by Robin Gee With their tingling bells and bright red donation kettles, the Salvation Army bell ringers are a reminder that the holiday season is also the “giving season,” a time when […]
by Robin Gee The final meeting for 2016 of the Dayton City Council was quick and quiet with the council taking care of some ordinance business and saying thank you to exiting […]
Kentucky Senate Bill 180, which puts the religious freedom of merchants ahead of the sexual orientation of customers, is going to be reintroduced by Senator Albert Robinson of London, Kentucky. In
Several years ago, Dayton, Kentucky lost their post office. The government decided that is wasn’t economically feasible for the them to keep that post office open. As with any business, if the community doesn’t support it, the business will close.
On Wednesday, Nov. 30, state and local officials, contractors and supporters gathered to cut a ribbon marking the end of the construction phase of the Taylor Creek Overlook Park project. The park is set to open to the public in summer 2017.
Bellevue events ring in holiday season – come shop in Vue! Special events kick off the month of December in Bellevue. Here’s a quick run down of this weekend’s events.
The last supper in Dayton, KY for pizzeria as Buona Vita Pizzeria closes the Dayton, Kentucky location to public.