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Ephraim McDowell Health being evaluated for mass vaccine site

Less than a week after city and county officials sent a letter to the Kentucky Director of COVID Vaccine Distribution requesting that Ephraim McDowell Regional ... Read more

28 mins ago by Robin Hart.

Danville Police seek suspect in attempted jewelry store break-in

The Danville Police Department is asking for assistance identifying the male subject seen in the surveillance photos. In the early morning hours of Wednesday, Jan. ... Read more

6 hours ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Federal government promises 17% more vaccine

The federal government will increase its supply of COVID-19 vaccine to Kentucky, and the state has now seen its first cases of the UK Variant ... Read more

8 hours ago by Tom Latek.

In year of no elections, Kentucky’s voter roll being cleaned up

Secretary of State Michael Adams has announced Kentucky’s electorate declined in December as more voters were taken off the rolls than were added. While 671 ... Read more

9 hours ago by Special to The Advocate-Messenger.

Businesses can apply for grants through Danville CARES Small Business Relief Program

City of Danville News release In light of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic currently affecting our community, in addition to Gov. Andy Beshear’s Executive Order 2020-968, ... Read more

22 hours ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Art Center to host virtual program on African American quilt traditions

ACB News release On Wednesday, Jan. 27, the Art Center of the Bluegrass will host a free virtual program on African American Quilt Traditions. The ... Read more

1 day ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Total of building permits stayed “on par” with 2019

Building permits issued in Danville and Boyle County in 2020 were just four fewer than were issued in 2019 despite how the COVID-19 pandemic put ... Read more

1 day ago by Robin Hart.

Restoring history: Church hopes bells can help community celebrate after the pandemic

Eleven, 80-year-old large bronze bells at Lexington Avenue Baptist Church will resonate through town from their now empty bell tower once they’re reinstalled this fall. ... Read more

1 day ago by Robin Hart.

Local governments can apply for help with utility bills

Gov. Andy Beshear announced on Monday that up to $38 million is available to local governments to help Kentuckians with overdue utility bills in their ... Read more

1 day ago by Tom Latek.

‘Decline is real,’ Beshear says of 1,268 new cases

Gov. Andy Beshear said Kentucky has seen a drop in the number of new cases of COVID-19, a trend he hopes continues. “For the second ... Read more

1 day ago by Tom Latek.

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