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  • Baptist expands infusion center

    After launching chemotherapy services in early 2014, Baptist Health La Grange recently completed an expansion of space occupied by the physicians and staff of the CBC Group: Consulting in Blood Disorders and Cancer, a part of Baptist Medical Associates.

    The Center, located on the second floor of the Physician Office Building at Baptist Health La Grange, was renovated with patient comfort and staff convenience in mind.

  • County alcohol vote delayed until June

    A proposed countywide alcohol vote will be pushed back until the end of June, proponents of overturning the ban on alcohol sales, said.

    Scott Whitehouse, the chair of a committee stemming from the Oldham County Chamber and Economic Development organization, said conflicts with Oldham County Schools and poll workers is the reason for pushing back the vote from its original March date.

  • Project Runway designer makes stop in La Grange

     

    Pageantry and reality television have gone hand-in-hand in the last decade with hit shows like “Pageant Place,” “Toddlers and Tiaras” and “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.”

    One such star in the pageant and reality worlds moved from TV to real life with an appearance in La Grange this weekend.

    Johnathan Kayne, a contestant on Project Runway and successful pageant dress designer, was the guest of honor at last weekend’s pageant workshop hosted by Posh Formal Wear.

  • Community foundation increases grant payouts by 34 percent

    More than $16,000 will be given out this week to help 11 organizations with various community needs.

    The funds come from the Oldham County Community Foundation, an offshoot of the Louisville-based Community Foundation. Precisely $16,150 will be given to fund projects from yoga therapy for cancer patients, a toddler education room, pre-diabetes screening and much more.

    Scott Whitehouse, a board member with OCCF, said the amount of funds given out this year is a 34 percent increase over 2013 giving.

  • Oldham Chamber to host job fair at CityPlace

    The Oldham Chamber & Economic Development office is hosting a Career Fair at the new City Place Pavilions on Thursday, Nov. 6, from 3 to 7 p.m. About 20 companies are expected to be on hand to take resumes, interview applicants and recruit employees.

  • Ribbon cutting for barber shop

    George Shunnarah, second from right, owner of George’s Barber and Styling, cuts the ceremonial ribbon on his new shop in La Grange. Pictured with Shunnarah is County Judge-Executive David Voegele, center, as well as employees of the Oldham County Chamber and George’s.

  • CUB helps with Light Up

    Submitted photo

    Members of Citizens Union Bank help check lights in preparation for Light Up La Grange during a day of service for bank employees.

  • HoneyBaked Ham returns to La Grange, needs workers

    HoneyBaked Ham enthusiasts will be excited to learn that it just got a bit easier to put their legendary products on your holiday table. No longer will Oldham County residents have to travel to Louisville to pick up cherished HoneyBaked Ham products. Beginning Nov. 7, shoppers will be able to pick up their favorite HoneyBaked Ham signature meats and one-of-a-kind side dishes at Kroger in La Grange.

  • Prospect Area Chamber celebrates 10 years

     

    The Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce may not be one of the largest business groups in Kentucky, but it is one of the fastest growing, according to Executive Director Kathy Jacobs.

    And that fast growing group is celebrating its first big milestone this week.

    PACC celebrated 10 years of dedication to charity, community and business with an anniversary party and annual meeting on Tuesday.

  • Music shop adds cafe for performances

    The sign on the wall at Hewn from the Mountain Music Cafe says it all about the focus of the shop: “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which remains silent.”

    Musician Tom McShane owns the full-service music shop, located in Crestwood, which celebrated the opening of a café with a ribbon cutting ceremonty by the Oldham County Chamber of Commerce last week.