The Fayette County Chamber Ambassadors were at Streetside 62 Bistro for a plaque award presentation recently to celebrate its first year of business.
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The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting on Sept. 11 at Pour Boys Brew House, located at 202 E. Court St. in Washington Court House.
The Fayette County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary met in the Medical Arts Building I meeting room on Sept. 8. The hospital had provided iced cookies and punch which was enjoyed by all.
Fayette County native Brian Mitchell was recently promoted to project manager at Messer Construction Company in the company's Knoxville office.
Tractor Supply Company (TSC), 1650 Columbus Ave. in Washington Court House, will be holding several events this month to help encourage local farmers and pet owners.
A new workout place called Anytime Fitness will be opening in Washington Court House at 240 Washington Square next to El Dorado, and they are expecting to open their doors on Nov. 1.
As more than 75 million Americans will reach age 65 in the next two decades, the need for in-home senior care continues to soar. With the dismal housing market making it even more difficult to sell and get a good return on investment, more seniors are...
Jill West — part-owner of Two Scoops of Sugar with Joan Stone — takes the time to make a Mocha Almond latte for a customer. The new bakery opened on Labor Day and offers a specialty coffee shop along with the many baked goods. The bakery...
The LCNB National Bank in Washington Court House will be having its first-annual Community Shred Day on Sept. 27.
The Pour Boys Brewhouse is now open at the corner of Court and Fayette streets. The restaurant and brewhouse opened to a packed house and lots of excitement from the community and surrounding businesses.