5th Annual Berea Local Foods Expo
Saturday, March 29, 2014
10 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Old Town, N. Broadway
Vendors provide everything you need or need to know to have a great garden and yard.
Music ~~~ Cake Walk ~~~ Food ~~~ Pie Auction
Stay tuned for more information, or contact Sustainable Berea at
email@example.com or 859-985-1689
Wanted: Berea Police Department needs help identifying this person who was involved in a theft at Walmart. If you have any information please contact Sgt. Robert Ward at 859-986-8456.
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Drug Charges: On 03/17/2014, police charged Thomas E. Mason, age 58, N. Third Street, for several drug offenses after responding to a burglary report.
At approximately 6:40 P.M., officers were dispatched to a residence in the 100 block of Pine Street in response to a possible burglary in progress. Upon arrival, officers encountered Mason inside the apartment and detained him. No one else was found in the residence. A search of his person produced 16 oxycodone pills, 22 methadone pills, and two clonazepam pills. In excess of $1000.00 in cash was also recovered from his person. It was
Hosted by: Business Babes Society
Monday, June 2, 2014 @ 5-7pm EKU Perkins Building
Cost: $5 (Chamber Members) $10 (Non-Members)
Exhibitor tables: $25.00 (limited tables available)
TWO EVENTS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE!
Part I: “Ten Free Resources to help Grow your Business”
Becky Naugle,Ph.D., State Director of the Kentucky Small Business
5th Annual Berea Police Department’s 10K Race and 5K Walk Foot Pursuit, all proceeds benefit “Supporting Hero’s”
You may sign up online at the following link
REGULAR INSPECTIONS WITH NO FOLLOW-UP DUE SCORE
The Copper Still, 212 Water St., Richmond 100%
King Buffet, 650 Eastern By-Pass, Richmond 92%
Kirksville Elementary Cafeteria, 2399 Lancaster Rd., Richmond 97%
Madison Southern High School Cafeteria, 279 Glades Rd., Berea 97%
Silver Creek Elementary Cafeteria, 75 Old US Hwy 25 N., Berea 92%
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In celebration, the Kentucky Circuit Court Clerk Association’s Trust for Life will be hosting a joint Berea and Richmond Chamber Luncheon on April 25, 2014 at the Madison County Extension Office. Shelley Snyder, Executive Director of the Trust will be the guest speaker.
In addition, I am searching for a few Madison County residents who have either been organ recipients or who are immediate family members of organ
Alcohol Arrest: On 03/11/2014 Officers were called to the 100 Block of Washington Avenue in reference to a neighbor dispute. They located one of the subjects outside of an apartment complex and observed that he had a strong odor of alcohol.
Officers arrested 27 year old Joshua Mayfield of Berea Ky and charged him with Alcohol Intoxication in a Public Place.
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Probation Violation: On 03/17/2014, police arrested Brendan A. Strunk, age 22, Cambridge Drive, on the strength of a probation violation warrant.
On 02/13/2014, Strunk was convicted in the Madison Circuit Court for Possession of a Controlled Substance 1st Degree (Heroin), 3rd or greater offense. He was sentenced to two years in prison. The imposition of the sentence was suspended and Strunk was placed on probation for three years under
Miss Berea Area 2014 March 29th 2014 at Farristown Middle School.
***DEADLINE IS MARCH 27TH AT MIDNIGHT***
***ALL ENTRY FEES ARE NON REFUNDABLE!***
Baby Miss Berea Area 0-18 months 2:00PM
$45.00 INCLUDES Photogenic
Best Formal Wear $10.00
Best Personality $10.00
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State Representative Leslie Combs’ goal of increasing financing opportunities for Kentucky’s major construction projects cleared a key hurdle today when the Kentucky House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly for her legislation.
“In an era of declining revenues, especially from the federal government, we have to consider all options when it comes to improving our infrastructure,” said Rep. Combs, a Pikeville legislator who chairs the House Budget Review Subcommittee on Transportation. “Otherwise, I worry that we will not be able to give our communities what they need to thrive in the years ahead. About half of the states already have this option available to them; it’s time Kentucky joins
The Richmond Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a regularly scheduled work session meeting on Tuesday, March 18th at 5:30 pm in the Conference Room of City Hall.
This is a public meeting and citizens are encourages to attend.
The agenda is available at the following link: http://richmond.ky.us/index.php/2012-12-10-16-24-48/planning-and-zoning
Drug Charge: On 03/14/2014, police charged Shonna Rogers, age 40, Ravenna, KY, for a drug offense after investigating a complaint at Walmart.
At approximately 4:58 P.M., an officer was dispatched to Walmart to investigate a report of a person under the influence of drugs. Upon arrival, the officer encountered Rogers as she was leaving the store. It was quickly determined that Rogers was under the influence of an intoxicant and she was taken into custody. A search of her person produced 19 hydrocodone pills.
Rogers was lodged in the MCDC, charged for Public Intoxication and
The House passed its budget bill Thursday after a lengthy debate. This leaves the only 13 days to work on the budget, present it in a committee, and vote on a Senate version. Thirteen days, less than two weeks, and if we take 13, our power to veto is lost.
As we study the House’s proposal, more information will come out regarding our response, priorities and review.
On the floor this week, the Senate passed Senate Bill 159 which would allow nonprofit mobile dental clinics to provide care in schools for uninsured and
The Miss Berea Area Scholarship Pageant is proud to present its first ever baby and wee Miss pageant. The pageant will take place at the Farristown Middle School on March 29 at 2 PM.
To enter your child ages 0 to 2 years visit missbereaarea.org and navigate to the baby/wee miss section. The entry fee is $45 per contestant and includes judging in the general pageant and photogenic categories. For the optional categories of best formalwear and the best personality an additional $10 fee each is required.
All fees will be paid online or by check at Mario’s pizza in Berea. The application forms can be downloaded from the website and are due by March 27 at midnight.
Don’t miss this opportunity to showcase your little one while helping to support the Miss Berea area scholarship program. Miss Berea is part of the Miss America scholarship pageant system.