Prestonsburg City Hall and Floyd County government offices will be closed Monday, July 4, along with various banks, in observation for Independence Day.
Residents from across Floyd County gathered in Prestonsburg Friday, July 1, to hold a prayer vigil for the victims of a deadly shooting June 30 which left multiple officers dead and a number of other responders injured.
A Floyd County man who is accused of killing multiple police officers and injuring numerous other individuals has pleaded not guilty to several charges in Floyd District Court.
A Floyd County man is facing numerous charges, including multiple counts of murder, after an incident in which police officers were killed.
Americans across the nation will gather on July 4, to celebrate our country’s independence. The City of Prestonsburg will not only have a fireworks display, but a parade as well.
Floyd County Judge-Executive Robbie Williams praised members of the Fiscal Court at the June 21 meeting for their help in navigating the many Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) projects ongoing in Floyd County.
Gov. Andy Beshear hosted a ceremonial signing June 22 for two bills that help more Kentuckians, including first-responders, access mental health services.
The University of Pikeville-Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine (KYCOM) recently endorsed three students who were selected to receive Appalachian College Association (ACA) Ledford Research Scholarships. These scholarships offer financial assistance for summer research projects to underg…
Floyd County came one step closer to realizing the dream of a new animal shelter, as the first-ever Rainbow Bridge 5K Run/Walk was held June 18 in Prestonsburg.
During the summer months, the Summer Food Service Program, which is administered by the Kentucky Department of Education, will provide meals at no cost from June through August to children 18 and under who are from low-income families. The department partners with school districts and commun…