Houdini the goat, who roamed for years along Interstate 65 in southern Hardin County, is a dad.
A crowd gathered Saturday morning in downtown Elizabethtown to celebrate the arrival of a new mural and its message: “Imagine a world without violence. Now make it happen.”
Two people charged in Hardin County’s first homicide of the year in April have been indicted on a variety of charges, including complicity to commit murder of the mother of one of the accused.
Hardin County now has 245 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since March after nine new cases were announced Friday afternoon by the Lincoln Trail District Health District.
A nearly eight-month investigation by Elizabethtown police has led to the indictment and arrest of three Hardin County women who reportedly made tens of thousands of dollars off items purchased and sold through an illegal coupon ring.
As a result of a new community partnership, local children in need will be better prepared for their return to school this year.
When Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown — a long-time hub of city and county functions — finally reopens its doors to the public, residents will notice quite a few updates.
Misty Bivens is an agriculture teacher at LaRue County High School, and for 19 years, she has taught in the same classroom.
Students with questions about money and resources pertaining to college for next year is the target for a series of workshops scheduled over the next few weeks.
The equality survey offered on the United Way of Central Kentucky’s website has no limits on the number of times an individual can vote.
Elizabethtown Community and Technical College is offering a Pathway to Enrollment for two weeks to assist students for the upcoming semester.
A promotion ceremony recently was held as James Richardson moved into the position of police chief for the Hodgenville Police Department.
Thirteen confirmed new cases of COVID-19 has pushed Hardin County’s total to 236, according to the Lincoln Trail District Health Department.
Silverleaf Sexual Trauma Recovery Services is inviting the community downtown this weekend to celebrate its new mural and its message.