A local official currently serving on multiple boards capable of levying taxes could find herself having to resign from one of those entities due to a recently-passed law in Frankfort.
Caring for loved ones who can’t take care of themselves can be a very difficult task. Every little bit of knowledge, support, and encouragement helps.
To that end, Hospice of Lake Cumberland is looking to provide a helping hand with their third-annual Caregiver Conference this weekend.
Despite what Pulaski County’s state senator termed a “freeze” on cities taking a share of the county’s occupational tax, the City of Somerset plans on keeping its options open.
Pulaski Fiscal Court yesterday passed the first reading of the proposed $29.87 million 2014-15 budget.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) in cooperation with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, has agreed to review allegations of possible gas-price gouging in Kentucky. Such a review would be welcomed in Pulaski County where complaints about high gas prices have been rampant for years.
The Liberty Nature Center, formerly the Southwestern High School Raptor Rehabilitation Center, may have some new digs, but the opportunities for young kids to get up close and personal to nature still abound.
A northern Pulaski County man was indicted this month for child abuse.
A local housing facility is the subject of a lawsuit in U.S. Eastern District Court, with several major entities named as defendants — though the Somerset city attorney notes that’s actually more for their protection.
The defendants listed included the City of Somerset, Somerset Independent Board of Education, and Pulaski County government, as well as the company Somerset East Mt. Vernon Associates, Ltd.
Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital (LCRH) has announced that CEO Mark Brenzel has decided to step down from the top leadership position.
For one group of Science Hill Independent students, taking out the trash isn’t something they avoid.