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EKU announces Hoskins' resignation as arts center director
Debra Hoskins has resigned as executive director for the Center for the Arts at Eastern Kentucky University, according to an announcement EKU released Tuesday morning.
Pedestrian killed Saturday morning on Irvine Road
An Irvine man, Donnie Isaacs, 61, who was walking in the roadway on KY 52, died shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday when he was struck by a car.
The incident took place between Moberly Loop Road and the Moberly Shell Mart on the highway also known as Irvine Road.
Man charged with rape, kidnapping
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office arrested an Irvine man early Wednesday morning on charges of rape, kidnapping and assault.
Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call at 3:30 a.m. in the area of Panola and Knob Lick, according to sheriff’s office spokesperson Willard Reardon.
School bus lands on side, no students on board
A Madison County school bus was involved in a single-vehicle accident this morning near the Madison-Jackson County line.
Accident on I-75 leaves two dead
Two women living in Berea died early Friday morning when their vehicle entered Interstate 75 heading the wrong direction at Exit 87 and collided head-on with a semi-trailer truck.
Bank robber’s vehicle caught on camera
Richmond Police say they have identified the vehicle driven by a man who robbed the US Bank at the corner of Main Street and Madison Avenue on Aug. 16.
Lynda Chase sentencing continued
The sentencing for Lynda Chase, a former secretary at Madison Central High School, was continued today in Madison Circuit Court.
Power restored after snake causes substation explosion
as Approximately 3,200 north Berea residents woke up Wednesday in the dark because of a electrical substation fire on Old US 25. The fire reportedly caused a loud explosion and flames which could be seen for miles.
Power finally was restored at about 3 p.m. Wednesday.
- EKU announces Hoskins' resignation as arts center director