A contractor for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) is placing intermittent lane restrictions on the US 231 Ohio River “William Natcher” Bridge in Daviess County. The contractor is replacing the bridge roadway lighting on the bridge. The existing steel poles are showing signs of corrosion and had been requiring constant maintenance.
Medley Road will be closed from Turtle Creek Drive to Industrial Drive beginning Monday, July 28, 2014 through Friday, August 1, 2014. Detours will be marked accordingly. Please use caution and attention while driving in this area.
The westbound lane of Spring Bank Drive will be closed from Edgewood Court to Woodbridge Trail Monday, July 28, 2014 through Friday, August 1, 2014. Detours will be marked accordingly. Please use caution and attention while driving in this area
The practice field at Jack C. Fisher Park will be closed the week of July 28 through August 1 due to the installation of a new backstop fence system. A portion of the West Greenbelt Trail from Jack C. Fisher Park to Parrish Avenue/Starlight Drive will be closed the week of July 28 through August 1 for required maintenance to the bridge crossing the creek.
The the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) plans shoulder and lane restrictions along a section of the Audubon Parkway in Henderson County starting Thursday, July 24. Motorists should be prepared to encounter a shoulder closure and/or lane restrictions for both eastbound and westbound traffic along the Audubon Parkway between about the 10 and 14 mile marker in Henderson
While a year-by-year indicator of child well-being shows steady improvement in the health and education of children in the Bluegrass State, the number of children living in poverty is continuing to grow. The results, published in the 25th annual national Kids Count Data Book, were released Tuesday.
Glenn Pierce, head custodian at East View Elementary School, was honored as one of three finalists in the state of Kentucky for the “Fred Award,” presented annually by the Kentucky Association of School Administrators (KASA) as part of its Leadership Awards Program.
As Kentucky's general tax revenues came up $91 million short, Gov. Steve Beshear was able to balance the budget by raiding small state funds that get their money from fees or taxes paid for a particular purpose.
Madisonville police are stepping up patrols and asking for the community's help to find the people responsible for recent vandalism. Police told media partner 14News that rocks have been thrown through the windows of buildings, homes and vehicles.
Its the Raceway Fuel and Cromwell Radio Group Summer Car Giveaway! Stop by the Raceway on Hwy 60E to register for your chance at winning a bright red 2014 Chevy Spark! Register to win at the following locations: Beautiful You - 1724 Sweeney St. Bobb
“The Mystical Melody Kings” will play this Friday, July 11 at Blue Heron Farm. This is a fund raiser for the Perry County Museum. Your donation at the door benefits the Museum in Cannelton, IN. Foods by "Rudy's Catering" and Wine
The "LOUDER THAN LIFE" festival will be held on Saturday, Oct. 4, and Sunday, Oct. 5 at Louisville Champions Park. BE LISTENING THIS SUMMER TO WIN TICKETS FROM 97X! Just SOME of the bands this year... Judas Priest Korn Stone Temple
On Friday, July 11, the Daviess County Public Library will launch their first bad movie retrospective, Schlock-orama! This four-week series will screen some of the finest missteps in cinematic history. We’ll be showing films dealing with the followi
Daviess County "hams" will join thousands of Amateur Radio operators who will be showing off their emergency capabilities this weekend. From 1PM Saturday, June 28th through 1PM Sunday, June 29th. Come out to the ball diamonds at
Spaghetti Dinner!!! At the Rome United Methodist Church in Rome, IN. Serving begins at 11:00AM June 8th. $5 Adult $3 Child Spaghetti Dinner comes with meat sauce, Salad, Bread, Drink, and a Dessert. Come out June 8th for some delici
Join us on Wednesday, May 28th at 10:30 am for the Veterans Memorial Dedication Ceremony at Trinity High School in Whitesville, KY. This ceremony will honor all veterans who attended any of the Catholic Schools in Eastern Daviess County, specifically Mary
Ross Education Center is collecting camp items: shorts, tennis shoes, flip flops, towels, bug spray, games, fishing poles, etc. for Trooper Island through out the month of May in connection to the Heroes event on May 14th.