A candlelight vigil is set for 7 tonight in Oak Grove for 5-year-old MarQuana DeWayne' McClure, who died Friday after being struck by a pickup truck on Pembroke Oak Grove Road.
Kentucky State Police Post 2 in Madisonville is investigating a fatal collision in Oak Grove that killed a 5-year-old girl and injured an 11-year-old girl.
Local business owner and farmer James Roy Knight Jr. announced his official candidacy for Hopkinsville mayor Thursday evening.
The Stadium of Champions was an arena of empty seats Friday evening as Christian County Public Schools hosted the Class of 2020 commencement ceremonies virtually on YouTube and the CCPS website.
The Christian County Sheriff’s Office announced Thursday that the Christian County Justice Center will be reopening Monday for selected activities. Court appearances and license functions will be available.
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MSSC Inc., a group company of Mitsubishi Steel Mfg. Co., Ltd., announced plans to end stabilizer bar operations at its Hopkinsville plant today.
The Local Development Corporation has agreed to partner with the Hopkinsville-Christian County YMCA to get USDA grant funding for building repairs.
As Kentucky’s travel ban ends ahead of the Memorial Day weekend, several state agencies remind travelers of safety on the road and while boating.
In an article that ran in Wednesday’s Kentucky New Era, a quote was attributed to the wrong councilman. It was Councilman Paul Henson who clarified his vote in favor of nonpartisan elections.
Liquidation Outlet of KY is just one of many stores that reopened Wednesday after the COVID-19 shutdown, implementing new precautions to help keep customers safe and the virus at bay.
The United Way of the Pennyrile was the recent recipient of $35,000 from Altria Group to support immediate local coronavirus relief efforts.
By a vote of 7-4, Hopkinsville City Council approved nonpartisan city elections on first reading, but not without some firm objection from most of the black council members.
Hopkinsville City Councilman Darvin A. Adams I released a letter to the media at 5 p.m. Tuesday, urging his fellow council members to table the first reading of the nonpartisan election ordinance at tonight's meeting.
Registration is now open for the inaugural visual arts camp presented by smARTS, Students Meeting the Arts, program of the Pennyroyal Arts Council will be from June 15 to June 19 on stage at the Alhambra Theatre.
Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library is going virtual with its annual summer reading program, introducing “Beanstack” to the community as virtual option for the annual summer read program. The program is sponsored by Planters Bank and begins Tuesday and ends July 11.
The Downtown Farmers Market is being allowed to operate under a food exemption clause of the essential/life sustaining businesses order and that until such a time that operations are allowed to resume as normal — hand-crafted vendors are not allowed to participate at this time unless they pr…
Keshonda Green, 25, Hopkinsville, allegedly made forced entry into an apartment on Clay Street where her ex-boyfriend, Jamal Hopson, 41, Hopkinsville, was with another woman early Monday morning.
Christian County Elections Coordinator Melinda Humphries has worked on local elections for 20 years, and every season, she said the idea of Hopkinsville switching to nonpartisan elections is a hot topic.
On a day when some Kentucky businesses were allowed to reopen to the public, the parent company of Gordmans prepared to close all its stores for good. Stage Stores revealed Sunday that it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Matthew Boehman has been chosen as the next principal of Christian County High School. The CCHS site based decision making council announced the appointment virtually Tuesday night after a lengthy closed session.
The coronavirus has dramatically changed how Kentucky will conduct the upcoming election. After the May primary election was moved to June 23, local election officials began planning how the election will happen with social distancing guidelines.
Hopkinsville city department heads gave more details to the Committee of the Whole Thursday about how they reached the 4% cut to operational expenses in their upcoming budget requests.
Todd Fiscal Court voted Friday to purchase iPads for its five magistrates and Coroner Timothy Wells to use for work at home or in the field.
J. Christopher McNeill is the newest judge of the Kentucky Court of Appeals after being sworn in from his home in Paducah by Chief Justice of Kentucky John D. Minton Jr.
Hopkinsville Committee of the Whole considered not giving city employees a cost-of-living raise in Fiscal Year 2020-2021 during Thursday’s special-called meeting to review of the upcoming budget, but instead decided to lower it.
In recognition of May as Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in reminding motorists and motorcyclists to “share the road” conscientiously and courteously to help prevent crashes, injuries and deaths o…
Hopkinsville Parks and Recreation announced Tuesday that the fifth annual Summer Salute Festival scheduled for Aug. 28 and 29 has been canceled due to potential crowd size concerns related to COVID-19.
United States Attorney Russell Coleman announced Tuesday the charging of Jeremiah Wooley, 25, Kevil, for possession of an unregistered firearm (destructive device).
Christian County High School senior Tyquez Douglas signed his national letter of intent to play football at Thomas More University via Zoom on Monday.
Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center is asking recovered COVID-19 patients to donate plasma to help those still fighting the virus.