Local News

  • Staying safe online

    With the advent of Cyber Monday, online holiday shopping continues to grow in popularity as it seemingly provides a less stressful and more hassle-free environment to land all the gifts you want for loved ones from the comfort of home. 

    But the added convenience can bring risk, said Cathy Williamson, branch manager for the Lincoln Trail Area Better Business Bureau. The BBB has released a list of tips this holiday season to help consumers avoid scammers and fraudulent websites.

  • John Hardin Bulldogs take a timeout for storytime at Heartland

    In the midst of preparing for the state semifinal game with Bowling Green High School, seniors on the John Hardin High School football team spent time with their youngest fans.

    The seniors visited Heartland Elementary School this past week to read to students and talk with them about football and the importance of academic achievement. Members of the team have visited the school for the past several years, Head Coach Chad Lewis said.

  • Show combines love of cars, kids

    For Central Kentucky Rods and Machines and its President, Bob Merchant, the decision to host the Christmas for Kids Car Show some three decades ago was simple. The showcase combined two passions: cars and helping children.

    “I’ve always liked old cars,” Merchant said. “The cause is what it’s for.”

  • Locals take advantage of Small Business Saturday

    In a shopping season of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Small Business Saturday is a relatively new concept to encourage consumers to shop at locally owned stores.

    The day, started in 2010, caused many area businesses to jump on board and offer specials to customers Saturday and shoppers took advantage.

    Dewayne Pittman of Radcliff, who came to 911 Express Tech in Radcliff to have his computer monitor serviced, said he appreciates shopping with someone he knows and trusts.

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  • Radcliff man charged with assault

    A Radcliff man was arrested late Wednesday night, a week after police say he struck a woman in the head with a revolver and then dragged her out of her residence.

    Ricky L. Starry, 32, was arrested at a Radcliff residence.

    According to an arrest citation, on the evening of Nov. 20, Starry entered a residence on South Wilson Road in Radcliff and pulled out a black revolver. Starry is accused of striking a woman, with whom he previously had been living, on the back of the head before dragging her out of the home.

  • Christmas photo submissions

    The News-Enterprise will run two Sundays of reader-submitted Christmas photos on Dec. 15 and Dec. 22 on the front of our Faces & Places section.

    One section front will feature Hardin and LaRue county Christmas tree and home decorations. The other will feature your favorite photographs of your children and grandchildren with Santa Claus from this year.

    Photographs need to be sent to photos@thenewsenterprise.com in a JPEG format. Please include name and town of residence when submitting. One submission per family for each subject.

  • Election filings: May 20 primary

    The deadline to file for most public offices passed Tuesday afternoon. This updated list of candidate filings reflects information from the Hardin County Clerk and the Kentucky Secretary of State’s office.

    The primary election will be conducted May 20.

  • Hodgenville Woman’s Club updates 'LaRue County’s Kitchens of Kentucky Cookbook'

    Landmark News Service

    Hodgenville Woman’s Club has updated one of its most lucrative fundraisers – the LaRue County’s Kitchens of Kentucky cookbook.