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1 dead, 1 in custody following shooting in Cherry Fork

WINCHESTER, Ohio — A man is dead following a shooting in Cherry Fork on Thursday. According to the Adams County Sheriff's Office, they received a 911 call from Clyde Delong in reference to a shooting that occurred at 14490 State Route 136 around 7:38 p.m. Upon arrival, Adams County...
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1 dead, 1 charged with murder in Adams County

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A 54-year-old man is dead and another is under arrest in a homicide investigation overnight, according to the Adams County Sheriff’s Office. David Reedy was found suffering from a gunshot wound at about 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the 1600 block of Ohio 136 in the community of Cherry Fork in Winchester, according to Sgt. Randy Walters.
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Clooney’s next act: Restoring historic AME church in Augusta

He was a news anchor, variety TV show star, AMC movie host, college professor, newspaper columnist, actor, activist and author. Now Nick Clooney has a new avocation: Restoring the historic African Methodist Episcopal Church founded by a former slave Sara Taylor a few blocks from his home in Augusta, Ky.
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Maysville Rotary Club beautifies downtown Maysville

The Maysville Rotary Club did its part to help beautify the downtown area by planting an assortment of bushes and perennials on Thursday, June 23, that should last for years to come. The lead on this project, Barb Campbell, said this was a community service project that a dozen or...
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Historic homes tour a great success

The AAUW, (American Assn. of University Women) Historic Tour on Sunday, June 12, was a great success. This is an amazing historic town and our visitors as well as locals who toured these homes were so complimentary, gracious, and asked when we will do this again. There are so many to thank for the success of this tour. Let’s begin by thanking the Tour Chair, Marty Insko, who did a wonderful job getting the committee and the tour organized. I enjoyed working on this project with other members of the committee: Kim Savage, who created a beautiful ticket design, and Pat Whitaker for NPR radio and media coverage, plus arranging details with the church. I would like to thank all other members who stepped up to be at each home and the church to assists our guests.

Redden Fine Meats Is A Cut Above

Originally intended as a fairly simple butcher shop, Redden Fine Meats and Seafood has blossomed into a staple of the local food scene since opening last April. When Madeira Meats, a mainstay of the community, suffered a fire and chose not to reopen, Sean Redden saw an opportunity in the gap left in his hometown. Despite his extensive restaurant and sales experience (he began working in the restaurant industry at age 15), running this type of shop has been a dive into new territory. “I had never even worked in a butcher shop prior to this,” he says. “The day we opened was day one for me.”

Raccoon spends a day atop Kentucky light pole

June 20 (UPI) -- Firefighters in Kentucky warned drivers to beware of a raccoon that had "taken up residence" at the top of a light pole near a store, but the animal ended up vacating its perch "on their own free will." The Central Campbell County Fire District said the...

Milford ice cream shop to close after being open for a year

MILFORD, Ohio — A local ice cream shop announced on Friday that it would be closing its doors. KraZee Shakes located at 714 Lila Ave. in Milford, Ohio, announced on Facebook that due to "unforeseen circumstances" the business would be closing its doors indefinitely. The post read: "We are...

Pick a fresh bundle of lavender at this Northern Kentucky farm this month

CALIFORNIA, Ky. — Lavender season is here! A flower farm nestled in Northern Kentucky is allowing guest to pick their own fresh bundles of lavender this month. The Lavender Field, located in California, Kentucky, is allowing guests to book reservations to pick lavender on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from June 24 through July 3.

Cold Spring woman wins $103,000 playing Kentucky Lottery’s online Celtic Coins Instant Play game

A Cold Spring woman, who chose to remain anonymous, was in disbelief after she won over $103,000 this past weekend playing a Kentucky Lottery Instant Play game online. The Kentucky Lottery had issued $10 in Bonus Bucks from a promotion into her account when she decided to wager $3 of them on the Celtic Coins Jackpot Instant Play game. Moments later a message popped up on her screen indicating she had won the $103,700.78 jackpot.

Coney Island to stay open 24 hours to attempt world record

ANDERSON TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WKRC) - Coney Island Park's World Record attempt begins Friday, June 17. The park is trying to set a new record for sending the most people down a water slide in 24 hours. The challenge officially begins at noon Friday, June 17th and continues through Noon Saturday, June 18th.

Condado Tacos to open 4th Greater Cincinnati location in Anderson Township

ANDERSON TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Condado Tacos is planning to open its fourth Cincinnati-area location in two weeks. Condado Tacos, which specializes in unique tacos, margaritas and tequilas, will be opening in Anderson Township on Thursday, June 30. This will be the company's 34th restaurant across seven states. It will be located at 7877 Beechmont Street.
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MCTC summer camps kick-off with Career Craze

Summer camps season at Maysville Community and Technical College kicked off last week with the return of Career Craze to the Maysville Campus. Career Craze is a hands-on career exploration camp designed to expose middle school ages students to various occupation tracks. Students in attendance learned about the skills needed...
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Fire closes NKY restaurant for extended period of time

INDEPENDENCE, Ky. (WXIX) - A kitchen fire at a Northern Kentucky restaurant will keep it closed for an extended period of time, fire officials say. Flames broke out at Crewitts Creek Kitchen & Bar off Centennial Boulevard in Independence sometime after the eatery closed for the night at 11 p.m. Sunday, according to Independence Fire Captain Kenny Harney.