A former Pikeville physician and his former office assistant pleaded guilty in federal court last week to charges of unlawfully distributing prescription drugs.
The Pike County Health Department reported 17 new COVID-19 cases since Aug. 6, making the county’s total number of cases at 270 so far, and an increasing number of cases are being reported in children under 18 years old, as of midday Aug. 10.
Wound care, especially for a diabetic, is extremely important and Pikeville Medical Center has a center to help.
Dr. Nancy Clark is a vascular surgeon who was raised in Pikeville, received her bachelor’s degree from Transylvania University and received her medical degree form the University of Kentucky. Dr. Clark specialized in limb salvage, wound care, aortic disease, carotid artery disease, dialysis …
After months of fiscal cuts and layoffs, the Pike County fiscal court voted to spend money at its Aug. 4 meeting, including approving road work and a 2 percent raise for county employees.
A Pike woman already facing human trafficking charges in state court has been indicted by a federal grand jury on several related charges.
PAINTSVILLE — Bob and Tom Hutchison, brothers and owner-operators of 13 McDonald's restaurants in Eastern Kentucky, recently announced that they have sold their franchise to Faris Enterprises of Clinton, Tennessee. Tom described the joint decision of the two brothers, stating, ““The time has…
With Big Sandy Community and Technical College preparing for its campuses to open this fall, college officials want individuals to know there is still time to register for classes, and with some changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals will have more Aug. than ever.
The United States Postal Service announced that the Pikeville Main Street Post Office will temporarily close starting Aug. 15.
Gov. Andy Beshear today announced the opening of a Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) Regional Driver Licensing Office in Prestonsburg.
Gov. Andy Beshear recommended on Aug. 10 that school districts delay their return to in-person classes until Sept. 28, saying it is a “difficult but necessary step.”
The Kentucky Education Association, which represents 42,000 educators in the state, issued a statement Aug. 7 asking for school districts to decide to begin the school year virtually, as opposed to in-person.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and U.S. Attorney Rob Duncan issued a warning Aug. 5 of a potential scam related to Kentuckians receiving unsolicited packages of personal protective equipment (PPE) from foreign countries.
The Pike County Health Department reported seven new COVID-19 cases on Aug. 2, making the county’s total number of cases at 240 so far, as of 5 p.m. Aug. 4.