Today's News

  • Country Mart: Making Customers Feel Like Family


    Owners: Matt and Angie Goldstein
    Address: 913 Taylorsville Road
    Hours: Grocery and Fuel Center Open Daily 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
    Primary business: Full service grocery store, bakery & deli, meats & produce, floral department, health & beauty, fuel center, and more.
    Phone: 502-477-2276

  • All Children’s Pediatrics Offers Quality Local Care


    751 Taylorsville Road
    (Next door to Radio Shack)
    Phone: 502-477-5448
    Website: www.allchildrenpeds.com

    Parents no longer need to wrestle their children into the car for long trips to Louisville to be seen by a doctor. All Children Pediatrics is located right here in Taylorsville and is currently seeing patients four days a week.

  • Citizens Union Bank - Going Beyond Expectations


    Local Address: 853 Taylorsville Rd.,
    Taylorsville, KY, 40071
    Corporate Office located in Shelbyville, KY.
    In business: 127 years; 17 years at the Taylorsville Branch location.
    Phone: (502) 633-4450
    Website: www.cubbank.com

  • Daugherty’s Body Shop and Service Center, a customer-centered business for more than 17 years


    Owners: Paul and Nancy Daugherty
    Address: 910 Taylorsville Rd.
    Taylorsville, KY 40071
    Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
    Number of employees: 13
    In business since: 1998
    Primary business: Collision repair, automotive service, mechanical repair
    Phone: (502) 477-9898
    Price range: Varies by service, call for estimate

  • Snider Family Dental - Coming home to serve a community he loves


    Owner: Dr. John Snider, D.M.D.
    Address: 880 Taylorsville Road
    Hours: Monday-Friday,
    9 a.m. to 5 p.m. by appointment. After hour and emergency hours, as needed.
    Number of employees: 3
    In business since: 2013
    Primary business: Dental services including: Preventative Care, Extractions, Dentures, Crowns, Bridges, Fillings, Sleep Apnea Treatments and more.
    Phone: 502-477-0777

  • Consider shopping local first


    I’ve often described Spencer County to friends and relatives who live elsewhere, as having the best of both worlds. It offers up the beauty and serenity of living in the country, while being close to a large metropolitan area that offers so much in terms of shopping, dining out and entertainment.

    However, that drive to Louisville is not always pleasant, is certainly not always cheap, and is not always convenient. Over time, I’ve discovered that there’s a whole lot more available right here in Spencer County than I had ever imagined.

  • 2015 portraits of business success


    Dozens of hours were spent in local businesses over the past few weeks working to put together the Business Profiles countywide edition you hold in your hands today. So much has been learned about the hundreds of faces behind these local businesses, whether business owners or employees. If you venture to take a look, you might be surprised at what you’d find here.

    Does Spencer County offer the products and services we need? More often than not, the answer is, yes.

  • Living “on the way”

    A lot of important things happen while we are “on the way.” Some of the best conversations my wife and I have had are in the car on the way somewhere. The same thing has happened with my children and grandchildren. While on my way across country, I have rejoiced at some of the most amazing scenery that our Lord ever created.

  • Gay marriage: How not to respond

    If you’re saddened at the direction our nation has turned, a direction now realized after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of legalizing same-sex marriage, you may be having a difficult time reconciling that according to your Christian beliefs.

    After all Christians are called to love others and hate sin and this often causes a spiritual division. Many are left to wonder how they should respond.

  • VBS Schedule

    Spencer Christian Church

    Spencer Christian Church will host its Vacation Bible School from 6:30-9 p.m. Tuesday, July 28, through Friday, July 31. The theme will be “Everest – Conquering Challenges Through God’s Mighty Power.”