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  • Radio issues a critical safety concern

     HILLVIEW – One might think that the most important item on a police officer’s belt is his or her weapon.

         But Hillview police chief Glenn Caple said it is actually an officer’s handheld radio.

         No matter the officer’s location or situation, Caple said the ability to have communication with dispatchers or other law enforcement officials could be a matter of life and death.

  • UPDATE: Constable again faces charge of selling drugs

     (UPDATE 06/04): The case against Clifton Joel Hudson has been sent to the grand jury for possible indictment.

    Hudson is in custody at the Bullitt County Detention Center. 

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     MOUNT WASHINGTON – With one indictment already hanging over his head, Second District constable Clifton Joel Hudson is now facing another felony charge.

    At around 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday, Hudson was arrested by the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office High Intensity Drug Enforcement (HIDE) unit.

  • All smoke, no fire at church

     The Shepherdsville Fire Department responded to a fire alarm sounding at the First Baptist Church after 4 p.m. on Wednesday.

    Shepherdsville fire chief Layne Troutman said a belt on the air conditioning unit on the roof of the church broke and caught fire. The fan of the unit blew smoke into the third floor of the building.

    City police and the Zoneton Fire Department responded to the call.

  • Bullitt County highway cleanup this week

     Volunteers will be out in force next week to summer scrub Bullitt County’s highways. The Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) announces that Adopt-a-Highway Summer Scrub Week is June 2-8.

  • ZMB can find that special gift from around the world

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - Are you looking for an unique gift from around the world?

  • BBB Tips for Attending Bridal Expos

     The wedding planning season is in full swing - and bridal expos are headed to the Louisville area in the coming weeks! Your Better Business Bureau (BBB) has helpful tips for future brides and bridesmaids attending a show.

  • SEWERS...Regional approach back?

     LOUISVILLE – It is an issue that will not go away for local communities. And the environmental standards are only going to get more strict.

  • Estepp ready to take best foot forward as Chamber executive

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - The Bullitt County Chamber of Commerce believes its latest move is a “step” in the right direction.

  • BBB Warns Consumers of Medical Alert System Scam

     BBB is receiving calls from local consumers who say they are annoyed after receiving automated calls promising them a free medical alert system.

    The system is supposed to help protect seniors in the event of break-ins or medical emergencies.

    The scam has put groups across the U.S. on alert. The automated “robo-call” comes from a company identifying itself as “Emergency Medical Alert Systems,” “Senior Safety Alert,” “Senior Emergency Care,” “Senior Safe Alert,” or something similar.

  • Valley View will not be site of bridge

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – It was unexpected music to the ears of residents along Valley View Drive.

         The cards and letters sent to state highway officials the past few months with concerns over the possible location of a bridge over Salt River next to their homes must have worked.

         Matt Bullock, chief engineer for District Five of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, announced during the most recent fiscal court meeting that the bridge would not cross Salt River in the area of Heritage Hills Subdivision.