There rumor is sweeping Facebook like Road Runner escaping a Wile E. Coyote Acme trap.
But according to local officials, there is no truth to the rumor that a mummified baby was found as they tore down an abandoned building in Falmouth.
Summer break is rapidly coming to a close as the opening day of school for Pendleton County is Wednesday, August 15.
It seems that members of Falmouth City Council have heard the outcries of rage from the Falmouth residents and are searching for options.
The Falmouth City Council had their first reading of an utility rate increase on July 19, 2018. As with all first readings, no vote is required.
Four friends and soon-to-be-brides become guests at each other’s weddings and then judge which one is really the best. That is the premise of TLC’s “Four Weddings with a twist.”
Pendleton County Wildcats senior basketball star Dontaie Allen accomplished a feat on August 2 that no other high school boys’ player has been able to do in over five years.
Residents throughout Falmouth opened their utility bills at the beginning of August and were dumbfounded with the increase in electric, water and sewage in their July 2018 bill after Falmouth City
Mary Elizabeth Godman, 85, of Falmouth, passed away Saturday, July 28, 2018, at Harrison Memorial Hospital, in Cynthiana.
Per City Ordinance, that the staff of City Hall has no authority to alter or ignore, anyone who is struggling to pay their August utility bill MUST call City Hall and make arrangements BEFORE Augus
Kentucky State Police Cannabis Suppression Unit, Kentucky State Police DESI Unit, ATF assisted by the Pendleton County Sheriff's Office, Sheriff Craig Peoples, Deputy Sheriffs Todd Dennie and Jared