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firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON — Drug trafficking charges against Jimmy and Regina Banks were dismissed before their scheduled trial Wednesday in Fayette Circuit Court, but a prosecutor says he hopes to have them reinstated next week along with additional charges. The...
email@example.comThe city of Danville’s insurance carrier paid to settle a lawsuit filed by former city commissioner Ryan Owens, a settlement the insurance company attempted to keep secret. According to the settlement agreement, which The Advocate-Messenger...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgLong-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. The...
email@example.comSTANFORD — The estate of a Garrard County teenager who died last year is suing a Stanford medical clinic, doctor and nurse, alleging the girl was negligently prescribed birth control pills that caused her death. Named as defendants in the lawsuit,...
The Winchester SunFountain Circle has gone from a one to two-star facility and has been handed off to a Louisville-based owner, which may mean things are headed in a positive direction for the nursing and rehabilitation facility. Signature HealthCARE, LLC became the new...
Waters’ views wouldn’t hold up in court To the editor, Jim Waters’ guest column published in your March 20 edition is intellectually cowardly in that Waters’ arguments are based not on a recitation of any statistics or report from...
Guest Columnist“Woe unto you, lawyers,” Jesus Christ himself once said. Fast forward 20 centuries and Christ could have had the personal-injury, ambulance-chasing kind of lawyer in mind. You’ve seen these law-benders’ brand of advertising:...
A new person may soon be facing charges from a 2011 home invasion that left one gunman and the resident dead. Aaron Lewis was supposed to go to trial April 1 on murder, first-degree burglary and persistent felony offender charges for the May 23, 2011...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA preliminary sketch plat for part of the Westgate subdivision was approved by the Nicholasville Planning Commission at its meeting Monday despite objection from attorneys for R.J. Corman Real Estate and two citizens who live near the subdivision. The...
email@example.comThe conflict over the Westgate subdivision has made it to a federal courthouse with the filing of a lawsuit by R. J. Corman Real Estate alleging the city of Nicholasville has violated the federal “Clean Water Act” in allowing storm water...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — In a repeat visit to the Fiscal Court, Garrard County resident Denny Ford came before magistrates Monday regarding a water runoff issue he faces on his property on U.S. 27 near Camp Nelson. Ford said he appeared before the court in...
email@example.comLANCASTER — A Lancaster police officer who was briefly suspended from his job has sued city officials for allegedly violating his civil rights. Shaun Seger filed a lawsuit Monday in Garrard Circuit Court. In the lawsuit, Seger names former...
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