1. Trash Collection

    Road conditions may slow down trash collection schedule

    Trash collection in the City of Henderson and services at the landfill/transfer station will be operating on a different schedule this week but road conditions may slow down the schedule. Please be patient. Read on...
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    Frigid weather is back. Take precautions to protect pipes

    Extremely frigid temperatures are headed back our way for a few days so you might want to take precautions to protect your water lines. Read on...
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    Ninth-annual Rotary Trivia Night coming up on Feb. 3

    Ninth-annual Rotary Trivia Night, which funds scholarships and grants to local non-profits, is coming up on Feb. 3 at Holy Name Cafeteria. Read on...
  4. City Seal

    Commission starts program of work for second year of term

    The City of Henderson Board of Commissioners started a program of work for the second year of a two-year term when it held its first 2018 meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 9. Read on...
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    Events at HCC to honor legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    The legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be honored with several events at Preston Arts Center on the campus of Henderson Community College over the next month. Read on...
  6. HCCCampus

    Enrollment at HCC increased during fall semester

    Henderson Community College ended the fall 2017 term unofficially with 1,490 students as compared to 1,323 total student headcount from fall 2016. This is an increase of 12.6 percent. Read on...
  7. Beekeeping

    Audubon Beekeepers to host annual Bee School in March

    Audubon Beekeepers will host their Annual Bee School on Saturday, March 3. The day of workshops will take place at Henderson County Cooperative Extension Expo Center, 3341 Zion Road in Henderson. Read on...
  8. HPD

    HPD hosting another session of Citizen's Academy

    The Henderson Police Department will host its spring session of Citizen's Academy starting March 13. The eight-week course takes place from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesdays at HPD, located at 1990 Barret Court in Henderson. Read on...
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    OVAL hosting 'Remembering Emily' Exhibit at Citi-Center Gallery

    Ohio Valley Art League is presenting a new photography exhibit titled "Remembering Emily" at the OVAL Citi-Center Gallery in downtown Henderson. The memorial exhibit features the work of the late local photographer Emily Mabee. Read on...
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    Preston Arts Center presenting Jazz On-Stage Series

    The Preston Arts Center has announced a new programming venture that will bring the best in jazz to Henderson. Read on...
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    Protect your pets during winter weather

    Temperatures have plummeted throughout the region and will be sticking around for the next several days, so there are things that pet owners need to do to keep pets warm and healthy. Read on...
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    Severe cold spell creates firefighting challenges

    Working outdoors in extreme cold is always challenging regardless of the work, but when water is involved the hazards multiply. That’s what the Henderson Fire Department has been dealing with this last several days as the temperatures have plummeted. Read on...
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    Library to offer several tech classes in January

    Technology can become simpler in January through participation in the Henderson County Public Library's series of Tech Classes. Read on...
  14. MMOVAL

    OVAL to host Mixed Media Workshop Series at Preston Arts Center

    Ohio Valley Art League will host a series of workshops during January on working with mixed media. Read on...
  15. City Seal

    Downtown parking vouchers to be available starting Jan. 2.

    Parking ticket vouchers that will over-ride an overtime parking violation will be available to downtown businesses in good standing starting Tuesday, Jan. 2. Read on...
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    Cable TV rates going up in January within City of Henderson

    The two companies that provide cable television services in the City of Henderson have notified City officials that they will be adjusting their rates in January. Most of the adjustments are increases. Read on...
  17. EAgleWatch

    Eagle Watch Weekends available at Kentucky State Parks

    A unique Kentucky State Park tradition – Eagle Watch Weekends – will be offered once again in January and February 2018. Read on...
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    Henderson County Recycling sets it holiday season schedule

    Henderson County Recycling has announced its schedule for the holiday season. The center will be closed for Veterans Day in addition to Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. Read on...
  19. New storm siren operational

    The emergency storm siren located at U.S. 41 and Watson Lane is functional again. Read More
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    Vision Plan goals falling into place at one-year mark

    One year ago, the results of the Henderson Vision Plan were released in a report that revealed where residents, local business owners and community leaders think the community should be headed in the future. It's time to check in. Read More
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