In 2012 Bowling Green celebrated 200 years of incorporation as a Kentucky city.
These are excerpts from the 1902-03 catalog for the Potter College for Young Ladies, a precursor to the modern-day Potter College of Arts &…
It is rare that someone can say they can’t get any of their health care needs met in Bowling Green.
Darel Carrier has watched high school sports in Warren County ebb and flow through the years.
In 19th century Bowling Green, the Underwood family was the closest thing to a political dynasty.
Government and business officials here continue to try to recruit commercial air service for the Bowling Green-Warren County Regional Airport.
It started with a common mosquito, the Aedes aegypti.
“The Philistines are upon us,” wrote Johanna Louisa “Josie” Underwood in her Bowling Green diary in 1861.
Those who haven’t been to the Western Kentucky University campus in 10 years or longer will probably have trouble finding their way, as the ca…
First known as the L&N Turnpike and later as U.S. 31-W or the Dixie Highway, the road is a major corridor through Kentucky and Bowling Green.