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Has this ever happened to you: You’re sitting at an intersection patiently waiting for your turn and here comes the Fire Department with red lights and sirens blaring. They pass through the light and all of the sudden their lights and sirens go off. You’ve missed the light and feel like they have abused their […]

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Historical Marker #2158 in Warren County remembers Shake Rag, an African American community founded in the 1800s. Shake Rag was added to the National Register of Historic Places in September 2000, becoming Bowling Green’s first National Register district recognized for its importance to African American history. Founded on land donated in 1802 for use as […]

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Trees and Limbs

Recently we have seen both heavy rains and snow/ice in the Bowling Green area. It is not unusual for these storms and weather conditions to cause trees to fall and to produce a large amount of debris. If you reside within the City of Bow ling Green limits, Scotts Waste Services provides your trash pick-up. […]

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Parker Bennett Community Center

Do you know what Parker Bennett Community Center has to offer? Parker Bennett Community Center is one of two facilities with multiple services available through the City of Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department. The center not only serves as the location for a before and after school program, but can also be rented for […]

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2019 Youth Kickball!

Do you have children ages 6 to 12 years old who are interested in playing a fun and active sport this winter? If so, the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation kickball league is for you. Kids can get in a “kick” with this great activity. The Parks and Rec kickball program is a supervised event […]

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North Side Training Center

The Bowling Green Fire Department has several stations throughout the City, but what you may not know is that Station 5 on New Porter Pike has a long history of uses for the City before it became a fire substation. Station 5 plays a vital part in training Bowling Green firefighters today. In 1983, 2.47 […]

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Aging is for everyone!  The Age-Friendly Bowling Green initiative seeks to make Bowling Green, KY a better place to grow old by promoting an “age-in-everything” lens across all aspects of city life. This hands-on community initiative asks the city’s public agencies, businesses, cultural, educational and religious institutions, community groups, and individuals to consider how changes […]

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Dana Beasley Brown was elected to the City Commission in November 2018. Commissioner Beasley-Brown works at Bowling Green Junior High in the Youth Services Center where she spends each day supporting kids and their dreams. Commissioner Beasley-Brown first came to Bowling Green almost 20 years ago as a freshman at Western Kentucky University. After visiting […]

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BGPR Fitness Facility!

Looking to get in shape for the New Year?  Wanting to make resolutions to improve your health? Trying to lose those extra “Holiday” pounds that are so easy to gain?  Then check out Bowling Green Parks and Rec Fitness Facility.  B.G.P.R. Fitness is a fitness center that offers a variety of programs, classes, and activities […]

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#AdventureswithMillie

The Bowling Green Fire Department’s newest member doesn’t say much, can’t drive a firetruck or pull a hose line, but she’s already proving her worth. Millie, a two year old black Labrador Retriever, is an Accelerant Detection Canine. Millie and her handler, Fire Investigator Captain Michael Cornwell, both graduated December 7, 2018 from the Bureau […]

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