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Crash Causes Downed Utility Lines, Closes Road
LEBANON, Tenn. - A road has closed in Lebanon after a crash caused downed utility lines.Authorities with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the wreck happened in the 6300 block of Franklin Road just east of Bridgestone Parkway Sunday morning.The crash broke a utility pole, which caused the
Public records, August 18 - The Advocate-Messenger
Jerry Saunders, 46, Nicholasville: first-degree possession controlled substance, meth amended to second-degree possession controlled substance, drug unspecified, 12 months, concurrent; possession drug paraphernalia, 12 months, concurrent; first-degree possession controlled substance, meth, one year;
Somerset's Keck has successful visit to Israel
"Honestly, it was everything I hoped for, and a little bit more," he told the Commonwealth Journal.
Employees at 4 restaurants in 4 cities left without paychecks
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) - Karen Johnson was counting on her final paycheck from her job at a shift leader at the Checkers on Clarksville Highway in Nashville.But Friday came and went with no paycheck, and she’s still waiting to be paid from two weeks ago.“It put all of us in a bind. Some of our lights
Boutique owner uses store to give back to the community
SubmittedSherry Winsett, owner of the My Be You tiful Boutique, is seen here during the opening of her Langdon Street store. Winsett uses her boutique to help out area non-profit organizations.
Baby boy safe after being found outside Warren County fire station
The Warren County Sheriff's Office is trying to determine who left a newborn infant outside the Gott Fire Department early Saturday.The baby boy was taken to the Minit Mart on Louisville Road, then to a local hospital by Medical Center EMS.At about 6:30 a.m. Saturday, a man came into the convenience
Jury recommends maximum sentence for man convicted in Somerset home invasion
In August 2016, police say Gregory Miller, 57, entered a home on Canary Drive armed with a shotgun. In a struggle, the homeowner obtained Miller’s gun and apprehended him, according to police.
Habitat for Humanity helping family build on Broadway
During a Friday morning reception at the building site on Broadway Street, the group put out the word that Habitat for Humanity could use a few volunteers to help with construction. Whether individuals or groups, Kamperman said they can contact Habitat through their email (email@example.com
Accident reconstruction part of 'typical' KSP investigation
The investigation into Sunday's collision between a bicyclist and an official Somerset vehicle is ongoing, Kentucky State Trooper Matthew Parmley said Wednesday night. Meanwhile, the 15-year-old cyclist who was transported to UK Medical Center with injuries that include bleeding on the liver is now
Alcohol-related revenues fluctuate in first fiscal year of countywide sales
Jolita Hicks co-owns Jolita's Liquors, which opened June 2, with Debra Dixon. The liquor store along Columbia Avenue at Park Avenue in Glasgow also has a bar area where patrons may purchase malt beverages by the drink.Melinda J. Overstreet / Glasgow Daily Times
Library activities and new fiction
Each story time includes a range of books, songs/rhymes/fingerplays, music, crafts, and free play! They focus on five simple early literacy practices: talking; singing; reading; writing; and playing.
2 arrested on multiple drug charges
Carolyn J. Beamer, 26, of Somerset, and Juan F. Lopez Jr., 32, of Lexington, are each facing three counts of first-degree Trafficking in a Controlled Substance and one count of second-degree Trafficking in a Controlled Substance. Lopez is facing additional charges of first-degee Persistent Felony Of
Somerset man dies in accident at McCreary penitentiary
John Arthur, 55, of Somerset, was fatally injured in an apparent mowing accident, according to Pulaski County Coroner Clyde Strunk.
Somerset opens the season in the Death Valley Bowl
"Lincoln County is a 5A school that recently had a coaching change. Spencer Crutchfield is the new coach," said Head Jumper Coach Robbie Lucas. With that being said, there is very little known about the Lincoln County Patriots. A new coach means a new look, a new strategy and a bit of the unknown as
Coroner: Inmate dies after lawn mower overturned on him - ABC 36 News
SOMERSET, Ky. (AP) – Authorities say a Kentucky federal prison inmate who started a 15-month sentence two weeks ago has died.Pulaski County Coroner Clyde Strunk tells the Lexington Herald-Leader 55-year-old John Arthur died Monday after a riding lawn mower turned over on top of him.- Advertisement -
Coroner: Inmate dies after lawn mower overturned on him
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York indicted for sexual abuse
Daniel York, the Somerset man accused of sexually abusing his two stepdaughters, now has two co-defendants accused of helping him with the kidnapping of the older girl.
At least 3 injured in Leoma buggy crash
Emergency crews are responding to a crash involving an Amish buggy in Leoma, Tenn. in Lawrence County.The crash happened Wednesday afternoon near Story and Lee on Highway 43.At least three people were injured in the crash. The extent of their injuries is unknown at this time.Stay with News4 for upda
The withered Greenleafe Inn is under new management
The former Greenleafe Inn is undergoing major changes – from ownership, to renovations, everything but the walls will be new. The site was purchased by Arvind Alex Patel in June and will be turned into a Days Inn and Suites. The pool will be filled in and paved over, so guests will be able to drive
Multiple Injuries Reported In Buggy Crash In Lawrence County
LEOMA, Tenn. - Multiple injuries were reported in a crash involving an Amish buggy in Lawrence County.According to WLX Radio, the crash happened on Highway 43 South in Leoma.Multiple agencies responded to the scene, and officials asked drivers to avoid the area if possible.We will update this story