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Posted On 22 Jan 2020

Williamsburg police vow to crack down on distracted driving

If you text, check your social media on your smart phone, or do anything with it except talk on your phone while driving, then you probably want to go ahead and get in the habit of putting it down. This spring, the Williamsburg Police Department will be launching a ticketing...
Posted On 21 Jan 2020

Over $1.8 million invested in W’burg in 2019, mayor says; Cookout coming

Based on estimates in building permits in 2019, about $1.8 million was invested in Williamsburg for work done to businesses, home, apartments and so forth. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 21 Jan 2020

Whitley County Sheriff’s deputies arrest Pennsylvania fugitive, sex offender

A Williamsburg man, who is a convicted sex offender and an out-of-state fugitive, waived extradition Monday morning back to the state of Pennsylvania, according to court documents. Whitley County Sheriff’s Deputy Mike Lawson arrested Fred Eugene Hughes, 60, on Jan. 7 at a US25W...
Posted On 21 Jan 2020

Florida man accused of using social media to sell marijuana

Williamsburg police arrested a Florida man Monday evening, who was allegedly used social media to sell marijuana, according to a police department release. Williamsburg Police Officers Trevor Teague and Cody Harrell initiated an investigation Monday, which lead to the arrest of...
Posted On 20 Jan 2020

Juvenile leads W’burg police in vehicle pursuit in stolen car

A juvenile lead Williamsburg police on a chase in a stolen vehicle Sunday afternoon before the pursuit ended in Jellico. About 4:14 p.m. Williamsburg police attempted to locate a stolen orange Chevy Spark that reportedly had a missing juvenile inside, according to a Williamsburg...
Posted On 20 Jan 2020

No pays raises for Whitley County teachers yet, but state legislature could change that

It is too early to tell whether teachers or other employees in the Whitley County School District will be receiving pay raises next fiscal year, which begins July 1. The Whitley County Board of Education reviewed its 2020-21 draft budget during its regular monthly meeting...
Posted On 20 Jan 2020

W’burg firefighters now distributing, installing free smoke detectors

Consider this statistic. Almost three out of every five home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no smoke alarm or in homes where smoke alarms were not working, according to the National Fire Protection Association. “Working smoke detectors have proven to save lives....
Posted On 15 Jan 2020

Area Kiwanis clubs celebrating 100-year anniversaries in 2020

The year 2020 will be a milestone one for several area Kiwanis clubs as the Corbin, Pineville and Middlesboro clubs will all be celebrating 100-year anniversaries. The Middlesboro Kiwanis Club is celebrating its 100-year anniversary on Feb. 25, followed by the Pineville Kiwanis...
Posted On 15 Jan 2020

Governors need to avoid not only impropriety, but the appearance of it in pardons

It’s important not only to avoid impropriety, but also to avoid the appearance of it. These were the words that a couple of wise-old judges, the late Jerry Winchester and the late Paul Braden, used to tell me when they were asked to recuse themselves as the judge in a case. You...
Posted On 15 Jan 2020