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Couple wins $1 million on scratch-off from Alexandria gas station

Those who drive through Alexandria are familiar with the double Speedway locations on Alexandria Pike, but one of the gas stations proved to be...

Rub House spice store relocating to Alexandria after Ebert’s Meats shuts doors

In the wake of Ebert's Meats closing, the store's next door neighbor, Rub House, has announced they will be closing their Monmouth Street location,...

Alexandria Police Department collecting donated cell phones for social work program

The Alexandria Police Department is holding an electronic device collection throughout January to help their police social work program. The program aims to alleviate...

Alexandria Beautification Committee transitioning to be Future Planning Committee

At the Jan. 5 Alexandria City Council meeting, city council member Susan Vanlandingham updated the city's new Future Planning Committee, previously known as the...

Suspects sentenced to combined 44 years for armed drug trafficking

Two Northern Kentucky men have been sentenced to a combined 44 years in federal prison for drug trafficking following an incident at a Dayton...

Cottingham Hardware in Alexandria selected as small business of the week

Started by married couple Tom and Betty Cottingham in 1957, Cottingham Hardware has been serving the residents of Alexandria for 65 years. In recognition of...

Smooth-talking Grinch gets elf out of hot water

These merry pranksters were nabbed whilst wrapping a police cruiser with toilet paper like a Christmas gift. Allie the Elf of Alexandria was netted...

Allie the Elf is bored with the shelf: Find her perched around Alexandria this season

Hawk-eyed residents couldn’t believe what they saw: a full-sized elf precariously perched atop a street light at the intersection of US 27 and east...

Alexandria amends policy allowing one week of PTO after six months

During Alexandria’s Personnel Committee meeting last month, Police Chief Lucas Cooper raised an issue regarding the city’s paid time off policy, leading to a discussion on...

Alexandria looking to bring a sit-down restaurant to city next year

Alexandria's new year plans include having their new city administrator David Plummer act as their restaurant consultant. In a Business Retention and Development committee...

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