Today's News

  • TRIPLE S PLANNING COMMISSION: Storage facility on Midland Trail expanding

    The Triple S Planning Commission Tuesday approved a preliminary planned unit development for the Space Center Storage self-storage facility at 1990 Midland Trail in Shelbyville, while also helping easing the concerns of neighboring homes.

    The development plans a 66,000-square-foot expansion on five acres adjacent to the existing facility that will stretch to the west and include additional storage space and possibly some covered vehicle parking in the back.

  • Triple S sticks on better buildings

    The Triple S Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday made a statement to commit to quality building materials and ensuring that new buildings fit into the surrounding environment with the decision recommend against proposed zone change at Smithfield Road and Sanford Lane in Shelbyville.

    The request was to change the zoning from Residential R3 to R4 for a proposed 96-unit apartment complex near the fairgrounds on Smithfield Road. The 5.2-acre development also included more than 2 acres of green space, per regulations.

  • Titans fall to Lexington Catholic

     The Collins baseball team moves to 10-10 on the season after suffering a loss against Lexington Catholic 8-1. 

    The Knights struck first in the top of the first inning scoring two runs on a homerun from Peyton Henry.

    The Titans would pull within one in the bottom of the fourth after Brandon Ethington hit a sacrifice fly to bring Tyler White home.

  • Out at Home

     The Shelby County baseball team returned to action Wednesday night as they traveled to Ballard to take on the Bruins.

    And one great play by Ballard sealed the 1-0 win for the home team.

    J.P. Marcum, down to his final strike with the Rockets’ trailing 1-0 in the bottom top of the seventh, ripped a grounder through in the gap between shortstop and third.

  • Ballard named Director of Golf Operations at ULGC

     There is a new Director of Golf Operations at the University of Louisville Golf Club. John Ballard, former Golf Course Superintendent was recently promoted to the position to oversee the entire facility.

  • Stapled shut

     The Collins softball team moved to 6-7 on the season, picking up back-to-back wins against Anderson and Carroll counties. Each outing, pitcher Ella Staples went the distance to aid the Titans in grabbing a victory.


    Collins 4,
    Carroll County 1

    The Titans got on the board in the bottom of the first inning Wednesday after a wild pitch from Panther pitcher Andrea Searcy brought Kennedy Clark home.

  • Changed date for Titan Football Camp

     The Collins High School Youth Football Camp will be May 22nd and May 23rd at Titan Stadium from 6-8 pm.  You can pick up a camp form from Max Performance Physical Therapy or SJB Sports Legends in town, or stop by Collins and get one in the main office. You can also simply come between 5-6 pm on May 22nd and sign up then.  The cost is $20 and any siblings will be free.  We don't want any kid left out, so please see Coach Lucas about the price and we will work it out!

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  • Election 2019: Adkins, Henry campaign in Shelbyville

    A pair of Democratic candidates were some of the first to say they were at the Paddock Coffee Shop in Shelbyville. 

    Gubernatorial candidate Rocky Adkins and Secretary of State hopeful Heather French Henry hosted a meet-and-greet at the new event space, drawing multiple Shelby County residents, including some current and former fiscal court magistrates. 

    Henry was the first to speak. 

  • Shelby County Fiscal Court: State listens to road requests

    Representatives from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet appeared at Shelby County Fiscal Court to learn more about what the county needed from the state’s road department. 

    Representatives from KYTC came through Shelby County during a listening tour that would take them around the state. 

    The two members of the cabinet to speak included Gray Tomblyn II, the commissioner of rural and municipal aid, and Matt Bullock, the chief district engineer.