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The day is coming when the scanners will be silent

I am told there are people out there that actually enjoy listening to all the chatter, annoying tones, static and other horrendous noise that commonly issues forth from your typical police scanner.

Future of Corbin Technology Center uncertain

The future of Corbin's $2.15 million, 21,400 square foot Center for Technology and Community Activities is in doubt, and city leaders say they plan to meet with officials from Eastern Kentucky University in the near future to determine who will run the facility and how it...

EXTRA CONTENT: Corbin cuts spending 25 percent in 2011 budget; city leaders cite loss of tax revenue

Corbin city leaders passed a leaner, stripped-down budget for the upcoming fiscal year - a spending roadmap that represents a cut in total expenditures of about 25 percent.

Organizers expecting thousands of bikes as American Freedoms Motorcyle Rally kicks off in Corbin today

A local promotions company owner admits with a smile that he doesn't even own a motorcycle - a bit of irony that makes him laugh as he works feverishly on the eve of a patriotic-themed motorcycle rally in Corbin that is expected to draw in around 5,000 bikes this week.

New Whitley County Health Department planned for downtown Williamsburg

The Whitley County Board of Health took the first step Monday toward constructing a projected $4 to $5 million Health Department in downtown Williamsburg to replace the current facility, which is over 50 years old.

Are Corbin Main Street grants really in jeopardy?

In the wake of a contentious Corbin City Commission meeting last Monday that focused on a plan to make the city's Main Street Manager a part-time position, questions still linger about whether some current and future grant funds could be lost because of the move.

Corbin man arrested for kidnapping, beating girlfriend on Father’s Day

Ricky Helton

A Corbin man is in jail for allegedly kidnapping and assaulting his girlfriend over the weekend, and then fighting with police officers who came...

Corbin Commissioner Dennis Lynch remembered as man who always put city first

A two-term Corbin City Commissioner died suddenly Monday evening, a day after he suffered a serious heart attack that forced him to be hospitalized.

Anger follows decision to make Corbin Main Street Manager a part-time position

Cindi Benton, owner of Kountry Krafts in Corbin, expresses frustration at a decision...

Corbin City Commissioner Dennis Lynch dies Monday

A two-term Corbin City Commissioner died suddenly Monday evening, a day after he suffered a massive heart attack which forced him to be hospitalized.