After being canceled last year amid concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Bowling Green’s Veterans Day Parade will return this year.
Known for laying down untold miles of asphalt and concrete, Jim Scott and his wife, Rita Scott, were honored Thursday for paving the way to success for youngsters, the underprivileged and arts organizations.
SCK LAUNCH Experience – a hands-on career expo for eighth graders – returned Thursday after a one-year hiatus, drawing about 1,800 students to explore the region’s high-growth, high-demand job sectors.
Two counties in the region are among the latest group to stop issuing driver’s licenses from their respective circuit clerk’s offices.
While you’re rummaging through your garage for last year’s Christmas decorations, you might want to grab those old cans of paint and motor oil, batteries, electronics and other potentially hazardous materials that can’t go to a landfill.
Joining five other independent school districts in Kentucky, the Bowling Green Independent School District is seeking clarity about the scope of a recent Franklin Circuit Court ruling challenging the legality of House Bill 563 – a prominent school choice law.
Western Kentucky fifth-year senior Josh Anderson was selected Thursday as one of 11 Conference USA Preseason All-Conference honorees.
The Bowling Green volleyball team ended Greenwood’s five-year reign as District 14 Tournament champion with a 3-1 (23-25, 31-29, 25-15, 25-16) win over the Lady Gators on Thursday at Greenwood High School.
The Michael Myers saga continues in “Halloween Kills,” the continuation of the horror franchise first conceived by Bowling Green’s John Carpenter in 1978.