In anticipation of a surge in COVID-19 cases, the state Supreme Court issued new requirements Wednesday that strengthen the social-distancing order in place in courts statewide since March 16. The order restricts dockets, jury trials and jury service during the pandemic.
Hardin County Government is asking residents in unincorporated areas of Hardin County to bag all material placed for trash collection.
With many parks and other outdoor activities closed because of social distancing, scenic drives are a way to get out of the house and enjoy the area.
With gyms, yoga studios and other exercise facilities closed to help curb the spread of COVID-19, many are offering online alternatives and tips for people to stay healthy and active.
An attorney for a Florida man convicted in February of killing a teen inside an Elizabethtown home, plans to appeal the conviction to the Kentucky Supreme Court.
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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding a $115,329 grant to Elizabethtown to help the city respond to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, Congressman Brett Guthrie announced Tuesday.
Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefit payments will continue to be paid on time during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Andrew Saul, Commissioner of Social Security in a news release.
As statewide confirmed cases of COVID-19 neared 600 on Tuesday, Hardin County added its sixth case after two straight days of no cases.
Hardin Memorial Health’s centralized respiratory clinic has seen more than 100 patients in less than seven days of operation, hospital officials say.
The city of Elizabethtown is reaching into its pocket to help local businesses survive the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fort Knox’s commanding general and other senior mission partners on post will provide another COVID-19 virtual address Tuesday about the installation’s response.
Noticing store shelves depleted of essential supplies, leadership of Clarity Solutions for Women is offering to help families in need.
Following the Centers for Disease Control safety guidelines and recognizing the potential risks, Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland has closed its main office and volunteer center to outside walk-ins or groups as of Monday. It will remain closed until further notice.
A Florida man convicted in February by a Hardin County jury of beating and strangling his hitchhiking partner to death inside an Elizabethtown home will be formally sentenced today in Hardin Circuit Court.
- Court buildings being closed statewide because of COVID-19
- County announces policy change on trash collection
- Scenic drives are way to get out of house
- Exercise is good for physical, mental health
- Attorney plans to appeal Capstraw’s murder conviction
- Elizabethtown secures $115,329 COVID-19 grant
- Social Security payments will not be delayed by pandemic
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