Pints are not the only thing poured out at Slainte Public House. Daniel Swartz, of Brother Maven, and Jen Tackett poured out their souls into a song two years ago while in the back room at the pub. That song, “Destination You,” just saw its release as a part of Brother Maven’s album, “Twenty…
Editor’s Note: The News-Graphic does not identify victims of sexual assaults unless they specifically request that we do so. Ava Stokes has made such a request.
A retired Kentucky Supreme Court justice said concerns about a possible conflict of interest if Rob Johnson is elected circuit court judge while his wife, Sharon Muse is the commonwealth attorney are misplaced.
Editor’s Note: Throughout the holidays, the News-Graphic will highlight people and organizations that make a difference in our community. This is the first in a series.
Circuit Court Judge Brian Privett has announced he will not seek re-election to the 14th Circuit, Division Two, while Rob Johnson, a former judge, has announced he plans to seek a return to the bench.
The Georgetown-Scott County Tourism Commission(GSCTC) will meet Tuesday, Nov. 23 at 2 p.m. at Country Boy Brewing to discuss the future of regulation for short-term rental operation in Georgetown and Scott County. Feedback from that meeting will be provided to local government officials as t…
The Georgetown-Scott County Planning Commission voted 5-3 Wednesday to continue the public hearing on an application to rezone 3.4 acres located at 1442 Delaplain Road in Oxford from A1 agricultural to B1 business. The vote came after extensive public comment from neighbors of the property, …
A social media post in support of “survivors of sexual assault” signed “Your GC Faculty” has been shared by several Georgetown College faculty members amidst the firing of its president for sexual assault allegations.
Over 450 people visited the Scott County Public Health Department Friday, to receive booster vaccines, as well as the first opportunity for children ages 5-11 to receive their vaccines.
The emergency protective order against former Georgetown College president William Jones was kept in place by Fayette County Judge Libby Messer Wednesday after both sides agreed to a status hearing on April 20, 2022.
Ermadine Duncan turned 100 years-old Friday. A goal her family says she was deter- mined to reach—now stretch- ing that goal to see 103.Duncan celebrated with a parade of cars decorated with signs wishing her a happy birthday. Leading the parade were some of the City’s first responders.Dunca…
The body discovered by searchers near the 200 block of South Rays Fork on Monday, Nov. 8, has been positively identified as Mary Haralson, according to Scott County Coroner John Goble.The Scott County Sheriff’s Office began a search for Haralson Sunday after it was discovered that she had le…
Last Friday representatives from the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife gave a presentation to the Scott County Fiscal Court on the potential removal of the Great Crossing Dam.
Two teenagers, each facing murder charges in separate cases, have entered guilty pleas to amended charges. Dustin Smith entered his guilty plea on Oct. 26, and Elijah Barkley entered his guilty plea on Nov. 5, in Bourbon and Scott County courtrooms, respectively.
Steff Dutton says she founded the Georgetown Crime Bulletin Facebook group in July of last year to provide a trustworthy and safe place for Scott County to discuss local criminal activity.
Now that vaccines for children 5 years of age through 11 are approved, the Scott County Public Health Department and the Scott County School System are making preparations.
William A. Jones has been fired as president of Georgetown College following allegations of sexual assault of a female college employee and inappropriate behavior with another female College employee, said Dr. Jonathan Sands-Wise, Vice President of Enrollment Management.
The Scott County Fiscal Court approved funding agreements for several projects that could bring new revenue sources during its regular meeting Thursday.
The Scott County School System and the Scott County Public Health Department are looking at options to provide vaccinations for 5-to-11 year-olds, if the Centers for Disease Control approve the vaccines as expected, this week.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky has announced a series of changes that President Susan Elkington said positions the plant well into the future.