Winchester  forum to discuss overdoses, Narcan training
6 days ago
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Winchester forum to discuss overdoses, Narcan training

The Clark County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy will be holding a community forum Thursday evening to discuss overdose prevention.
New community flag unveiled at Lexington Christian Academy
2 weeks ago
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New community flag unveiled at Lexington Christian Academy

Students from Lexington Christian Academy, along with Mayor Jim Gray and Councilmember Amanda Mays Bledsoe, were on-hand Thursday morning at the school as Lexington new community flag was unveiled.
Police investigating bomb threat at Lexington mosque
3 weeks ago
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Police investigating bomb threat at Lexington mosque

The Kentucky chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations is asking state and federal law enforcement to investigate a bomb threat at a Lexington mosque as a hate crime.
The Art & Culture of West African Drumming – Joan Brannon with DrummingWorks
4 weeks ago
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The Art & Culture of West African Drumming – Joan Brannon with DrummingWorks

Spring is the perfect time to reinvent and freshen up your look! Brook White, stylist at Posh Salon & Spas shows us some trendy spring hairstyles that'll help revive your style!
Faith Leaders Summon Community to Stand Together
2 months ago
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Faith Leaders Summon Community to Stand Together

A group of local religious leaders have come together to ask all people to unite against threats, harassment and acts of violence in Lexington.
Community Pitches in to Expand Jessamine Co. Food Pantry
3 months ago
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Community Pitches in to Expand Jessamine Co. Food Pantry

A recent blog entry from God's Pantry Food Bank tells the story of how the community rallied around Paul Huber, the executive director of the Jessamine County Food Pantry since 2012, to expand the facility and provide more food assistance for the families that need it.
Volunteers Start Setting Up the Faith and Community Christmas Store
3 months ago
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Volunteers Start Setting Up the Faith and Community Christmas Store

Volunteers are busy setting up for the annual Faith and Community Christmas Store.
Mom 2 Mom – Faith & Community Christmas Store
4 months ago
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Mom 2 Mom – Faith & Community Christmas Store

ABC 36's Sarah Pannell heads over to Southland Christian Church, where she talks to Janelle Earley about this year's Faith & Community Christmas Store.
Kentucky Council on Problem Gambling: Lottery Tickets are not Child’s Play
4 months ago
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Kentucky Council on Problem Gambling: Lottery Tickets are not Child’s Play

The Kentucky Lottery Corporation endorses and participates in a worldwide effort to remind parents -- and all adults -- that gambling is an age-appropriate adult activity. In fact, in Kentucky, it is illegal for anyone under 18 years of age of age to purchase a lottery ticket.
Health Dept. Offers Tips for a Safe Thanksgiving
4 months ago
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Health Dept. Offers Tips for a Safe Thanksgiving

As many prepare to share holiday meals with family and friends, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department recommends these safe food handling tips.
God’s Net Needs Blanket Donations
4 months ago
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God’s Net Needs Blanket Donations

Volunteers with God’s Net say they desperately need blankets.
St. Joseph Closes Out Breast Cancer Awareness Month With “Pink-A-Boo”
5 months ago
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St. Joseph Closes Out Breast Cancer Awareness Month With “Pink-A-Boo”

In honor of the last day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month the staff at Saint Joseph Hospital hosted a "Pink-A-Boo" event on Monday.
Trick or Treat Times for Central Kentucky Towns
5 months ago
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Trick or Treat Times for Central Kentucky Towns

Most central Kentucky communities will have trick or treating on October 31st, but not all.
Lexington combines homeless facilities
5 months ago
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Lexington combines homeless facilities

Lexington’s homeless population will soon be getting a new facility.
Parking plan released for Little Goblins Galore Halloween party
6 months ago
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Parking plan released for Little Goblins Galore Halloween party

Little Goblins Galore is a Halloween party thrown by Lexington Parks and Recreation at McConnell Springs each year that's about fun, not fright.
Strut Your Smile fundraiser to support Domestic Violence Awareness Month
6 months ago
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Strut Your Smile fundraiser to support Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Members of the American Association of Women Dentists (AAWD) at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry are preparing to host the 10th annual Strut Your Smile fundraiser to support their commitment of restoring lost smiles to victims of domestic violence
Lexington Center requesting quotes for High Street project
6 months ago
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Lexington Center requesting quotes for High Street project

The Lexington Center Corporation (LCC) is seeking proposals to qualify a developer(s) to develop a mixed-use project in the heart of downtown Lexington.
Community forum on addiction & recovery to be held Tuesday in Rowan Co.
6 months ago
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Community forum on addiction & recovery to be held Tuesday in Rowan Co.

