As Halloween approaches during the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Andy Beshear’s office has released protocols to keep children and parents safe through the holiday.
An unseasonably cool start to the 30th annual Hopkinsville Community College Foundation Mike Foster Golf Scramble amid the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t chill the enthusiasm of the 34 teams that showed up for cash prizes totaling $1,500 and the chance to win a 2020 Honda Accord or $30,000 in cash…
Mayoral candidates Wendell Lynch (D) and James R. Knight (R) met Tuesday during the first of a series of candidates debates hosted by the Hopkinsville League of Women Voters.
Hopkinsville Ward 1 Councilman Darvin Adams (D) and Republican challenger Natasha Francis met once again Tuesday to share their views on several issues facing the city.
This Friday, the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes and Blue Star Families will team up to distribute a week’s worth of packaged food, fresh produce, personal care items and other resources to 400 local veterans and their families.
Christian County Public Schools Superintendent Chris Bentzel and Communications Director John Rittenhouse announced Hopkinsville football will have to undergo a two-week quarantine due to COVID-19.
The Hopkinsville-Christian County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is prepared to have its first official election in 18 years this November.
Hopkinsville City Council will move its council and committee of the whole meetings back to online only beginning in October. The move was made based on recommendations of the Christian County Health Department after the Kentucky incident rating system marked Christian County as a “critical”…
The Christian County Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual State of the Community update via Zoom Thursday with city and county officials providing updates on fiscal budgets, community progress and challenges amid the pandemic.
Hopkinsville Committee of the Whole voted Tuesday to forward the small business stimulus program to city council for approval and to form a subcommittee to re-evaluate how the city will spend the rest of the $2.23 million it received for COVID-19 relief reimbursement.
Christian County Sheriff Tyler DeArmond announced Monday the creation of the 2020 Christian County Sheriff’s Office Citizen’s Sheriff Academy.
Helping Hands Dental clinic, which operates as Blount Rural Health Center in Elkton, is getting $42,000 to purchase the equipment needed for a new general dentistry workstation.
Christian Health Center in Hopkinsville is working to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the long-term care facility after 30 residents and six staff members tested positive for the virus.
The VFW Post 1913 hosted its annual 9/11 remembrance ceremony Friday morning to recognize those who lost their lives in the largest terrorist attack in American history and to honor the first-responders who saved many others.
The sixth annual Hopkinsville Antique Tractor and Engine Show will roll on Saturday despite the pandemic but with scaled back festivities and plenty of room to show off the machines.
A new Gold Star Families Memorial Monument honoring the families of servicemen and women who sacrificed their lives while serving in the military is currently being planned at Fort Campbell.
U.S. Senate Democratic candidate Amy McGrath came in hot on her opponent’s track record Thursday during a campaign stop in Christian County.
The Christian County High School Percussion Ensemble and the Christian County High School Concert Choir have been selected to perform at the KMEA Professional Development Conference in February 2021.
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Department for Public Health updated its guidance to say that students, teachers and staff should wear face masks at all times in school and on buses, except when actively eating or drinking, unless the person has a medical waiver.
Hopkinsville City Council voted Tuesday to go back to the drawing board on the recommended spending plan for COVID-19 Relief Funds and voted to keep the property tax rate the same as last year’s rate.
A local group of citizens that came together in March to help Nashville residents recover from tornado damage is now organizing a free barbecue to feed Hopkinsville’s homeless population.
The first day of the 2020-2021 school year for Christian County Public Schools looked a lot different than years before.
Heritage Christian Academy sent a letter to parents Wednesday confirming that at least one person at the school has tested positive for COVID-19.