11/24/2014—Breckinridge County Fiscal Court magistrates approved the low bid for the Custer Volunteer Fire Department Construction Phase II at their regular meeting Monday evening. The bid of $81,800.00 was submitted by Matthew Butler, of Harned. The Court also approved a memorandum of agreement with the Custer Fire Department for the construction project and payment of all
(11/19/14)- Megan Stith has been appointed United Way of Central Kentucky’s new President and CEO by the organization’s Board of Directors. Stith, a Meade County resident, has been with the local United Way for the past three years and currently serves as Director of Community Impact. She will succeed Christopher Wilborn, who has served as the CEO for the previous nearly five....
(11/03/14)- Applications are now being accepted for the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program through the local community action office in Hardinsburg. Applications are being accepted based on the first letter of last name...
What led to the grand jury decision not to indict Darren WIlson?
Gloria Browne Marshall, professor at John Jay College, discusses the numerous factors - from the evidence presented to the makeup of the jury - that led to the grand jury's decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown Jr.
"Ugly" Christmas tree in Pennsylvania won't come down after all
A much-criticized Christmas tree in downtown Reading, Pennsylvania, is still standing. Many community members complained that it looked ugly and local officials started to take it down Monday, but as Vicente Arenas reports, the tree got a last-minute reprieve.