Counseling group A Center 4 Change will host a community forum to address recovery and treatment of addiction on October 4th in Morehead.
With Halloween coming up, Kentucky One Health issues safety tips
6 months ago
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With Halloween coming up, Kentucky One Health issues safety tips

With the costumes, pumpkin carving and sweet treats of Halloween around the corner, KentuckyOne Health is encouraging families to practice safety first during the holiday.
City of Lexington: We want zombies!
6 months ago
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City of Lexington: We want zombies!

A post on the City of Lexington's Facebook page says it's not too late to register for this year's Thriller and Halloween Parade.
New Animal Shelter in Boyle County
7 months ago
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New Animal Shelter in Boyle County

After four years of planning and fundraising, the Danville-Boyle County Humane Society is about to debut its new shelter.
KSP accepting Trooper Cadet applications
7 months ago
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KSP accepting Trooper Cadet applications

The Kentucky State Police is now taking applications for its next Academy class. Interested applicants should visit the KSP website at http://www.kentuckystatepolice.org/career.html
Jefferson Street Soirée set for Sept. 14
7 months ago
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Jefferson Street Soirée set for Sept. 14

September in Lexington signals the start of two events – sales and soiree.
Walk to End Alzheimer’s raises over $200K
7 months ago
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Walk to End Alzheimer’s raises over $200K

The Alzheimer's Association of Lexington says that over 1,700 people participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer's on Saturday at the Fayette County Courthouse, and raised over $200,000 to fund care, support, and research programs into the debilitating disease.
Drive Kentucky Summer Lifesaver blood drive enters final days
7 months ago
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Drive Kentucky Summer Lifesaver blood drive enters final days

The PODS® moving and storage company will be hosting the last days of Kentucky Blood Center's Drive Kentucky Summer Lifesaver blood drive this week.
Inaugural Rowan Co. Pride Fest happening Saturday
7 months ago
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Inaugural Rowan Co. Pride Fest happening Saturday

One year after Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in defiance of a federal court order, the Rowan County Rights Coalition will be hosting the inaugural Rowan County Pride Festival.
Voices of Hope to host 4th annual overdose awareness event
7 months ago
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Voices of Hope to host 4th annual overdose awareness event

In memory of lives lost, to raise awareness about overdose prevention, and to celebrate the hope found in recovery, Voices of Hope - Lexington, Inc. are sponsoring their 4th annual overdose awareness event.
KY Div. of Surplus Property sends supplies to Louisiana
7 months ago
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KY Div. of Surplus Property sends supplies to Louisiana

As soon as Keith McNeil saw the news about the flood ravaged areas in Louisiana, he knew the Kentucky Division of Surplus Properties (DSP) had items that would be useful for helping flood victims and cleanup efforts.
KSU Class of 2020 to kick off Pay it Forward Frankfort event
7 months ago
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KSU Class of 2020 to kick off Pay it Forward Frankfort event

More than 250 Kentucky State University freshmen, faculty and staff will participate in service activities in the Frankfort community from 10:00 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Saturday, August 27.
Students turn out for UK’s FUSION 2016 event
7 months ago
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Students turn out for UK’s FUSION 2016 event

Hundreds of University of Kentucky students took time on Tuesday pitching in to help the community at the UK FUSION 2016 event.
Beshear: Kentuckians involved in HSBC settlement may file claims beginning Aug. 24
7 months ago
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Beshear: Kentuckians involved in HSBC settlement may file claims beginning Aug. 24

Attorney General Andy Beshear announced on Monday that the nearly 1,400 Kentucky borrowers eligible for relief through a settlement agreement with HSBC mortgage lender may file a claim starting August 24.
Freshmen, others make connections during “Big E Welcome”
7 months ago
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Freshmen, others make connections during “Big E Welcome”

Well over 2,000 first-year students received a “Big E Welcome” when they arrived at Eastern Kentucky University on Wednesday, Aug. 17.
EKU Aviation enters aircraft in Louisville flugtag competition
8 months ago
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EKU Aviation enters aircraft in Louisville flugtag competition

The Millennial Falcon will soon take flight in Louisville!
Community colleges in coal counties get grants
8 months ago
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Community colleges in coal counties get grants

Eight Kentucky Community and Technical College System sites are receiving coal county grants from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority.
God’s Pantry Food Bank announces interim CEO
8 months ago
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God’s Pantry Food Bank announces interim CEO

