- News Live
Speck will focus on drug activity
The sheriff-elect of Pulaski County says organization of his department hopefully will put more deputies on patrol and welcome Kentucky State Police troopers back to the county in greater numbers. He said eliminating drug traffic will be his No. 1 priority.
Three people charged after heroin found at home
Three people were arrested after investigators allegedly found more than $1,000 in heroin at a Somerset home.
Eubank man files for Pulaski school board seat
A Eubank man has filed for the Division 3 seat on the Pulaski County Board of Education.William Minton Todd will face Cindy Price at the November 4 general election. Price, currently serving as chair of the county school board, had not filed a Petition of Election as of Thursday morning but there is more than a month before the August 12 filing deadline.
- Duritz: ‘I like playing festivals’
Local man sentenced in heroin death case
A Pulaski County man was sentenced this week to 20 years in prison for distributing heroin that resulted in a man’s death.Anthony LaCortiglia, 30, was sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court in London.
Counting Crows prelims rock MMF
Counting down the hours until Counting Crows.That’s what attendees at Master Musicians Festival were doing Friday night and Saturday afternoon, but to be sure, they weren’t just idly biding their time. There was plenty to see and do and of course hear throughout the weekend.
Wood’s pay raises concern Speck
Pulaski County Sheriff Todd Wood made a series of promotions this week — all of which carried substantial pay raises.Wood called the moves “business as usual” and said he was setting up the sheriff’s office command staff for Sheriff-elect Greg Speck.
City officials working on a flowery downtown area
The center of downtown Somerset is about to become a high-rise flower garden.“It’s called “Elevated Landscaping Foundations,” said Somerset Mayor Eddie Girdler, explaining end results of workers tearing up sections of sidewalk around Fountain Square.
New entrance, exit ramps to be built on parkway
Construction of a new interchange on the Cumberland Parkway at U.S. 127 in Russell County is expected to begin Monday (July 14), according to Amber Hale, information officer for Kentucky Department of Highways’ District 8.
Burnside council eying another water hike
Would convincing Burnside water customers to accept another price increase so soon after the last one be little more than a pipe dream?
- More News Live Headlines
- Speck will focus on drug activity