Superstorm Sandy pounds away
Superstorm Sandy pounded the coast of New Jersey and moved into New York. Associated Press photos.
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Area woman’s book collection of aviator grandfather’s technical writings
All her life, Barbara Sellers gave much thought to flight.
A new nonprofit group is planning a concert this summer intended to offer a positive social gathering for music lovers.
Water main break causes headaches
A water main break in the area of 29th Street and Greenup Avenue has caused headaches for public works employees and water customers in Ashland.
MLB exec speaking to Greenup graduates
Greenup County High School graduates are going to hear a little baseball tonight.
Span into Ky. likely out of commission through holiday
The Ben Williamson Bridge, closed Thursday morning because of a damaged I-beam, probably will remain closed at least through the Memorial Day holiday, and transportation officials don’t yet know how soon they will be able to reopen it.
Students celebrate grandparents
The fellowship hall at Unity Baptist Church was bursting with pride Thursday afternoon.
Olive Hill Council holds off on appointments
The Olive Hill Council met in regular session Tuesday night to accept the resignations of former Council members Tony Williams and Angie Johnson Fultz.
U.S. 23 Yard Sale under way
The annual yard sale which runs from Greenup County to Letcher County is under way, with Boyd County officials reporting strong early interest in the local portion of the U.S. 23 Highway Yard Sale.
Ashland to salute vets on Memorial Day
Ice cream always tastes better outdoors on Memorial Day in Central Park while saluting the nation’s veterans, according to Sue Dowdy of the Ashland Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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