The city of Bowling Green will soon test LED street lights in a new neighborhood as part of a pilot project.Bowling Green staff and city commissioners met Thursday at a Hilton Garden Inn conference room for a work session/retreat to discuss myriad issues and set goals and objectives for the city.Among more than a dozen topics discussed were LED street lights, which are generally cheaper to operate and last longer than traditional street lights.
With October around the corner, scarecrows, hayrides and haunts are taking center stage in area activities. From an award-winning scream park to pumpkin patches and lantern tours, fall brings a wide variety of activities to southcentral Kentucky, including:•Big Top Terror is the 2017 theme for Skeleton’s Lair Scream Park on Cemetery Road between Bowling Green and Scottsville.Creepy clowns and nightmarish circus attractions have been added this year to the park’s other features.
City officials and consultants gathered input on the direction of downtown redevelopment at a stakeholder meeting Tuesday.Downtown property owners and other stakeholders were invited to the Bowling Green Municipal Utilities conference room to look at maps and pictures of downtown features and drawings of proposed signage and to provide feedback on what they would like to see downtown Bowling Green look like.Renovations to Fountain Square Park are underway, including new walking paths and a...
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