The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet advises boat title owners that motorboat registration requests will be accommodated at all county clerk offices starting April 3.
Kelly Craft toured Eastern Kentucky on March 20, as her “Kitchen Table Tour,” made a stop at Billy Ray’s Restaurant in Prestonsburg.
Shoppers in Floyd County will soon have another option when it comes to purchasing grocery items for their families, as the Floyd County Chamber of Commerce recently announced a new business will be opening in Floyd County.
The Appalachian Arts and Entertainment Awards (the Appys) were handed out in a gala ceremony at the Mountain Arts Center on March 18. The event included a red carpet entrance and entertainment between the awards presentations. For more information on the Appys visit, appalachianartsandentert…
The University of Pikeville (UPike) has announced its Master of Social Work (MSW) degree program has been granted initial accreditation by the Council on Social Work Education’s (CSWE) Commission on Accreditation (COA).
There are heroes living among us, and on April 15, Judi’s Place for Kids is giving some of those heroes a chance to “Run with Courage” while raising awareness for child abuse.
A Pike grand jury on March 22 issued a report finding that the Floyd man accused of killing three police officers and a K9 officer in Floyd County last year died of suicide and acted alone in causing his death.
With a current national shortage of healthcare workers and a predicted growth in the number of available jobs for the next decade, Appalachian Regional Healthcare is stepping up to find more ways to expose high school students to the medical field, ARH said in a statement.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development on March 15 announced that Kentucky will be receiving $300 million to assist in long-term flood recovery from last summer’s flooding.
Prestonsburg Tourism is working to increase the community’s stature among the mountain-biking community.
Members of the community joined the Mountain Arts Center and Diversified Energy to celebrate the opening of the MAC’s Diversified Energy Education Wing on March 20.
City security cameras were a topic of interest at the City of Wayland’s meeting on March 9th.
Union College hosted the second Appalachian Gathering for Recovery Solutions March 9. Hundreds of people from Appalachia and beyond attended in-person and online, according to a statement from Union College, and over 20 organizations sponsored the event. Three keynote speakers, four panel di…
The felony child abuse case against a Floyd woman will go to a grand jury.
PAINTSVILLE — During a Paintsville/Johnson County Chamber of Commerce membership meeting on March 9, representatives from Appalachian Wireless spoke to chamber members about recent service issues as well as a new, state-of-the-art data center operated by the company
The Floyd County Board of Education will be hosting Narcan training next month.
The City of Wheelwright Youth Basketball League had games all day Saturday March 11th. Games included ages from pre-K through eighth grade.
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