A Glasgow firearms store was burglarized last week, resulting in the theft of about 30 firearms.
Friday, October 15, 2021
A shift in the work being done on a two-mile stretch of U.S. 231 (Scottsville Road) from Dye Ford Road to Mt. Lebanon Church Road will bring about a shift in how motorists turn onto the busy artery.
A Brownsville man was arrested Thursday following a pursuit in Edmonson County.
A Horse Cave man with a prior conviction for violating federal environmental regulations related to an oil business he operated has been indicted a second time.
The driver of an ATV died Thursday after a crash.
A Butler County woman was killed Thursday in a crash on Interstate 165.
A sold-out crowd will be at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center on Friday night for a concert from Christian rock artist Zach Williams.
Thursday, October 14, 2021
The admitted gunman and the man convicted of being the mastermind of the deadly robbery of La Placita market are scheduled to be sentenced Monday.
The Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Targeted Business and Industry Awards banquet at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021.
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Newcomers ruled the night Wednesday at the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce Targeted Business and Industry Awards banquet.
Rebecca Blair elicited tears of joy from a TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital patient recently, and the two never met.
A Bowling Green man accused of leading police on a chase in a stolen truck was arrested Thursday after reportedly barricading himself in a house.
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Kentucky Chief Justice John D. Minton Jr. will not run for re-election next year, ending his tenure on the Kentucky Supreme Court after two terms.
A Simpson County man with a prior conviction for attempting to rape a 3-year-old was sentenced to prison for 15 years in a child sexual exploitation case featuring materials a judge described as “nothing short of reprehensible.”
Two teachers will be honored with induction into the Gov. Louie B. Nunn Kentucky Teacher Hall of Fame next month – including a Glasgow educator in her 27th year at Barren County High School.
With vaccinations rising and COVID-19 cases on a downward trend, Halloween is largely expected to have a return to normalcy with trick-or-treating times being scheduled across the area.
A leisurely Sunday stroll at Warren County’s Ephram White Park may be just the medicine some folks need.
Only about half of Kentucky’s high school graduates are pursuing higher education, a troubling trend that Council on Postsecondary Education President Aaron Thompson calls a big problem for the state’s economy.
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
A tense silence settled over a room at Bowling Green’s International Center on Monday as Hamishah Gul Rashid and his wife, Tamom Bibi, anxiously awaited the arrival of their interpreter.
A Bowling Green man was arrested Tuesday morning after authorities received calls about someone chasing after and shooting at vehicles.
Due to risks associated with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Med Center Health will host its 17th annual Charity Ball in a virtual setting.
Monday, October 11, 2021
A Bowling Green woman accused of using a pellet gun to kill a man appeared Monday for arraignment.
A spate of chaotic school board meetings across the country – fueled by attendees’ opposition to K-12 masking requirements and controversy around critical race theory – has prompted the National School Boards Association to request federal law enforcement assistance with quelling disruptions.
A move by the Warren County Road Department to larger quarters may eventually pave the way for Bowling Green’s Med Center Health to complete a facility for cancer treatment on its growing campus.
A man who pleaded guilty in the deadly shooting of his stepfather has asked to be placed on probation.
Never-before-seen, decades-old photos of Bowling Green will be displayed on the big screen at the Capitol Arts Center throughout October.
Downtown Bowling Green is about to get a little sweeter.
A man was critically injured Sunday while attempting to avoid striking an animal with his motorcycle.
A Glasgow woman died Saturday in a crash in Barren County.
Mike Murphy has built more than his share of commercial and public buildings in and around Bowling Green over the past four decades.
Sunday, October 10, 2021
Ghosts may or may not be real. But what is undeniable is that there is a widespread interest in the supernatural.
Saturday, October 09, 2021
RUSSELLVILLE – An essential feature of the Logan County social landscape returned this fall as thousands lined the streets to celebrate the return of the Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival.
Officials from The Medical Center at Bowling Green and T.J. Samson Community Hospital in Glasgow said Friday both facilities had the lowest COVID-19 patient numbers in more than two months.
Friday, October 08, 2021
Speculation that the Southwest Parkway leading from Bowling Green’s South Central Kentucky Industrial Park would spur more development is now reality.
Med Center Health has created a breast clinic in hopes of consolidating services and serving patients more efficiently.
Less than four years after opening its first branch in Bowling Green, Radcliff-based Abound Credit Union is ready to build a second location in the city.
Fast-growing Simpson County is growing its available industrial acreage.
Thursday, October 07, 2021
Whether they own a pandemic puppy, a long-in-the-tooth canine or a frolicsome feline, pet owners should soon be getting an upgrade in their options for pet boarding and day care.
Thousands of people are expected to gather in Russellville this weekend for the 64th annual Logan County Tobacco & Heritage Festival.
Wednesday, October 06, 2021
A Monroe County man arrested on suspicion of attempting to sell a large quantity of methamphetamine in Bowling Green has been indicted by a federal grand jury.
For two decades, David and Erin Smith have lived without their favorite dessert stop. Now, the Bowling Green couple has done something about it.
Southcentral Kentucky Community & Technical College’s Golf Scramble for Student Scholarships will return Oct. 22 at CrossWinds Golf Course.
Tuesday, October 05, 2021
Police investigating a rape allegation against a Bowling Green man arrested him after reviewing footage on the man’s Snapchat account that authorities said appears to show an assault in progress.
For the past five years, Dan Murph may well have had the best view in all of downtown Bowling Green.
As part of its Pipeline Replacement Program, Atmos Energy has started replacing 30,800 feet of bare steel pipe in Bowling Green.
Monday, October 04, 2021
A body was found in a residence that caught fire early Monday.
Bowling Green optometrist Robert Duvall wasted no time in pursuing his political ambitions once he saw the opportunity.
Community Education’s fifth annual Blockbusters at the Ballpark will showcase “Jurassic Park” on Oct. 16.
Sunday, October 03, 2021
What was once a stopover for visitors to the National Corvette Museum became a training ground for the Bowling Green Fire Department last week.
Even as its real-estate footprint grows, the Kentucky Transpark industrial park continues to fill that acreage with new occupants.
A grand jury will consider evidence against a Bowling Green woman accused of causing a fatal crash on Louisville Road.
Saturday, October 02, 2021
The areas surrounding Phil Moore Park were seemingly transformed into World War II battlefields of south France on Saturday when the nonprofit Honoring Our Heroes hosted its third annual Operation Anvil World War II reenactment.
The stories of each survivor are harrowing, but the faces attached to each story give off resilience.
The Medical Center at Bowling Green reported Friday morning that it had 42 COVID-19 patients. That’s the lowest total since Aug. 13, when officials first said the hospital was operating at full capacity.
Friday, October 01, 2021
Tensions boiled over during a Warren County Board of Education meeting as parents showed up to bicker with board members for continuing universal masking – despite evidence the policy has helped cut cases and quarantines and kept more children in school.
A Bowling Green man was arrested Thursday on drug charges after reportedly attempting to elude law enforcement.
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