One of two women arrested for allegedly shoplifting from the Walmart store at South Williamson is also facing felony drug charges in connection with the arrest.
The City of Pikeville is continuing to make progress on its ongoing bikeways project, a project to create a designated road space for bikers in the city.
As the Pike County Health Department nears a “breaking point” with contact tracing, local officials share why it is crucial for the public to take precautions against the virus and why the virus could hit the county even harder in the near future, due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
The skill and concentration of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s Highway District 12’s team of snowplow operators make them a force to match the winter weather, according to a statement from KYTC.
Food City Pharmacy is partnering with the Department of Health & Human Services to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations once the vaccine is approved and available to the general public, Food City announced in a statement Nov. 30.
A U.S. District judge ruled recently that the Pike County Fiscal Court’s case against a company and the two men behind it accused of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from the county while not repaying or living up to their end of the deal may continue.
Merle Haggard, 1973: “If we make it through December, Everything’s gonna be alright I know. Got laid off down at the factory, And there time is not the greatest in the world.” Themes of unemployment and loneliness to describe the sad state of affairs for many within this country at the time.…
The headline on Nov. 20 screamed from the pages of the Standard and Poor Global Market Intelligence website: “US coal jobs down 24 percent from the start of Trump administration to latest quarter.”
Any and all local community members around the City of Pikeville are being invited to join a virtual open meeting with city planners on Dec. 3 to discuss ideas for how to revitalize downtown through the arts.
A public hearing regarding Suddenlink’s cable television service which was set by the Pike County Fiscal Court for Dec. 1 has now been pushed to Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021 at 4 p.m. in the fiscal courtroom in the Pike County Courthouse.