Local News

  • Officials hear study results in special meeting

    This is a test. This is only a test — at least for now.

  • Online shopping has its pitfalls

    Shopping for Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals online can become just as dangerous as it is convenient, the Better Business Bureau warns.

    But by following tips and searching for a few red flags, online shoppers can detect and rebuff online swindlers before they reach consumers’ wallets, according to the BBB.

  • Radcliff to again host Christmas at the Cabins

    Radcliff won’t have a Christ­mas parade this year, following two years of cancellations because of “bad luck” and weather, but that doesn’t mean the holiday spirit won’t ride into city hall, officials said.

    The city will host its annual Christmas at the Cabins on Dec. 6, said City Spokesman Bryce Shumate.

  • More details emerge in manslaughter case

    Kentucky State Police released more details last week in a manslaughter case against a Bonnieville man.

    At a preliminary hearing in LaRue District Court for Jason R. Davis, 37, who, according to police, failed to obtain medical help for a woman, who later died. He drove around for several hours with her body in the passenger seat, according to police.

  • Salting the earth

    After a winter last year that saw salt supplies depleted, area officials have spent the last few months attempting to replenish their reserves.

    Unfortunately, for most it means paying higher prices per ton and going to additional lengths to acquire the needed amount to last the winter.

  • Zoning decision tabled

    The YMCA could receive a large financial boost if Elizabethtown City Council approves a requested zoning change.

    However, that change is in limbo following several minutes of discussion of the city’s planning commission’s recommendation to deny the request.

  • Domestic dispute leads to assault accusation

    A domestic altercation led to a Vine Grove man being arrested early Friday morning after police say he took a kitchen knife and cut the top of his stepfather’s head.

    Nicholas R. Parker, 24, of the 200 block of Sonoma Valley Drive, is charged with second-degree assault (domestic violence) and faces up to 10 years in prison on the Class C felony charge.

  • Threat to harm woman lands E'town man in jail

    An Elizabethtown man landed Thursday in the Hardin County Detention Center after he was charged with making threats and being in possession of a firearm.

  • Locals do yoga for charity

    Every year Elizabeth McNeil has been teaching yoga, she has been giving back to the community by teaching people her craft.

    On Saturday, McNeil had a yoga class at Warm Blessings called Yoga for Food. The cost of the class was a canned food donation or a minimum of $15. All of the donations went to Warm Blessings, a soup kitchen in Elizabethtown.

  • North Hardin becomes North Pole for a day