The Franklin County Trust for Historic Preservation presented its 2019 Martha Moore Awards for Historic Preservation last week.
A Frankfort woman was taken into custody in connection with the Sept. 4 shooting that claimed the lives of 24-year-old Coty Brumback and his dog in a downtown parking garage.
Noticeably absent from the official agenda for Monday's city commission meeting is the matter of filling two seats on the Frankfort Plant Board.
Under an overcast but bright sky, dozens of people gathered in front of the Capitol building Friday to participate in the Frankfort Climate Change Strike.
Call it mother’s intuition, but Tambra Harrod knew something must be the culprit of the shoulder and chest pain and shortness of breath her 18-year-old son, Keegan, was experiencing late last month.
An arrest warrant was issued for a suspect in the Labor Day shooting death of 25-year-old Anthony Hendrix Jr. at an East Frankfort Park party.
Vanee Coleman’s co-workers in the pharmacy department at Kroger in Brighton Park Shopping Center gave her wide-eyed quizzical looks as she and Franklin County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Saunier walked out the automatic doors Friday morning.
Fallout continued Wednesday following a contentious vote at Tuesday's Frankfort Plant Board meeting to pay nearly $50,000 in legal bills for two directors who sparred with city commissioners last year and to ask the utility's insurer to cover the cost.
The VFW Post 4075 is sponsoring the Voice of Democracy Scholarship Competition. The competition is open to students in grades 9-12. Students will need to submit a three to five minute audio-essay on the subject "What Makes America Great."
Not yet, but the lack of precipitation is definitely a concern, according to Franklin County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources Keenan Bishop, who answered a question posed by a State Journal reader.
No sooner did Nikki Martin’s two daughters start walking and they were dancing. Hailey, 15, started taking dance lessons when she was 3 and Addison, 11, was soon to follow in her footprints, beginning instruction at 2.
Tensions simmered at Tuesday’s Frankfort Plant Board over submission of a formal claim to FPB's insurance carrier under its directors and officers liability policy.
A photo shared on social media helped Franklin County sheriff’s deputies find a female person of interest in a robbery that occurred at Omkara Food Mart on Monday night.
In honor of High Attendance Day at Peaks Mill Elementary, Frankfort police officers and firefighters played kickball Tuesday with first grade students.
The final South Frankfort Food Share of the season takes place today and those who are interested in seeing the food share happen again next year are being asked to speak up.
State Journal reporters take to the streets for this weekly feature in which we ask for your opinions on a variety of topics — some weighty, some light.
The buzz of airplane engines mingled with cheerful chatter as people came out to enjoy Aviation Day at the Capital City Airport on Saturday. The event attracted aviation enthusiasts as well as citizens simply interested in learning more about various aircraft.
It’s been a few months since girls were allowed to form their own troops with Boy Scouts of America. Now, the first all-girl troop in Franklin County is looking to add to its ranks.
As she watered her flowers on Thursday, Leah Jenkins said that she named them Shely and Bob simply because she “felt like it.” When they finally bloom, she thinks they will be orange.
Anna Marie Pavlik Rosen, chair of the Frankfort Plant Board, made her case to the city commission Monday for reappointing her and FPB Vice Chair Walt Baldwin to the municipal utility's board.
Solar power technology transforms the energy of the sun’s rays into electricity or heat. The most widely recognized solar panels — those on homes or in fields — use a photovoltaic solar (PV) system.