PAINTSVILLE — Since 1935, an ongoing endeavor known as the Kentucky Documentary Photographic Project, a non-profit organization that has aimed to document and catalog a visual record of change across Kentucky, in all 120 counties, and Appalachian culture as a whole.
In the months following the July flooding that devastated many areas in Perry County — including several buildings at the Homeplace Community Center in Ary as well as many homes and businesses nearby the center — concerned community members have continually been working to establish contact …
Gov. Andy Beshear and First Lady Britainy Beshear announced Nov. 23 a new toy drive for children impacted by the historic floods in Eastern Kentucky this summer.
FEMA has approved more than $2 million in federal funding to Perry County for the acquisition of properties affected by the July floods in Eastern Kentucky. The cleared properties will remain as open space to eliminate damage from future flooding.
As the holidays approach and people begin to shop for gifts, local officials are encouraging people to shop locally and support small businesses.