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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;
New Bardstown Family Medical Center now open
The new 70,000 square foot facility is located on East John Rowan Boulevard. The hospital offers 12 different services and specialties at one location. It includes cardiology, orthopedics, critical care and physical therapy.
Tennessee fugitive in attempted murder case captured in Danville
DANVILLE, Ky. (WKYT) –A man is being held in the Boyle County Detention Center, waiting to be extradited to Tennessee to answer in an attempted murder case.
2 Shelbyville men arrested on child pornography charges
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Two Shelbyville men were arrested Thursday night after police say they were using Facebook to share child pornography.According to arrest reports, the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crimes Branch was conducting an undercover investigation when Facebook accounts belonging
One new child care facility opening in Danville; another could be coming - The Advocate-Messenger
A Children’s Place, which provides child care for 135 kids and employs 28, is being closed by Ephraim McDowell Health at the end of August. Gospel Garden Learning Center plans to begin providing child care for up to 29 kids by late August or early September.
Denver’s first-of-its-kind social marijuana use program for businesses is mostly a bust. Can it be fixed?
Shaban Athuman, The Denver PostDina and Shawn Case, of Bloomfield, Ky., exchange a vaping device at The Coffee Joint in Denver on Aug. 16, 2018, at a table where they also passed the time with coloring books. The shop, at 1130 Yuma Ct., is the first city licensee under a voter-approved program that
Update: Lawrenceberg Schools on lockdown as police investigate report
LAWRENCEBURG, IN (FOX19) -A lockdown was ordered for the Lawrenceburg Schools Friday afternoon, according to Superintendent Karl Galey.Galey posted the announcement on social media just after noon on Friday.The superintendent said the lockdown was due to a report that the police are investigating.La
Man arrested in connection to Transy Campus Cafe burglary - ABC 36 News
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- A man has been arrested in connection to a burglary at the Transylvania University Campus Center Cafe.The arrest citation says Billy Jo Benney was caught on surveillance camera forcing his way into coolers and freezers. The citation also says missing food products were taken a
E’town man charged in fatal crash set for court appearance
An Elizabethtown man charged and indicted in connection with a June crash on Interstate 65 that killed his son is scheduled to make an appearance Tuesday in Hardin Circuit Court.Jason Hershey, 25, is charged with second-degree manslaughter in a December wreck that claimed the life of his son, Mason,
Police: Man tried to sell food stamps to parole office
An Elizabethtown man is facing a felony charge after he was arrested Thursday morning for trying to sell food stamps to someone at the Hardin County probation and parole office earlier this week, Elizabethtown police say.Kyle Hoadley, 32, is charged with one count of intent to defraud/scheme or arti
Police standoff ends in peaceful arrest
According to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department, LMPD detectives had located Ainsworth, 33, in Shelby County and informed the local sheriff’s office that he had several warrants out for his arrest on theft-related charges, including fraudulent use of a credit card.
Man arrested after trailers stolen from churches, charity found at home
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A Louisville man was arrested Wednesday night after trailers stolen from various area churches and one local charity were found at his home.Police say 34-year-old Elvir Hamzabegovic was taken into custody, after a search warrant was executed at his home in the 3800 block of
The best modern bourbon restaurant might be this hotspot in Bardstown
We've all heard how staffing shortages are squeezing restaurants. So when you're asking employees to drive or live an hour from the nearest city, how do you get the number — and the caliber— of staff you need to run such a place? And once they're in, how do you balance serving two distinct clientele
Officers experience hectic arrest on Metts Court
A report of a domestic dispute Tuesday night at a Metts Court residence in Elizabethtown led to multiple charges against an Elizabethtown woman in a home described as “an all-around disaster” by Elizabethtown police.Linda Comstock, 25, is in jail facing two felony charges and three misdemeanor offen
Landlord jailed after attempted eviction goes awry
Timothy Brothers, 59, of 111 Ballard St., Lawrenceburg, allegedly tried to evict tenants from a residence he owns at 300 North Main St. by putting their belongings in the front yard while it was raining, according to police reports.
Heavy rains cause flooding problems in Bullitt County
Jerry Kennedy, Bullitt County Sanitation District manager, says the district's wastewater system could not handle several inches of rainfall at once.
Cleaning Up Thousands of Bourbon Barrels at Barton 1792 Distillery
On June 22, 2018, half of Warehouse 30 collapsed at the Barton 1792 Distillery in Bardstown, Kentucky, spilling around 9,000 barrels of whiskey. The rest of the warehouse collapsed on July 4 with another 9,000 barrels. Crews have been working since then to recover as many barrels – and as much Bourb
'The press is not the enemy of the people,' Senate declares in resolution
The Senate unanimously passed a resolution by Democrats on Thursday condemning attacks on the free press and affirming that "the press is not the enemy of the people," President Trump's label for the media.The move came asmore than 300 newspapers and other media outletsjoined The Boston Globe in pub
Police say head-on wreck was on purpose
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Harrodsburg officer's killer up for parole Tuesday
HARRODSBURG, Ky. (WKYT) -The man who shot Regina Nickles, the first female police officer in Kentucky to be killed in the line of duty, is up for parole Tuesday.