In the wake of recent tragedies across the nation, Chief Art Ealum and Sgt. J.D. Winkler with Owensboro Police Department will discuss active shooter preparedness at the GRADD Board of Directors meeting on October 14.
Volunteers from GRADD, Indepen-dence Bank and Comfort Keepers delivered groceries to more than 360 low-income seniors in Daviess, Hancock and McLean counties on October 7, as part of the 5th annual Feed Seniors Now food drive.
The new Kentucky Career Center - Green River at 3108 Fairview Drive (off Highway 54) in Owensboro is now open for business! GRADD staff is available to provide employment and training help from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The GRADD Community Collaboration for Children (CCC) Regional Network is currently offering a total of $5,000 in mini-grants to enhance and promote programs designed to prevent and build awareness of child abuse and neglect.
The GRADD transportation team just released the 2014 traffic collision report for Owensboro and Daviess County. The report analyzes 4,217 vehicle accidents that were cited by local law enforcement agencies last year.