Local banker receives top award from Richmond chamber

November 6, 2017 by  

During its annual awards banquet, the Richmond Chamber of Commerce gave its highest award to a local banker.

In front of a [Read more]

Richmond invests in local parks

October 9, 2017 by  

Public parks have been on the mind of Richmond residents lately. The city’s department of parks and recreation recently finished work on a new playground at Camp Catalpa Park, after delays caused the project to be postponed from [Read more]

Richmond business shows appreciation to first responders

September 13, 2017 by  

For more than a dozen years, Cash Express, which has two locations in Richmond, has been expressing its gratitude to local first responders.

Every year around [Read more]

Richmond schools to cancel class for eclipse

August 11, 2017 by  

Less than a week after school kicks off for the year in Richmond, students will get a break.

Thanks to the [Read more]

Richmond area woman takes third place in pageant

July 16, 2017 by  

A positive message helped Rose Pidgorodetska, a student at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond, snag the second runner-up spot in the Miss Kentucky Pageant at the start of July.

Her pageant platform focused on [Read more]

Richmond-area artists set up shop in old cabin

June 10, 2017 by  

The city of Berea, near Richmond, has seen a number of revitalization efforts recently, including a farmers’ market and projects to encourage startup businesses in the town. [Read more]

Richmond second graders get a hands-on lesson in helping others

May 8, 2017 by  

Hannah’s Care Packages recently attended a second-grade class in Glenn Marshall Elementary in Richmond. The students participated in a donation drive and spent a Friday afternoon packaging up 45 care packages for the [Read more]

Richmond runners race for a cause

April 13, 2017 by  

Later this month, hundreds of runners will line up at the starting line for the Officer Daniel Ellis Memorial 5k.

The race is named in [Read more]

Richmond parks to get more trails

March 15, 2017 by  

At the beginning of March, the Richmond Parks and Recreation Board voted to approve the design for 1.5 miles of unpaved trails in Camp Catalpa Park.

Once the new trails are added, the [Read more]

Richmond gets a chance to go back in time

February 8, 2017 by  

History repeats itself. At Fort Boonesborough State Park, near Richmond, history will be repeating itself throughout the month of February, as a number of historical figure drop by the park for ‘Fireside Chats’.

The program is being sponsored through a [Read more]

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