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2 KY cities certified cultural districts
The Ledger Independent reports that first lady Jane Beshear made the announcement that Maysville in northeastern Kentucky and Bardstown in central Kentucky have made the list.
Berea, Midpark, Roehm schools plan closing ceremonies
Roehm Middle School's open house, 2-4 p.m. May 19, will mark its closing at the end of this school year.
For Asian Undocumented Immigrants, a Life of Secrecy
While the Latino community has a number of high-profile, openly undocumented spokespeople, young Asian immigrants who call America home are struggling with few resources and fewer role models A street in the Flushing section of the Queens borough of New York.
Settled in its new home, Berea's New Opportunity School for Women gears up for a new session
In December 2011, when the headquarters of New Opportunity School for Women was smoldering after an arsonist set its building ablaze, the school's supporters already were planning to rebuild.
The Brattleboro Reformer
River Singers ready with eclectic concert of world music
The 95-member River Singers Community Chorus will perform an eclectic concert of world music on Saturday, May 18, at 7:30 p.m., at The White Church in Grafton.
Business closings, openings and anniversaries: Week of May 6
Bates Security is a division of Sonitrol of Lexington and provides residential and commercial security services in Central and Northern Kentucky.
Boone Tavern Spoonbread
The original recipe from the Boone Tavern hotel in Berea, Kentucky. I serve it annually on Derby Day.
Middlesboro Daily News
Caitlin Zachery was honored recently by Berea College as a Carter G. Woodson Legacy award winner for outstanding accomplishments in the areas of academics, service, and leadership.