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.
More than 30 Peaks Mill Water District customers crowded into the district’s office Tuesday night to complain about a boil water advisory that is well into its second month.
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.
Interstate 64 travelers can now find their way to downtown Frankfort thanks to a lengthy campaign by four entities to have new signage installed along the thoroughfare.
When he was about 4 years old, Tommy Quarles checked out a book about birds from the Capital Day School library.
A Frankfort man accused of fatally shooting 24-year-old Coty Lee Brumback and his dog in a downtown parking garage last Wednesday was indicted on numerous charges, including murder, by a Franklin Circuit Court grand jury on Tuesday.
YMCA of Central Kentucky President and CEO David Martorano will step down Nov. 1 to begin a new role with YMCA of the USA (Y-USA), and his replacement has been named.
Hundreds of folks made the most of Sunday's warm, sunny weather and fanned out across Josephine Sculpture Park at its annual Fall Arts Festival.
The Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board (KCCRB) will host a public meeting Monday for those affected by the gun violence that took the lives of two young people in Frankfort this week.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, the one Kyle Vincenzo Lightfoot snapped with three friends while hanging out at a downtown bar late Tuesday night is priceless.
Several Frankfort and Franklin County organizations will receive a total of $78,500 at Buffalo Trace Distillery's 19th annual Contribution to the Community reception Thursday at the Elmer T. Lee Clubhouse.
The Woods & Waters Land Trust (WWLT) will hold its 12th anniversary celebration Saturday, Sept. 14 on Point of Rock Road at the home of Ellen and Bernie Engelman near Monterey.
Frankfort is one of five Kentucky cities that will screen the short film “CURRENT REVOLUTION — Transforming America’s Electric Grid.” A free screening is slated for 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Paul Sawyier Public Library Community Room.
Layla Lemghaili started computer coding as a third grader at Westridge Elementary. She was among a group of girls who joined the pilot program of Girls Who Code.
The following calls were received by the Frankfort Police Department, Frankfort Fire and EMS and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office from Friday through Monday.
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. This week’s question: What's your favorite fall activity?
Frankfort native Ashley Boyd Gann decided about eight years ago that she was going to give back to the community in a sweet way.