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The Nicholasville City Commission’s decision to regulate what types of fireworks could be sold and set off within city limits was a tough call, and The Journal feels it was the correct one. On one hand, city leaders had to weigh the right of those...
Tags: Government, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe tradition of beginning Danville City Commission meetings with a prayer will continue, though Boyle County Fiscal Court decided last week to remove prayer from its meetings and instead have a “moment of silence.” The manner in which city...
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...
Tags: Trials, Government, Laws, Politics, Litigation
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Lancaster City Council held a meeting of a different sort Monday night, one that honored individuals who had been significant to the city. State Rep. Lonnie Napier, the late Jimmy Crutchfield, and the late Billy C. Moss were honored...
Tags: Government, Lonnie Napier, Politics, Human Interest
email@example.comArchitects hired by Danville officials presented initial design plans for the former BISCO building during Monday’s City Commission meeting. Monica Sumner, who works for the Lexington-based firm Brandstetter Carroll, said she and other company...
Tags: Government, Arts and Culture, Architecture, Politics, Taj Mahal
firstname.lastname@example.orgCRAB ORCHARD — The volunteer fire department in Crab Orchard will be getting a couple upgrades thanks to approximately $9,200 in spending approved by the city commission. Mayor Billy Shelton said city commissioners approved the purchase of seven...
email@example.comDanville City Commission unanimously voted Monday to accept changes to the city’s historic preservation ordinance as proposed by the state and recently accepted by the city’s Architectural Review Board. Danville has about six months to get...
Tags: Legal Services, Elections, Government, Lawyers, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgHUSTONVILLE — The state fire marshal has ruled that city officials have the right to repair or demolish the Hustonville Haunted House. The historic building on Main Street has been a point of contention for months between building owner Paul...
Tags: Government, Explosions, Politics, Emergency Incidents
email@example.comDozens of local residents, out-of-town visitors and dignitaries gathered Monday to celebrate the dedication of a new historic marker at the Willis Russell House on Walnut Street. Willis Russell, a well-educated and emancipated slave of Revolutionary War...
Tags: Government, Culture, Arts and Culture, Slavery, Republican Party
The election is over. The Romney-Ryan ticket has gone down in defeat. President Obama has won a decisive second term, as I predicted he would - twice. While we still have a divided government, this decisive win by President Obama is speaking to...
Tags: Elections, Government, Republican Party, White House, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville city officials hope to hire an architect this month to design the renovation of the BISCO building and expect to complete the financing by the end of the year. At a special City Commission meeting Thursday, City Engineer Earl Coffey asked...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Lincoln County voted to keep Teresa Reed as its Circuit Court clerk Tuesday, while residents of the second magisterial district selected Lonnie Pruitt as their new magistrate and Hustonville wrote in David Peyton for its new mayor....
Tags: Jill Stein, Elections, Voting, Government, Politics
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