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Today's News

  • Dry Ridge hears first reading of sewer-rate increase

     

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    Dry Ridge City Council had a first reading Aug. 6 for a 5-percent increase of sewer rates.

  • Williamstown proposes smoke-free ordinance

     

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    Following a presentation advocating for a smoke-free city, Williamstown City Council heard a first reading for a smoke-free ordinance that would eliminate smoking in every workplace and public place. 

  • Non-partisan races set for Nov. election

    A barrage of candidate filings days before the deadline will lead to a crowded ballot for the Nov. 6 general election.

    The filing deadline for non-partisan races, including races for mayor, city council and commission and school boards was at 4 p.m. Aug. 14.

    Many filed during the final hours of deadline day to create races in the majority of the races.

  • Braves golfers continue strong early season play

     

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    The first two weeks of the golf season have proven to be good ones for the Grant County Braves.  They continue to place in the top three teams of each of the tournaments they have played.  

  • GC Farmers Market now selling produce

     

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    Williamstown resident Diane Crowder had her husband recently pull off when she saw green tomatoes for sale at the Grant County Farmers’ Market Williamstown location. 

  • GC Detention Center offers inmates Moral Reconation Therapy

     

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    After losing its widely-recognized substance abuse program, the Grant County Detention Center has shifted towards another program to help promote rehabilitation rather than just incarceration. 

  • Grant County Sheriff’s Office creates safe stop for internet purchase exchanges

    It’s a risk many people have likely taken.

    In order to buy or sell items, including phones and furniture, on websites like Ebay and Craigslist, some meet up in person to make the exchange with an online stranger.

    While some exchanges go off without a hitch, it only takes one time for the transaction to turn into a disaster.

  • Local entrepreneurs revamp Wtown marina

    Live music on a Friday night can heard coming from the bottom of Boat Dock Road at Williamstown Marina. 

    Come for the atmosphere, said owners Brooke Rider-Cummins and Mark Cummins. 

  • Market on Main coming to Grant County

     

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    The Grant County Chamber of Commerce/Economic Development/Tourism office is working on a new concept market for Grant County.

  • Senior Bash returns Sept. 20

     

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    Senior Bash is back. 

    The long-awaited return for the free senior citizen extravaganza will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 20 at a new location — Northern Kentucky Fairgrounds in Williamstown.