Alma Louise Gordon, 79, of Worthville, KY, died Monday, Feb. 12, 2024. Funeral service is at 3 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 16, at New Funeral Homes in Owenton, KY, with burial at Owenton Cemetery there, ...
When March rolls around in Madison, you can count on three things happening. The yellow forsythia begins showing its riot of ...
Arvin Sango Inc. (ASI) will support local youth baseball and softball programs this summer with a $10,000 grant to City of Madison Parks and Recreation (MPR) that will allow all ...
Legislation that would increase Jefferson County’s Inkeeper’s tax from 5% to 8% received Indiana House of Representatives approval Thursday after receiving endorsement by the State Senate last month.
Mayor Bob Courtney says years of deferred maintenance and charging collection rates that do not cover the cost of services have left Madison’s solid waste disposal service and transfer station ...
Lenten Lunch Services are being held leading up to Easter on each Wednesday through March 27. The lunches are sponsored by the Greater Madison Ministerial Association with a local church hosting a ...
Englishton Park Inc. has received a $261,720 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help strengthen its Children’s Summer Camp Program conducted each summer in Lexington, Indiana.
A woman was transported to an area hospital early Wednesday evening after the vehicle she was driving left the road and smashed into a garage on State Road 3, about ...
With the city's enforcement workload increasing, Hanover Town Council approved the hiring of an enforcement officer at its meeting Tuesday.
In honor of Women’s History Month in March, Historic Madison Inc. will offer a special program featuring a tour of three sites involving multiple women who helped protect Madison's history.
The city of Madison’s $13 million water infrastructure project is winding down to its final stages with the city's Board of Public Works and Safety approving substantial completion of Brackney Inc.’s ...
The rising cost of fire safety and the city's aging fire fighting equipment is a challenge facing the city and Madison's fire departments Mayor Bob Courtney told members of the city's Board of Public ...