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Local News

  • 212 condos planned on Commerce Parkway

    Planners unanimously approved a renamed, smaller version of a condo development Monday which the commission soundly rejected in May.

  • Blaze destroys Pewee home

    A Pewee Valley family's home is destroyed after and early-morning fire Saturday in Ashbrooke subdivision.

    Oldham County Dispatch received a report of a house fire at 6608 Ashbrooke Drive about 4:15 a.m. 

  • Property Transfers

    Crestwood

    Merritt and Judith Marcus and Calvin and Martha Marcus to Cindy Vance, lots 2334-2344, 2347-2387, 2413-2458, 2460-2467 and 2558-2563, Lake Louisvilla, Crestwood, $56,000.

    Ball Homes Inc. to Leslie Stewart, lot 44, Williamsgate, 7006 Alberta Drive, Crestwood, $206,312.

  • Police reports

    Warrant arrests

    Cindy Ramos, 26, 119 Bermuda Lane, Louisville, arrested by OCSO Nov. 20, probation violation. 

    Anita G. Stewart, 41, 508 Maplecrest Drive, La Grange, arrested by OCSO Nov. 21, fourth-degree assault. 

  • Duplexes approved on Ky. 22 in Crestwood

    Planners approved a development of 11 duplexes on Ky. 22 in Crestwood Monday and granted the appropriate zone change for multi-family housing.

  • Hospital implements rapid response system

    Josie King, an 18-month-old girl, died as a result of a hospital error in 2002 in Baltimore, Md. After her death, Sorrell King, her mother, became her advocate and began speaking up in every forum possible. Because of her diligence to this cause, hospitals across the country are implementing Code H. Baptist Hospital Northeast implemented Code H on Oct. 1.

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  • News Briefs

    Storm water rate could be $4.05 

    Oldham County Fiscal Court’s utilities committee met Monday to discuss a rate proposed by the county’s storm water board. 

  • Chamber challenges residents to submit ideas

    Oldham County is about to get unbridled.

    Much like the Unbridled Spirit campaign for Kentucky or Nashville’s status as Music City, the Oldham County Chamber of Commerce is working to create a brand for Oldham County.

  • You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch

    When the Esterle family looked out on their yard on Floydsburg Road Nov. 29, they noticed a few of their about 30 inflatable Christmas decorations sagging. They discovered four of them had holes slashed in them.

  • Patients mourn loss of ‘one-of-a-kind’ Pewee Valley doctor

    As the late Dr. Steven Applegate’s office manager Tess Wheeler calls to inform patients of his death and to reschedule appointments, many cry inconsolably, she said. The news of Applegate’s death was a long-time coming as ALS — Lou Gehrig’s disease — progressively took his strength, but it still has hit his patients hard.