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  • Police seek suspect i.d. assistance

     The following is a statement released by the Shepherdsville Police Department regarding an attempted home invasion:

    In the early morning hours of April 13th, this individual attempted to break into a home located in Shepherdsville, KY.

    The Shepherdsville Police Department is requesting your help in indentifying this individual.

    If you have information in regards to the persons identity please contact the Shepherdsville Police Department at 502-921-1000 or the tip line at 502-215-1588.

  • 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.

     

  • Kentucky Blood Center opens Hillview office

     HILLVIEW - Down the stretch of Antle Drive near the Hillview Wal-Mart comes the newest location of the Kentucky Blood Center.

    KBC is the largest independent, full-service, non-profit blood center in the Commonwealth.

    The new Hillview location celebrated its grand opening as a Kentucky Derby Festival event, with Derby Pie and funnel cakes available for donors, as well as a visit from the KDF’s Pegasus mascot.

  • 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.

  • Irene Carroll Luncheon and Style Show

     SHEPHERDSVILLE — It isn’t spring without new spring fashions.

    Each year, the Bullitt County Woman’s Club kicks off spring with their annual Irene Carroll Scholarship Luncheon and Style Show at Paroquet Springs Conference Center.

    Held on Saint Patrick’s Day, this year’s theme was “Everything Under the Rainbow.”

    For 47 years, the Bullitt County Woman’s Club has hosted the lunch, silent auction and fashion show to raise money for seniors at the local high schools.

  • 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.

  • Deadline today to register to vote in May primary

     FRANKFORT -- Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is reminding eligible Kentuckians that the deadline to register to vote in the upcoming May 22 Primary Election is Monday, April 23.

    “Our elections should be determined by a majority of voters, not a minority,” said Grimes. “Registering to vote is the first step to having your voice heard on Election Day. I call on all eligible Kentuckians to get registered by April 23 and then vote on May 22.”

  • Dog owners remember to keep pets under control to protect your mail carriers

     It’s that time of year again and the Postal Service, health care providers and animal protection professionals need your help.

    Last year, 6,244 letter carriers were bitten or attacked by dogs nationwide. But that pales in comparison to the more than 4.5 million people — most of them children and the elderly — who are bitten by dogs each year.

    You can help protect your letter carrier, meter reader, newspaper delivery person and neighbors’ children by making sure your pet is properly restrained.

  • The Story of Anne Frank

     HILLVIEW — A diary never meant to be read has been turned into a two-person show and visitors to the Bullitt County Public Libraries got to see it first hand.

    The Bright Star Touring Theatre presented “The Story of Anne Frank” to patrons of all ages at the Hillview Public Library in preparation for Holocaust Remembrance Day on April 12.

  • Workshop to expose teen drug trends

     HEBRON ESTATES — It’s no secret that drugs hold a prominent place in teen society. But how can a parent know if his or her child is a user?

    Presented by Bullitt County Partners in Prevention, “Hidden in Plain Sight” exposes current teen drug trends to help parents be proactive in preventing teen drug use.