An Elizabethtown man is charged with robbing a liquor store at knifepoint of $40 Saturday afternoon.
A development group focused on Elizabethtown’s downtown gave its new three-story structure on Public Square a vintage appearance suitable for the historic setting. Now the restaurant and bar planning to occupy the ground floor is reaching into the city’s past for its new name.
An Elizabethtown man is charged with multiple felonies after he was arrested over the weekend for breaking into businesses in July and this month.
Rineyville Days on Saturday offered a variety of activities for all, including vendors to browse, inflatables, a pancake breakfast, a car show, face painting, fireworks and more.
Set up with a booth inside Pritchard Community Center on Saturday was Phoenix Fielder. With her mom, Grekii Fielder, and her grandma, Constance Griffin, on each side of her, Phoenix during the Elizabethtown Parks and Recreation fall festival sold more than 100 pieces of handmade jewelry.
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate a head-on collision Friday afternoon that killed a Hodgenville couple and injured their young daughter.
Because of how Thanksgiving falls this year, the annual Light Up Hodgenville has been moved up a week from its traditional spot.
The Kentucky Veterans Program Trust Fund warded grants totaling $114,966 to six organizations for programs that support Kentucky veterans.
The delivery of “Hardin County Kentucky History and Families,” a history book developed as a fundraising idea for the Hardin County History Museum, has been delayed.
Authorities have released the names of a Hodgenville couple killed Friday afternoon in a head-on crash near the Elizabethtown Country Club
The United Food and Commercial Workers Local 23D union voted Saturday to ratify a new five-year contract with Heaven Hill, the Bardstown-based distiller.
The Hardin County History Museum will take on an eerie atmosphere next Saturday as historical characters make an appearance at the museum during the Halloween weekend.
A new business in downtown Elizabethtown is offering customers the opportunity to take a step back in time as they take in the sounds of 8-bit sound effects, pinball flappers, the striking of air hockey pucks and music from the 1970s and 1980s.
At competitions around the country, men and women put their marksman and equestrian skills to the test in mounted shooting events.
- Armed robbery nets $40 at Kroger liquor store
- New restaurant selects historic name
- E'town man arrested in string of burglaries
- CAIP deadline, Farm-City Day draw near
- 5th, 3rd Region Volleyball Tournaments begin this week
- Rineyville Days offers something for all ages
- E'town Parks and Rec fall fest draws crowd
- Hodgenville couple killed in head-on crash