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Zoning change OK'd for Wallace Avenue property

A move to re-zone more than 22 acres off Leitchfield's Wallace Avenue near Twin Lakes Regional Medical Center has cleared its first hurdle. The area in question is roughly 22.34 acres on the southeast corner of Wallace Avenue, across from the Kelley Medical Center side of the TLRMC complex. Monday

GRAYSONRECORD.COM - 2017-12-15 02:45:00

Hardin County native a hit-maker

Cecilia native Michael J Tho-mas was taking a break from Christmas shopping this week and stopped in a restaurant to check his email when he found out he landed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Smooth Jazz Natio-nal Airplay chart. "The whole place knew," Tho-mas said. "I was pretty much jumping up an

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-15 07:19:26

ERVIN "FREDDIE" JONES

Ervin "Freddie" Jones, 61 of Horse Cave, passed away Wednesday, December 13, 2017, at his mother's residence. He was a native of Hart County and a member of the carpenters and millwrights union local 3223. He is survived by his mother, Beverly Hogan; three sisters, Deborah Broner of Horse Cave, Ange

WCLURADIO.COM

Closing, moving can be complicated

What happens when a property fails to appraise for the agreed-upon purchase price? In this market, this does not happen as often as it once did, but it still does occur. When a property does not appraise for the asking price, the seller and buyer have several options. The appraised price can be appe

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-17 00:00:16

Heritage Council members support Room in the Inn

Krista Levee, executive director of the Elizabeth-town Heritage Council, presented a check Nov. 30 totaling $4,195 to Room in the Inn. The donation was a result of proceeds from EHC's Dine Around Downtown event Nov. 11. Room in the Inn is a nonprofit organization that offers shelter for the homeless

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-15 23:43:00

HMH responds to sale concerns

Hardin Memorial Health officials are addressing some concerns raised by Hardin County residents about the potential sale to Baptist Health. Earlier this month, a group of former elected officials wrote a letter to the editor to The News-Enterprise voicing questions and concerns about a perceived lac

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-15 05:10:00

Forced from his downtown camp, homeless man loses another leg after winding up in the hospital

Byron "Roc" Peeler was off the streets, out of the cold and in a warm downtown Louisville hotel room when he noticed a foul stench coming from his left foot. The man who has emerged as a face of the city's homeless was already missing his right leg - the fallout of a 2013 hit-and-run accident - and

COURIER-JOURNAL

RPD arrests man after Facebook threat

Police arrested a Radcliff man Thursday in connection with a threat posted on Facebook saying he would blow up a school. Radcliff Chief Jeff Cross said the department received a call Thurs-day about a person who had posted a picture of himself on Face-book in a ski mask and jacket. The post did not

NEWS ENTERPRISE

Firefighter killed battling Thomas fire as powerful winds pose new threat

A firefighter died Thursday while battling the Thomas fire as authorities braced for new powerful winds that could pose threats to homes in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. Officials said a combination of Santa Ana and sundowner winds will hit the area from Thursday through Sunday, bringing new d

LA TIMES - 2017-12-15 03:40:00

Man who was shot and killed found at crash scene in Santa Ana

A man who had been shot was found unconscious behind the wheel of a crashed pick-up truck, police said Saturday, Dec. 16. At 10:42 p.m. Friday Santa Ana police received calls of a shooting followed by calls of a crash in the area of Bristol Street and McFadden Avenue, said Santa Ana police. Officers

OCREGISTER - 2017-12-16 18:19:55

Man Shot, Killed While Driving In Santa Ana

SANTA ANA (CBSLA) - A man was shot to death while driving in Santa Ana, police said Saturday. The shots were reported at 10:43 p.m. Friday in the area of South Bristol Street and McFadden Avenue, Santa Ana Police Cmdr. Michael Claborn said. The victim, driving a compact pickup truck, was driving sou

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-12-16 05:00:16

Three arrested following police pursuit from Santa Ana to the Corona area

SANTA ANA - Three people in a stolen car were arrested Friday night, Dec. 15, after a police pursuit that began in Santa Ana and ended near Corona. Shortly before 9 p.m. Santa Ana officers attempted to pull over a stolen Nissan Sentra near the intersection of Broadway and Cubbon Street, said Santa A

OCREGISTER - 2017-12-16 07:24:57

Police Chase Ends in Freeway Crash

A chase ended Friday night in a crash on the 91 Freeway in Anaheim Hills. The pursuit started in Santa Ana on a report of a stolen car. It ended on the 91 Freeway in Anaheim Hills when the car lost control, crashed and came to a stop on the freeway shoulder. Several people were detained on the freew

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-12-16 05:36:59

Raging Thomas fire has a potential to become largest on record in California

Ever since the Thomas fire erupted Dec. 4, it has steadily burned its way up the list of California's largest wildfires since the Great Depression. That list, however, does not include what some consider to be California's largest known wildfire - the 1889 Santiago Canyon fire, which scorched 300,00

LA TIMES - 2017-12-16 22:50:00

Battle Against Thomas Fire Estimated to Cost $96.9 Million After Blaze Scorched 259K Acres

The massive Thomas Fire exploded to 259,000 acres by Saturday after it scorched through Ventura and Santa Barbara County for a 12th day. Fire crews have been able to contain the monstrous blaze by 40 percent and expect it to be fully contained by Jan. 7, 2018. Dry heat and Santa Ana winds have posed

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-12-16 12:52:39

A PINCH OF SALT: In The Line Of Fire

It's been one hell of a week - literally - for parts of Southern California. Wildfires long have been a part of life here. All the ingredients are readily available - lots of vegetation, not much rain and plenty of people around to find a way to create ignition. Add our unique Santa Ana winds and an

GAZETTE NEWSPAPERS - 2017-12-16 14:00:00

Utopia is a land of Italian, eclectic food and art in Long Beach

Who knew that Utopia was in Long Beach diagonally across from a Courtyard by 0 and a Best Western Plus? I always figured that Utopia, as first envisioned by Sir Thomas More in 1516, was indeed an idyllic island in the southern Atlantic. But no, there it is at First Street and Linden Avenue, a very p

LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM - 2017-12-16 18:54:42

SHOP SMALL: The Belmont Offers Gift Of Good Health

Editor's Note: For the sixth consecutive year, The Grunion Gazette is highlighting a few of the many outstanding and unique mom-and-pop retail and service businesses in the city, featuring four different ones each week from Thanksgiving through Christmas. We're doing this because we understand the v

GAZETTE NEWSPAPERS - 2017-12-16 22:00:00

Long Beach Health, Human Services Department Receives $150,000 Grant

The Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services (LBDHHS) received a $150,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for bicycle and pedestrian education programs, according to a release. The grant helps the Walk and Roll Long Beach program provide free youth pedestrian/bike

GAZETTE NEWSPAPERS - 2017-12-16 14:00:00

Police searching after Long Beach man, 86, goes missing

LONG BEACH - Police Friday were striving to locate an 86-year-old man who was last seen at his home in Long Beach. Carmelo "Ricky" Beltran doesn't know his own name and only speaks Spanish. He was last seen Thursday evening in the 800 block of Gardenia Avenue, according to the Long Beach Police Depa

LONG BEACH PRESS-TELEGRAM - 2017-12-16 02:30:10