Today's News

  • Maintenance issues keep Pioneer Village busy

     PIONEER VILLAGE - City maintenance is a primary goal of any council.

    The Pioneer Village City Council had a lot of it to deal with during their October business meeting.

    Mayor Gary Hatcher announced that new road stripes were completed along Summitt Dr. at a cost of $950.

    The city accepted two bids for parking lot stripes and sealant, but decided to wait until spring to take further action.

    Road and surface maintenance was not the only topic for the council; Ditch and drainage maintenance issues always abound.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning Nov. 25, 2013

     No interstate lane closures November 27 –December 1 for the Thanksgiving holiday

    Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory 

    nature and is subject to change with nonotice. 

    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.  

  • Shepherdsville rated among top U.S. suburban areas

     SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Mayor Scott Ellis always knew that the city of Shepherdsville was a good place to live.

  • Trip through grocery on bank's tab is profitable

     HILLVIEW - In her big moment Norma Whitehead thought about her family more than herself.

    Her shopping list included fries, tater tots and ketchup for her son, and some coffee for her husband.

    The list was actually a plan of attack for her two-minute "Supermarket Sweep" at the Hillview Kroger presented by Forcht Bank.

    Whitehead, a Hillview resident, was drawn from 1,100 entries to participate in the event, according to Forcht Bank market president Jason Stuecker.

    "I only signed up one time," Whitehead said.

  • MW man charged with sex offenses from '90s

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - The alleged events happened back in the 1990s and the victim has now come forward.

  • BBB Tips for Avoiding the Holiday Travel Headache

     The holidays are a time of cheer, but they can also be a time for battling traffic and bad weather on the road. Staying safe should be a top priority for all travelers, so Better Business Bureau recommends, before hitting the road, give your car the attention it needs and take these extra precautions when hitting the road:

  • Middle school football near? Perhaps. Maybe. Kind of.

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Does Bullitt County need middle school football?

    You bet.

    Is Bullitt County going to get middle school football?

    That question is not so easy to answer.

    What is probably a given is that we are not going to get middle school football in the traditional sense anytime soon. That being teams at each of the six local middle schools with local fields and coaches in the building and such.

  • SHOUT OUT...

     Recently, 36 students with the Mount Washington Middle School Band, under the direction of David Bretz, were selected to attend the Tri-State Middle School Honor Band, located at Morehead State University, on Nov. 23..

    Students from Kentucky were joined by those from Ohio, West Virginia and Virginia. 

    Nine students were selected for the top ensemble.

  • Lady Chargers hosting major ‘showcase’ event

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – In what has grown into one of the top pre-season girls’ basketball events will be played this weekend as the 12th Annual Bullitt East/High Potential Showcase is contested at Bullitt East.

    There will be 14 teams taking part this season with two ‘scrimmages’ on Friday night and then a full slate of five scrimmages on Saturday starting at 9 a.m. and going for the next 13 hours.

    Besides Bullitt East taking part on Saturday, area fans can also get their first look at North Bullitt when they scrimmage on Friday.

  • Kennedy’s death affected entire country

      FRANKFORT - On Friday, our country will mark the 50th anniversary of one of its most tragic events: the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

    Like the attack on Pearl Harbor before it and 9/11 after it, Nov. 22, 1963, is one of a handful of dates in history where those old enough to remember it will never forget where they were and what they were doing.

    What many Kentuckians may not know about that day, however, is that it was a future resident of our state who broke the news of President Kennedy’s death to the world.