HAZARD—A Perry County woman accused of being part of the duo that burglarized a Subway restaurant in Hazard last year accepted a plea agreement in Perry County Circuit Court last week.
COMBS—The state's winningest girls' basketball coach will now not only have his name in the history books, but will also have his name written all across Perry County after local legislators had the entirety of Highway 15 in Perry...
HAZARD — A group hoping to revitalize downtown Hazard has now reinvigorated itself by making some much-needed structural changes.
HAZARD—Youths from across Southeastern Kentucky made their big screen debuts this month with the premier of “The Better Angels,” which tells the story of the 16th United States President's childhood and family struggles.
HAZARD — For dozens of out-of-work coal miners, it's been an opportunity to begin again and seek the bright promise of a new life.
HAZARD—It's that time of year again—people rushing into packed stores, scouring the toy aisles for just the right thing, and waiting in line for much too long to check out. While many scenarios such as this one may end with the toys...
HAZARD — The City of Hazard issued two boil water advisories for some of its customers on Monday morning due to a main line water break.
HAZARD—At least one person was taken to the Hazard ARH Monday morning after an argument between two students escalated to violence on the main campus of Hazard Community and Technical College (HCTC).
One of many good reasons to be involved in a church is because of the people. It's uncanny how God can bring people into your life that feel like the puzzle piece you didn't realize you had been missing.
HAZARD—Veterans across the county were honored on Tuesday as Veterans' Day celebrations recognized those men and women who fought for and served their country over the decades.
HAZARD — The Home Lumber Company in Hazard recently unveiled its 100th anniversary mural to the public. The mural, created by local artist Janet Cornett, was completed in three weeks of steady, determined work. Cornett said the mural was painted...
HAZARD — A mural, depicting the 100-year history of the Home Lumber Company in Hazard, was officially unveiled Friday.
HAZARD — With only one magistrate winning re-election, the Perry County Fiscal Court will have a brand new look next year.
Fearing the Ebola virus, administrators at St. Margaret Mary Catholic School in Louisville put Susan Sherman, a registered nurse and an elementary school teacher, on “precautionary leave” after she returned from a medical mission trip from...
FRANKFORT — Now in its 33rd year, the Kentucky Book Fair will be held Saturday, Nov. 15, at the Frankfort Convention Center from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year's fair will feature nearly 200 authors showcasing their most recent books, and...
Eastern Kentuckians seeking remote-work jobs they can perform using a computer and the Internet now have more chances to train for and enter the fast-growing digital economy thanks to a partnership between two telework and technology...
HAZARD—The Hazard/Perry County Chamber of Commerce held its annual Business Appreciation Breakfast last month at the Ponderosa restaurant in Hazard. Sixteen awards were given out to local businesses, and included categories from best food...
JACKSON – A bridge repair project in Perry County will result in one-lane traffic and delays for motorists using the Hal Rogers Parkway west of Hazard.
HAZARD — After nearly 16 years, Perry County has a new county judge-executive.
HAZARD — After months of vigorous campaigning, the highly competetive race for Perry County Circuit Judge was brought to a conclusion on Tuesday night.
HAZARD—After a number of shakeups at the polls this election year, Perry County will have almost entirely new faces in nearly all of the governing bodies in both the city and the county.
HAZARD — Crime Scene Investigation (CSI), most often recognized from popular hit television shows, has found another niche in Perry County.
HAZARD — Just call it the little theatre that could.
HAZARD — Tempers flared last week in one of the most contentious fiscal court meetings in recent memory.
HAZARD—In what ended up being easily the closest race in the county, the decision of who would become the next jailer in Perry County came down to less than 40 votes Tuesday night.