Today's News

  • Rineyville


    Gail Pike, 270-737-2973

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    Irene Dodson, 270-862-3808

  • Building permits

    The following building permit information has been obtained from the City of Elizabethtown Planning and Development office and the Hardin County Planning Office. The name of the applicant, applicant’s address and use of permit are listed.

    Nick and Kelly Berry, 261 Briarwood Circle, Elizabethtown. Use: single family dwelling.

  • Property transfers

    The following property transfers are listed on deeds at the Hardin County Clerk’s Office in Elizabethtown. FMV means fair market value and typically is based upon assessed taxable value.

    Shepard Homes Inc. to Rod Shephard, 210 Carey Lane, Elizabethtown, valuable consideration. FMV: $145,600.

  • Report: Ky. children rank No. 35 in nation

    The News-Enterprise

    New research from the National Kids Count Data Book by the Annie E. Casey Foundation ranks Kentucky's children 35th in the nation. The data measures the well-being of children based on 16 indicators under four major areas: economic well-being, education, health and family and community.     

  • Vulcan files suit against county

    Vulcan Materials Co. has filed suit against Hardin County government in Hardin Circuit Court, claiming Fiscal Court erred in judgment, abused its power and violated the county’s comprehensive plan when it halted the company’s proposed rock quarry expansion.

  • Former EMS worker accused of falsifying pay

    An internal investigation released Tuesday by Hardin County government says former EMS Assistant Supervisor James Miller falsified thousands of dollars in overtime pay he did not work.

  • Cruisin' returns to downtown this weekend

    In a tribute to nostalgia and a bygone era, the streets of Eliza­bethtown will close this weekend so car lovers and those looking for entertainment can peruse fancy paint jobs and souped-up automobiles at Cruisin’ the Heartland.

  • E'town open to more J.J. Newberry proposals

    Elizabethtown officials have decided to open up the field to more proposals for the former J.J. Newberry property before making a decision.

    Mayor Edna Berger said the city wants to explore its options and ensure any plan to resurrect the deteriorating property is financially sound and has every chance it needs to succeed.

  • Ethnic Food Festival set for Saturday in Radcliff

    The St. Christopher Catholic Church in Radcliff will be celebrating the diversity of its parish with an ethnic food festival Saturday.

    The festival, which begins at 6 p.m., will be on the same weekend that the parish celebrates the feast of its patron, St. Christopher, the saint of travelers. A blessing of motor vehicles will be included in all of the weekend Masses.