Historical researchers and authors are one of the main reasons we are able to know so much about the early settlement days of the Kentucky frontier. Relying on these sources, the Painted Stone Settlers, Inc. are able to accurately re-enact the evacuation of Squire Boone’s...

The newly created living history theatrical production, “Voices From the Past,” sponsored by Wakefield-Scearce Galleries in partnership with the Shelby County Community Theatre, is scheduled for one special evening, Saturday, Sept. 8, at Historic Science Hill....

Simpsonville, KY marks the birthplace of Whitney Young, a leader in the Civil Rights Movement and lifelong warrior against employment discrimination who received the Medal of Freedom in 1968....

ShelbyKY Tourism received 3 Bronze Traverse for its 2017 Marketing Campaigns. Kentucky travel and tourism businesses and marketing organizations vie for Traverse Awards. An international fashion brand recently opened at The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass and the recently closed Science Hill Inn as reopened under...

Shelbyville, Simpsonville and Shelby County continue to draw visitors to its many attractions, restaurants, shops and lodgings. Last year, these visitors spent over $180,000 on any given day and generated $30,063 in combined state and local tax revenues. This is great news for Shelby County,...

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