The region’s growing Hindu population is set to celebrate the opening of the ISSO Shree Swaminarayan Hindu Temple on May 27.
Thursday, May 19, 2022
Bowling Green city commissioners on Tuesday authorized a bid for construction of a roundabout at Westen Street and Rockingham Avenue.
Continuing efforts to recover from the December tornadoes, Bowling Green’s Operation PRIDE nonprofit organization will hold an event to help replace trees lost to the storm.
Wednesday, May 18, 2022
A city police detective divulged more information Wednesday about an investigation into an alleged kidnapping and rape that led to two arrests.
Bowling Green artist and retired Western Kentucky University art professor Ivan Schieferdecker had been planning to show some of his works at an exhibit in a local gallery this month.
The Sloan Convention Center will host Bowling GreenCon, a comic book convention and pop culture event, on Sunday.
WKU PBS and WKU Public Radio will sponsor Lost River Sessions LIVE! at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Capitol Arts Center.
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Reshaping of Warren County's government started Tuesday with a landslide victory in the primary election for the top office, a few surprises, and some new faces hoping to take their place on fiscal court.
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Casting ballots in the primary election proved to be a secondary activity for most Warren Countians – at least based on turnout for early voting.
The effort to establish an Entertainment Destination Center in downtown Bowling Green is moving into the action phase.
Monday, May 16, 2022
Even as his colleagues in Congress move closer to approving a $40 billion aid package for war-torn Ukraine, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Bowling Green, isn’t backing down on his stance of questioning the spending.
A pair of crashes on Nashville Road caused multiple injuries and resulted in two arrests.
A trial scheduled to begin Tuesday involving a Bowling Green man accused of shooting his girlfriend’s son has been moved back five months, and the defendant is seeking to have his police statements suppressed.
Hoping to better accommodate large trucks that travel through the area, the Warren County Public Works Department is making plans to improve the roundabout built in 2020 at Elrod Road and Smallhouse Road.
Sunday, May 15, 2022
The dormant fairy garden tour presented by the Bowling Green Garden Club is blooming once again.
Hundreds of people brought healthy appetites downtown Saturday evening for The Med Center Health Foundation’s second annual Food Truck Frenzy.
RUSSELLVILLE – A Logan County man pleaded guilty to several offenses stemming from a 2020 crash that killed two people.
Ruth Rabold was not shy about stating what she thought of the shoddy landscaping around the Warren County Courthouse.
Even as its apartment component continues to be developed, the centerpiece of The Hub development along Lovers Lane is nearing completion.
Saturday, May 14, 2022
Western Kentucky University has asked a judge to dismiss what it terms a “scattershot and indiscriminate complaint” containing “a self-serving and baseless set of allegations” filed by former WKU general counsel Deborah Wilkins against the university and several of its top officials.
A man wanted in connection with a deadly shooting in Todd County was captured Saturday in Logan County.
Friday, May 13, 2022
The attorney for a man facing sentencing in a large-scale methamphetamine conspiracy has disputed the extent of his involvement in the operation and has requested a mandatory minimum sentence.
Two people were arrested Friday after police investigated a rape complaint.
A drug investigation led to the arrest Thursday of a Bowling Green man suspected of selling fentanyl.
Thursday, May 12, 2022
Charles Hardcastle calls himself “just an instigator,” downplaying his own role in building successful businesses and winning local political offices over a long career.
Efforts to help inmates reenter society and reduce recidivism are bringing accolades and having some dollars-and-cents benefits for the Warren County Regional Jail.
An Allen County man has been indicted on federal drug charges.
Visitors at Lost River Cave have been enjoying the beauty of the Charlie Miller Butterfly Habitat for years, observing such native species as the monarch, painted lady, red admiral and others.
Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Another Warren County magistrate candidate has seen his hopes of serving on Warren Fiscal Court come to a premature end.
Following the conviction of a man accused of hiring someone to kill his girlfriend’s father, the person alleged to have been hired for the deadly job may be on the verge of resolving his case.
Public service through nonprofit organizations and civic groups has always come with its own rewards for India Unseld, even as she has worked as part of the management team at Bowling Green’s Guarantee Pest Control.
With a new makeup of county government at stake, Warren County voters will go to the polls this week and next in a primary election that will reflect changes in how elections are conducted.
A man serving a federal firearm sentence faces a new indictment accusing him of escaping from the custody of the Warren County Regional Jail.
Wired for Good, a two-day festival to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, will be Friday and Saturday at the SOKY Fairgrounds, 955 Glen Lily Road.
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Sandy Jones Boussard, a former Bowling Green mayor who filed in November to run for the first district magistrate seat on Warren Fiscal Court, has dropped out of the race.
A week before his case was to go to trial, a Bowling Green man admitted killing two women at an apartment in 2018.
Ernie is getting the band back together – and for a good cause.
Monday, May 09, 2022
The prosecutor in a deadly shooting that occurred in downtown Bowling Green last year has asked for a trial date.
Downtown Bowling Green will once again be the meeting point of a variety of tasty food offerings from across the region.
David Bell has written more than a dozen books, but his latest story set to release this summer will take aim at the lengths both students and colleges will go to survive in a resource-starved academic world.
Recovering from a natural disaster is not just about rebuilding a home or business.
Pickleball enthusiasts have been making a racket with their constant play at the four outdoor courts installed at Basil Griffin Park less than three years ago.
Sunday, May 08, 2022
The Bowling Green Independent School District will make a significant change to its preschool program this coming school year.
Friday, May 06, 2022
Citing rampant inflation and the need to retain employees, Warren Fiscal Court on Friday approved an 8% cost-of-living pay increase for all county employees along with another round of premium pay using federal funds.
Gusty winds and hard rain from a storm that blew through the southern part of Warren County on Thursday caused some property damage.
A single-vehicle crash Thursday on Interstate 165 resulted in the death of a Bowling Green man.
A Glasgow man was arrested Wednesday after allegations surfaced that he exposed himself to two children.
Even before April’s announcement that a 2,000-employee electric-vehicle battery plant was coming to the Kentucky Transpark, the industrial recruitment successes of the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce were getting national attention that ranks it among the top economic development orga…
Thursday, May 05, 2022
Women from more than 10 nations joined together Wednesday to celebrate and share their cultural experiences in honor of Eid al-Fitr, otherwise known as the end of Ramadan.
A Bowling Green man has been accused of sexually abusing five children over the course of the previous eight years.
Ethan Burden was in his happy place Sunday night.
A Barren County Sheriff’s Office deputy who was shot by a Glasgow Police Department officer while they were attempting to apprehend a suspect has been awarded more than $5 million by a jury as a result of a lawsuit against the officer.
Houchens Industries, in cooperation with other local companies, has launched a program to assist those impacted by the December tornadoes.
Wednesday, May 04, 2022
Now it’s up to Frankfort.
Jacob Cuarta, who has worked for a rapidly growing water utility in Florida, has been selected to lead the Warren County Water District, itself among the fastest-growing water and sewer providers in Kentucky.
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