The Hopkinsville Solid Waste Enterprise is reminding residents about its trash collection procedures.
A fax from the agency says no personal cans, nor will anything outside of a container be picked up by collectors.
If your dumpster won’t hold all of your garbage, the enterprise says you can request an additional container for four dollars a month. Residents are also reminded to not place anything other than household garbage in the dumpster and to bag all contents that are in the container.
Anyone with questions about the procedures should call the Solid Waste Enterprise at 887-6245.
Hopkinsville City Council member Ann Cherry was back in Circuit Court this morning for a pre-trial hearing, though little action was taken.
Councilwoman Cherry is charged with one count each of tampering with public records, tampering with a witness and second degree official misconduct. Ms. Cherry is accused of hindering the Hopkinsville Police investigation of several burglaries and prowling incidents on the south side of town over the summer.
She appeared with defense attorney Ben Fletcher, who requested and received a continuance to November 14th when another pre-trial hearing will be held.
Councilwoman Cherry was served with a criminal summons in August and indicted soon after by the Christian County Grand Jury.
Fire did significant damage to an apartment complex in Hopkinsville this morning.
The blaze broke out shortly before 6am at the apartment complex at East 21st and Hazel, with Hopkinsville Fire Department Deputy Chief Eric Bleidt saying no one was injured.
City Fire Marshall Cecelia Cloos says initial investigations have not shown any signs of the fire being suspicious.
Deputy Chief Bleidt said flames were showing when the first units arrived.
The Red Cross came and assisted the residents of the eight apartments who were displaced on one of the more chilly mornings of the young fall season. Crews from three city fire stations responded along with the Hopkinsville Police Department.
Deputy Chief Bleidt wasn’t immediately sure how many people had been displaced by the fire.
The City of Hopkinsville is one step closer to having a city-wide public smoking ban ordinance.
Following a 6-6 tie vote, Mayor Dan Kemp made the deciding vote to approve the ordinance which would ban smoking in most public places.
Mayor Kemp says he's thrilled to know his initial smoking ban ordinance passed tonight.