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email@example.comFrom 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. In all, some 47 local celebrity chefs offered up their fare as more than 300 people eagerly...
The Kentucky Nonprofit Network has given Kentuckians an opportunity to support local nonprofits today as part of the statewide Kentucky Gives Day. And there’s still time to donate and plenty of local charities for Clark Countians. The Bluegrass...
Tags: Social Issues, Human Interest, United Way , Charity, Pies and Tarts
Contributing writerA lot of personal loss led Cathy Reeser to embark on a career as a hospice social worker. March is National Social Work Month and Reeser shares some of her thoughts about the 12 years she has worked with Heritage Hospice. Heritage Hospice welcomes...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA husband and wife are facing court dates after police and social workers investigated their home — where an elderly woman and four children lived — last week and found it “unfit for human habitation.” Beverly A. Kindred, 41,...
email@example.comWhat began Wednesday morning as a welfare check on two reclusive brothers ended nearly six hours later after a Kentucky State Police special response team in an armored personnel carrier detonated pepper gas inside the Forkland Road home, forcing the...
A Danville woman was arrested Tuesday afternoon after police and social services made a visit to her home at 220 Allene Drive. Social services had received a report that narcotics were in the home where minor children reside, according to police....
Tags: Cocaine, Drug Trafficking
The Community Arts Center of Danville-Boyle County, a non-profit organization working to create arts opportunities in the region, is competing with charities nationwide for grants ranging from $10,000 to $250,000 from the Chase Community Giving program. ...
Tags: Social Issues, Media Industry
firstname.lastname@example.orgIf we look at humanity as a garden, abuse suffered by children is easy to spot. Some precious flowers whither on the vine, unable to grow in a toxic environment, while others are crushed under a savage boot heel or denied sunshine and sustenance. Not...
Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the...
The AARP Chapter 632 met Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Generations Center. Don Rose, president, presided. Bill Burton led the Pledge of Allegiance and Betty Ballard gave the blessing. The president announced that a total of $1,050 was donated to the...
Tags: Justice System, Justice System, Social Issues, Judges, Charity
Social Services needs better monitoring To Gov. Steve Beshear: With all the talk of cutting expenses, perhaps it’s time to look at Kentucky’s Social Services and how this agency spends our money. Here’s a case in point, and no doubt,...
When the news hit that tornadoes had ripped through Alabama, helpers sprang into action. They handed out water and medical supplies. They provided food, clothing and shelter to the many victims and cleaned up the mess that Mother Nature left behind. FEMA?...
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