The concrete wall that runs along Main Street in the area south of the Farmers Market will have a new look in a few months.
A Wayne County man, charged with murder in connection with the November 2016 death of his wife, has entered a guilty plea to the charge of second degree manslaughter.
Action regarding filling the vacant Solid Waste Coordinator's position has been tabled for the time being, after fiscal court failed to take action during their meeting on Thursday, January 9.
Influenza kept spreading faster in Kentucky in the week ended December 21, the last week for which the federal Centers for Disease Control and Pre-vention and the state De-partment for Public Health have issued a weekly flu report.
A bill to raise the legal age for buying all tobacco products, including e-cigarettes, in Kentucky from 18 to 21 was pre-filed this month by State Sen. Ralph Alvarado of Winchester.
A Wayne County man accused of murder in the shooting death of his brother-in-law entered a not guilty plea to the charge during an arraignment held Monday, December 16.
Four pieces of commercial property along KY 90 and Bypass 90 are now part of the City of Monticello. The city council met in special session on Tuesday, December 17 and unanimously approved the second reading of the two ordinances annexing the property into Monticello's corporate limits.
ETA Precision Rescue has been awarded the bid for the ambulance remount project. Bids were reviewed by Wayne County Fiscal Court during their meeting on Thursday, December 12.
A 66-year-old Northern Kentucky man died in the Shinbone area of Lake Cumberland on Sunday, December 15. Officials are uncertain the cause of his death, but stated that no foul play is suspected.
The audit report for the Wayne County School District for 2018-2019 was a good one. The school board reviewed and approved the audit report during their meeting held on Tuesday, December 10.
The Wayne County Cheer squad wrapped up a successful 2019 portion of their schedule with a bid to the UCA Nationals, after receiving the bid for their performance in the Smoky Mountain Championships, which was held Saturday, December 7 in Sevierville, Tenn.
Preparations are currently underway for the 2020 national census and the new federal head count may mean boundary changes for congressional, legislative and magisterial districts.
Replacement of aging water meters continues for customers of the Monticello Utility Commission. MUC Manager Scott Upchurch updated commissioners during a meeting held on Thursday, December 5.
The annexation of four pieces of property into the city limits will likely become official next week, when Monticello City Council will finalize the process. Special meetings have been set for Monday, December 16 and Tuesday, December 17 in regard to the annexation.
"Best parade ever.' That's what many members of the Monticello-Wayne County Chamber of Commerce have been hearing from local residents who enjoyed the 49th annual Christmas Parade, which was held Friday, December 6.
More than 100 entries and about 30 floats have signed up so far for the 2019 Monticello-Wayne County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade, which is set for Friday, December 6 at 6 p.m.
The Monticello Police Department is continuing the investigation of numerous reports of shots being fired around this community last weekend, and they are seeking help from the public in solving what can best be described at this point as a mystery.
The Monticello-Wayne County Chamber of Commerce is promoting a "Shop Local" event for Christmas. Everyone is encouraged to visit participating local stores, shops and restaurants.
There's not many nine-year-old boys who are eagerly awaiting their movie premiere. That makes Paul Michael Starnes, grandson of James and Geraldine Sexton of Monticello, very unique.
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