Cancer survivors and their supporters walked laps around Kentucky State University's Exum Center this weekend during the annual Franklin County Relay For Life
Area teens looking for something free, fun and new to do next Friday night should drop in for a dip at the Juniper Hill Aquatic Center. The facility will host its first-ever High School Swim Bash from 7:30-9:30 p.m.
In some of the most sought-out destinations across the country, adults are free to walk in certain areas of the city with an alcoholic beverage in hand.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 11:03 p.m. June 13 to correct that the city commission added $20,000 to the Downtown Frankfort Inc. budget of $45,500.
Almost 20 years to the day that he started working with the Frankfort Police Department, Chuck Adams stood before a crowd of officers Thursday and had his wife, Becky, pin the badge of "Chief" upon his chest.
Would controversial murals on the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4075 and a downtown building have been allowed under Frankfort's new mural ordinance?
The city of Frankfort will look at temporarily lowering the fee to upgrade to larger garbage cans and use overflow bags in light of a recent suspension of paper recycling.
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.
The Frankfort High School Drama Club has set the date for their annual summer drama camp. The camp will take place June 27-29 at Frankfort High School.
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.
After a plea deal in the case of an alleged drug robbery turned double homicide fell through Friday, Circuit Judge Thomas Wingate left the bench to personally break up quarreling families in the hallway of the Franklin County Courthouse.
Two Frankfort brothers and a woman could be facing decades — and possibly life — in prison after a traffic stop yielded large quantities of deadly opioids along with other narcotics.
The city's Restoration Frankfort event Saturday is an opportunity to learn about historic districts and preservation, according to a city official.
The Frankfort Plant Board will be looking to set up a foundation that could help customers who struggle to pay their utility bills.
The Frankfort Plant Board will be looking to overhaul its water and power metering system as well as rebate up to $1.6 million to customers with millions of dollars in savings from switching energy providers.
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 …
Residents got to have their say Thursday night at the preliminary public viewing of what is to be a multimillion-dollar overhaul of a major downtown corridor.
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.
The Franklin County Farmers Market is searching for a few dozen helpers to launch this year’s South Frankfort Food Share, a community-driven cooperative food-buying program that allows folks to purchase fresh, local vegetables on a sliding scale, on June 18.
A divided Frankfort City Commission decided Monday to take no action on a proposed halt to construction of trails for mountain biking in Leslie Morris Park.
In a split vote, Frankfort city commissioners Monday put the brakes on a possible halt of construction of a mountain bike trail near the Civil War battle site of Fort Hill.
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.
Editor’s note: The Development Advisory Committee (DAC) members have voted unanimously to give their blessing to a plan that would have the state offer 11.8 acres of state-owned property — including the former Frankfort Convention Center site, the YMCA, the land beneath the Capital Plaza Hot…
As the position of Frankfort’s top cop remains unfilled months after the abrupt retirement of the former chief, city commissioners will be chiseling down a list of dozens of candidates for the job.