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Neighbors

  • Watch for the footsteps

    The silence on Cry Baby Bridge was broken only by chirping of crickets, the forlorn call of a lone owl echoing in the darkness and the gurgle of water underneath.

    Oh, and yes, also, a faintly, ghostly whispering.

    Was it the wind in the trees, or the spirit of a young mother that reputedly drove herself and her infant to their deaths off the bridge many years ago?

    A paranormal investigation at the bridge Thursday, located on Bellview Road in Shelby County, left ghost hunters uncertain.

  • Budding builders

    "I'm going to be an architect," said D'mauri Crowder, as he studied a pile of LEGO blocks while working on a project at the Shelby County Public Library.

    "He's not kidding, either," said his mother, Katrina Blackburn, as she watched Crowder, 7, and his little brother, Darrion, 4, arrange their blocks at the library's LEGO Night, which falls on the last Thursday of each month.

    "He is always sitting around drawing, sketching things he's says he's going to build someday," she said.

  • Finchville festival welcomes in fall

    Finchville Days 2014

  • Charm and grace

    Nestled like a sparkling jewel in a quiet neighborhood near Todds Point Road, the home of Bruce and Ruth Pearce exudes almost as much beauty and charm as its mistress, Ruth Pearce, who sits with her husband sipping ice-cold lemonade on the screened-in back porch of their Civil War-era Victorian style home. 

    "We love it here and I guess you could say this is our favorite place. We eat out here a lot and we just love the scenery," she said.

  • 2014 Shelbyville Horse Show Jubilee

    Visitors to the 2014 Shelbyville Horse Show Jubilee had some hot fun Saturday downtown, and in some cases, some fun ran hot and cold, as with the ice cream eating contest.

  • Old locks give new twist to architect's dream home

    Inside stuff:

    Address:139 Fox Run

    Owners:Neal and Barbara Hammon

    Statistics:3,500 square feet, 2 stories, 8 rooms, 6 working fireplaces

    Architecture:Colonial/federal

    Built: 1977;designed by Neal Hammon

    Accoutrements:All locks in the house made between 1820 and 1860

     

  • Fourth of July in Shelby

    Festivals at Clear Creek Park and in Simpsonville had huge turnouts on the Fourth of July, where crowds enjoyed good food, music, games, and of course, fireworks.

  • A Kentucky Proud yard

    The temperatures may be rising into the nineties this week but Joan Brown, known to many locals as the Road Kill Chef, isn’t slowing down in her garden.

    “Sometimes I have to tell myself, Joan slow down you can’t work like you used to,” she said with a smile.

    But those years of hard work are being recognized.

  • Meat your neighbor

    Meat is probably the least transparent business on earth. 

    Our desire for cheap meat has created an industrial system that sates the American appetite of an estimated 200 pounds of meat per person each year.  That’s about twice the global average.  Plus, we seem to know very little about something we eat an awful lot. 

    The industrial meat business is predominately a closed system that takes place behind gated complexes, far from the potential consumer. 

  • Graduation 2014

    Graduation Day 2014 was Saturday and Shelby's seniors celebrated with joys and tears.