On Tuesday, God’s Pantry Food Bank Board of Directors announced that Ame Sweetall has been appointed Interim CEO of the Food Bank, and will take over following Marian Guinn’s departure later this month.
Lexington job fair to be held Wednesday at Clarion Hotel
8 months ago
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Lexington job fair to be held Wednesday at Clarion Hotel

The busy hiring season is here!
FCPS releases important reference & contact info for parents
8 months ago
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FCPS releases important reference & contact info for parents

Fayette Co. mothers and fathers will be sending their kids off to school tomorrow, but the school system wants parents to know that they have multiple channels through which they can keep track of their children's activities.
“Cutz and Curlz” cleans up kids for class
8 months ago
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“Cutz and Curlz” cleans up kids for class

Central Kentucky students are getting ready to head back to class, and the girls and boys around Clark Co. are going back with a fresh haircut.
ALDI to hold job fair in Lexington on Saturday
8 months ago
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ALDI to hold job fair in Lexington on Saturday

Supermarket chain ALDI is looking to fill 83 jobs, and is hosting a job fair on Saturday, August 13, to staff the positions.
KSP Cautions Motorists to be Aware of Back-To-School Travel
8 months ago
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KSP Cautions Motorists to be Aware of Back-To-School Travel

As thousands of Kentucky students head back to school this week, Troopers are urging motorists to remain cautious behind the wheel and help prevent injuries and deaths that result each year from school bus-related crashes.
Tickets for Opera House’s “Broadway Live” series on sale Monday, Aug. 8
8 months ago
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Tickets for Opera House’s “Broadway Live” series on sale Monday, Aug. 8

Individual show tickets for Broadway Live at the Opera House’s 2016-2017 40th Anniversary Season go on sale Monday, August 8th at 10:00 a.m.
Childcare Network giving away school supplies for elementary students
8 months ago
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Childcare Network giving away school supplies for elementary students

In an effort to offset the financial strain of back-to-school supplies, Childcare Network is holding an event to assist parents with providing the necessary tools needed for their children to succeed academically.
“Hiring Our Heroes” job fair aims to employ vets; coming to Whitaker Bank Ballpark
8 months ago
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“Hiring Our Heroes” job fair aims to employ vets; coming to Whitaker Bank Ballpark

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the Lexington Legends are hosting the "Hiring Our Heroes" job fair on August 4th at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.
Peaceful playground teaches valuable lessons
8 months ago
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Peaceful playground teaches valuable lessons

Members of the community came together on Monday to make sure students at one school have a peaceful playground this school year.
KBC: Donate blood, get a $10 gift card
8 months ago
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KBC: Donate blood, get a $10 gift card

Kentucky kids are getting ready to head back to school, and Kentucky Blood Center wants to help those parents with their back-to-school-shopping needs.
Health department releases August mosquito-spraying schedule
8 months ago
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Health department releases August mosquito-spraying schedule

To help control mosquitoes as part its “Fight the Bite: Day and Night” campaign, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department will continue to conduct mosquito-spraying activities throughout the summer.
Catholic Action Center asking for donations
8 months ago
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Catholic Action Center asking for donations

The Catholic Action Center and Community Inn is reaching out to the public for donations of supplies.
Douglass Pool closed
9 months ago
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Douglass Pool closed

Lexington Parks & Recreation has announced that Douglass Pool has been closed until further notice due to a plumbing/mechanical issue.
5 things the BBB wants you to know about “Pokemon Go”
9 months ago
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5 things the BBB wants you to know about “Pokemon Go”

It's the nation-wide, overnight blockbuster app of the year. Pokemon Go has been downloaded millions of times in its first week, and while there is plenty of fun to be had, the Better Business Bureau is warning people that "catching them all," may need to come with some caution.
Frankfort Police working with heavy hearts
9 months ago
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Frankfort Police working with heavy hearts

Law enforcement officers all across the country have heavy hearts because of what happened in Dallas, Texas.
Freedom March planned in downtown Lexington Saturday
9 months ago
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Freedom March planned in downtown Lexington Saturday

A Freedom March will be held in downtown Lexington on Saturday to raise awareness about violence in the community and around the nation.
Cari Boyd named new principal of Georgetown Middle School
9 months ago
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Cari Boyd named new principal of Georgetown Middle School

Cari Boyd is the new Principal of Georgetown Middle School. Boyd has served as Dean of Students at GMS for three years.
Lextran to run extended schedule on July 4th
9 months ago
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Lextran to run extended schedule on July 4th

Getting around Lexington on Independence Day will be a snap thanks to an extended Lextran schedule.
Lexington firefighters get “in gear” for Bluegrass 10K
9 months ago
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Lexington firefighters get “in gear” for Bluegrass 10K

