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Berea Named Kentucky’s “Prettiest Town”

Berea Named Kentucky’s “Prettiest Town” by Architectural Digest. Architectural Digest magazine, in a new feature published July 16 named Berea the prettiest town in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The magazine describes Berea for its “crafts-oriented community where weavers, furniture makers, and more live a good life, largely inspired by the natural settings”. Berea is included

Fall 2018 Business Workshop Series

Berea Business and Economic Development is proud to announce the Fall 2018 Business Workshop Series. Guest speakers including Joe Claytor of Claytor Financial Services, Shannon Roddy of Marketplace Seller Courses, and Nicole Mueller of Startup Production will lend their expertise on a variety of business topics. All events are open to the public. For additional

STEAMshops in Berea KY

Welcome the Grand Opening of STEAMshops in Berea KY.  Ten events for kids from kindergarten to middle school age will be held this summer and fall – check out their calendar on their website. Sponsors include Parks Community Credit Union, People’s Bank and the City of Berea.  More info:  https://bereasteamshops.com/   WHAT IS STEAM? “STEAM” stands

24 Hours in…Berea

Kentucky Monthly Magazine | by Deborah Kohl Kremer |  READ FULL ARTICLE “Known as the Folk Arts and Crafts Capital of Kentucky, Berea is home to artists and craftspeople known around the globe for their talent. This town at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains is populated by just more than 13,000 people, swelling by about 1,600 when

NESCO Resources in Berea KY

New Location New Location, Same Great Service – NESCO Resource in Berea, KY, an employment agency, relocated to 219 Prince Royal Dr., Suite 8, in order to be more accessible to their clients. NESCO Resource handles staffing for manufacturing jobs at 10 different industry employers including Hitachi, Hyster-Yale, and KI. If looking for work, drop

Berea Tourism hosts 19th annual L&N Day

Critley King/ cking@richmondregister.com May 30, 2018 Richmond Register Article “No tickets are necessary and all are welcome Saturday at the old Louisville & Nashville Depot situated on Artist Way in Berea as patrons take a walk down memory lane during the 19th annual L&N Day. “L&N Day is for folks with any passion for the