CORBIN — Capps placed on unpaid leave
The Bell-Whitley Community Action Agency board agreed Tuesday to place the agency’s long-time director on unpaid administrative leave.
Man charged with burglary, evading police
A deputy responding to a call about a home burglary Monday saw the suspected burglar try to flee in the homeowner’s Tracker, which he crashed and overturned within about a mile of the home, according to Laurel County Sheriff John Root.
Bank robber caught
The woman who robbed the PNC Bank on the Cumberland Gap Parkway in Corbin Friday afternoon has been caught.
Flooding temporarily closes Extension Service building
The Laurel County Extension Service building will be closed through at least Sept. 10 due to flooding, according to Bonnie Sigmon, County Extension Agent for horticulture.
London City Council sets property taxes
The London City Council set property taxes for the next year, which are the same set for the current year.
Rogers, McConnell see similarities to 1980 election
It won’t be hard for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to win over this part of Kentucky in November’s election despite reservations by some on the right that Romney’s positions have changed or his Mormon religion.
Read more on these stories in Wednesday’s edition of the Times-Tribune.