Today's News

  • Sheriff's Reports

     Sheriff’s reports

  • News Briefs

     South Oldham Fire seeks volunteers

  • Quigley still winning sets

    CRESTWOOD – Playing college tennis has been a different experience for Eric Quigley. He’s actually lost a couple of matches. But just a couple, the former four-time state singles champion from South Oldham High School has a 11-2 record as a freshman playing No. 3 singles for the University of Kentucky. “It’s going good, as a team we are ranked No. 13 in the country and I am 11-2 right now,” Quigley said. “The biggest difference is every match is so tough. There are no easy days. That, plus the travel.

  • Police Reports

    Alcohol/drug arrests

  • Letters to the Editor

    Westport resident is battling pancreatic cancer

  • Door-to-door salespeople must register

    Ready to pound the pavement and make a living based on your shoe leather, charm and magazine prices? Not so fast. 

    Oldham County Fiscal Court passed an ordinance March 17 requiring door-to-door salespeople to register with the Oldham County Police Department, undergo a background check and pay $100 before hitting the sidewalk with an identification badge visible. 

    The license must be renewed every six months for $50.

  • Job applicant files suit against Oldham County Police

    A Shelby County resident alleges that the Oldham County Police Department denied him a job due to his membership in the National Guard. Bruce Gentry, of Shelby County, is a member of the Kentucky National Guard and a police officer with the Shelbyville Police Department. He has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against OCPD alleging the department denied him a job because of his military commitment. According to the suit, Gentry applied for a position with OCPD in November 2007.

  • Athlete of the Week

     Softball: Rheagan Riggs

  • Wildflower photo class offered Saturday at nature preserve

    Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve is hosting a one-day intensive digital photography class called “Hidden Springs and Wildflowers” with professional instructor Julie E. Brent. Bring a close-up lens, hiking shoes, fingerless gloves, hat and a jacket with plenty of pockets and dress in layers for the changeable weather during this workshop.  The workshop will begin in the classroom with a very short review of camera basics.

  • Property Transfers

    Crestwood Bank of New York to Phenom LLC, lot 39, Woodsboro, 5106 Brookswood Road, Crestwood, $100,000. Gary and Paula Edens to Douglas and Misty Stutz, commissioner’s deed, 7506 Kavanaugh Road, Crestwood, $55,000. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Washington D.C.