Following a fire last year that left Jennifer Foster and an adult child displaced from their Radcliff residence, she looked to purchase a home to improve her family’s circumstances.
In Kentucky, and across the nation, Black Americans are being urged to get the COVID-19 vaccination.
Elizabethtown Independent Schools is opening spring pre-registration in March with some updates.
The only pastor in the decades-long history of Red Hill Baptist Church in Vine Grove, the Rev. James Royalty, died Wednesday.
Three Hardin County “heroes” were celebrated Friday night for the impact they have made, and continue to make during Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s Beacons of Light virtual awards ceremony.
The Elizabethtown Police Department is investigating the armed robbery Thursday night of a convenience store on Cardinal Drive.
The first and longest phase of a three-part series of road reconstruction that is scheduled to take nearly two years to complete begins Sunday night along U.S. 31W in Elizabethtown.
Registration for Hardin County Schools preschool and kindergarten begins Wednesday.
A new baseball and softball training facility is scheduled to open June 1 in Elizabethtown.
Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland announced Thursday a new diversity initiative to better assist underserved minority and rural communities in the food bank’s 42-county service area.
Hardin County Schools Board of Education met Thursday after having to delay the meeting a week because of weather.
Radcliff police are investigating four armed robberies of city businesses this month with suspects using different styles of fleeing the crime scene – running and driving – and how many people were involved in the robberies.
In The Bible, 1 Peter 4:10 says, “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.”
- Local housing market sees low inventory
- Black Americans urged to get vaccine
- BOYS’ PREP BASKETBALL: Trojans hold on for close district win over Bruins
- GIRLS’ PREP BASKETBALL: Central falls just short against Anderson
- Elizabethtown Independent Schools takes new student registration online
- PREP SPORTS ROUNDUP: Panthers defeat Barren County
- Pastor of almost 71 years at Red Hill Baptist Church dies
- ECTC honors three who shine a light