Ex-Herald-Leader editor Carroll to speak at Georgetown conference
A discussion of these questions will come during a one-day conference, "Words in a Changing World: From Bradford to Bloggers," on Wednesday at The Center for the Written Word at Cardome, 800 Cincinnati Road, in Georgetown.
Sun May 19, 2013
Georgetown man and woman accused of abusing 14-month-old
A Georgetown man and woman have been arrested and charged with first-degree criminal abuse of a 14-month-old girl, Kentucky State Police said Saturday.
Green Co. group awarded $20,000 for Heifer Chain Program
Green Co. group awarded $20,000 for Heifer Chain Program From Commonwealth News Service The Green County Cattlemen's Association was approved for $20,000 in Green County funds to implement a youth heifer chain program to increase youth involvement in the livestock industry.
Thu May 16, 2013
Toyota Georgetown, KY plant creates 750 new job openings for 2015 expansion.
The largest Toyota plant outside of Japan is located in Georgetown, Kentucky. The Georgetown Toyota plant will begin building the Lexus ES 350 in 2015.
Mon May 13, 2013
Kentucky activist to IRS: 'Apology not accepted'
In February 2012, conservative activist Eric Wilson of Georgetown began claiming in news releases that the IRS was delaying his group's application for special tax status by asking personal questions.
KY man gets 20 years in prison for fatal crash
A Georgetown man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for the 2010 crash deaths of a Lexington couple.
Presidential search starts over for Georgetown
Presidential Search Committee Board Chair William Houston says the new candidates will visit a largely empty campus now that classes have ended for the semester.
Thu May 09, 2013
Jim Newberry withdraws as candidate for Georgetown College president
The search for a new president at Georgetown College was reset after two finalists, former Lexington Mayor Jim Newberry and Jason Rogers of Belmont University in Nashville, withdrew from consideration "for personal and professional reasons," the school announced Thursday.
Pain clinic doc has license revoked in Ky.
The Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure has revoked the license of a doctor who worked at a now-closed southern Indiana pain clinic.
U.S. 460 closed after wreck that downed power lines
An early morning crash downed power lines on U.S. 460 at the Franklin-Scott County line, causing the pavement to catch on fire.
Fri May 03, 2013
Brunswick port handles its 1st Toyota auto exports
The Georgia Ports Authority says a cargo ship loaded with Toyota Venzas set sail Thursday from Brunswick for markets in Russia and the Ukraine.
Thu May 02, 2013
Wed May 01, 2013
Portsmouth Daily Times
Jesse Peyton, 64
Jesse Paul Peyton, 64, of Wheelersburg, died Saturday, April 27, 2013, at the SOMC Hospice Center.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
I-75 shut down after pursuit
Lexington Police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said the pursuit began around 8:30 Saturday morning when officers responded to a call of shots fired.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Rally at Georgetown College asks trustees to expand non-discrimination policy
About 85 people rallied Friday to encourage the Georgetown College Board of Trustees to include lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender faculty and staff in the school's non-discrimination policy.
Kentucky Baptists inquiring into Campbellsville University
The Kentucky Baptist Convention has launched an inquiry into Campbellsville University over teachings on theology and evolution at the school, which receives funding and has its trustees approved by the church group.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
2013 Lexus RX350 AWD 5-Door Luxury SUV - Photo & Review by Stu Wright
Lexus, the luxury line of Toyota automobiles, made headlines this past week with the announcement that the company would begin producing some of itsr product in the United States.