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Gov. Matt Bevin appointed a Frankfort resident as a member of the Kentucky Early Intervention System Interagency Coordinating Council recently.

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Frankfort city commissioners not only voted Monday to ban bicycles on the 140 acres surrounding the Civil War battle site of Fort Hill but also requested an official investigation of how construction began on a multiuse trail in the park without city officials' knowledge.

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Despite recently opting for a breather on the question of whether to stop construction of a mountain bike trail near the Civil War battle site of Fort Hill, Frankfort city commissioners are geared up for more discussion and a possible vote Monday during their monthly work session.

The following calls were received by the Frankfort Police Department, Frankfort Fire and EMS and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday:

The following calls were received by the Frankfort Police Department, Frankfort Fire and EMS and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday:

The following calls were received by the Frankfort Police Department, Frankfort Fire and EMS and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office on Monday:

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In 1993, the Broadway Bridge over the Kentucky River closed to traffic. Now, 26 years later, which happens to be the same age as Jonathan Kellogg, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet executive advisor and engineer, the bridge is undergoing an in-depth feasibility inspection to determine whether …

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City officials will be looking to create a committee tasked with prioritizing aspects of the Downtown Master Plan with the public’s input and ensuring implementation of the plan once the group that created it disbands.

With hopes of attracting a deep-pocketed investor, Frankfort city commissioners Monday approved the first reading of a resolution that would encourage the state to offer up 11 acres of downtown property for private development.

Editor’s note: This story was updated at 11:21 a.m. May 22 to correct that $15,000 in Kentucky Transportation Cabinet funds were not used on the bike trail project. No state funding was used. The project is funded by the Frankfort Department of Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites, who have …

Editor’s note: This story was updated at 10:15 a.m. May 15, 2019, to clarify Mayor Bill May’s objection to the mountain bike trail in Fort Hill. It was updated again at 7 p.m. May 15, 2019, to correct the year of the Civil War conflict at Fort Hill.