Cole Claybourn, Lexington Herald-Leader en Doneghy Denied New Trial for Manslaughter <p><a href="">A judge on Wednesday refused to grant a new trial</a> for the man convicted of second-degree manslaughter in the hit-and-run death of Lexington police officer Bryan J. Durman. In seeking a new trial, an attorney for Glenn Doneghy contended jurors were unlawfully allowed to walk freely around downtown Lexington during a lunch break after deliberations had begun, according to court records. Doneghy was charged with murder, but the jury found him guilty of manslaughter, a lesser crime, and other charges. Thu, 11 Aug 2011 14:24:19 +0000 Cole Claybourn, Lexington Herald-Leader 10358 at Drive-ins Find New Popularity <p><a href="">While 3-D technology increasingly </a>becomes the norm in mainstream films, theaters boast the latest and loudest speakers, and moviegoing has become a predominantly indoor pastime, some people still seem to prefer the simplicity of the past: the drive-in.&nbsp;It&#39;s a past that dates back almost 80 years, and it allows people to be essentially in their own private movie theaters, free to create their own experience.&nbsp;That nostalgia and experience are what have kept people coming back to drive-in theaters, even when there was a time it looked as if they could die out, fans say.&nbsp;&quot;People don&#39;t go to the drive-in or a normal theater for just the movie. It&#39;s the experience,&quot; said Chris Erwin, manager of Judy Drive-In in Mount Sterling. &quot;The drive-in experience is one that can&#39;t be duplicated no matter what&#39;s on screen. Its charm is that it&#39;s simple.&quot;</p><p> Mon, 01 Aug 2011 14:37:11 +0000 Cole Claybourn, Lexington Herald-Leader 9684 at Drive-ins Find New Popularity Georgetown Relieved for Bengals' Return <p><a href="">The NFL lockout officially ended Monday</a>, which means the Cincinnati Bengals are returning to Georgetown for their pre-season training camp. &quot;I&#39;m sure the city in general has just breathed a sigh of relief,&quot; Georgetown Mayor Everette Varney said. &quot;If they didn&#39;t come, it would have been a huge hit for the college. Not only the revenue, but the recognition of having Georgetown&#39;s name on the national spotlight.&quot; Tue, 26 Jul 2011 14:09:57 +0000 Cole Claybourn, Lexington Herald-Leader 9339 at Georgetown College Ready for the Bengals <p><a href="">While the NFL owners and players continue to work </a>on a labor agreement, Georgetown College was preparing as if the football season will go on as scheduled. Developments Thursday indicated an agreement could be reached soon that would allow the Cincinnati Bengals to hold its training camp at Georgetown College, just as the team has for the past 15 years. The camp is an important money-maker for the college, and the owners&#39; lockout of the players has put that in jeopardy. Fri, 22 Jul 2011 14:10:39 +0000 Cole Claybourn, Lexington Herald-Leader 9156 at Georgetown College Ready for the Bengals Toddler Dies in Mower Accident <p><a href=" "><strong>A 2-year-old child killed Wednesday</strong></a> in a lawn mower accident had been riding on the mower with her father and brother when she fell off, Fayette County Coroner Gary Ginn said. Ginn said Adelaide McReynolds died from multiple blunt-force and sharp-force trauma at the family farm in Lexington. Ginn said McReynolds had a history of letting his children ride on the mower with him. Fri, 27 May 2011 15:39:37 +0000 Cole Claybourn, Lexington Herald-Leader 4836 at