Alltech could double beer production with planned expansion
Alltech founder Pearse Lyons said Monday that the Nicholasville-based nutrition company was pressing forward with plans to expand its brewery in Lexington.
Kentucky Wine and Vine Fest attracts many to Nicholasville
Robin and Chris Sparks enjoyed some beer cheese and wine during the 2013 Kentucky Wine and Vine Fest Saturday afternoon in downtown Nicholasville.
Wed May 15, 2013
Feeding Frenzy: Hundreds turn out for Taste of Jessamine
From appetizers to desserts, there was plenty of food to be tasted at the 16th annual Taste of Jessamine County held Friday night at West Jessamine High School.
Tue May 14, 2013
State's managed care system drawing complaints
Kentucky's change to a managed care system of delivering Medicaid services continues to rile lawmakers even though they're the ones who demanded cost-savings measures for the health care system for the poor and disabled.
New ordinance makes hotel/motel records open to Nicholasville police, fire, EMS
The Nicholasville City Commission passed the first reading of an ordinance that would require hotels and motels operating inside the city limits to turn over their customers' information at the request of the Nicholasville public safety officials.
Fire causes garbage truck driver to drop his load on Nicholasville street
Around 9:15 a.m., the driver of the Rumpke truck noticed smoke billowing from the back of his truck and elected to dump a portion of his load at the intersection of Bellechase Lane and Pinewood Drive, near Edgewood Drive.
Wed May 08, 2013
Jessamine County officials alarmed at rise in heroin use
The passage of House Bill 1 in 2012, better known as the pill-mill bill, made it much more difficult for drug addicts to abuse prescription pain pills.
Wine and Vine Fest set for next weekend in Nicholasville
Wine lovers and those who want to get out and mingle and hear some live music will have the opportunity next weekend as the 10th annual Kentucky Wine and Vine Fest takes over downtown Nicholasville.
Mon May 06, 2013
CovCath, Ryle golfers among best at Ky. Junior Masters
Covington Catholic sophomore Paul Huber and Ryle sophomores Austin Squires and Nadine Innes were among top local finishers at the weather-shortened Kentucky Junior Masters, which wrapped up Sunday at Champion Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville.
Fri May 03, 2013
Christians-only medical plan may return to Ky.
A Christians-only health care plan that had been banned in Kentucky could resume operations in the state next month, unless officials at the Department of Insurance opt to continue a decade-long legal fight.
The Advocate Online
Standing water issue to be resolved in Perryville
Residents of Perryville soon could see construction on a portion of South Buell Street, also known as Merchant's Row, beginning with the Opera House and travelling 292 feet.
Wed May 01, 2013
The Interior Journal
Lincoln Fiscal Court approves plan for new structure at Veterans Park
Lincoln County magistrates have accepted a bid to build a new public-use structure at First Southern Veterans Park with funding secured years ago by former U.S. Rep.
Westgate subdivision litigation ends with settlement reached by R.J. Corman Real Estate, RCCB
Long-standing litigation over the Westgate subdivision, which has included more than half a dozen lawsuits, has come to an end with a settlement agreement that calls for R.J. Corman Real Estate, LLC, to purchase much of the disputed land.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Celebrations: Hobert Hill & Lucille Hill
They were married on May 1, 1948 in Nicholasville, KY. Together they built a wonderful home and life together in Richmond where they raised Randy Hill of Richmond, Janice Woolems of Indianapolis, Marcia Dietsch of Fishers and the late Jim Hill of Louisville, KY.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
WWII diary found in rubble belonged to Nicholasville woman's father
About two weeks ago, Catherine Cole of Nicholasville was given a piece of her father that she never knew existed, and that has given her a glimpse into a part of his life he never talked about.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Nicholasville City Commission approves Sunday alcohol sales
Citing low revenue streams and a need to beef up public-safety services, the Nicholasville City Commission passed an ordinance that would allow Sunday alcohol sales starting July 1 during Monday's meeting.
Workers prepare Nicholasville pool for May 25 opening
Employees cleaned, painted and monitored or adjusted water levels Monday to prepare the Nicholasville/Jessamine County Aquatic Center for its 11th season opening on May 25.