Music Time for Kids

Music Time for Kids

Music Time for Kids


Calling ALL children birth – 5 yr. olds Music Time is held at the Folk Center from 10:30am – 11:15am on July 9th, 16th & 23rd with 30 minutes of free play afterwards!

We sing songs, move about & play w/ a parachute, shaky eggs & rhythm sticks! This is a free program provided by Kingston & South Madison Family Resource Centers & Berea Parks & Recreation! Please call 387-3449 to sign up!

Food Preservation Workshops

Food Preservation Workshops

Sideway Stories

Sideway Stories

Rabies Vaccination Clinics

Madison Co Health Dept.

Madison Co Health Dept.

Our next rabies vaccination clinic will be on July 13th from 10am-2pm at the Madison County Health Department, 216 Boggs Lane, Richmond.Thank you to our partners, Central Madison Veterinary Clinic and Barnes Mill Animal Hospital, for making this clinic possible.

Rabies is an infectious viral disease that affects the nervous system. Wild mammals like raccoons, skunks, foxes, coyotes or bats can have and transmit rabies. Domestic animals like dogs, cats, horses and cattle also can transmit rabies to humans. People can get rabies from the

Richmond Police Report July 5, 2013

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Drug Arrests: On 07/03/2013, police charged Travis A. Smith, age 33, and Alexis J. Smith, age 25, Race Street for drug trafficking after recovering more than 900 pills and other drugs from their residence.

At approximately 7:15 P.M., RPD Bike Patrol and Narcotics Unit officers investigating complaints of drug trafficking on Race Street stopped a vehicle being operated by Travis Smith after he was observed driving recklessly on

KSP, Richmond Post, Investigate Fatal Hit and Run Collision in Boyle County

Hit & Run

Hit & Run

On Saturday, June 29, 2013 a hit and run collision occurred on Gose Pike in Boyle County. Two vehicles were observed traveling from the South Danville By-Pass toward Stanford Avenue between 10:00 and 10:20 pm. The front vehicle, a small passenger car, swerved to avoid a pedestrian in the road and it is the operator of that vehicle KSP wants to speak to. The following vehicle struck the pedestrian causing fatal injuries.

The case is under investigation by Trooper First Class Eric Taylor.

Anyone with information in this case may contact KSP at (859) 623-2404 or toll free at (800) 222-5555 or text a tip to 67283.

Betty’s Herb Butter

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Berea City Council Meeting 7/2/13

CityCouncil 7/2/13 from City of Berea on Vimeo.

Richmond Police Report July 3, 2013

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Drug Arrest: On 07/01/2013, police charged Amanda J. Babcock, age 22, Stanton, KY, for drug offenses following her arrest for trespassing.

At approximately 9:58 P.M., an officer was dispatched to Walmart to investigate a trespassing complaint. Upon arrival, the officer was informed that Babcock had entered the store after having been banned from the store in January 2013. Babcock was taken into custody and a search of her person revealed a package containing hydrocodone, Cymbalta, and Neurontin pills.

Babcock was lodged in the MCDC, charged for the following offenses:

- Criminal Trespassing 3rd degree
- Possession of a Controlled Substance 2nd Degree
- Illegal Possession of a Legend Drug

Drug Arrest in Whitley County

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


On Tuesday, July 02, 2013 Troopers from the Kentucky State Police, Post 11 London, along with Officers from the Williamsburg Police Department and the ATF met in a parking lot of a church on Young Creek Cemetery Road to plan an investigation into illegal drug actively at a residence in the Canada Town Community of Whitley County.

Upon arrival officers observed a black, Chevrolet, Trailblazer with a single male occupant behind the church. Officers contacted the person as to why he was at the church. Upon further investigation officers discovered a substance suspected to be Methamphetamine and items used in the manufacturing of Methamphetamine.

Trooper Tony Dingess arrested Harrison B. Sulfridge, 33, of Williamsburg on the charges of Trafficking in a Controlled Substance, 1st Degree, 1st Offense (Methamphetamine) and Carrying a Concealed Weapon.

Trooper Dingess is continuing the investigation and he was assisted by Williamsburg Police Department Chief Wayne Bird and Detective Bobby Freeman.

