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email@example.comAn anti-bullying youths empowerment group is starting in Danville, and its founder hopes to eventually carry the message of accepting others worldwide. Danville resident Elizabeth O’Carroll, the mother of two grown children, is so concerned...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen most people think of crime’s cost they immediately think of stolen valuables, cops on the street and the ever spiraling fortune spent keeping large portions of the population behind bars. But what about the burden of locking and unlocking...
Tags: FBI, Viral Diseases and Infections, David Anderson , Theft, Criminals
email@example.comDanville made its way onto another list of top places to live, this time as No. 9 of Livability.com’s top 10 Mayberry-like small towns. Danville was chosen from among the 500 towns featured on the website with a population less than 25,000 people....
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Nicholasville man was arrested June 28 on an E-warrant stating he was in probation violation from Florida stemming from a conviction of 149 count of possession of computer child pornography. Ronald Keith Neal, 60, of 109 North Glencove, was arrested...
Johnson graduates from West Point Cadet Ethan Frederick Johnson, son of Dr. Charles and Nancy Johnson of Nicholasville, graduated from theU.S. MilitaryAcademy on Saturday, May 26. Johnson graduated from West Jessamine High School in 2008. While at...
Tags: Human Interest, Politics, Science, Students, Interior Policy
email@example.comGone are the days when the greatest threats to a person’s pocketbook lurked in crowds on busy streets or plotted strong-arm robberies. Now the pick pockets may be in another state or country. With financial identity theft in the form of credit and...
Journal ColumnistThe First Amendment’s protection for free speech seems fairly unlimited — an unambiguous provision included in just 45 simple words that begin with “Congress shall make no law ...” No intricate phrases, no flowery modifiers. We...
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Charles E. Cooper, 65, Stanford, driving under the influence of intoxicants, $350, four days, credit for two days served, license suspended 120 days; controlled substance prescription not in original container, 30 days,...
The Winchester SunTechnology has become increasingly advanced in recent years, spawning products like Facebook, the iPhone, mobile apps and the Kindle. And with more software developments come more served arrest warrants, freed up storage space and better crime...
Diversity discussion scheduled Citizens Concerned for Human Relations invites community members to a discussion on diversity, multi-culturalism and human rights as they impact the Danville-Boyle County community. CCHR wants to bring together the groups...
A Danville photographer was sentenced Tuesday to seven years in prison for possession of child pornography. Terry Alan Hadley, 46, who owned Aperture Studios, pleaded guilty June 16 to four counts of possession of matter portraying a sexual performance by...
Tags: Trials, Lawyers, Punishment, Justice System, Judges
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith the general election scheduled for Nov. 8, The Jessamine Journal finishes its two-week profile on the many candidates. This week, using information form the candiate’s websites, The Journal will profile the races for agriculture commissioner...
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