PRESTONSBURG — Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes made a campaign stop at the Bert T. Combs Memorial banquet, held Friday at May Lodge, in Jenny Wiley State Resort Park.
HAZARD — Perry County Coal Corporation, a subsidiary of TECO Coal, will have a new owner by year's end according to a press release from TECO Energy on Monday.
A large crowd was on hand unday for an open house at Royalton Cyclery.Royalton Cyclery owner Don Fields assists a customer with adjustments to her bike.
MARRIAGE LICENSESMandy Danielle Collins Justice, 37, of Raccoon, to Keith Leck Coleman, 52, of Raccoon.
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Arts Council is accepting nominations until Nov. 1, 2014, for the 2015 Governor's Awards in the Arts.
ROYALTON — A new Magoffin County business is being seen as both a predicted benefit of the Dawkins Line Rail Trail and a welcome sign of new growth in a community long in decline.
Ten new interpretive and trailhead signs were unveiled in a ceremony at Breaks Park last Saturday.
BALTIMORE — The Ninth Annual Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention was held at the Hunt Valley Wyndham, hosting the biggest turnout yet for the event.
SALYERSVILLE — House Speaker Greg Stumbo spoke of watching a dream become reality, during a groundbreaking event Thursday for the start of a project to complete a four-lane corridor across the entire state.
PRESTONSBURG — The family of Ryan Setser, a local four-year-old with Down Syndrome, is continuing their fundraising quest to get their son paired with a highly trained service dog from an Ohio-based nonprofit.
PRESTONSBURG — Numbers aggregated by the national non-profit Feeding America indicate that a shortfall of federal funds is making a tangible difference in food banks' ability to get food onto the table for families in need.
PRESTONSBURG — Jeremiah Vance, wanted after escaping the Floyd County Detention Center during a transfer into the custody of the Pike County Sheriff's Department on Sept. 30, has been arrested in Pike County and now faces additional...
SPEWING CAMP — Two men are facing felony charges, after police allege they used a stolen pickup truck to cut up and steal railroad tracks, then fled when police arrived at the scene.
LACKEY — A man who was pulled over for alleged traffic violations found himself in more hot water, after he allegedly tried to run away from police and drugs were allegedly later found in his car.
An Oct. 15 story, “Hunger on the rise,” included incorrect numbers from a Feeding America study. God's Pantry network of food banks distributed 1,907,899 meals in Pike County in fiscal year 2014. The Times regrets the error.
AUXIER — A man who stopped when he saw his brother get pulled over found himself being taken to jail, after the officer told him to stop interfering and he allegedly refused.
I've been studying about Rahab, in the book of Joshua, for weeks. (I'm a little obsessed with it.) I wonder about the things that transpired all those years ago. The Israelite spies had come, she had made a pact with them for the freedom...
PIKEVILLE — On Oct. 4, Jared Arnett, the current president and CEO of the Southeast Kentucky Chamber, was named as the first Executive Director of SOAR (Shaping Our Appalachian Region). In taking this position, Arnett will transition from the...
LOUISVILLE – According to the Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Federation's latest Marketbasket Survey, the rising cost of beef and pork products at supermarkets across the state led to an overall 3.9 percent jump in retail food prices during...
HI HAT — Byron Cox, a sophomore from South Floyd High School, has been selected to serve on the Next-Generation Student Advisory Council, a group that provides input to Kentucky Commissioner of Education Terry Holliday.
PIKEVILLE – The Patton Leadership Institute's inaugural class met last week for their first of nine monthly professional development sessions. 24 community and business leaders took part in the two-day opening overnight retreat at the...
MARTIN — Floyd County's oldest celebration rounds out festival season in the Big Sandy Valley, as the 45th annual Red, White and Blue Days Festival gets underway this week.
PRESTONSBURG — Floyd County's increasing reliance on food banks stands in stark contrast to neighboring counties, according to numbers from the Hunger in Central and Eastern Kentucky 2014 report from Feeding America.
Elvis and Munroe represented the Kentucky Opry as grand marshals.Kids lining the street busied themselves gathering up the candy scattered by those in the parade.
PRESTONSBURG — The City Council took action Monday night that will not mean a raise in tax rates for property owners, but will mean a decrease in tax revenue for city coffers.
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