A Hopkinsville forum Tuesday night will cover a range of public safety issues, from policing to fire protection and the city’s water supply.
At Thursday’s unveiling of the Hopkinsville Community College Round Table literary magazine, a college professor and a student from Lacy Elementary read their poems aloud.
Christian County Head Start’s community day was well-attended on Wednesday with a steady crowd coming through the doors for information on local agencies and offerings.
The Christian County Board of Education will discuss declaring Lacy, Belmont and Holiday Elementary as surplus property on Thursday in order to move forward with selling the three buildings.
The 65th Hopkinsville Rotary Auction is underway, and the Rotarians are looking to reel in at least $350,000 to support a program that offers local grads the chance to attend college tuition-free.
Update: Since this story was published, Randy Pierce has received numerous phone calls from people wanting to help, some coming from as far away as Georgia. Pierce says he has a plan in place and the help he needs to get the handprints returned to the Knapp family, and he wants to thank everyone who offered their assistance.
The Cadiz Rotary Auction finished Friday night at the Cadiz Baptist Church’s annex with a rush of emotion and bidding after they officially broke their $200,000 goal before the night began.
A third-grader from Holiday Elementary can’t understand why someone would abuse a child.
In recognition of efforts to better public health, the city of Hopkinsville received the 2015 Kentucky Public Health Association Group Award on Wednesday.
Through its Christian County Crime Stoppers program, the Hopkinsville Police Department is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the Hopkinsville man police believe shot Demario Bennett in the head Thursday outside a local apartment complex.
Local artist Linda Pierce has one of her pieces — an acrylic painting of her seventh grandchild in a pumpkin patch during harvest — hanging alongside 24 other works of art at the Rotunda of the Capitol building in Frankfort.
Volunteers are being sought in 46 Kentucky counties, including Christian, to review cases of children placed in foster care.
A 23-year-old Hopkinsville man has succumbed to his injuries after being shot in the head Thursday during a fight at Campbell Place Apartments.
When Wesley Holder, 24, and Adam Ross, 29, set off on a 300-mile bike ride to Gatlinburg, Tennessee, last weekend it wasn’t the craziest thing either of them had ever done.
Hopkinsville police were still searching Friday for the man accused of shooting 23-year-old DeMario Bennett, who remained at Vanderbilt University Medical Center and reportedly was not expected to survive.
A man charged with complicity to first degree robbery was arrested Wednesday night in Evansville, Indiana, after Trigg County Sheriff’s deputies asked the community for help finding him.
The Hopkinsville City Council approved a measure authorizing the mayor to spend up to $13,000 on way-finding signage downtown as part of the Renaissance Long-Range Planning and Coordination Committee’s recommendation.
The resident of a home woke to multiple gunshots hitting the walls of his home and vehicle early Tuesday morning, but was not injured, according to Hopkinsville police.
Trigg County deputies were called around 8 p.m.Sunday to a home on Rich Circle in Trigg County for a home invasion.
At Stanford University’s PrakashLab in California, an interesting marriage between origami and science is taking place, and somehow Jonathan Kinnard, a sophomore at University Heights Academy, has worked himself into the fold.