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  • Students display slice of creativity on boxes

     

    Customers entering Hometown Pizza restaurants in the county may notice some new wall decor.

    The restaurant has teamed up with local elementary schools to sponsor a pizza box art contest. Now in its second year, the contest is seeing a lot of growth.

    “Hometown Pizza is about doing community projects,” Donna Sabo director of marketing said.

    “The response has been fabulous.”

  • Recent ribbon cuttings in Prospect

    Above left, Simply Cozy Gifts & Accessories, located in the Prospect Point Shopping Center, recently marked their opening. Above right, the newly remodeled Kroger Prospect, located on Timber Ridge Drive in Prospect, is officially opened. Both ribbon cuttings were promoted and celebrated by the Prospect Area Chamber of Commerce.

  • Showcasing our county

    Photos by Alix Mattingly/THE OLDHAM ERA

    Top, The Oldham County Performance Troupe entertained community members at the annual Showcase Oldham County in Buckner. Local merchants set up booths at the event which served as a networking opportunity for the community. Left, Hudson Pence, 3, of Prospect, colors at the arts and crafts table at the Showcase Oldham County event on Friday. The showcase featured local merchants sharing their services with the public. And above, visitors enjoyed stopping by the Blooms by Essential Detail booth.

  • La Grange approves changes to business licensing law

    After a narrow vote, the La Grange City Council has approved an ordinance that modifies the city’s current business licensing tax.

  • Chamber holds annual showcase

    For 20 years now, the Oldham County Chamber & Economic Development has provided a venue for local businesses to introduce their services to the public. This year’s Showcase Oldham County will be held Friday, March 7, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Oldham County YMCA Soccer Complex located at 20 Quality Place in Buckner.

  • Commission approves proposed Crestwood Walmart

    After a five and a half hour meeting Tuesday, a proposed Walmart in Crestwood has received the necessary approvals from the Oldham County Planning and Zoning Commission.

    The 13-member commission approved a recommendation for a change in zoning for the Walmart, which will be located at 6701 Veterans Memorial Parkway, also known as KY-392 Bypass, on a 10-3 vote.

    The zoning change now heads to the City of Crestwood for final approval.

  • Upcoming ordinance causes concern with local attorneys

    A proposed ordinance in front of the La Grange City Council is sparking a debate over the city’s business license fees.

    The section in question lies with language regarding attorneys and how the license applies to them.

    Critics of the proposed law, including Councilman Jason Taylor, say the changes are a precondition to practicing law by placing a fee on attorneys that do not have offices in the city and that there are multiple legal issues associated with the proposed language.

  • Proposed Walmart in Crestwood before Planning Commission

    A proposal to build a new Walmart in Crestwood is set to go over its first legislative hurdle next week.

    On Tuesday at 9 a.m., the Oldham County Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing and vote on two items related to the proposed new location on Veterans Memorial Parkway/Ky. 329 Bypass.

    The planning commission will decide whether to re-zone the area Walmart is proposing to build on from C-2 and C-3 to C-4, highway service. It will also decide whether to approve the development plan for the new store.

  • Chemo treatments return to Baptist Health

    After an absence of several years, cancer patients in the La Grange area will once again have the option of receiving their chemotherapy close to home.

    On Feb. 18, Baptist Health La Grange and the CBC Group: Consulting in Blood Disorders, will open a six-chair chemotherapy treatment area on the second floor of the Physician Office Building.

    This is the second outpatient chemo treatment area for the practice, which is part of Baptist Medical Associates. Treatment is also offered on the 3Park cancer care unit at Baptist Health Louisville campus.

  • Prospect welcomes fuel station

    PHOTO by alix mattingly/the oldham era