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REOPEN Downtown Frankfort grants have been awarded to 18 of downtown Frankfort's small businesses by the Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce and Frankfort First Foundation.

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The following property transfers were filed at the Franklin County Courthouse in June:

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It was intended to be a protest at the Capitol by people who have not received unemployment benefits, but it ended up being a problem-solving session, with some people whose filings were held up having their applications corrected on the spot.

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Leadership Kentucky, one of the oldest and most prestigious statewide leadership development programs in the United States, announced the members of its Class of 2020, which includes two Franklin County residents.

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As owner of CLS Screen Printing & Embroidery, Dwayne Cook has filled his share of rush orders. So when Raye Hurley approached him two days before Frankfort’s June 5 Black Lives Matter march with a request for T-shirts, he and his staff got busy.

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Editor's Note: This story was updated at 4:30 p.m. on May 29 that the Ollie's Bargain Outlet coming to Frankfort will be the 15th Kentucky location for the company.

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An 18-hole semi-private club near Interstate 64 in southeastern Franklin County, Duckers Lake Golf Resort last closed its doors in December 2017 after an agreement ended between Man O’ War Golf, which operated the course, and Whitaker Bank, which acquired the mortgaged course in early 2015.

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Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have assured consumers that drinking water was safe to use as normal. 

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For the Class of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has erased or postponed many of the in-person traditions that previous graduates have participated in. And while officials at both local school districts are looking at a variety of options for graduation ceremonies, a Frankfort radio station is u…

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TIGER grant Project Manager Chuck Knowles released an update on recent and future activity concerning the Second Street corridor project late last week.