Today's News

  • Rally for Education

    SHEPHERDSVILLE—Teachers are always looking for an opportunity to do just that: teach.

    Teaching their students about democracy and the power of peaceful protest is no different.

    Teachers, principals, bus drivers, counselors, friends, family and more joined together on Thursday afternoon to peacefully protest outside of Roby Elementary in Shepherdsville.

  • Louisville resident arrested for stolen property, drugs

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- At 3:11 a.m. on Monday, the Fourth Platoon unit of the Shepherdsville Police Department observed a vehicle commit a traffic violation at the intersection of Highway 44 and Adam Shepherd Parkway.

    A check through the NCIC system determined the vehicle had been reported taken out of Glasgow. Officers stopped the vehicle and arrested the driver. During a search incident to arrest, officers found methamphetamine and a loaded syringe.

  • Charges against Cottrell dismissed

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- A former chief deputy has now been cleared on all criminal charges in Bullitt County.

    A prosecutor’s request to dismiss without prejudice charges against John Cottrell was granted Monday in Bullitt Circuit Court.

    Cottrell, who served under retired sheriff Dave Greenwell, was indicted on three felony charges.

    Cottrell would face felonies for taking control of a legend drug while it was in the evidence room. He also allegedly abused the trust of a law enforcement official and tampered with physical evidence.

  • Election signs now legal for candidates in city of Hillview

     HILLVIEW  -- Political signs are now legal in the city of Hillview.

    After a few questions were raised over a new ordinance regulating all signs, some clarification was given.

    Under the ordinance on signage approved recently, political signs can go up on April 15 and must be taken down by May 31.

    For the general election, signs can be put up on Oct. 1 and must be taken down by Nov. 15.

    During these periods, any temporary sign may be erected without a fee.

  • Hillview rezones property for new apartments

     HILLVIEW  -- A Class A apartment complex is planned for the city of Hillview.

    The Bowling Green-based Monticello Properties will begin construction within the next year on an apartment complex off Hebron Lane and the John Harper Highway.

    The Hillview City Council approved the rezoning request for 31 acres to be rezoned from R-1 and R-2 Residential to R-3 Residential.

    Jack Sheidler, owner of the development company, said that there would be 176 units on the property known as the Hester family farm.

  • Shawn MacIntyre selected to serve on Hunters Hollow board

     HUNTERS HOLLOW - For the first time this calendar year, the Hunters Hollow City Commission had all the chairs filled.

    Shawn MacIntyre was sworn in as a new city commissioner. He joins current members Bonnie Israel, David Lotze and Ron Parker.

    MacIntyre fills the vacancy left by Tammy Ross, who was sworn in as mayor in January, replacing long-time leader Linda Parker.

  • ROADSHOW for the week of April 15, 2018

     Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.


    Pothole patching, sweeping, drain & ditch cleaning, pavement marking, and maintenance crews may work on major interstates in the Louisville Metro area only during non-peak daytime hours and at night.  Motorists should watch for roadside maintenance and pavement marking crews on interstates and highways throughout the rest of the district on a daily basis.


  • Hardin EMS settles, resolves ADA complaint

     LOUISVILLE – United States Attorney Russell M. Coleman announced the settlement agreement with Hardin County Emergency Medical Services (HCEMS), on March 28, 2018, to resolve a complaint, under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), regarding the provision of emergency medical services to qualified individuals with disabilities, including individuals using service animals.

  • BBB Issues Warning on Local “Contractor”
  • BC EDA: Medicaid transition will be lot of work for agencies

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- As Kentucky moves into a new Medicaid system, Bullitt County Economic Development Authority director John Snider predicts there will be major changes.

    As a member of the KentuckianaWorks board, Snider said the responsibility of documenting and training individuals will fall upon that agency.

    By Oct. 1, the 26,000 on Medicaid who are physically able to work in the KentuckianaWorks region, which includes Bullitt, will have certain requirements if they wish to continue to receive benefits.