Families gathered for the annual Fishing With Kids event Aug. 8.
The Pikeville Main Street Program unveiled its newest bear statue, called “Masonic bear,” on Aug. 7. The bear is located outside of the Thomas C. Cecil Masonic Lodge at 120 Pike Street. The statue was inspired by the Masonic lodge, and it was painted by Jordan Justice, of Elkhorn City, pictured.
A former Pikeville physician and his former office assistant pleaded guilty in federal court last week to charges of unlawfully distributing prescription drugs.
Students from Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine, medical professionals, University of Pikeville staff and other members of the public gathered in Pikeville City Park on Aug. 8 to peacefully protest against racism, particularly in the medical field.
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.
Members of the Pikeville City Trail Town Committee pose for a photo on Aug. 6 in Pikeville City Park. The Trail Town Committee is currently working toward getting the City of Pikeville certified as an official Kentucky Trail Town with Kentucky Tourism. The certification aims at helping to bo…
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.
Belfry High School’s Class of 2020 got the chance to celebrate their senior year with a prom night on Aug. 4 at the Outlook Events Center in Bob Amos Park. Parents of students in the class organized the event as a way to bring closure to their senior year, since they missed out on their end-…
Fire investigators remained on the scene the morning of Aug. 6 trying to determine the cause of house fire that claimed the lives of two people.
A Pike woman already facing human trafficking charges in state court has been indicted by a federal grand jury on several related charges.