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The City of Berea has appropriated funds to provide grant-based funding for community projects that provide services not currently provided by the City of Berea and which improves the quality of life for citizens of Berea. Any funds awarded must be spent exclusively within the Berea City lim…

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With the return of decent weather, crews are back on the job as they work toward finishing the 1.2 mile, $8 million U.S. 25 widening project. This week technicians were installing light poles along the shared use path. There will be 44 light poles when the project is finished. (City of Berea)

The Berea Police Department took time out to connect with local citizens Friday with help from the Berea Parks and Recreation Department, which supplied coffee and donuts. (City of Berea)

During a regular meeting of the Madison County Fiscal Court on Tuesday, Madison County Judge Executive Reagan Taylor reported the county finished the fiscal year ending on June 30 with a cash balance of $7,984,864.77. The judge also read a proclamation naming August 2019 as Education Month i…

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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Eric Baker, an employee with the City of Berea Public Works, measures a portion of the stage Wednesday in preparation for the Fourth of July Festivities set for Thursday. The Berea Parks and Recreation Fourth of July Spectacular will be 6-10 p.m. at the City Park with a fireworks show at 10 …

Berea native Damon Farmer began work on his annual Fourth of July sand sculpture project Tuesday in time for the Fourth of July Spectacular at the Berea City Park on Thursday night. The completed project will be finished Thursday and on display near the Berea City Pool. The Fourth of July fe…

Berea Mayor Bruce Fraley praised city workers after the recent completion of a bus stop shelter near Glades Village. The new shelter is on the route of the Berea Bus Service, which is operated by Kentucky River Foothills Transportation.