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Business opens new office downtown

ASHLAND A local business has opened up a significant office in downtown Ashland, furthering economic growth in the city's downtown corridor. The business is Infusion Solutions and it isn't your traditional neighborhood pharmacy. The medication is not in the form of pills or any other oral antibiotic

DAILY INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-19 12:00:00

Man charged in pregnant woman's overdose death

An Ashland man is facing felony charges after authorities allege he sold a deadly dose of heroin laced with fentanyl to a pregnant woman. The woman and the baby she was carrying both died. Rhonda Copley, Commonwealth Attorney for the 32nd Judicial Circuit of Kentucky, said Lee Michael Collins, 30, o

DAILY INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-17 21:44:00

CAReS Giving Tree ready for donors

ASHLAND The Community Assistance & Referral Services (CAReS) Giving Tree program is now ready for donors. The program allows community members to "adopt" a child in need by providing them with items on their Christmas list. Two trees are available with one at the Ashland Town Center Mall and the oth

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The Perfect Christmas Trees -- and Trains

1117tree1 Tamme Grubb, chair of The Festival of Trees and Trains, stands in front of the trees and trains on display at the Paramount Arts Center through Nov. 26. 1117trees2 -- A train rolls down the tracks at The Festival of Trees and Trains. 1117trees3 -- From right to left, Vicki Roark Sharon Asb

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Boyd jail employee crashes county vehicle

CATLETTSBURG A Boyd County Detention Center employee was involved in an accident while driving a county-owned vehicle. The county vehicle crashed into a sport utility vehicle during the collision, injuring the SUV's driver and passenger and severely damaging both automobiles. The incident happened o

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Two injured when tree crashes down in Ashland

Two people were injured when a tree came down at Ashland's Central Park on Saturday as heavy winds continued to sweep through the area. The two women were sitting on a bench near 22nd Street Saturday when the tree crashed down, causing the injuries. "The ladies were sitting on a bench -- one may be

DAILY INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-18 21:15:00

Ashland's O'Nan knows all about string music

ASHLAND You want to stump Lydia O'Nan, ask her what her favorite activity is. It could be basketball because she's a senior guard for Ashland. It could be track because she qualified for the 100- and 300-meter hurdles at last year's state Class 2A track meet. It could be academics. Her 4.0 grade-poi

DAILY INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-18 20:26:00

House fire in Ashland this morning

A house fire on Greenup Avenue in Ashland left at least two families without a home Friday morning. The blaze started sometime before 9 a.m. at 2236 Greenup Avenue. Resident Gene Shoemaker said he and his wife Tamyra were watching television and drinking coffee in the downstairs portion of the home

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City Staff, Police Officers Honored for Service in Yorkville

The City of Yorkville honored city staff and police officers at their meeting, earlier this week. +3 Public Works Director Eric Dhuse spoke about public works employee Dave Brown who has served with the city for 10 years. Brown has worked in the parks department, sewer department and has done vari

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Trial set for man charged in fatal shooting at Latin American Club

A jury trial has been ordered for an Aurora man charged with a fatal shooting last year at a social club on the city's East Side. Alfredo Soto, now 50, pleaded not guilty in January to killing 31-year-old Martiniano Alverez, of North Aurora, in August 2016 at the Latin American Club on the 1300 bloc

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - 2017-11-17 22:23:10

Giving Thanks for--and with--Great Dogs Like Butkus

[pictured above is Butkus, a tan and black coated Shepherd Dog mix] Wow. What a terrific dog! This oh-so-handsome, happy boy is Butkus, a male Shepherd mix. He is about 2 years old and has a short tan and black coat. He's pretty well out of the puppy stage, but still has many years of fun to go. Bu

PATCH - 2017-11-19 16:19:17

National Geographic explorer shares his story of finding the spinosaurus with Indian Prairie students

Make no bones about it, kids get excited about dinosaurs. Area students and residents were treated to a unique lesson in science Friday morning when paleontologist Dr. Nizar Ibrahim paid a visit to Patterson Elementary School in Naperville and McCarty Elementary School in Aurora and presented a comm

CHICAGO TRIBUNE - 2017-11-18 20:21:00

Aurora Lions Club Celebrates 95th Anniversary

With service awards and a mayoral proclamation, the Aurora Noon Lions Club celebrated its 95th birthday Thursday, Nov. 9. Aurora resident Bob Cissell, Noon Lions president, presided at the charter-night dinner at Pomegranate Cafe in Aurora. The Noon club was chartered in July 1922, five years after

WSPYNEWS.COM - 2017-11-19 15:55:00

Freedom For Frankie - FPAD FUNDRAISER for D.A.D.

WELCOME TO FREEDOM FOR FRANKIE - FPAD! Our sweet and charismatic Frankie was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at 15 months old in October 2008. At that time, he was nearly comatose and stayed in the PICU for nearly a week. Ever since that time, our lives have revolved around trying to keep Frankie's b

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Bail Lowered For Mom Accused Of Driving Into Pond With Son In Car

The judge lowered bail for Gladys Ruvira-Garcia, of Cicero, who allegedly drove into an Aurora pond while intoxicated, leaving her son. AURORA, IL - A DuPage County judge lowered the bail for a Cicero woman accused of losing control of her car, driving into an Aurora retention pond, and leaving her

PATCH - 2017-11-17 22:53:47

Thanksgiving 2017: What's Open, Closed In Oswego

OSWEGO, IL - This Thanksgiving and Black Friday promise to be some of the busiest travel days this year. Whether you're visiting grandma or you're a longtime resident, it's helpful to know which places are extending hours like never before, and which are taking a step back to enjoy "turkey day" apar

PATCH - 2017-11-18 17:11:14

Kearney middle school instructor Mindy Gray wins state STEM honor

Educator honored: Kearney Middle School teacher Mindy Gray has been named the 2017 Outstanding Project Lead the Way Gateway Teacher. She has been with the district since 2006 as the Gateway to Technology instructor. Gateway to Technology is a program for middle-school students designed to encourage

KANSAS CITY STAR

Platte County's Ben Ferrel Museum gets in the holiday spirit

The Ben Ferrel Museum, 220 Ferrel Street in Platte City, has been decorated for the holidays, using traditional holiday decorations dating from the 1800s. The Museum, which was built as a home in 1882 by Frederic Krause, will be open for a free tour from 5 to 7 p.m. on Nov. 22. Tickets for admission

KANSAS CITY STAR - 2017-11-18 05:55:00

KC company comes to Liberty couple's rescue in time for Thanksgiving after previous contractor disappoints

LIBERTY, Mo. -- The last time Fox 4 Problem Solvers visited Eric and Sabrena Flickinger's Liberty home, their brand new patio had serious issues. "It's very depressing looking at it," said Sabrena, pointing to the rough and uneven surface. The Flickingers had paid thousands of dollars for what was t

FOX4KC.COM - 2017-11-18 04:05:13

Judge won't dismiss lawsuit tied to fiery Jeep Liberty crash

The family of a pregnant woman who died in a rear-end crash while in a Jeep Liberty has cleared a hurdle in a lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler. A federal judge in Detroit refused to dismiss a lawsuit Thursday filed by the estate of Kayla White. The 23-year-old Detroit-area woman was killed in 2014 when

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