Bourbon Street on Main Opens with Michael Jackson Impersonator

October 31, 2015

Last night, Bourbon Street on Main, located at the old Cummins Irish Pub on Main Street, had an official limited opening to the public.  To celebrate the event, they had a Michael Jackson impersonator dancing to songs from the Thriller album.  The crowd had a fabulous time watching the performance.  According to the owners of […]

Bearcats Football Wins Big Against Collins on Senior Night

October 31, 2015

The Anderson County High School Bearcats football team celebrated their senior night and played their final regular season game against Collins.  Ten players and two managers were honored last night during the senior celebrations before the game started.  And to add to the celebrations, Al Peach, father of head coach Mark Peach, flew in on […]

Pam Giles

Local Store Offering Alternative Healing Methods

October 30, 2015

Located just off of Broadway on Lynn Drive is a store that specializes in a number of alternative healing products.  Antiques, Uniques, and Metaphysics has been here in Lawrenceburg for three years although they recently moved to a new location in the same building this past July.  Pam Giles, owner and operator of the store, […]


More Jobs May Be Coming to Lawrenceburg

October 30, 2015

Lawrenceburg may soon be home to a newly expanded Florida Tile manufacturing plant.  The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority released a number of tax incentives on Thursday for companies around the area that are looking to expand their operations.  Florida Tile, which is located off of Alton Road, will receive a $450,000 tax incentive from […]

Big Crowds at Church Trunk or Treat Events

October 29, 2015

Halloween began a few days early here in Lawrenceburg with many of the local churches holding their annual Trunk or Treat events. Families, along with many volunteers, came together to create a lot of great fun for the children that attended. First Baptist Church on Main Street got started with a large crowd lining up […]

Terry Foody

Lawrenceburg Swept Up In 1833 Cholera Outbreak

October 28, 2015

Last night, the Anderson County Senior Center hosted a community program from the Kentucky Humanities Council titled “Infectious Disaster! The 1833 Lexington Cholera Epidemic.”  Terry Foody, author of the book, “The Pie Seller, The Drunk and The Lady: Heroes of the 1833 Cholera Epidemic in Lexington Kentucky” came to the center to lecture about this […]

Lawrenceburg Native Helps Create Viral Video and Donates Taylor Swift Tickets

October 27, 2015

Last year, Alex Isaac, an Anderson County native studying at Transylvania University in Lexington, along with a group of other students who are members of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity, filmed a lip dub video of the vastly popular song “Shake It Off” by Taylor Swift.  Having caught the attention of much of the country […]

Frances Connor Gorham and Matthew Berry

KORT Visits Senior Center

October 27, 2015

Matthew Berry, the physical therapist from KORT Physical Therapy, which is located next to the Kroger Shopping Center, was at the Anderson County Senior Center yesterday.  Matthew created a very interesting presentation for the seniors at the center about, not only what KORT can treat, but also easy to do stretches and exercises to help […]

Ghost Walk to be Featured on LEX18

October 26, 2015

A local resident with a unique business caught the eye of one of Lexington’s larger news organizations.  Jeff Waldridge of the Lawrenceburg Ghost Walk has been doing paranormal investigations and tours of Lawrenceburg’s most haunted buildings for a number of years.  With the addition of the old Central Hotel on Main Street to the ghost […]