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Local News

  • Councilman: Conflict with city attorney may go to court

    As the La Grange City Council meeting began Monday night, council member Jason Taylor addressed an incident that took place at the council’s November meeting.

    “Obviously there is a difference in opinion between the council and the mayor regarding the city attorney issue,” Taylor said. 

  • Reconstructed Ky. 393 officially open

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has officially opened the reconstructed portion of Ky. 393 near Centerfield in Oldham County.  Transportation Secretary Joe Prather was joined Tuesday by local officials in cutting a ribbon for the roadway, which extends from Interstate 71 to Ky. 22. 

  • News Briefs

    TARC service renewed through October

    TARC fans may ride more comfortably this week knowing local bus service is extended through October.

  • A $1.9m scheme

    A federal grand jury indicted a Crestwood businessman and several other Oldham residents Nov. 20 for a scheme awarding $1.9 million in false veterans disability benefits.

  • Airport board survey to begin in January

    On Tuesday, the Oldham County Airport Board’s Survey Committee reviewed a draft of a survey that will collect feedback from residents about a proposed general aviation airport.

    Last month committee members met with a Kansas-based company – ETC Institute – which will facilitate the survey.

  • Police Reports

    Arrests

    James W. Goodman II, 48, 1622 Brickman Street, New Albany, Ind., arrested by OCSO Nov. 14, failure to serve 30 days jail.

    David Simpson, 25, No.13 Spring Meadows Trailer Park, La Grange, arrested by OCSO Nov. 17, failure to comply.

  • Housing programs to merge

    Good News Homes and RoseHaven Transitional Home for Women and Children announced a partnership Tuesday to transition assets and management of RoseHaven to Good News Homes by Jan. 1.

  • Property Transfers

    Crestwood

    Fred Bova to Tara Bova, quitclaim, lot 31, Kentucky Acres, 3005 Lincoln Trail Court, Crestwood, $1, FMV $250,000.

    Tara Bova to Valerie Todara and Robin Burke, lot 31, Kentucky Acres, 3005 Lincoln Trail Court, Crestwood, $188,500.

  • Nature’s Library

    It will feature a woodland walking trail, a coffee vending area and the latest advances in eco-friendly technologies. Rooms equipped with Internet teleconferencing capabilities will give an edge to powerbrokers, while more leisured visitors can relax near a lodge-like double-sided fireplace. Kids and young adults will even have their own private retreats. 

  • Glen Oaks, Moser Farms, Chapel View targeted for speeders

    Oldham County Police will target the following traffic areas this week:

    Chapel View subdivision

    Magnolia Place

    Glen Vista Drive

    Lake Avenue