The Festival of the Learnshops began last week and local blacksmith Jeff Farmer led a class on blacksmithing last week at the Welcome Center. Farmer instructed a class of Boy Scouts from Troop 401 based in Madison County. Trevor Savage sharpens a piece of mental that was used to make a spatu…

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Approximately 50 local youths were selected for the First Responders Summer Camp, co-sponsored by the Berea Fire Department and the Berea Police Department.

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The Terrill Branch Bridge on Old U.S. 25/KY 3376 will be closed and scheduled to be completed within 75 days.

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Nearly 50 local youths were selected for the First Responders Summer Camp, co-sponsored by the Berea Fire Department and the Berea Police Department.

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“I applaud Gov. Matt Bevin, Sen. Danny Carroll, Rep. John Blanton and other state officials for their proposed legislation to prevent cities from enacting ‘sanctuary’ policies that would prevent local law enforcement from cooperating with federal law enforcement. As a federal lawmaker, I bel…

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June was a busy month for first responders as emergency personnel were called to a number of traffic accidents around the city. Accident locations and the number of incidents that occurred per site were as follows:

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On a gorgeous Friday, there are a lot of folks at the Berea Craft Fair, which opened Friday morning and runs through Sunday. The event features a remarkable variety of art and crafts, food, music and demonstrations by artisans such as Jason Meeks of Boone St. Blacksmithing. (City of Berea)

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It’s perhaps not surprising that Berea draws interest from visitors up and down the I-75 corridor, but internet surfers are coming from other distant places, according to a recent report from Berea Tourism’s advertising firm. Representatives from Brand Advertising provided a sketch of where …

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The Madison County Fiscal Court is taking the lead in applying for a transportation grant that would improve USBR 21, a stretch of highway that extends from Ohio to Florida.