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The way developers design a neighborhood can help deter crime or encourage it. [Read More]
Maximiliano Roblero Santizo, the Bardstown resident seized this summer by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, remains in jail in Boone County awaiting a hearing before a... [Read More]
Syringe exchange Since the Nelson County Health Department began its syringe exchange program in July 2017, health officials have dispensed 14,372 syringes to 96... [Read More]
Two Englishwomen were nursing pints of beer and listening to a talk about bourbon Monday afternoon at the Old Talbott Tavern, built before it was... [Read More]
Selena Nance of Sanford, N.C., had come home to Bardstown last week ahead of Florence's remnant and in time for the Kentucky Bourbon Festival. [Read More]
For Tom and Lesley Pyjas, attending the Kentucky Bourbon Festival this year was the fulfillment of an aspiration they've had for several years. [Read More]
Jonesie thought city officials would let it ride, but he was wrong. [Read More]
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Theodore Senior Hunter Tillman is this week's Greene and Phillips FNFF Player of the week. [Read More]
Fred and Pat Hagan were among the locals who started enjoying the Kentucky Bourbon Festival early. They came downtown for Bardstown's Night Out and ran... [Read More]
Bill Thomas, owner of the Jack Rose Dining Saloon restaurant and bar in Washington, D.C., told a roomful of people Monday evening about meeting local... [Read More]
Workers at the Four Roses Distillery location in Cox's Creek went on strike at 3:30 Friday afternoon after rejecting what they called a "concessionary contract"... [Read More]
Workers at Four Roses in Cox's Creek went on strike at 3:30 Friday afternoon after rejecting what they called a "concessionary contract" the company offered... [Read More]
Detra Haycraft was a "naïve kid" who said when she finished high school she was leaving Bardstown and not coming back. [Read More]
Stephanie Compton doesn't have as much money or name recognition as her opponent, Jimmy Higdon, but she thinks someone has to hold him accountable for... [Read More]
Cox's Creek residents pleaded with the Nelson County Fiscal Court Tuesday to require that any drug rehabilitation center in an A1 agricultural zone have sanitary... [Read More]
The extension of the bicycling and walking path along John Rowan Boulevard could start this fall and is scheduled for completion next June. [Read More]
Labor Day has traditionally been thought of as the beginning of the final stretch for fall political races, and even when social media and money... [Read More]
Fifth Street traffic was backed up from Templin to Beall, and tempers flared in the late-afternoon heat. Car horns sounded. Drivers with their windows down... [Read More]
Nelson County desperately needs a drug rehabilitation center, but it doesn't need one in the old Cox's Creek school, Dr. Steve Harris told 40 or... [Read More]
Harry Spence believes print has a future, and he wants to prove it. [Read More]
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