Candidates for Hopkinsville mayor offered their perspectives on how to put the city on the right path should they be elected in a candidate forum Tuesday night. The local chapter of the League of Women Voters hosted and moderated the event, featuring Republican incumbent Carter Hendricks, Democrat Jason McCraw and Independents Walter Shamble and Wally Bryan.
A retail development group has acquired 20.5 acres in Hopkinsville for a new shopping center. Thompson Thrift Retail Group says the site at Fort Campbell Boulevard and Lovers’ Lane will be home to the 185,000 square-foot building, named Hopkinsville Towne Center.
Murray-Calloway Parks Department director Tab Brockman is leaving his post to lead the same department in Hopkinsville. In a press release, Hopkinsville Mayor Carter Hendricks said Brockman will take over as the head of parks and recreation on September 8.
A retail center in Hopkinsville is projected to break ground early next year. The project, currently named the Hopkinsville Towne Center, is estimated at around $30 million and may include a TJ Maxx, Ulta Beauty, Hobby Lobby and Buffalo Wild Wings.