Sunday Homily: Is Liberation Theology Obsolete? Insights of the Enlightened Jesus
Readings for 2 nd Sunday of Lent: GN 12:1-4A; PS 33: 4-5, 18-19, 20, 22; 2 TM 1: 8B-10; MT 17: 1-9 Have you ever gone through a period when you profoundly question how you're spending your life? I'm thinking especially about suspicions that you might not be giving enough attention to your interior life -- to your enlightenment.
Kentucky State Police
KSP Investigates Injury Collision in Boyle County
On Tuesday, March 11, 2014 at 8:21 a.m. EDT the Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post responded to an injury collision at the intersection of Lexington Road and the New Bypass in Danville, KY.
Group from Shiloh and Bethesda visit Thompson-Hood Veterans Center
By Joe Hare Norbert Hall, pastor of the Shiloh Christian Church, Adair County, KY, and local veterans Ron Burton from the Bethesda Community Fellowship Church, Russell Springs.
Alvin Ailey concert in Danville to include 'one of the greatest dances ever created'
What: Dance troupe performs Home by Rennie Harris; D-Man in the Waters by Bill T. Jones; Takademe by Robert Battle; and Revelations by Ailey On Tuesday in Danville, the world-touring Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater will perform "one of the greatest dances ever created," says troupe artistic director Robert Battle.
LaGrange Daily News
LC, mayor shows pride in Panthers
Mayor Jim Thonton presented LaGrange College men's basketball Coach Kendall Wallace with a proclamation Monday afternoon for the team's March 1 USA south title.
Danville man arrested on multiple drug charges
Officers went to a home on Sanders Clay Circle at about 11:30 Monday night to investigate a possible domestic violence situation.
Fighting Through The Pain: Tyler Bowers
Most champions didn't earn the number one plate by riding flawlessly for an entire season, and becoming a champion usually means fighting through adversity.
Merlene Davis: New brochure raises the profile of Danville's former black business district
Visit the Heart of Danville Program offices in the Alban Goldsmith House in Constitution Square Park, at Walnut and Second streets.