A Scott County cemetery violated a consumer-protection law after failing to deliver purchased funeral and burial services to customers, state Attorney General Andy Beshear said in a lawsuit filed Monday.
A Lexington council woman says she’s meeting with Lexington fire officials and planning staff to determine what can be done to protect homes and help firefighters in neighborhoods where homes are close together.
Heather French Henry, the deputy commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs and a former Miss America, was the keynote speaker at Camp Nelson’s Memorial Day ceremony on Monday. French Henry, the daughter of a disabled Vietnam War veteran, reminded the crowd of hundreds that remembering those who fought and lost their lives was key to developing a strong national defense.
The public can learn more about a nearly $30 million renovation of the former Fayette County courthouse at a meeting Wednesday at noon in the Fifth Third Bank Pavilion in Cheapside Park at 215 West Main Street.
The annual 400-Mile Sale will be Thursday through Sunday along Highway 68. The local access point will be Servant Heart Farm near Wilmore. More than 50 vendors participated last year. Find out more at Jessamineco.com.
Fayette County public schools bid farewell to their graduation seniors over two days of ceremonies at Rupp Arena this week. Henry Clay and Bryan Station held their commencements on May 26. Lafayette, Paul Laurence Dunbar and Tates Creek followed on May 27.