Two people were arrested last week after, police said, tips led them to find a large quantity of narcotics, including methamphetamine and suspected fentanyl.
The Pike County Schools Board of Education unanimously approved extending hazard pay for district employees who help with the district’s summer meal program during its virtual meeting on May 28.
A Norfolk Southern train traveling between Matewan, W.Va., and Williamson, W.Va., derailed Saturday afternoon as it was crossing the Sprigg intersection which connects W.Va. Route 49 running through Rawl and Matewan and Ky. 292 (Aflex/Burnwell). Crews from Norfolk Southern worked throughout …
Recent unemployment data shows that the region’s unemployment rates skyrocketed as businesses were shuttered and limited in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, revealing the impacts of the response at the county level.
During the first week of June, KSP is sending a plea to parents and caregivers with ‘Keeping Kids Cool’, a statewide initiative to provide awareness about leaving children in hot cars. It may seem like common sense, but statistics show that these deaths are continuing to happen across the U.S.
With the economic situation worsened by the COVID-19 pandemic, Kentucky Power is proposing a three-step plan to help customers who have fallen behind in their electric bills, the company announced in a statement May 29.
Pikeville officials remain hopeful about their upcoming fiscal year’s budget in the face of the economic impacts of the COVID-19 response, but are also preparing for the worst.
As schools look into potentially reopening this fall, superintendents are unsure of exactly when schools will reopen and what a fall reopening will look like.
Barbershops, hair salons, cosmetology, nail salons, massage therapy, tanning salons and tattoo parlors were the latest to reopen to the public in Kentucky this past Memorial Day, May 25, after being closed for more than two months.
The Pike County Health Department announced May 28 that a 5-week-old infant has been confirmed to have the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), making the county’s 29th case.