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Bena Mae’s Kitchen: What’s happened to customer service?

It has become a nightmare for consumers. Especially if you have to deal with a call center that is located somewhere in India or Indonesia where they speak to you in broken English. It’s a common complaint. I know they don’t give two cents about your problem,...

Posted On 02 May 2012
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Quillen and Hurst to be crowned Queen and Tiny Queen at the 2012 May Day Festival

The fundraising competition has ended and we have our 2012 May Day Queen and Tiny Queen. This year’s Queen is Callie Elizabeth Quillen, the daughter of Jodie Quillen and Danny and Mellisa Quillen.
This year’s Tiny Queen is Whitley Ella Hurst, daughter of...

Posted On 02 May 2012
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Daily Obituary Notices for May 2, 2012

Alvey Gregory Alvey Gregory, 72, of Williamsburg, departed thsis life on Saturday, April 28, 2012 at the VA Medical Center in Lexington. Visitation will be after 6 p.m. Wednesday at Croley Funeral Home. Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 3 at Croley Funeral Home....
Posted On 02 May 2012
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Electronic Edition for 5-2-12

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Three teens arrested for trying to burn down Corbin house

Three teenagers accused of trying to burn down a vacant house on Maynor Street last Tuesday made their first appearance in court Monday.

4,397 lbs. of garbage picked up during Laurel Lake Cleanup

The 24th annual Laurel Lake Cleanup netted two tons of trash, thanks to 224 volunteers who braved rain and a chilly temperature on April 21.

Posted On 02 May 2012
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Williamsburg council to vote on Sunday alcohol sales

Williamsburg probably won't see the first sale of alcoholic drinks in restaurants until at least July and probably not until this fall, and when sales start they may be taking place seven days a week.

Posted On 02 May 2012

Lynn Camp students plan to play biggest game of Monopoly ever

Six teams of students at Lynn Camp Middle and High schools are gearing up for a little game of Monopoly.

Family reunited with dog lost in crash on I-75 near Corbin

Three weeks of search and rescue efforts on the part of local residents have finally paid off as "Bear" the black lab was reunited with his family Tuesday afternoon.

BRMC Silver Ball Gala raises $55,000 for charity, health programs

Whether in formal wear or attired to fit the "Denim and Diamonds" theme, about 275 people gathered for the Seventh Annual Silver Ball Gala Saturday to do more than just dress up for a night on the town.