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PHOTO GALLERY: Main Street fun

Main Street was host to numerous vendors, live entertainment and well-known Corbin locals during NIBROC.  

Jellico Police make gambling arrests at Main Street pool hall

A raid on a pool hall in Jellico Wednesday resulted in the arrest of the owner, the seizure of working gambling machines along with other gambling related items, and more than $4,600 in cash. Jellico Police Chief Gary Perkins said in a release that Warren Terry, of Duff,...

Giant Chess set up and ready in downtown Corbin

When the location for the new Corbin Splash Pad was changed from North Main Street across from Sanders Park to South Main Street across from Corbin City Hall, the Corbin Tourism Commission worked to develop a new plan for the lot it owns. The plans for that lot as part of ...

Site work continues at Corbin splashpad in preparation for mid-June completion

Dirt is moving at the former Economy Inn site which will serve as the home of the new Corbin splashpad. The train and crossing sign water features are ready to be installed at the Corbin splashpad once the site work is completed. Despite COVID–19 forcing city officials to...

Building sold, but You and Me, Coffee and Tea to remain open

The You & Me, Coffee & Tea building in Corbin is under new ownership, but the business is not going anywhere. “We have a long–term lease,” said business owner Andy Salmons when contacted Monday about the sale. The building at the corner of Main and Third Street was...

Wyatt’s Auto Cleaning in Corbin closing its doors

After 27 years, an iconic downtown Corbin business is closing its doors. Wyatt’s Auto Cleaning at the corner of North Main and Gordon Street will permanently close at the end of business on Oct. 25. Owner Jennifer Wyatt said the building in which she and her husband Doug started...

Corbin Police arrest Tennessee man caught urinating on Main Street

Corbin Police arrested a Tennessee man after he allegedly exposed himself while urinating on Main Street early Sunday morning. Roy Moran, 50, of Union City, Tennessee is facing charges of first-degree indecent exposure, alcohol intoxication in a public place and second-degree...

Changes to smoking ordinance discussed at Corbin City Commission meeting

The City of Corbin’s smoking ordinance, and what, if any, changes should be made to the it in light of the continuing growth of nightlife on Main Street came up for discussion at the regular Corbin City Commission meeting Monday night. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents...

Austin City Saloon officially opens in Corbin

After more than eight months of work, Josh Brock will officially open the doors of Austin City Saloon in Corbin Wednesday. Brock, who owns the original Austin City Saloon in Lexington, has been working to turn the former Tri-County Pawn and Vacuum at 302 North Main Street into...

Economy Inn property to be new home of Corbin splash pad

Plans for the proposed splash pad in Corbin must be amended as the location is changing from North Main Street to South Main Street. At the regular meeting of the Corbin City Commission Monday night, Corbin Tourism Director Maggy Kriebel announced that the majority of the...