Just in time to grace midsummer wedding invitations, the U.S. Postal Service will issue a Garden of Love stamp on Monday from a scenic Crestwood location known for lush gardens and picturesque celebrations.
The Garden of Love includes 10 different first-class stamps depicting a colorful mosaic of flora and fauna in a garden setting.
The Little Colonel Players present Andrew Bergman’s “Social Security,” the final show of their 2010-11 season at the Little Colonel Playhouse in Pewee Valley.
Directed by Rick Reinle, Social Security offers a humorous look at family, parenting and love in the “golden years.”
Sneakers and gym shorts were the appropriate attire for Saturday’s first CASA of the River Region walk in Oldham County.
With more than 40 participants offering a $25 donation, Executive Director Kathy Martin said she was pleased with the number of people who opted to walk for the cause of abused and neglected children.
The annual Pewee Valley Cemetery Cleanup project began when a student from Covenant Classical Academy noticed two things while walking along Maple Avenue: the Confederate Cemetery across the street was immaculate, but the other cemetery, known as “the Black cemetery” was grossly neglected.
My debut performance in Oldham County as a moderator/emcee of events arrived Tuesday.
Thanks to the Oldham County Chamber and Economic Development I was the lead pony in what became a very informative, very challenging, and somewhat eye opening discussion with three regional players of economic development.
A Crestwood teen missing since May 9 has been found more than 1,000 miles away from home. Oldham County Police said 16-year-old Samantha "Samm" Parker is safe and now in the company of the U.S. Marshals Service.