The London Police Department is asking everyone to turn their gun sights to blast away cancer.
The impact of substance abuse in the area was prevalent in full force on Wednesday, with three people being arrested at the Sheriff’s Office on Broad Street.
FRANKFORT, Ky. – In memory of the victims of last week’s Marshall County school shooting and in honor of the staff and students at Marshall County High School, Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt is asking Kentuckians statewide to wear the school’s colors of blue and orange on Friday, Feb. 2.
The Sentinel-Echo brought home six awards at the annual Kentucky Press Association Excellence in Kentucky Newspapers contest, held last Friday in Lexington.
Although most of the county’s administrative offices list the incumbent without any competition from any other party, three of eight will have some competition this May.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Special Agent in Charge Adam S. Lee of the Richmond (Va.) Field Office requests the public’s help in identifying a serial bank robber who they have dubbed “The Chameleon Beard Bandit.”
A jury trial date for a London man charged with murdering his twin brother continues to be put on hold due to extensive analysis being performed on a cell phone that could potentially be used as evidence.
It is required by the state that every school board in the state prepare their budgets three times throughout the year. The first such time came Monday for the Laurel County School Board.
A sports feasibility study conducted last year suggested improving existing facilities and city tourism officials dealing with the issue pledged their support.
WILLIAMSBURG—The family of Mavis F. Broome - a longtime resident of Williamsburg, public school teacher and University of the Cumberlands (UC) professor - has established an endowed scholarship fund in her honor.
Special Deputy Elizabeth Sparks of the Laurel County Sheriff’s Office conducted a youth safety class at CampGround Elementary School for Girl Scout Pack 1326 on Wednesday. Deputy Gilbert Acciardo also helped out with the program. The girls learned rules concerning dangerous strangers and wer…
It may be one of the most wonderful times of the year, but many college students are dealing with a lot of stress as the end of the semester nears.
On Tuesday evening Kentucky State Police Post 11, London and the Kentucky State Police Professional Association Chapter 11 held its annual Shop with a Trooper program at the Somerset, Kentucky, Wal-Mart. The program, which operates solely from donations, was able to help 20 children have a b…
KNOX COUNTY – A London woman who allegedly led police in a vehicle pursuit last month that ended in her hitting her own child was in Knox County District Court Monday morning for a preliminary hearing.
KNOX COUNTY – 19 years — that was the prison sentence handed down to a London man Monday who was found guilty in the May 2014 shooting death of Donald Mills.
LONDON — The Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Inc. presents “The Messiah”, performed by The Lexington Singers, Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at First Baptist Church in London.
You could almost visualize the newborn infant that Barbara Bates Smith pretended to embrace as she told a story by Allan Gurganus on Tuesday at the “Deck the Halls, Southern Style” performance at the Laurel County Public Library.
The blending of brass, percussion, woodwinds and string instruments created a musical celebration on Saturday night as the London Community Orchestra held its annual Christmas concert.
SOMERSET, Ky. – For 10 years, area middle school girls have had the opportunity to explore careers related to math and science thanks to a program at Somerset Community College (SCC)
Complaints of possible illegal drug activity sent Sheriff’s officials to a residence off Court Road on Thursday afternoon - and inevitably found an elderly female being placed in danger of harm.
LONDON —Volunteers from the Cumberland Valley, KY Area Team are celebrating the collection of 11,400 gift-filled shoeboxes that will remind children around the world they are loved and not forgotten.
This year’s theme of “What Christmas Means to Me” brought a nativity scene for many float entries, including this one from Freedom Christian Fellowship.