FEMA will open additional Individual Assistance Registration Centers to help affected severe-storm residents in 31 Kentucky counties to seek federal support in their recovery. Kentuckians can visit any centers in the state, not just the county they live in.
Recently, a local business owner and his employees have expanded their merchandise to include another business. Jamie Nickles, owner of H & D Heating Supply, along with one of his employees, Rick Martin, have opened up a sports themed card shop within the other business.
On Saturday, June 19, community members gathered in downtown Hazard to celebrate Juneteenth with an informational meeting to recognize the recent declaration of Juneteenth as a federal holiday and to honor the history leading up to this point. Dee Parker, an organizer of the event, shared a …
A Perry County man was convicted on June 21, by a federal jury sitting in London, of conspiracy to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine, possession of a firearm in furtherance of that conspiracy, possession of a firearm as a convicted felon, kidnapping, and conspiracy to commit a kidnappi…
On Thursday, June 24, city and county officials held a press conference at City Hall where they announced their recent acquisition of the Grand Hotel property.
During the June 22 meeting of the Hazard-Perry County Chamber of Commerce, held at SYKES in Chavies, representatives of SYKES and their current client, Intuit, revealed some of the changes made during the recent renovation to the building.
STANTON — Punching its ticket for the title game, Perry Central doubled up Letcher Central 10-5 in the semifinals of the 14th Region Softball Tournament on Monday, June 7.
IRVINE — Hazard captured its fifth straight 14th Region baseball title on Tuesday, June 8, edging tournament host Estill County 7-6.