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Area fireworks shows start Saturday in honor of Fourth of July

If you like fireworks, then you will have the opportunity to view them over the course of three different nights in local towns. London will kick-off Independence Day celebrations on Saturday, June 30. Corbin will follow on Tuesday, July 3, and Williamsburg, Barbourville and...
Posted On 27 Jun 2018

‘Off the Clock’ performing at W’burg block party Friday night

Looking for something fun and free to do Friday night? Then come down to Bill Woods Park for the Williamsburg Main Street program’s second block party of the summer. Lexington-based band “Off the Clock” will be making their second appearance ever at the Williamsburg summer block...
Posted On 20 Jun 2018

June 28 public meeting set over proposed W’burg historic district

If you own a historically significant building in downtown Williamsburg and you’re thinking about making renovations or need to make renovations to it, then you probably want to go to a public meeting at Williamsburg City Hall on June 28. You also might want to postpone...
Posted On 20 Jun 2018

George Hayes Road repair expected to cost $171,000

When it comes to the continued closure of a portion of George Hayes Road, which partially collapsed on April 17, there is some good news and some bad news. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 06 Jun 2018

Williamsburg gears up for bicentennial finale Saturday

In April 1818, Williamsburg was selected as the county seat for newly created Whitley County. Throughout April 2018 Williamsburg has been celebrating its bicentennial with various events, such as the dedication of a historical marker honoring city founder Samuel Cox, an ice cream...
Posted On 26 Apr 2018

Over 200 attend W’burg ice cream social as part of 200 year celebration

At least 250 people are estimated to have come out to the Whitley County Courthouse square Saturday for an ice cream social that is part of Williamsburg bicentennial celebration. At least half a dozen local churches, the Forcht Bank Ice Cream machine, and Athens Enterprises...
Posted On 25 Apr 2018

George Hays Road closed indefinitely after collapse

George Hays Road in Williamsburg will be partially closed for at least the next few weeks following the collapse of a portion of the road that is located about 1.5 miles from Briar Creek Park. George Hays Road in Williamsburg will be closed indefinitely following a collapse...
Posted On 18 Apr 2018

Semi runs off road, ends up in I-75 median near W’burg

A semi overturned in the median on I-75 near Williamsburg Monday afternoon slowing down traffic for several hours, but fortunately there were no serious injuries. Emergency workers labored Monday afternoon at this crash scene near the 9 mile marker of I-75 when a tractor trailer...
Posted On 14 Mar 2018

Williamsburg Police bringing active shooter training to the city July 9-10

As more and more mass killings happen across not only the country but also the world, more and more people are asking what they should do in the event of a violent intruder or active shooter in their work place, school or house of worship. Should they fight? Should they hide?...
Posted On 02 Mar 2018

Local law firm’s offer to help secure Corbin schools expands to neighboring districts

What began as a pledge by a Corbin area law firm towards the purchase of metal detectors for Corbin Independent Schools has blossomed into an effort to help school systems across the region and the state. In a video released on Copeland and Romines Law Office’s Facebook page...