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Historical society gets deed to building

The Williamsburg City Council took the first steps during its monthly meeting Monday towards paying its part of a federally ordered recertification of the floodwall and levy that took place last year. The council held the first reading of an ordinance authorizing the issuance of...
Posted On 16 Mar 2016

Police from two agencies charge Elswick

A Williamsburg man is now facing charges in connection with an alleged break-in at a Williamsburg business, and the theft of a vehicle from another Williamsburg business following separate investigations by different police agencies. Whitley County Sheriff’s Deputy John...
Posted On 16 Mar 2016

Williamsburg adding more bicycle racks

  Those wanting to ride bicycles as a mode of transportation in Williamsburg will soon have some additional places where they park and secure their bicycles thanks to an effort being spearheaded by the Williamsburg Bicycle Coalition. “We are trying to get bike racks...
Posted On 09 Mar 2016

Sheriff’s deputies find active meth lab; Williamsburg man arrested

The following is a news release from the Whitley County Sheriff’s Department. On 03-05-2016 around 2:00 am deputy Jonas Saunders of the Whitley County Sheriff Department was on a call on Clifford Canada Road and received an anonymous tip in reference to drug activity and...

Williamsburg Mayor leading package alcohol effort

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Posted On 02 Mar 2016

Williamsburg city council approves historical district

Williamsburg will soon have an official historic district, which Mayor Roddy Harrison hopes will lead to downtown revitalization. “The benefits of this are preservation and it also offers potential resources that are available, such state and federal tax credits, incentives and...

Williamsburg Kiwanis Club recognized

Out of the 141 Kiwanis clubs in the Kentucky-Tennessee district, the Williamsburg Kiwanis Club is the number one club in terms of new growth with 76 percent grown since October. During the club’s Jan. 7 monthly meeting, 14 new members were pinned by Kiwanis...
Posted On 04 Feb 2016