“Old Court Days”
opened Friday as vendors set up booths around the Jefferson County
Courthouse and patrons took inventory of the merchandise available.
Police arrested two
Madison women on drug charges Friday after one of the women allegedly
sold methamphetamine to a confidential informant earlier this month.
A man who allegedly
strangled and hit a woman with a wooden board with nails sticking out of
it faces four felony charges and a misdemeanor charge after his arrest
earlier this week.
The City of Madison Street Department and Transfer Station will be closed on Monday to observe Memorial Day.
Schools Board member Linda laCour told Deputy area residents that she
didn’t want to put the community through another school referendum to
raise funds for MCS building needs.
A man accused of
robbing the Kent Mercantile store and threatening an employee at knife
point earlier this year pleaded guilty Thursday to two felony charges.
Police arrested a
Madison man Wednesday after officers discovered he was driving without a
license. During a search of the vehicle, police found drug
Commissioners heard an annual report from a Lifetime Resources official
and received an annual budget request from the organization at their
meeting Thursday night.
Demolition crews were at work Thursday at the Madison Plaza tearing down walls and salvaging metal. The former Madison Plaza and vacant Hardee’s restaurant are being torn down. Workers have discovered some asbestos, but city building inspector Mark Johnson said that will not slow the demolition.
All of Daniel Muir’s
6-foot-2, nearly-300 pound frame, contained by a bright orange collared
shirt and a pair of jeans, rocked back and forth as he stepped in
rhythm, first to the right and then to the left.
The Kentucky man
charged with murder following April’s fatal shooting near Crystal Beach
appeared for the first time in Jefferson County court Wednesday morning.
A Madison man faces
three felony charges after police believe he intimidated another man
Tuesday afternoon by shooting a gun into the air near an elementary
A Madison man remains
behind bars on multiple criminal charges after a woman claims to have
been choked and struck with a wooden board with nails protruding through
it earlier this week.
INDIANAPOLIS — Scott
County, experiencing the worst HIV outbreak in state history on
Wednesday asked health officials to approve a yearlong needle exchange
program to combat the disease.
A Milton, Ky., man wanted on a warrant for a charge of murder in Indiana waived extradition Tuesday during a hearing in Trimble County and was brought back to Jefferson County later in the day.