Fayette County

October 21, 2013 7:47 AM

Judge: 'Nightmare' flood will keep Fayette Circuit Courthouse closed at least this week

The Fayette Circuit Courthouse will remain closed at least for the rest this week while work crews clean up and make repairs after the facility flooded overnight, court officials said.

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