Lexington's annual Bluegrass 10K is set for 7:30 a.m. on July 4th, and the competition just got a little bit hotter.
Salvation Army kicks off 10th annual LemonAiD drive July 1
9 months ago
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Salvation Army kicks off 10th annual LemonAiD drive July 1

For the tenth year, LemonAiD volunteers will be helping people in the Bluegrass cool off while aiding homeless children and their parents.
Health Dept.: Take precautions against mosquito bites this holiday weekend and beyond
9 months ago
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Health Dept.: Take precautions against mosquito bites this holiday weekend and beyond

On Mosquito Control Awareness Week, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is reminding residents that the holiday weekend is the perfect time to look in and around your home for ways to control mosquitoes that can carry viruses.
This 4th of July, know what you can use, before you light the fuse
9 months ago
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This 4th of July, know what you can use, before you light the fuse

Lexington's Police and Fire Departments are reminding residents that not all fireworks are created equally, and some are illegal in the city.
Health Dept. issues tips on food safety during 4th of July holiday
9 months ago
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Health Dept. issues tips on food safety during 4th of July holiday

A few extra food precautions can help keep your Fourth of July holiday from turning red, white and "ew."
Community remembering 10-year-old killed in hit and run
9 months ago
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Community remembering 10-year-old killed in hit and run

The Science Hill Community is rallying together to remember a 10-year-old boy who died after an apparent hit-and-run.
Entertainment schedule for Lexington Pride Festival released
9 months ago
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Entertainment schedule for Lexington Pride Festival released

The Lexington Pride Festival is set to be celebrated this Saturday, June 25 at the Courthouse Plaza in downtown Lexington.
God’s Pantry Food Bank to participate in Summer Food Service Program
10 months ago
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God’s Pantry Food Bank to participate in Summer Food Service Program

God’s Pantry Food Bank is participating in the Summer Food Service Program.
Lexington mosquito-spraying schedule released
10 months ago
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Lexington mosquito-spraying schedule released

To help control mosquitoes, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department will conduct mosquito-spraying activities throughout the summer.
Swim-A-Thon event helps grieving families
10 months ago
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Swim-A-Thon event helps grieving families

While one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage or stillbirth, their grieving families all too often suffer in silence. This Saturday, local nonprofit Miles With Maeve is raising support and awareness for them.
FCPS: Free meals available for children all summer
10 months ago
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FCPS: Free meals available for children all summer

Fayette County Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program, which provides free meals for all children age 18 and younger.
Avoid Zika virus with these tips from FCPS
10 months ago
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Avoid Zika virus with these tips from FCPS

A flyer from Fayette Co. Public Schools focuses on steps Kentuckians can take to avoid the Zika virus.
Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites sponsor mural painting camps
11 months ago
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Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites sponsor mural painting camps

The City of Frankfort’s Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Department is partnering with the Frankfort Rotary Club, Capital City Museum and Full Circle Studio & Gallery to sponsor the 2016 Kentucky River Children’s Mural Painting Summer Camps.
Kroger to host hiring fair at Lexington locations
11 months ago
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Kroger to host hiring fair at Lexington locations

Kroger in Lexington, as well as around the state, will be holding a job fair on Saturday May 14, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m..
Awesome Inc U’s developer bootcamp to guarantee job placement
11 months ago
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Awesome Inc U’s developer bootcamp to guarantee job placement

Awesome Inc U has announced a 3-month full-time training program for adults interested in computer programming as a profession.
“Stamp Out Hunger” food drive to be held Saturday
11 months ago
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“Stamp Out Hunger” food drive to be held Saturday

Saturday, May 14, marks the 24th anniversary of America’s largest-single day of giving — the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
CRF Frozen Foods Expands Voluntary Recall
11 months ago
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CRF Frozen Foods Expands Voluntary Recall

As a precaution, CRF Frozen Foods of Pasco, Washington is expanding its voluntary recall of frozen organic and traditional fruits and vegetables.
Arbor Day event combines Douglass Park renovation, safety
11 months ago
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Arbor Day event combines Douglass Park renovation, safety

It takes a lot of hands to renovate a park that’s been around for 100 years. 100 hands, to be specific.
Students, teacher honored at Rotary Club event
11 months ago
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Students, teacher honored at Rotary Club event

It was a big day at the Rotary Club of Lexington, where some exceptional students were honored on Thursday.
Free med toss event this weekend
11 months ago
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Free med toss event this weekend

Citizens are encouraged to clean out their medicine cabinet this weekend and properly dispose of unwanted, unused or outdated prescription drugs at Lexington’s annual spring Med Toss event.
Watershed Conference features middle school researchers
11 months ago
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Watershed Conference features middle school researchers

