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You & Me opens new location at Baptist Health Corbin

You & Me Coffee & Tea is expanding in Corbin, as its second location opened Monday in the lobby at Baptist Health Corbin. Owner Andy Salmons said there had been several casual conversations with hospital officials over the last two years about locating a specialty coffee...

Cause of death revealed for Ohio man found dead in river

Officials have ruled out foul play in the death of an Ohio man, who went missing on Jan. 24 at the Kentucky Welcome Center and whose body was found on April 17 in the Clear Fork River. Whitley County Coroner Andy Croley said the state medical examiner’s office has determined that...
Posted On 19 Jul 2017

Gazebo at Corbin creekwalk damaged over the weekend

Corbin city officials are asking for the public’s help to identify the individual(s) who vandalized the gazebo at the north end of the Lynn Camp Creek walk at the Engineer Street Bridge Saturday night. Corbin Public Works Director Gary Kelly said an entire section of the wooden...

District Court 07-19-17

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Corbin attorney pleads guilty to DUI

A local defense attorney arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in May has pleaded guilty to the charge. Thirty-four-year-old Burley “B.J.” Foley, who had been arrested May 31 following a traffic stop in London, pleaded guilty to one count of operating a motor...
Posted On 19 Jul 2017

Inspections 07-19-17

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Wanted murder suspect arrested

A Corbin man indicted in May on a murder charge in connection with a fatal traffic crash in which he was allegedly driving under the influence has been taken into custody. Laurel County Sheriff’s deputies arrested 34-year-old Eric J. Cassidy last Friday at a residence on Watch...

Briar Creek Park Bridge repairs almost complete

Repairs are almost complete on the Briar Creek Park Bridge. Flooding in late April and early May damaged the bridge, which has been closed since. Repairs began to the bridge on July 3. “Hopefully, the bridge at Briar Creek Park will be completed and open this week,” Williamsburg...
Posted On 19 Jul 2017

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Circuit Court 07-19-17

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