Madison County Births (June 19 – July 2, 2013)

Announcements

Announcements

Jun. 25,2013 – Breanna Calico – Berea Boy
Jun. 26,2013 – Elizabeth Garrett & Curtis Watts – Richmond – Boy
Jun. 26,2013 – Teri & William Webb – Berea – Girl
Jun. 27,2013 – Ashley Barnett & Anthony DeBoard – Richmond – Girl
Jun. 27,2013 – Ariel & Chris Barrow – Richmond – Boy
Jun. 27,2013 – Tamara Douglas & Jerry Ray – Richmond – Girl
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Second Drug Arrest in Whitley County

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


On Wednesday, July 03, 2013 at 12:30 a.m. Troopers from the Kentucky State Police, Post 11 London, along with Officers from the Williamsburg Police Department and the ATF responded to a residence on Gibson Lane in the Canada Town Community of Whitley County in reference to an investigation into illegal drug actively.

Upon arrival officers could smell chemical odors and they approached the home which became stronger as the got closer. Upon stepping onto the porch area of the home officers observed, in plain view, a duffle bag with vapor / smoke coming from it and could see a HCL generator (used in the manufacture of Meth) inside. Also, observed on the porch were items

Berea Police Report July 3, 2013

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Public Intoxication Arrests: On 07/02/2013 an Officer observed two subjects walking on Glades Road that appeared to be intoxicated. When he made contact he observed that both subjects had constricted pupils and slurred speech.

Officers arrested 35 year old Christopher Bullock of Richmond Ky and 32 year old Jessica Bullock of Richmond Ky. Both were charged with Public

Even the Obama Administration Admits Obamacare Burdens Are Too Costly

Mitch McConnell

Mitch McConnell

U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell made the following statement following the Obama administration’s decision to delay the employer mandate provision of Obamacare while leaving the burdensome mandates and regulations in place for everyone else:

“Obamacare costs too much and it isn’t working the way the administration promised. And while the White House seems to slowly be admitting what Americans already know, and what I hear consistently in my travels around Kentucky regarding the regulatory burden on employers, the fact remains that Obamacare needs to be repealed and replaced with common-sense reforms that actually lower costs for Americans.”

FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS FOR WEEK ENDING JUNE 28, 2013

Food Service Inspector

Food Service Inspector

REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE
Acres of Land Winery, 2285 Barnes Mill Rd., Richmond 99%
Cracker Barrel #10, 1797 Lexington Rd., Richmond 94%
Cracker Barrel #549, 101 McKinney Dr., Berea 89%
Hanger’s, 2187 Lexington Rd., Suite B, Richmond 100%
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UPDATE: FOUND

Austin Turner

Austin Turner

FOUND: The runaway juvenile Austin Turner has been located and he is safe, he is with his parents. Thanks to everyone for sharing information, and those that contacted us with information. Thanks to Richmond Police and Lexington Metro for your assistants.

BOILED WATER ADVISORY!!

Boil Water Advisory

Boil Water Advisory

A boiled water advisory has been issued for a portion of Richmond Utilities customers. Those impacted are in the downtown area inside a box from 3rd St to Aspen Ave. AND between Main St. and North St. Customers inside that zone will need to boil their water until further notice which will be Tuesday evening at the earliest.

KSP Increasing Patrols during Fourth of July Holiday

KSP

KSP


Kentuckians will see increased patrols beginning Wednesday, July 3, as troopers prepare for a busy July fourth holiday travel weekend.

As part of the ‘Blue Lights Across the Bluegrass’ safe driving campaign, troopers will be maximizing their efforts to save lives by arresting impaired drivers, ticketing speeders and enforcing the seat belt law.*

“With this increased enforcement effort, KSP troopers will be conducting saturation patrols and safety checkpoints across the state,” says KSP Commissioner Rodney Brewer.

“You’ll see more troopers on the road and enforcement will be stringent,” he adds. “Impaired drivers will be arrested and motorists exceeding posted

Richmond Police Report July 2, 2013

ARRESTED

ARRESTED


Theft of Identity/Hindering Apprehension: On 07/01/2013, police charged Jason L. Lear, age 29, Meadows Way, Paint Lick, for identity theft and three others for hindering his apprehension.

At approximately 9:30 A.M., officers were dispatched to the Knights Inn in response to a report of an unresponsive female in one of the rooms. Upon arrival, officers encountered Lear who falsely identified himself utilizing his brother’s name and identifiers. After the female, Ashley N. Rayborn, age 24, Stanford, KY, was removed to Baptist Health hospital, officers left the scene. Shortly thereafter, officers discovered the true identity of Lear and that there

Betty’s Fireworks Fruit Explosion

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