Students from several Kentucky middle schools attended the Watershed Conference on Wednesday, presenting their own watershed research projects.
Centre College Class of 2015 achieves 98% employment and graduate school placement
11 months ago
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Centre College Class of 2015 achieves 98% employment and graduate school placement

According to data recently compiled by Centre College, 98 percent of the Class of 2015 is either employed or pursuing advanced study since graduation this past May.
Elementary students meet their high school pen pals in Lexington
11 months ago
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Elementary students meet their high school pen pals in Lexington

Pen pals became in-person friends at Athens-Chilesburg elementary on Tuesday.
I just found bunnies!  What do I do?
11 months ago
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I just found bunnies! What do I do?

Lexington-Fayette Animal Care & Control are alerting residents to a higher chance of finding baby rabbits during this time of year, and that despite the temptation, it is very hard to successfully raise baby bunnies by hand.
Special Olympics track & field meet held at BSHS
11 months ago
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Special Olympics track & field meet held at BSHS

Hundreds of athletes competed in the Special Olympics track and field meet at Bryan Station High School in Lexington on Saturday.
Join the Main Street Clean Sweep for Earth Day
11 months ago
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Join the Main Street Clean Sweep for Earth Day

Help keep downtown Lexington clean and green on Earth Day, Friday, April 22nd!
Police and Fire Departments set to rumble in flag football game
11 months ago
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Police and Fire Departments set to rumble in flag football game

The Frankfort Fire Department and Police Department will be participating in a Charity Flag Football Game on Sunday, April 24 at 2 p.m. on the Franklin County High School football field.
Mountain Mushroom Festival to kick off Saturday
11 months ago
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Mountain Mushroom Festival to kick off Saturday

Fans of morel mushrooms and Kentucky agate will get their fill this weekend in Irvine at the Mountain Mushroom Festival.
LPD unveil “Text-A-Tip” feature
11 months ago
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LPD unveil “Text-A-Tip” feature

On Thursday, the Lexington Police Department announced the availability of Text-a-Tip, a tool for citizens to anonymously submit crime-related information.
IEA National Finals begin at Kentucky Horse Park
11 months ago
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IEA National Finals begin at Kentucky Horse Park

Over 600 of the nation's leading middle school and high school equestrians are at the Kentucky Horse Park for the 2016 Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) National Finals. The competition will run through Sunday.
Students soar at Transylvania University’s Superhero Day
11 months ago
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Students soar at Transylvania University’s Superhero Day

On Monday, students from Arlington and William Wells Brown elementary schools, as well as Sayre School, got the hero treatment at Superhero Day, as part of Transylvania University's Community Engagement Through the Arts class.
Health department to hold annual rabies clinic May 5
12 months ago
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Health department to hold annual rabies clinic May 5

An upcoming clinic will give Lexington pet owners a shot at a low-cost rabies shot.
Lafayette sophomore tapped for Rose Parade national band
12 months ago
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Lafayette sophomore tapped for Rose Parade national band

Music for All has selected Claire Howell, a sophomore at Lafayette High School, to participate in the Bands of America (BOA) Honor Band in the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade.
Kick Butts Day held on UK campus
12 months ago
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Kick Butts Day held on UK campus

Kick Butts Day, an annual event to increases awareness about the impact of tobacco use at the University of Kentucky and throughout Kentucky, was recognized on the Rose Street walkway on Tuesday.
City to collect household hazardous waste
12 months ago
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City to collect household hazardous waste

Lexington will host a household hazardous waste collection on Saturday, April 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike.
Voter registration deadline for primary elections one week away
12 months ago
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Voter registration deadline for primary elections one week away

Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is reminding eligible Kentuckians that the deadline to register to vote in the upcoming May 17 Primary Election is next Monday, April 18.
Lextran to shuttle between Keeneland, Commonwealth Stadium Apr. 16
12 months ago
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Lextran to shuttle between Keeneland, Commonwealth Stadium Apr. 16

Lextran will provide shuttle service between Keeneland Racecourse and Commonwealth Stadium for double the action Saturday, April 16th, with a noon kick for football and a 12:35 p.m. opening post time at Keeneland.
Madison Co. Youth In Action to hold awards ceremony for law enforcement
12 months ago
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Madison Co. Youth In Action to hold awards ceremony for law enforcement

The Madison County Youth in Action Team is calling for nominations for their Law Enforcement Officer of Year Awards.
Like the ponies but not the pints? You can be a Keeneland HERO
12 months ago
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Like the ponies but not the pints? You can be a Keeneland HERO

