After months of work, the latest edition of the City of Berea Strategic Plan will be unveiled Monday at a special called meeting of the Berea City Council. The event will take place at the Russel Acton Folk Center, 212 Jefferson Street, beginning at 6 p.m.
September 10, 2019 — Cub Scouts of America – Pack 516, based out of St Clare Catholic Church in Berea, KY, welcomed a flight crew from Air Methods Kentucky Station 2 for a demonstration and tour of their medical transport helicopter.
The Next Best Years of Your Life can be the best years if you take the time and effort to recognize needs and seek answers. In its 24th year, The Next Best Years of Your Life Conference is an opportunity for citizens 55+ to meet, connect, share and learn!
Crewmen from the City of Berea Public Works Department are making progress this week on a bus shelter on Chestnut Street in front of Berea Baptist Church. The project is part of an effort to make the Berea Bus Service more convenient for passengers.
Paper will no longer be accepted for recycling in the City of Berea after this week, at least until further notice.
Berea City Administrator Randy Stone made the announcement Tuesday evening at a meeting of the Berea City Council when he informed council members of the decision by Waste Connections, the city’s garage collection contractor. Waste Connections recently purchased Poff Carting.
The city of Berea is working with state and local officials to secure a project that will create an additional route in to the Berea Industrial Park.
Mayor Bruce Fraley revealed the effort last week during the comment portion of the Berea City Council meeting. Fraley reported attending a March 8 meeting of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, District 7, at the invitation of Madison County Judge/Executive Reagan Taylor.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office has been receiving an abundance of calls in regards to a jury scam.
Jury Scam happens when person(s) posing as officers from a court, claim that the person did not show up for jury duty and that charges will be pressed.
The calls received indicate they are being made from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office. A foreign man states the person has missed jury duty and if payment is not made he or she is risking criminal action. The caller asks for payment to be made in the form of a prepaid card.
These calls are a scam. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office will never contact you asking for payment in reference to jury duty. Do not send any form of payment, hang up immediately and report the scam to the website listed below.
The Berea Bus Service will be coming around more often beginning Monday, March 11, after Kentucky River Foothills made adjustments to its local route, better connecting customers to the places they live, work and play.
In May of 2018, the Berea Bus Service initiated several schedule changes, extending the loop time from 1 hour to 1.5 hours after receiving requests to serve stops around the Exit 77 area. After nine months, however, the additional stops were not being utilized as much as anticipated. For the convenience of riders, the schedule will revert back to a one-hour loop as of this week. Continue reading Berea Bus Service switches back to one-hour route on March 11→