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Eastern Kentucky roads, bridges need repairs, but local governments lack funds to do so, TRIP report confirms

A series of reports released Wednesday examines the condition of Eastern Kentucky’s local roads and bridges, traffic safety and fatalities and the most pressing transportation needs. It largely concludes that county, local and state governments simply don’t have anywhere near the...
Posted On 28 Feb 2018

Preliminary hearing yields new details in quadruple homicide

New details in the investigation into the shooting deaths of four people, including an unborn child, came to light Tuesday during a preliminary hearing for the accused, 37-year-old Paul Brock. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Ky. 92E partially reopens after rock slide

A rock slide early Monday evening on Ky. 92E about three miles east of Williamsburg closed the roadway to traffic for nearly 24 hours as Kentucky Transportation Cabinet crews worked overnight and throughout the day Tuesday to clear debris from the roadway. The Transportation...
Posted On 28 Feb 2018

Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies recover stolen truck

Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies have recovered a stolen pick-up truck. Deputy Brandon Prewitt received a tip Friday that a stolen vehicle could be located along Ballard Ford East Road. Prewitt and Detective John Hill responded to the tip and located a 2007 Toyota Tacoma pick-up...
Posted On 28 Feb 2018

Four new shows announced for The Arena

Four new shows have been announced for The Arena in Corbin. Arena Director Kristi Balla announced that the “I Love the 90’s” Tour, featuring Salt N Pepa, All 4 One, Coolio, Tone Loc, and Young MC, will take to the stage April 13, country comedian Rodney Carrington will perform...

W’burg STOP tip line activated to report school safety threats

Williamsburg Superintendent Dr. Amon Couch has one set of eyes and one set of ears. He is limited in terms of what he can see and hear. There are 800 students at Williamsburg Independent Schools, about 100 staff members and a whole town of people, who also see and hear things. If...
Posted On 28 Feb 2018

W’burg school security public forum set for Thursday evening

Williamsburg residents will have the chance Thursday evening to find out what changes the Williamsburg Independent School District is making or planning to make in order to improve safety. Williamsburg school leaders are hosting a parent question and answer session at 6 p.m....
Posted On 28 Feb 2018

Suspects tried to cut open ATM machine, fled from police

A Williamsburg man and a Tennessee man are behind bars after allegedly trying to cut into one of the most visible ATM machines in Williamsburg late Sunday evening before leading police on a high-speed chase along I-75 early Monday morning that ended after police deployed spike...
Posted On 28 Feb 2018

Revamped Dixie to open in mid-March as, ‘The Dixie Grill’

Just a few weeks after the last Dixie Dog was served up by Ed and Carolyn Garr at, “The Dixie Café,” work continues to reopen the iconic Corbin restaurant. New owner Scott Hobbs said he is anticipating opening for business in mid to late March under the name, “The Dixie Grill.”...

Maggie J’s, iconic downtown Corbin store, closing its doors

After 76 years, iconic downtown Corbin business Maggie J’s is closing its doors. The last day of business will be Saturday, March 10. Owner Maxine VonGruenigen, who has worked at the store founded by her aunt Maggie J. and uncle Roy Wyrick on Feb. 19, 1942, said she is in good...