This Saturday, Oct. 23, the North Fork Oktoberfest will be held in downtown Hazard. The event will begin at 12:30 p.m. and will last until 10 p.m., and will feature a variety of vendors, activities and musical performances.
Two individuals were recently indicted by a Perry County grand jury on charges related to the trafficking and possession of controlled substances, among other charges.
For years, officials with the Hazard Police Department (HPD) and the Perry County Sheriff’s Office (PCSO) have been working on a project to erect a monument honoring fallen law enforcement officers of Hazard and Perry County. Earlier this year, in March, pieces of the monument began arriving…
Hazard Community and Technical College held its annual Tree Week from Oct. 9-16, as they celebrated the trees and green spaces around the area with friends, neighbors and communities.
During this week’s Oct. 12 Perry County Fiscal Court meeting, Perry County Judge-Executive Scott Alexander and county officials discussed ongoing development projects and their status during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Perry County man was arrested on several felony charges recently after he allegedly fled from and endangered police attempting to arrest him on a warrant.
HAZARD — Perry Central limited perennial state title contender Johnson Central to one TD through two quarters but faltered after halftime as the Golden Eagles quickly separated themselves and pulled away to win 41-0 in a Class 4A, District 8 game on Friday, Oct. 8.
Paintsville took on Perry Central Friday night and the Commodores left the Tigers - and everyone else at Walter J. Brugh stadium shocked. The Commodores pulled off a 17-14 comeback win over Paintsville.