A Georgetown Police officer was attacked while responding to a call at an apartment complex on Thursday night.
With a March 23 deadline looming, the Georgetown City Council is expected to vote on a possible tax increase on insurance premiums during Monday’s regular meeting.
Georgetown Police Department is currently seeking two suspects in an armed robbery that occurred at the McDonald’s on Connector Road early Thursday morning.
A 17-year-old Great Crossing High School senior has reunited his father with a fellow military veteran almost 30 years after their last meeting.
Scott County Sheriff’s Office concluded it’s investigation into Deputy Keith Gibson after a series of social media posts were reported by an employee last week to be “offensive and unprofessional.”
Editor’s note: This is the final of a three-part series about Shepherd’s House — an intensive outpatient program treating former inmates for the disease of addiction, which opened its doors on Sept. 1 in Scott County.
The majority of Scott County teachers received their second COVID-19 vaccine shot last week, setting up the school system to possibly complete the year with primarily in-person instructions.
A Scott County Sheriff’s Office deputy is currently under review after several social media posts were reported by an employee as being “offensive and unprofessional.”
SADIEVILLE — Security cameras for city hall and police department were approved by the Sadieville City Commission at Monday night’s meeting.
Scott County teachers and educational staff members will receive their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine this week, the school system and WEDCO Health District have confirmed.
When Scott County resident Leah Holland first got a tattoo on March 4, 2020, she could never have predicted how misconstrued it's meaning would become in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Calling it a “crisis,” Georgetown Mayor Tom Prather began laying out plans to increase revenue and address the city’s public safety needs during a meeting of the city’s finance committee meeting Friday.
Editor’s note: This is the second of a three-part series about Shepherd’s House — an intensive outpatient program treating former inmates for the disease of addiction, which opened its doors on Sept. 1 in Scott County.
The U.S. is amid a gardening renaissance. As the coronavirus pandemic prompts questions our food system future, people everywhere are buying seeds, pulling up lawns, building raised beds, and seeking gardening information.
The University of Kentucky’s cooperative extension and Barnstable Brown Diabetes Center have partnered together to lower diabetes risk for Scott County residents through a new virtual pilot program.
Crossroads Church has launched an effort to provide support for 20,000 medical staff members who have been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Scott County was struck with a third round of winter weather Thursday and Friday after two previous systems moved through the county within the last week.
Editor’s note: This is the first of a three-part series about Shepherd’s House — an intensive outpatient program treating former inmates for the disease of addiction, which opened its doors on Sept. 1 in Scott County.
The Georgetown News-Graphic captured eight awards, including five first place awards, in the Kentucky Press Association’s annual General Excellence Awards contest.
Another batch of winter weather is expected to hit Scott County throughout the week, with large accumulations of snow expected and more ice possible.
In preparation for the 2021-22 fiscal year budget, Georgetown Mayor Tom Prather alerted council members Monday he hopes to transition how businesses are taxed from a net profit to a gross receipts tax.
Hundreds were without power and nearly 50 vehicle accidents occurred in Scott County this week after an ice storm hit the area.
A one-time allocation of additional COVID-19 vaccines will enable the WEDCO Health district to provide some 1,400 doses to Scott County this week, said Dr. Crystal Miller, public health director.
Luke Wiggins was always great at basketball because of his height and long arms and legs. But it never occurred to his mother that these characteristics were signs of something more serious.
Scott County’s legislative team — all Republicans — were in lockstep on the majority of state issues as they answered questions during the annual Georgetown/Scott County Chamber of Commerce breakfast Saturday.