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Open up a little, time for city to bring back work session meetings

I've covered Corbin City Commission meetings, on and off, for the last 12 years now. I would consider myself fairly knowledgeable about the workings of city government.

EXTRA CONTENT: Woman accuses W’burg police of civil rights abuses

A Jellico woman is accusing Williamsburg police and other officials of violating her civil rights following her arrest for public intoxication in May 2008.

Campbell selected as Corbin Police Chief

After filtering through 22 applications, for the position of Police Chief, Corbin...

Corbin woman arrested for animal cruelty, endangering children

A Corbin woman is facing 22 counts of animal cruelty and an additional three changers of endangering the welfare of a minor following an investigation into the conditions inside her Short Lane home Wednesday.

Corbin woman charged with drug possession Wednesday

A traffic stop Wednesday led to the arrest of a local woman for drug possession, according to Corbin Police Chief David Campbell.

Corbin gets $3,000 grant for Paint the Town project

The city of Corbin received a $3,000 grant from Tour SEKY Monday during the organization's annual awards ceremony held at the Center for Rural Development in Somerset.

New website for city of Corbin holds exciting possibilities

It is common for newspapers and other media to point out, often with delight, when politicians don't keep their campaign promises.I want to tell you about one locally that city leaders in Corbin appear poised to deliver on.

Our legal notices are now online

We are continually working hard to track down the bugs and add more useful content to www.thenewsjournal.net every day. Today, we are proud to say that our legal notices are now available on this website. It is all part of our continued committment to making this Whitley...

EXTRA CONTENT: Debt on Corbin expo center soars to $11 million

Escalating debt on a 5,000-seat exposition center in south Corbin piled up $3 million higher Monday as the city's Board of Commissioners agreed to borrow the additional amount to help pay some unexpected costs connected to the project.

Delving a little deeper into our website

One of the most positive things to come out of our redesigned Internet site is the ability to bring you, the readers, more information than ever before. I’ve always lamented the fact that the tens of thousands of you that read the News Journal are only getting a glimpse of...