Keeneland wants their fans to be heroes -- designated driving heroes that is.
EKU faculty member appointed to common core think tank
12 months ago
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EKU faculty member appointed to common core think tank

An Eastern Kentucky University faculty member has been appointed to the Learning First Alliance’s Get It Right Practitioner Think Tank.
Kentucky Heritage Council documents Main Street investment
12 months ago
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Kentucky Heritage Council documents Main Street investment

The Kentucky Heritage Council says the program to promote commercial downtown districts documented $76 million of investment in 44 communities in 2015.
God’s Pantry Food Bank increasing senior service in Fayette Co.
12 months ago
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God’s Pantry Food Bank increasing senior service in Fayette Co.

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) in Fayette County, through God's Pantry Food Bank, has recently increased the senior service and is looking for eligible seniors to apply.
Worldwide Staffing to hold job fair in Frankfort
12 months ago
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Worldwide Staffing to hold job fair in Frankfort

Job seekers will be able to meet potential employers at a job fair in Frankfort held by Worldwide Staffing later this week.
Free health care screenings at Jessamine Co. Health Check-up Day
12 months ago
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Free health care screenings at Jessamine Co. Health Check-up Day

Jessamine County’s Annual Health Check-up Day and the Annual Healthy Family Community Resource Fair have joined forces to offer the 2016 Jessamine Health Check-up Day on Saturday, April 16 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Jessamine County Career and Technology Center (JCTC).
KY Equine Humane Center to hold “Stock the Barn” fundraiser
12 months ago
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KY Equine Humane Center to hold “Stock the Barn” fundraiser

The Kentucky Equine Humane Center will be hosting their annual fundraiser, "Stock the Barn," on the evening of April 16, 2016 at Manchester Music Hall in Lexington.
KU celebrates Earth Day with free tree seedling giveaway in Lexington
12 months ago
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KU celebrates Earth Day with free tree seedling giveaway in Lexington

Kentucky Utilities Company will join other local Earth Day activities across the state by giving away free redbud tree seedlings. The giveaway will take place on April 21, at the Lexington Operations Center located at 500 Stone Road.
Try the Y for free in April
12 months ago
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Try the Y for free in April

Every Tuesday in April, the YMCA of Central Kentucky is inviting the community to give the Y a try for free, no strings attached.
Lexington Commissioner of Health dies at 75
12 months ago
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Lexington Commissioner of Health dies at 75

Dr. Rice Cowan Leach, a life-long Public Health servant and Lexington’s Commissioner of Health, died Friday, April 1, following a battle with cancer. He was 75.
UK to ‘Light It Up Blue’ for autism awareness
12 months ago
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UK to ‘Light It Up Blue’ for autism awareness

You’ll see blue on the University of Kentucky campus Saturday night, April 2, as iconic Memorial Hall, as well as the Lyman T Johnson, Central II, Haggin, Woodland Glen I, Champions Court I and Champions Court II residence halls will be lit with blue lights in honor of World Autism Awareness Day.
Students spend time with KSP in Harlan
12 months ago
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Students spend time with KSP in Harlan

On Thursday, a group of ten Knox Co. Central High School students paid a visit to Kentucky State Police Post 10 in Harlan to learn more about police work.
Day elected faculty regent at EKU
12 months ago
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Day elected faculty regent at EKU

Dr. Richard Day has been elected as faculty regent at Eastern Kentucky University.
“Life is Cool” comes to Pulaski Co.
12 months ago
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“Life is Cool” comes to Pulaski Co.

4th grade students throughout the Pulaski Co. school system are learning about making healthy choices during the "Life is Cool" program, running Tuesday and Wednesday.
New partnership aims to help college-going adults
12 months ago
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New partnership aims to help college-going adults

Kentucky Adult Education and the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority will launch a partnership on April 1 aimed at helping qualified adults transition or return to college or technical school.
City Barbeque raising funds for traumatic brain injury assistance
1 year ago
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City Barbeque raising funds for traumatic brain injury assistance

March is National Brain Injury Awareness month, and City Barbeque is wrapping up it’s campaign to help raise funds and awareness on the issue.
Madison Co. Sheriff’s Office to host “Battle of the Badges” b-ball tournament
1 year ago
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Madison Co. Sheriff’s Office to host “Battle of the Badges” b-ball tournament

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is hosting the 1st Annual “Battle of the Badges” basketball tournament at Madison Central High School Gymnasium on March 26, 2016.
Bad decisions make for good education in Scott Co.
1 year ago
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Bad decisions make for good education in Scott Co.

