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Though the Appalachian Wireless Arena has needed to reschedule, postpone and even cancel several of its recent shows due to concerns over COVID-19, arena officials are hopeful for the venue’s season later this year.
Stuck in the house and dreaming of spring and gardens? The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service is offering free “Horticulture Webinar Wednesdays” on a number of topics. Participants will glean information they will need as the days grow longer and they spend more time “socia…
During Monday’s special meeting of the Pike County Fiscal Court, officials discussed the recent COVID-19 pandemic and how residents within the county can help put this pandemic behind us and move forward.
During a virtual press conference on Tuesday, Pikeville Medical Center CEO Donovan Blackburn announced a number of initiatives the hospital is undertaking to assist its patients in maintaining social distancing, while also continuing to receive health services from the hospital.
After more than 50 years, residents of Elkhorn City are finally able to purchase alcohol within city limits after the city’s first business opened alcohol sales to the public.
On Monday, the Pike County Fiscal Court held a special meeting in an almost empty courtroom, during which they discussed the recent changes to the county’s solid waste collection and asked county residents to be patient with the changes.
The Pikeville City Commission approved a municipal order Monday relating to a recent law passed by Congress to provide relief to employees across the country during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Pikeville Mayor Jimmy Carter said Monday that the City of Pikeville continues to operate under new policies and procedures as it readies for response to the novel coronavirus COVID-19.
On Monday, Pike County Treasurer Frankie Stacy informed the Pike County Fiscal court that it had received its audit report for the 2018-2019 fiscal year, which he said was a drastic improvement from the previous year’s report.
Blackhawk Mining, LLC and its subsidiaries (“Blackhawk” or the “Company”) announced in a statement that, effective Monday, March 23, the company implemented a two-week shutdown of mining operations and employee furlough. A limited number of employees will remain working through all or part o…
A meeting was held at Hazard City Hall March 31 regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, during which officials announced the first case of the virus being confirmed in a Perry County resident.