Indecent Exposure: On 04/21/2018 officers were called to McDonald’s in reference to a subject who was exposing himself. When they arrived, they located the subject behind the restaurant. Several witnesses stated that he had exposed himself in front of the large window at the play area. Continue reading Berea Police Report Apr. 25, 2018
Rescheduled closure for bridge on KY 1983/Menelaus Road in Madison County, Routine bridge inspection to be performed.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Department of Highways, announces that the temporary closure is rescheduled for the bridge located on KY 1983/Menelaus Road in Madison County. The closure is necessary for routine bridge inspection work to be performed. The rescheduling is due to the rain that occurred on Monday, April 23. Continue reading Rescheduled Road Closure
Yesterday (4/24/2018) was the official bottling run of Cherry Ale-8-One in Winchester, KY. This is first new flavor in the company’s 92-year history! It was first available in select soda fountains and now Cherry Ale-8 has debuted in bottles. Single-serve bottles of Cherry Continue reading Cherry Ale-8 Bottles First Run
Attorney General Andy Beshear and his Department of Criminal Investigations Cyber Crimes Unit today announced that a 39-year-old Louisville man has been indicted on 15 counts of allegedly seeking sex with a minor and the distribution of obscene material.
A Franklin County grand jury on April 10 indicted Almo D. Harding on six counts of unlawful use of electronic means originating or received within the Commonwealth to induce a minor to engage in sexual or other prohibited activities, Class D felonies, and nine counts of distribution of obscene matter, Class B misdemeanors. Continue reading Beshear: Louisville Man Indicted on 15 Counts of Seeking Sex with Minor, Distributing Obscene Material
While numerous policies beneficial to all Kentuckians were passed in the 2018 session, children and families were the major winners.
The record of accomplishment on their behalf in 2018 alone was extraordinary. Not only did we work together to make significant reforms to Kentucky’s adoption and foster care systems, but social workers received significant raises and overburdened family courts received long-sought relief. Continue reading Children and Families Came First in 2018 Session
In support of Governor Bevin’s Kentucky Work Matters Task Force, blind and visually impaired Kentuckians will soon have increased career opportunities in the food service industry.
The Kentucky Office for the Blind will assume management later this spring of two cafeterias which primarily serve state employees. The cafeterias are located at the Transportation Cabinet and the Cabinet for Health and Family Services. Continue reading Kentucky Office for the Blind to Provide Employment Opportunities at State Cafeterias
Broadway’s greatest farce is light, fast-paced, witty, irreverent and one of the funniest musicals ever written. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum takes comedy back to its roots, combining Continue reading A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum
Gary William Dillon
Gary William Dillon, age 60, passed away Monday April 22, 2018 at UK Medical Center in Lexington, Ky. He was born March 3, 1958 in Kings Lynn Norfolk, England to John J. and Margaret M. Dougan Dillon.
Gary was a very generous man, loved children as they loved him, a Loyal friend and devoted son. Gary was an avid Harley rider, loved Nascar and was a good friend of Bill W. Continue reading Gary William Dillon
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GIBSON BAY GOLF CAFÉ GIBSON BAY DR. RICHMOND 100
GOLD STAR CHILI CHESTNUT ST. BEREA 97
KIT CARSON ELEM. CAF. TATES CREEK RD. RICHMOND 100
KINGSTON ELEM. CAF. BATTLEFIELD MEMORIAL HWY. BEREA 100 Continue reading FOOD SERVICE INSPECTIONS FOR WEEK ENDING 04/20/2018
Attorney General Andy Beshear and Catholic Charities of Louisville today released the 2017 Human Trafficking Task Force Report that focuses on the state’s coordinated efforts to fight human trafficking.
The report highlights Kentucky’s new streamlined notification process that better assists in investigations and follow-up victim services for reported cases of human trafficking across the state.
The Gutter Guy Modifieds Special 1200 to Win Results:
11 Open Wheel Modifieds signed in for a chance to win 1200 dollars this Saturday. With defending track champion Jimmy Robinson setting quicktime, winning heat one, and starting on the pole many thought he had the show in the bag. Blake Brown however had other ideas, after qualifying 8th quick he came out in heat two and put on a show. Blake Brown outlasted the three way battle for the lead between Continue reading Richmond Raceway News
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made the following announcement Monday regarding the nomination of Mike Pompeo to serve as U.S. Secretary of State:
“The Pompeo nomination has now been reported out of the Foreign Relations Committee, and there are sufficient votes in the Senate to ensure that he will be confirmed this week as our nation’s next Secretary of State.”
The Leader’s floor remarks on the Pompeo nomination today are here.
Twenty-five law enforcement dispatchers graduated Friday from the Public Safety Dispatch Academy at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training. This class included nine trainees of distinction. Continue reading DOCJT graduates 25 telecommunicators from Public Safety Dispatch Academy
Governor Matthew Bevin today recognized nine of the Commonwealth’s most talented young artists as he announced the 2018 Public Service Recognition Week poster contest winners.
During a ceremony at the Governor’s Mansion, Gov. Bevin and Personnel Cabinet Secretary Thomas Stephens praised the talent and creativity of the winners. “More than 1,300 Continue reading Governor Bevin recognizes student poster contest winners during Public Service Recognition Week
If you or someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, the time for legal planning is now. This workshop is for anyone who would like to know more about what legal issues to consider and how to put plans in place. Learn what legal decisions must be made, and how to use those decisions to protect and Continue reading Legal Planning for Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia
James Edward Chrisman
Rev. James Edward “Jimmy” Chrisman, 74, of Berea, died on April 23, 2018 at the Compassionate Care Center in Richmond, KY. He was born on August 28, 1943 in Middletown, OH, and was the son of the late George Carr and Lucy Chrisman.
Jimmy was a devout Christian who loved the Lord Jesus Christ and served Him as a Baptist Minister for 56 years and was a commissioned Kentucky Colonel. Continue reading James Edward Chrisman
Annual unemployment rates decreased in 80 Kentucky counties in 2017 compared to 2016, rose in 24 and stayed the same in 16, according to the Kentucky Center for Education and Workforce Statistics (KCEWS), an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet.
The annual jobless rate for Woodford County was the lowest in the Commonwealth in 2017 at 3.3 percent. It was followed by Oldham County, 3.5 percent; Fayette and Shelby counties, 3.6 percent each; Scott County, 3.7 percent; Campbell, Jessamine, Monroe and Spencer counties, 3.8 percent each; and Boone County, 3.9 percent. Continue reading State releases annual county unemployment data for 2017