Every journey starts with a first step, especially when it’s a grueling physical and emotional challenge of about 10 million steps — 2,194.3 miles — in hiking the Appalachian Trail.
A local man is working to preserve and honor the memory of his wife, but in his effort, received an unexpected surprise when a local nonprofit provided some additional support.
Parents looking for information to help their children lead a healthy and active lifestyle soon will have the change to get moving on that goal.
A member of local law enforcement recently was part of a panel that aims to stem the fentanyl crisis in Kentucky.
Hardin County children with a business concept will have an opportunity to develop and promote it at an upcoming fair.
Elizabethtown-Hardin County Industrial Foundation has partnered with the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Foundation to invest nearly $140,000 in an endowment that will support the region’s future workforce training needs.
More road improvements are on the horizon for Hardin County and transportation officials want motorists to keep in mind that they are designed with safety in mind.
The more job-finding opportunities, the better.
A master tattooist and mentor and who has worked in the Radcliff/Fort Knox area for more than 50 years has died.
In observance of the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day and Go Red for Women campaigns, Baptist Health Hardin encourages the community to wear red Friday, according to a news release.
The Stephensburg Masonic Lodge is having its final fish fry.
Friends, family members and teachers of Rineyville Elementary School student Quincy Nelson-Sweatt celebrated his birthday at the school on Wednesday.
A theological divide among United Methodist churches has made national headlines in recent years and local congregations are weighing its impact.
The Ancestral Trails Historical Society’s book fair returns Saturday for its 22nd year.