Two EF-1 tornadoes hit southeast of Hopkinsville Saturday morning, according to preliminary damage survey results released Sunday evening by the National Weather Service-Paducah. Teams are still surveying the area.
A Saturday morning storm blew through Christian County, damaging buildings and game fields, including the roof at the Christian County Public Schools bus garage.
Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks announced Monday afternoon that he will resign in order to accept the executive director position with the South Western Kentucky Economic Development Council.
Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks will be stepping down from the helm of the city following an announcement Monday that Hendricks, who was serving his second term as mayor, has been named the new executive director of the South Western Kentucky Economic Development Council.
The 6-year-old boy has been found safe after being reported missing Sunday evening from the 1200 block of East 18th Street, according to the Emergency Communications Center.
Gov. Andy Beshear and Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman announced new members of their team today, and Hopkinsville's Jeff Taylor will serve as commissioner for Business Development at the Cabinet for Economic Development.
Hopkinsville mom Idalia Luna thought she was enjoying a meal Sunday with her aunt, Aida Vega, at The Village Restaurant until a familiar embrace surrounded her at the table.
With temperatures set to drop below 20 degrees F, the Salvation Army of Hopkinsville will open its extreme weather event shelter from 7 p.m. tonight to 7 a.m. Tuesday in the Soup Kitchen at 313 E. Seventh St.
With the possibility of snow and icy roads this evening, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and Kentucky State Police are urging motorists to use extra caution while commuting.
Escaped Muhlenberg inmate Thomas Vaught was located by the Muhlenberg County Sheriff’s Department on Huehls Hill Street in Cleaton at approximately 1 p.m. today.
UPDATE: Robert Earl Torian has been located and arrested in Clarksville, according to a release from Hopkinsville police.
Starting today, Hopkinsville Public Works Department will be paving Earl Drive from West Seventh Street to Jeffrey Drive, Jeffrey Drive from Earl Drive to end-of-maintenance, and if time allows, Brame Drive from Sanderson Drive to end-of-maintenance.
A Hopkinsville woman is hosting a community water fight Friday afternoon to join the nationwide anti-gun-violence initiative and to remember her late uncle who was shot and killed last year.
Hopkinsville police are needing help identifying a man who robbed a U.S. Bank on Fort Campbell Boulevard in Hopkinsville this morning.
The Christian County Board of Education just announced that it will be holding a public hearing in the CCBE meeting room on Feb. 21, 2019 to hear public comments regarding a tax levy.
Harbor Freight Tools USA Inc. has announced several local job openings at online job sites including glassdoor.com and careerarc.com, where the company is seeking applicants for the following four positions, i.e., sales associates, sales supervisors, stocking associates and stocking supervisors.
The Hopkinsville Human Relations Commission has scheduled its Women’s History Month events and now needs nominations for its award and scholarship.
Ten categories of infrastructure received an overall grade of C- in the “2019 Report Card for Kentucky’s Infrastructure” released earlier this week by the Kentucky Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers, a press release from the society noted.
Some Oak Grove city employees received a tax refund recently they might not have been expecting. Not expecting, because it was money that should not have been taken from them to begin with.
Due to the Wind Chill Advisory Forecast, Christian County Public Schools grades Kindergarten - 12th Grade are on a two hour delay for the morning of Wednesday, January 30th, 2019.
The Kentucky New Era promoted one of its own to digital editor Monday. Jon Russelburg will focus on the digital presence and strategy of the newspaper while continuing to provide daily coverage of education and politics. He will analyze and experiment with existing and potential digital tools to help the New Era’s content better serve its current audience and reach new audiences.
A Kickstarter campaign intended to help Graham and Heather Dawson open their new business in the former Young Hardware location downtown is drawing near the end, and in the waning hours of the fundraiser, Graham Dawson said he was optimistic about reaching its $50,000 goal.
The Hopkinsville mayoral election is coming fast and the campaigns are in full swing. But how much does it cost to run for mayor of Hopkinsville in 2018?
Officials a week ago Monday posted signs in the local community signifying that Christian County is a Work Ready Community. The certification is a measure of the community’s workforce quality and assures business and industry that the county is committed to providing the highly skilled workf…
A coalition of organizations representing business, education advocates, civil rights groups and community leaders commend the Kentucky Department of Education and the Board of Education for attention to a more meaningful high school diploma that helps move more students from graduation to c…
Metro-Atlanta author Andrew Snorton, who is coming off appearances at the Literary Festival of Charlotte, the African-American Authors’ Festival in Nashville, and the Atlanta African-American Book Festival, is hosting a book-signing 4:30-6:30 p.m. Saturday at The Place 2B located at 1405 Wal…
In recognition of National 811 Day Saturday, Atmos Energy Corporation reminds homeowners, construction crews, and do-it-yourselfers to call 811 before digging into their next outdoor project.