On Thursday, over 700 students took part in a unique event exploring the nature of bad decisions and consequences.
Sand sculpture rises at Triangle Park
1 year ago
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Sand sculpture rises at Triangle Park

A sculpture made from 20 tons of sand is taking shape in downtown Lexington at Triangle Park.
Corbin afterschool Program Wins National Award
1 year ago
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Corbin afterschool Program Wins National Award

An afterschool program in Corbin will receive $10,000 dollars after winning the Dollar General Afterschool Literacy Award, a national award from The Afterschool Alliance.
Kentucky American Water to conduct spring cleaning
1 year ago
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Kentucky American Water to conduct spring cleaning

You may see Kentucky American Water crews in your area this spring opening fire hydrants and letting them flow for a period of time.
“Life is Cool” for Sandersville Elementary students
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“Life is Cool” for Sandersville Elementary students

Students at Sandersville Elementary school learned about the human body, and how to make smart decisions about what they put in it at the "Life Is Cool" program on Wednesday.
Fayette Co. students pitch business plans
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Fayette Co. students pitch business plans

High school students in Fayette Co. showed off their business acumen at a Junior Achievement event on Tuesday.
County-wide clean up scheduled in Jessamine Co.
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County-wide clean up scheduled in Jessamine Co.

Jessamine Co. Environmental Services has scheduled a county-wide cleanup, running from April 9-16.
App aims to improve literacy at Frankfort Independent Schools
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App aims to improve literacy at Frankfort Independent Schools

A parent-training session will be held on Thursday at Frankfort High School, as Frankfort Independent Schools (FIS) unveil a new app aimed to connect the community and improve literacy among students
2016 Empty Bowls event seeks to raise awareness of local hunger
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2016 Empty Bowls event seeks to raise awareness of local hunger

Students, potters, and the public will come together on Wednesday, March 30 to raise awareness of local hunger needs at the annual "Empty Bowls" event and meal. The event will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Commons, located in the Woods-Penniman Building on the Berea College campus.
Taziki’s looking to hire 50 in Lexington
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Taziki’s looking to hire 50 in Lexington

Taziki’s Mediterranean Café, coming to Lexington on Southland Drive in April, is looking to hire up to fifty positions for the new restaurant.
KET to host House & Senate candidates on Kentucky Tonight
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KET to host House & Senate candidates on Kentucky Tonight

Voters can hear from the candidates for the 2016 primary races for U.S. House and U.S. Senate starting Monday on KET's Kentucky Tonight program.
Workforce training initiative adds chapter in NE Kentucky
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Workforce training initiative adds chapter in NE Kentucky

Gov. Matt Bevin says a workforce training initiative has expanded into northeastern Kentucky.
Lexington Kiwanis Club to host annual Chili/Spaghetti Day
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Lexington Kiwanis Club to host annual Chili/Spaghetti Day

The Lexington Kiwanis Club will be hosting its annual fundraising Chili/Spaghetti Day from 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 17 at Cavalry Baptist Church in downtown Lexington.
Transplant Games flag comes to UK HealthCare
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Transplant Games flag comes to UK HealthCare

The Transplant Games of America's National Flag Tour stopped at UK HealthCare on Thursday to celebrate organ donors and recipients on its way to the 2016 Games in Cleveland this June.
Police search Western Elementary looking for Mr. Lepre Chaun
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Police search Western Elementary looking for Mr. Lepre Chaun

Police in Georgetown feel like they have some solid leads after an investigation on a pesky visitor to Western Elementary.
“Mouthmobile” bringing free dental care to Frankfort veterans Friday
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“Mouthmobile” bringing free dental care to Frankfort veterans Friday

The Aspen Dental “Mouthmobile,” a fully-equipped dental office on wheels, is stopping in Frankfort of Friday to provide local veterans with free dental care.
KY Post Offices holding passport fairs this weekend
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KY Post Offices holding passport fairs this weekend

Several Post Offices in Kentucky will hold passport fairs this weekend for first-time passport applicants or for those seeking to renew a passport. Locations and times below.
Car donated to family of victim injured in Lexington shooting
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Car donated to family of victim injured in Lexington shooting

A Lexington family received a very special gift on Wednesday, that will hopefully help them put behind an extremely painful memory.
Dr. Rice Leach named 2016 Public Health Hero
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Dr. Rice Leach named 2016 Public Health Hero

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department’s Board of Health has selected Commissioner of Health Dr. Rice Leach as the 2016 Public Health Hero.
Former BSHS students rally around friend, raise awareness for kidney donations
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Former BSHS students rally around friend, raise awareness for kidney donations

