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Williamsburg’s finances coming up short due to COVID-19

Like pretty much every government entity and most businesses, finances aren’t looking great for the city of Williamsburg right now, but Mayor Roddy Harrison says he won’t even talk about laying anyone off. Because of COVID-19’s effect on the economy, the City of Williamsburg is...
Posted On 12 May 2020

City of Williamsburg reopens water intake Tuesday

Williamsburg reopened its raw water intake Tuesday nearly a day after which it was closed following a chemical spill that reached the Clear Fork River. Whitley County Emergency Management Director Danny Moses said the intake was closed Monday afternoon as an unknown portion of...

530 people take advantage of free Hep A vaccinations

If you go out to eat in Williamsburg in the near future, don’t be surprised if you see a sign on the door saying “We participated! Hep-A vaccination clinic because we care!” A total of 530 people took advantage of a free Hepatitis A vaccination clinic that was held last week in...
Posted On 30 Jan 2019

Free Hep A vaccinations available Thursday at W’burg City Hall

Whitley County Health Department Interim Director Tamara Phelps gave Williamsburg Mayor Roddy Harrison the first of his two-part Hepatitis A vaccination during a free clinic Tuesday afternoon at Williamsburg City Hall. Thanks to a joint effort between the City of Williamsburg,...
Posted On 23 Jan 2019

Free Hepatitis A vaccinations are available Jan. 22, Jan. 24 in W’burg

Kentucky is the worst state in the country for the Hepatitis A outbreak and Whitley County now has the second most reported cases of Hepatitis A cases in the state, but local officials are hoping to improve those numbers by giving away up to 600 free Hepatitis A vaccines during a...
Posted On 16 Jan 2019

City of Williamsburg makes $35,000 property purchase

The city of Williamsburg now owns some more green space in its downtown area. Read this story and more for just $.99 cents today, or subscribe to get access every day! Please login to view this content. Not a Member? Join Us
Posted On 05 Dec 2018

Judge dismisses Tristan Hall lawsuit against City of Williamsburg, police chief

A federal court lawsuit against the City of Williamsburg and Williamsburg Police Chief Wayne Bird and others has been dismissed with prejudice, which means it can’t brought again, and the defendant, Tristan Hall, has been ordered to pay the city $3,040.50 in attorney fees. Hall...
Posted On 14 Mar 2018

City of W’burg asks for Hall lawsuit to be dismissed and attorney costs

Days after a federal judge rejected the efforts of a local man to back out of a settlement agreement with the last remaining defendants in his federal court lawsuit, the remaining defendants are now asking for the case to be dismissed because the defendant won’t sign settlement...
Posted On 14 Feb 2018

Tristan Hall asks to back out of lawsuit settlement with City of W’burg, Police Chief

A local man, who previously had charges related to criminal solicitation to commit murder, making a fraudulent insurance claim and intimidating a participant in the legal process all dismissed and who unsuccessfully tried to sue the prosecutors and several others involved in his...
Posted On 06 Dec 2017

Most of Tristan Hall’s federal lawsuit has been dismissed

Tristan Hall is currently representing himself in a lawsuit filed against the City of Williamsburg, Police Chief Wayne Bird and several other entities, which have now been dropped from the federal court lawsuit. In late December, a now former Corbin man, who spent about 570 days...
Posted On 07 Jun 2017