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  • Shelby's retailers expect jollier holiday sales season

    Some retailers in Shelby County are banking that a modest rebound in the nation’s economy will translate into a more prosperous holiday shopping season.

    The traditional day-after-Thanksgiving jumpstart to the annual big buying campaign kicked off early this morning for many local businesses, with many carrying extra inventory in anticipation of a strong retail showing.

  • News Briefs: Nov. 26, 2010

     Shelby’s unemployment

    falls to 7.8% in October

    Shelby County’s unemployment fell nearly half a point in October, dropping below the 8 percent level for the first time in two years, the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet reported Wednesday.

  • Dual Thanksgiving services well-attended

    “We here today stand on the shoulders of our immigrant ancestors who were brought by divine providence into a good country, a land that continues to feed the world.”

    Those words, by Bill Bowling, pastor of the Church of the Annunciation, opened the county’s first double community-wide Thanksgiving service held at the Church of the Annunciation.

    Its sister service was held simultaneously at Simpsonville United Methodist Church.

  • Woman ejected from car, dies

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  • ‘They had to pry him loose from her’

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  • Rolling Ridge HA turns records over to attorney

    The dispute between residents of the Rolling Ridge subdivision in Simpsonville and their homeowners association may be headed for resolution

    Patrick Graney of Dutton & Salyers, the attorney hired by several residents to pursue information from Rolling Ridge Homeowners Association President Bruce Irvin, said he had received the bank records, bylaws and other documents requested in September from the association.

  • Breaking the tax code

    As Shelby County and our cities begin to accept your checks this month for their annual property taxes, this could be a good time to point out that this isn't really a one-time collection process.

  • Fast postpones plea in death of friend

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  • Community Foundation passes out annual grants

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  • EARLIER: More to be Thankful for

    With Thanksgiving just around the corner, local ministers have decided to double up on the community-wide service this year. Simpsonville United Methodist Pastor Lenny Marr, chairman of the Shelby County Ministerial Alliance, said the main reason the decision was made to hold two Thanksgiving services next week is to generate support