Today's News

  • Commercial rezoning bid on Hwy. 44 shot down again

    SHEPHERDSVILLE – If Dollar General wants to open a new store along Highway 44 East, it will have to hope that the third time is the charm.

         For a second time in the past year, a location targeted for a new 9,100 square foot store has been nixed.

         Bullitt Fiscal Court voted 5-0 to overturn a favorable recommendation by the Bullitt County Joint Planning Commission to rezone 2.8 acres on Highway 44 East next to the Salt River Electric facility.

  • Don’t have to go far to find fireworks

     MOUNT WASHINGTON - In the market of supply and demand, there is no doubt that the supply of fireworks for your July 4 celebration is plentiful.

  • 2013 Summer Camps

     Several Schools partner with YMCA for Themed Camps.

    The Cedar Grove/Lebanon Junction Elementary School Family Resource Center, Bullitt Lick/Bernheim Middle School Youth Service Center and Roby/Mt. Washington Elementary School Family Resource Center will partner with the Bullitt County YMCA to co-host themed camps at Shepherdsville Elementary School.

    This event will be from July 15-August 2 and open to all YMCA students in grades kindergarten through fifth registered at the Shepherdsville site.

  • Salt River Music Festival to make its debut on July 5-6

     Are you looking for something to attend to this summer? The Salt River Music Fest is coming up on July 5 and 6th! Kimberly Netwon said her father Robert came up with the idea. “He loves music and we had been planning this for a while now,” Netwon said. “We hope it goes well so we can have it every year.”

  • Dresses galore for your little miss now in Hillview

           Do you have a little girl that loves to shop? Are you looking for a good place to go for a mother-daughter day? Little Miss Dress Up opened up on 1547 A Old Preston Highway North, Louisville, KY 40299 on June 3rd.

  • Fun times all the time at Half-Time's bar and grill

     It’s no secret that University of Kentucky and the University of Louisville have a rivalry but in this case, something good came out of it.

  • Budget approved without fuss

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – With little discussion, Bullitt Fiscal Court members unanimously approved a $20.7 million budget, which goes into effect today.

         The final plan differed slightly from county judge/executive Melanie Roberts’ proposal in May. However, one thing that didn’t change was pay raises slated for county employees.

  • Soccer camps are kickin’ it

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - There were no shortage of youth soccer camps this summer conducted by high school coaches. In fact, all three local high schools conducted camps in the first month after school let out for the summer.

  • Freedom’s Hendricks selected for Hope Street Group honor

     HEBRON ESTATES - Freedom Elementary School Teacher Michelle Rynbrandt Hendricks has been selected to the initial cohort of Kentucky Fellows by Hope Street Group, a national nonprofit organization known for its teacher engagement work.

  • Wal-Mart secures permits for Shepherdsville store

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – The Wal-Mart planned for Shepherdsville is still on the plans. It just appears the retail giant won’t open the doors until next spring.