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UPDATE: Man arrested for W’burg Senior Center break-in pleads not guilty

Workers and volunteers at the Williamsburg Senior Citizens Center spent much of Friday cleaning up a...

Posted On 12 Jun 2009

Former local police officer, son indicted for robbery and assault

A Whitley County Grand Jury has indicted a former Whitley County Sheriff's deputy and ex-Corbin police officer and his son on new charges related to an alleged 2007 assault of a Corbin man.

Posted On 05 Jun 2009

Hydraulic fluid spill closes parts of Main Street in W’burg Friday

A spill of hydraulic fluid early Friday morning tied up traffic along parts of Main Street in...

Posted On 05 Jun 2009

Corbin, W’burg Chambers of Commerce vote to approve merger

Representatives of the board of directors from the Greater Corbin and Greater Williamsburg chambers of commerce voted unanimously Thursday afternoon to pool their resources and merge the two groups into one regional chamber of commerce.

Posted On 05 Jun 2009

Trial of brothers accused in 2008 slaying postponed

The trial for two brothers, who are accused of murder in the killing of Whitley County man nearly one year ago, has been postponed.

Posted On 02 Jun 2009

EXTRA CONTENT: Whitley Deputy Jailer arrested for DUI

A Whitley County Deputy Jailer, who was arrested last month for driving while under the influence, is still employed at the jail while officials wait to see what happens in court with her case.

Posted On 02 Jun 2009

Two injured in crash in southern Laurel County Tuesday night

One person was entrapped inside a vehicle and another was ejected following a crash shortly after 8 p.m. On old London highway Tuesday. One of the victims was transported to Baptist Regional Medical Center for treatment. The other was expected to be flown to the University of...
Posted On 02 Jun 2009

EXTRA CONTENT: W’burg Police Chief responds to lawsuit; calls allegations ‘silly’

A former Williamsburg Police Chief, who was named in a recent federal court lawsuit alleging that he helped another officer violate a Jellico woman's civil rights last year, wasn't even on duty when the incident happened, according to current Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne...

Posted On 26 May 2009

Coal company helping Whitley Schools build soccer fields

A local coal company is helping the Whitley County school district kick off its new soccer program with some free labor.
With the use of some of their contract miners, Teco Coal is helping build the district's new soccer complex adjacent to Whitley Central Intermediate...

Posted On 26 May 2009

Williamsburg spends $14,000 to improve downtown

About $14,000 has been spent recently sprucing up downtown Williamsburg thanks in large part to the Williamsburg Main Street program and local governments.

Posted On 26 May 2009