The Kimbels know, to the penny, how much it costs to keep their new, all-electric home in Jeffersontown’s Stone Lakes subdivision running every day, year-round.
The 2010 King of the Bluegrass came to a close Wednesday night and while it may have been cold outside, the action was red hot inside Fairdale High School. Here is a re-cap of the day's act.
Last season the 7th Region was one of the toughest regions in the state. With several top prospects returning, this year will be no different. duPont Manual, Sacred Heart and defending state champions Mercy all return talented teams.
Long before the advent of McMansion-lined subdivisions, Plainview was thought of as a kind of Pleasantville off Hurstbourne Parkway (and still is by many).
Another exciting season of high school basketball is just around the corner. Here is a look at the top 10 teams in the state.
Before heading out on your own Halloween eve adventures, bring your kids out to Jeffersontown's Farmer's Market Pavilion for trick-or-treating, free food and beverages and live music.
Volunteer students put on this annual event on Oct. 25; it's open to all kids 12 and under.
Elvis in a Caddy. High school marching bands. Horsedrawn carriages. Shriners in dunebuggies. Tumblin' tots. Could only mean one thing...
We've seen runners, walkers, custom and classic cars, motorcycles and a golf scramble. And they're just getting warmed up.
Moore's DeOndre McWhorter is one of the top prospects in Region Seven. The 6-foot-9 center continues to work on his game and it's paying off. I caught up with Moore coach Larry Miller at the Derek Smith Shootout and spoke with him about his player.
Tony Kimbro made headlines around the state last week when he decided to transfer back to the city of Louisville and play his senior season at Jeffersontown. I caught up with Kimbro and asked him about his decision.
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