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Corbin budget includes funding for splash pad

The Corbin City Commission held a special called meeting Monday to pass the first reading of the budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us

Corbin commission votes to start legal process on 24 out-of-compliance properties

The Corbin City Commission asked City Attorney Bob Hammons to begin the required legal process to permit the city to demolish nine dilapidated properties and foreclose on 15 others on which the city has been forced to perform frequent upkeep. You need to login to view the rest of...

Corbin spring clean-up set for April 16-20 and April 23-27

The City of Corbin is offering its residents some help with spring cleaning. During the weeks of April 16-20 and April 23-27, Corbin Public Works will be offering free curbside pickup of furniture and other large items. “About the only thing we don’t take is tires, because there...

Control of The Corbin Center going back to City of Corbin

The City of Corbin will be taking back control of The Corbin Center effective June 1. The Corbin Board of Education and the Corbin City Commission have each approved an agreement that the school system would operate the multi-purpose facility through May 31 and be permitted to...

The Dixie Cafe ordered to close by judge over unpaid restaurant taxes

The Dixie Café in Corbin has been court ordered to cease operations over unpaid restaurant taxes. The order came down Monday in Whitley Circuit Court. Owners Ed and Carolyn Garr announced on the restaurant’s Facebook page that they would permanently close the doors at the end of...

KY Chamber CEO to speak in Corbin Tuesday

Dave Adkisson, President/CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, will be the featured speaker next Tuesday at the monthly membership luncheon of the Southern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. The event will begin at 11:45 a.m. at The Corbin Center at 222 Corbin Center Drive. The...

Corbin files lawsuits over two dilapidated houses

The City of Corbin has filed the first two lawsuits against the owners of properties that the city has previously attached liens in an effort to recoup maintenance costs. According to paperwork filed in Whitley Circuit Court, the first property is located at 602 Gentry Street and...

Corbin considering private garbage service proposals

After months of questions concerning the potential cost of privatizing the city’s garbage collection, the Corbin City Commission received its first set of hard numbers when the requests for proposal were opened at the commission’s quarterly work session meeting Monday night. You...

Corbin to shut down trolley service Friday

The Corbin trolley will make its last scheduled stop Friday. Corbin City Manager Marlon Sams announced Tuesday that after conversations with the budget committee, the decision has been made to suspend the trolley service, effective Friday. “The trolley, though a great service,...