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  • ENOUGH OF THE EIGHT – What’s best for kids?

    A town hall meeting April 14 at North Oldham High School attracted 25 residents interested in a discussion with members of the Oldham County Board of Education.
    The school board hosted the meeting, and six members of the audience signed in to address the board.

  • Steelworkers rally for contract changes

      

    Steelworkers rallied Wednesday afternoon in protest of a lockout by their employer.

  • Wind rips roof from former Brownsboro restaurant

    Strong winds ripped the roof from the site of a former Brownsboro restuarant early Wednesday morning as a line of storms stretching from central Indiana to central Kentucky swept through Oldham County.

    A building that housed the Brownsboro Eatery on Ky. 329 in Crestwood lost more than a third of its roof at the height of the storm.

  • Downed power lines cause road closures

    Crews repairing downed power lines have closed several roads in Oldham County, including Dawkins Road between Ky. 146 and the Luther Luckett Correctional Facility, Ky. 2858 (Abbott Lane) about a half mile from Mt. Zion Road and Ky. 1793 at Spindletop subdivision in Goshen. 

  • Grill fire closes Wendy's

    Wendy's on Ky. 53 in La Grange was closed for part of Wednesday morning and afternoon following a grill fire.  

  • Ky. 524 will be closed Saturday

    Ky. 524 will be closed three hours on Saturday morning to protect the safety of participants competing in a duathlon.

    The state department of highways will close Ky. 524 from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday as the SOS/3 Way Racing Duathlon takes place.

    The event is a fundraiser for the Save Our Schoolhouse fund to renovate Westport's historic schoolhouse.

  • I-71 crash closes right lane

    Emergency crews are headed to the northbound lanes of Interstate 71 where a tractor-trailer has sideswiped a vehicle.

    The crash occured near milemarker 23 of I-71. Traffic is still moving, but the right lane is closed as crews work to clear the crash.

  • Some roads still closed due to flooding

    State transportation officials say several roads throughout the region are closed due to high water.

    Closings include:

  • Cedar Lake CEO to retire

    When CEO Jim Richardson joined Cedar Lake in 1977, the non-profit served 28 individuals.

    Today, Cedar Lake Inc., an agency with a span of services and care ranging from individuals with mild disabilities to the community's most medically fragile residents, includes 30 locations in the Louisville area.

    And after 34 years with the organization, Richardson plans to retire.

  • Anytime Fitness opens on La Grange Rd.

    The Oldham County Chamber and Economic Development hosted a ribbon cutting Friday evening to welcome Anytime Fitness to Oldham County.

    Anytime Fitness is the fastest growing exercise chain in the U.S. and this new facility on La Grange Rd. near Pewee Valley is the first to serve Oldham County residents. Combining the most current exercise machines, free weights, personal and virtual training with 24-hour seven day a week access creates a new experience for work-out minded individuals.