A little more than a year after two Elizabethtown teenagers were killed in a car crash following a Halloween event at John Hardin High School, the man charged with causing their deaths and seriously injuring two other teens will stand trial.
The regulatory license fee for the sale of alcoholic beverages in the city of Elizabethtown will be increased to 5 percent on all products.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, in partnership with LG&E and KU Energy, will host the second Energy Action Day today at 10 a.m. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Chairman Neil Chatterjee is the keynote speaker with a talk about careers and trends in energy …
Every Monday, Becky Anderson gives free art lessons to numerous local children at the Elizabethtown branch of the Hardin County Library.
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield is working to make it easier for Kentucky’s older adults to improve their health and well-being.
An Elizabethtown man was arrested Sunday afternoon on a warrant for reportedly strangling his wife earlier this month, according to the warrant.
Fort Knox again will demonstrate its energy independence by going off the grid Wednesday.
Elizabethtown High School advanced to the semifinals of Bluegrass Cellular’s Battles in the Bluegrass, an initiative to help strengthen and grow local high schools’ technology. As a part of this social media bracket challenge, EHS is competing for a $5,000 technology gift on Bluegrass Cellul…
In just a few months, Linda Funk will have organized her last meal as executive director of Warm Blessings
The Lincoln Trail Walk to End Alzheimer’s returns Saturday to Freeman Lake Park.
Linda Ramsey remembers a physical education teacher who gave her a piece of advice in the 1960s that sticks with her even today.
An Elizabethtown man charged and arrested in August with firing a gun at his wife while she was in a vehicle has been indicted on a charge of attempted murder by a Hardin County grand jury.
A Radcliff woman was arrested and charged with robbery after allegedly admitting to stealing money and marijuana, according to an arrest citation.
Dozens of people came to the Wesley Hilltop House Saturday for a community picnic and to celebrate the community center’s 50th birthday.
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