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LAUREL BLACK | The SunCommunity Development Coordinator Charlie Doherty (right) talks to visitors Sunday on the porch of a city-owned house at 1606 Harrison St. during the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood Open House. Four other available properties -- 1600 Monroe St., offered by the Midtown Alliance of Neighbors; 327 Fountain Ave., offered by PIF Development; 428 Harahan Blvd., offered by FORM Homes; and 324-326 N. 16th, offered by Jim Steele Construction -- were included. Doherty said turnout for the open house was "unbelievable." Since the Paducah City Commission adopted the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood Revitalization Plan in 2007, 36 homes have been built, 90 existing homes have been rehabilitated, and about $14 million in private and public funds have been reinvested in the neighborhood.

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LAUREL BLACK | The SunCommunity Development Coordinator Charlie Doherty (right) talks to visitors Sunday on the porch of a city-owned house at 1606 Harrison St. during the Fountain Avenue Neighborhood Open House. Four other available properties -- 1600 Monroe St., offered by the Midtown Alliance of Neighbors; 327 Fountain Ave., offered by PIF Development; 428 Harahan Blvd., offered by FORM Homes ...

Law offices vying to raise food dollars

In an effort to fortify Kentucky's food banks, law offices across the state are competing to see which one can collect the most donations in two weeks.Starting today, offices including the McCracken County Commonwealth's Attorney Office, Bryant Law Firm, and Boehl, Stopher and Graves in Paducah will be collecting food and cash donations to support the Kentucky Association of Food Banks as part o ...

Tilghman teen focuses on people

When Claire Kelly holds her camera to her eye, she wants to capture a story with every portrait.She is fascinated by the complexity of people from all different backgrounds, and building relationships with them is her goal. "I just think it's really cool that you can make different connections with people here at home and halfway across the world," Kelly said. More than once, Kelly has traveled ...
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