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Today's News

  • Mayor Deibel retires after 46 years

    A small but dedicated group met in the City of Crestwood Wednesday Nov. 14 as they typically do once a month.

    Members of the Crestwood City Commission gathered together at the front of the room. Tonight’s agenda: an update about Maples Park, negotiations surrounding the city sewer system and talk about a sidewalk.

  • Retired firefighter saves house

    Thanks to a new neighbor, a house fire was caught just in time today. 

    Firefighters were dispatched to a house on Old Sligo Road near the Pillow and Paddock Bed and Breakfast at approximately 3:45 p.m. today.

    Within the hour, the scene in La Grange was under control by La Grange Fire and Rescue and the Ballardsville Fire Department.

  • Crestwood approves sewage agreement with MSD

    The City of Crestwood entered into an interlocal agreement with Louisville MSD during their Nov. 14 meeting.

    Mayor Dennis Deibel said he’s been in numerous conversations with Judge-Executive David Voegele and other utility officials in the county about switching the city’s sewer system over to MSD.

  • Veteran skydives into OCMS celebration

    It was a cold, frigid morning out on the soccer fields of Oldham County Middle School (OCMS) Nov. 16. Students, teachers and community members gathered outside wearing their coats, gloves and hats to keep them warm as they waited for the main event.

  • Man indicted for attempted shooting

    A man that is accused of trying to shoot his son during an argument has been indicted on three charges.

    An Oldham County grand jury indicted Michael Wilson, 63, on the charges of second-degree assault, wanton endangerment and fourth degree assault Nov. 9.

  • Maples Park establishes charitable organization

    The City of Crestwood established a new and tax deductible way for people to donate to Maples Park Nov. 14.

    Deibel announced the formation of a 501c3 charitable organization for the park called Friends of the Maples during the commission meeting.

  • Majority of local legislators retain seats

    Oldham County state legislators are starting to determine their priorities after the election. While four of the five county state legislators are retaining their seats, there’s also a newcomer in the mix.

    Senator Ernie Harris, a Republican whose district includes Oldham County and part of Jefferson County, was re-elected for his seventh term in the Kentucky Senate.

  • Voter turnout tops 50 percent locally

    Over half of all registered voters in Oldham County cast a ballot Election Day, and for Darlene Berhow it was her first time casting a ballot.

    Berhow has lived in Oldham County for 11 years and married her husband, Todd, in August 1995, but she’s originally from Nova Scotia, one of Canada’s three Maritime Provinces.

  • Hall awarded Oldham Countian of the Year

    A strong work ethic, a desire to be successful and his work in the community were a few of the things mentioned for why one man was named this year’s Oldham Countian of the Year.

    Oldham County businessman Jay Hall was named the 2018 Oldham Countian of the Year at the Oldham County Chamber’s event Nov. 8 at Taylor Creek Farm.

  • Holiday Inn hotel planned for Commerce Pkwy.

     La Grange will soon be home to a Holiday Inn hotel.

    A four-story Holiday Inn Express and Suites is currently being built at 1150 Commerce Parkway in La Grange.

    The Holiday Inn will feature the company’s Formula Blue design, a modern design with open spaces throughout the hotel for the “smart traveler.”