Parade season is upon us, and most of our parades are happening this week. Today both high school homecoming parades will be held, and the Spoonbread parade will be held this Saturday. We will have officers directing traffic, but you should expect delays in the following areas.
Berea Community Homecoming Parade
Thursday September 20 @ 4:00pm
The parade will exit Berea Community School, turn left onto Ellipse St, right on Highway 595, right onto Chestnut St, right onto Ellsipse St, and back to Berea Community School. Continue reading TRAFFIC ADVISORY→
Missing: On 04/25/2018 at approximately 10:00am, 15 year old Amber Renae Wagers walked out of Berea Community School. She left with an unknown subject driving a white passenger car, possibly a Chevy Malibu. It is believed that she met this subject through a social media account. After she left, Amber messaged a friend a stated that she was possibly being taken to Ohio and that the police needed to be called. She is currently entered as a missing person. If anyone sees Amber they should call their local law enforcement agency. Continue reading Berea Police Report Apr. 25, 2018→
The Berea Community High School and the HS Girls Basketball program will be hosting the 24 Annual Berea Holiday Classic on Dec. 28, 29 and 30. All games are played at Berea High School at #1 Pirate Parkway Berea, KY 40403.
Kentucky’s all-time leading scorer in high school soccer was recognized Tuesday night at a meeting of the Berea City Council. City leaders honored Berea Community High School senior Hannah Wallhausser (far right), as her mother, Brenna, and her father, Karl, Continue reading Berea Community High School senior recognized→
Rhonda Carol Williamson Higgins, age 78, wife of Melvin Higgins died Monday, October 17, 2016 in Lexington, KY. Mrs. Higgins was born in Middlesboro, KY, to the late Richard Douglas & Nany Leona Dotson Williamson.
She retired from Berea Community Schools after 25 years as the Elementary Librarian. After retirement she spent 9 years as a Realtor with Pennington Realty. She also worked as an Assistant Circulation Librarian at Eastern Continue reading Rhonda Higgins→
Nick Carpenter, BCHS Class of 2016, received the Kentucky Commission on Community Volunteerism and Service Governor’s 2016 Youth Award. The awards recognize individuals who have met a community need in an innovative and/or effective manner. Nominees should demonstrate an ethic of service, compassion and/or and a nature to inspire others to serve.