered. We view coverage as the essential foundation for better care, better health and better value. Medicaid expansion has given Kentucky an unprecedented opportunity to build that foundation and it’s Continue reading Health Advocates Release Public Comments on Proposed 1115 Medicaid Waiver→