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Corbin City Commission exploring partnership with RTech for public transit

Almost two years after the Corbin trolley’s dedicated route ended, the Corbin City Commission is considering an idea to bring public transportation to Corbin as part of a regional effort involving RTec. At the city commission’s work session meeting Monday night, the commissioners...

Man charged with threatening party-goers with gun

Knox County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a London man who allegedly threatened to kill everyone at a party being held in Corbin early Sunday morning. Shaquille Lavarius Williams, 22, is facing eight counts of first-degree wanton endangerment stemming from the incident at a...

TEDxCorbin exceeds organizers’ expectations

In addition to the 150 people attending in person, TEDxCorbin officials said the online audience Saturday reached approximately 3,000, exceeding their expectations for the inaugural event. “I couldn’t imagine it going any better,” said Krystal Kinser, lead organizer and Executive...

Corbin man charged with sexually abusing teen

A Corbin man was arrested Friday night on charges that he gave alcohol to several teen girls, and had sexual contact with one of them. Danny Ray Collinger, 32, is facing two counts of first-degree sexual abuse, six counts of third-degree unlawful transaction with a minor, and one...

TEDxCorbin set for Saturday

The dream of TEDxCorbin will become a reality Saturday morning when the event kicks off at the Second and Main event space. The event will feature 17 speakers who will discuss how southeastern Kentucky may move forward while remaining grounded in its Appalachian roots. Among the...

Corbin City Commission passes ordinance regulating food trucks

With food trucks becoming more common in Corbin, the Corbin City Commission has enacted an ordinance regulating where and how they may operate. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Operation ‘March Madness’ nets 20 suspected drug dealers

Laurel County Sheriff John Root and his deputies hit the ground running early Monday morning, rounding up 20 individuals from across the tri-county area on drug-related charges during Operation “March Madness.” Deputy Gilbert Acciardo, the department’s public affairs officer,...

Williamsburg man charged with assault, terroristic threatening

A Williamsburg man was arrested Tuesday morning on assault and terroristic threatening charges stemming from an incident at Corbin Walmart during which he held a knife to an employee’s throat and punched and kicked a manager. You need to login to view the rest of the content....

Lights Out Dinner in the Dark scheduled for March 18

Local celebrity Travis Freeman, who played football at Corbin High School despite being blind, is inviting people to experience a part of his world on March 18. The Freeman Foundation is hosting the fourth annual Lights Out Dinner in the Dark at The Corbin Center. While previous...

WWE returning to Corbin on May 6

The stars of WWE Smackdown will be returning to Corbin on May 6. Officials at The Arena in Corbin said tickets for the event will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. Prices range from $19 to $104. “WWE still holds the attendance record at The Arena with more than 6,200 the first time...