Kentucky Attorney General, Andy Beshear is warning citizens about another way scam phone calls could take money. When calling back an unknown number, people could be connected to someone collecting toll fees, similar to calling a 1-900 number. Beshear said the best advice is to not return unknown phone calls and to review phone bills for bogus charges.
A local organization is taking part in a state-wide day of fundraising. Central Kentucky Community Foundation will be partnering with several other nonprofits throughout the area. Kentucky Gives is tomorrow. In 2018, local nonprofits raised over $18,000 during the 24-hour event.
A charity event for a Bardstown clinic is taking place this June. The Nelson County Community Clinic’s “Run for the Health Of It” family fundraiser will serve to gather funds for the clinic itself. The race will begin at 8am on June the 8th and will feature awards, door prizes, t-shirts, and more. Those wanting to participate can register online at rivercityraces.com or can call the clinic for a registration form.
A Larue County business is celebrating the retirement of one of their long time employees. Mrs. May Owens, employee at La-Ha’s in Hodgenville will be retiring this weekend. Mrs. May’s last day working will be Saturday.