Today's Features

  • MOUNT WASHINGTON - After spending more than a year renovating the historic Lloyd House on Old Bardstown Road, the Mount Washington Historical Society will enjoy the fruits of their labor during a much anticipated open house this weekend.

    Everyone's invited to see the refurbished nineteenth century home and museum in its holiday splendor during the historical society's Old Tyme Christmas Open House on Sunday.

  •  Liberty Tax Service again sponsored the Christmas Parade in Shepherdsville on Friday night.

    Over three dozen units were lit up as they marched down Buckman Street.

  •  It’s not surprising that breakfast - known as the most important meal of the day - is often skipped thanks in large part to chaotic mornings that leave little time for making nutritious meals. 

  •  FRANKFORT, — A study by savingforcollege.com ranks the Kentucky Education Savings Plan Trust (KESPT) as sixth in the nation for one-year investment performance ending Sept. 30, 2011.

  • SmartGardensand Landscapes: Wreaths – Holiday Decorating with Nature

    Saturday, December 3

    10:00 a.m. – noon

    Research Center

    Bernheim Members $45.00, non-members $60.00

    Registration and payment are required by 4:30 p.m. on the day prior to the program; call (502) 955-8512

  •    A list of holidays, festivals, designations and special events scheduled during the month of December 2011:

    DECEMBER 2011


    Bingo's Birthday

    Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention

    Egg Nog


    Identity Theft Prevention and Awareness

    Safe Toys and Gifts

    Spiritual Literacy

    Stress-Free Family Holiday


    Universal Human Rights

    Write a Business Plan

  •  SHEPHERDSVILLE - Middle schoolers can act theatrical at times. At Bullitt Lick Middle School, that’s actually encouraged.

  •  The Mount Washington chapter of the AARP marked Veterans Day with its annual BBQ Blast fund-raiser.

    Vietnam Veterans of America 454 opened the dinner at the Ralph Lutes Senior Center with a presentation of colors.

    The event featured musical entertainment from John Wigginton, who also served as the auctioneer.

    The dinner is the largest AARP fund-raiser of the year. Proceeds benefit the Peoples Bank Mount Washington’s Pick-a-Tree Star program, Mount Washington Community Ministries, veterans and the elderly.

  •  MOUNT WASHINGTON - Toni McKinley remembers thinking she had a perfectly healthy baby after giving birth to her son Trent.

  •  MOUNT WAHSINGTON - A group of regional musicians is stringing together some free shows for Bullitt Countians.

    The Preston Highway String Band features a collection retirees who decided to play community concerts featuring Bluegrass, Country and Old-Time Gospel music.

    Bill Fowler, a 40-year employee with L&N Railroad, emcees the shows while also singing some of the songs and keeping pace on the dobro.

    "We all are retired and do this to hopefully make life a little better for the people that we meet and play for," Fowler said.