As part of National Kidney Month, former Bryan Station students hosted a kickoff to promote awareness of the critical need for living kidney transplant donors.
1,500 expected at Officer Daniel Ellis Memorial 5K Run/Walk
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1,500 expected at Officer Daniel Ellis Memorial 5K Run/Walk

A 5K honoring the life and legacy of Officer Daniel Ellis will be held Sunday, March 19, at the Richmond Centre Mall in Richmond.
FCPS Superintendent to hold “Talk with Caulk” meetings
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FCPS Superintendent to hold “Talk with Caulk” meetings

The Superintendent of Fayette County Public Schools is inviting the community to “Talk with Caulk” next week.
KY Div. of Forestry: Don’t let rains fool you – fire threat real
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KY Div. of Forestry: Don’t let rains fool you – fire threat real

The Kentucky Division of Forestry reminds Kentucky landowners and homeowners that wildfires can strike any time where grass and brush are dry enough to burn.
Regular yard waste removal to resume
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Regular yard waste removal to resume

As the spring season continues to develop in the Commonwealth, so do extra lawn trimmings and general vegetation.
UPDATE: Group returns after delivering 2nd truckload of water to Flint
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UPDATE: Group returns after delivering 2nd truckload of water to Flint

A Lexington Hip-Hop artist is back from Flint, Michigan.
Georgetown PD to hold tribute for victims of violent crime
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Georgetown PD to hold tribute for victims of violent crime

The Georgetown Police Department will be holding a tribute as part of National Crime Victims' Rights Week to honor victims of violent crime.
City plans to have 78 ash trees removed
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City plans to have 78 ash trees removed

Lexington's Division of Environmental Services says seventy-eight dying ash trees, along two major roadways, will be removed by a city contractor this month.
LPD asks for community feedback
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LPD asks for community feedback

The Lexington Police have released a feedback survey for all members of the community to complete, if they wish.
11 Kentucky sites approved for Register of Historic Places
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11 Kentucky sites approved for Register of Historic Places

Eleven Kentucky sites have been approved for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
Fayette Co. Schools offering after-school meals to at-risk students
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Fayette Co. Schools offering after-school meals to at-risk students

Several sites in Fayette County Public Schools now provide free after-school meals for low-income students through the federal Child and Adult Care Food Program
Old Crow Medicine Show, Marty Stuart to play bluegrass show
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Old Crow Medicine Show, Marty Stuart to play bluegrass show

Organizers of the International Bluegrass Music Museum's annual concert fundraiser say Old Crow Medicine Show, Lee Ann Womack and Marty Stuart have been added to the show's lineup.
Fayette Co. schools collecting prom dresses
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Fayette Co. schools collecting prom dresses

Prom season is right around the corner, but buying that prom dress can be pretty expensive.
Open house planned for opening of Mine Training Facility
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Open house planned for opening of Mine Training Facility

The Kentucky Coal Academy is planning an event next month to mark the opening of its new Mine Training Facility in southeastern Kentucky.
Blood drive to support eight-year-old Versailles patient
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Blood drive to support eight-year-old Versailles patient

Eight-year-old Baily Ford of Versailles is fighting a big fight
Lexington Legends to hold job fair Saturday
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Lexington Legends to hold job fair Saturday

The Lexington Legends will hold a Job Fair on Saturday, February 20 from 9 a.m. to noon at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.
CRMC employee saves lives by the gallon
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CRMC employee saves lives by the gallon

The Clark Regional Medical Center (CRMC) is recognizing a radiologist for a life-saving commitment to blood donation.
Ky. Community college system president picked for new board
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Ky. Community college system president picked for new board

The president of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System has been picked for a new board that will advocate for community colleges at the federal level.
Valentine’s party held at Kentucky Children’s Hospital
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Valentine’s party held at Kentucky Children’s Hospital

Valentine's Day is this weekend but patients at a local children's hospital got to celebrate it a little early.
State crews treating and plowing in Central KY
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State crews treating and plowing in Central KY

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says crews are hard at work treating and plowing roads in Central Kentucky.
UPDATE: Anderson Co. family still in need of new driveway for disabled son
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UPDATE: Anderson Co. family still in need of new driveway for disabled son

Previous heavy rain and impending winter weather have an Anderson County family realizing just how precarious their situation is, especially when it comes to accessibility to their rural home.
Investigation continues in possible salmonella outbreak
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Investigation continues in possible salmonella outbreak

The Estill County Health Department is investigating a possible Salmonella outbreak in the community.
Group gathers water for second trip to Flint
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Group gathers water for second trip to Flint

Devine Carama, director of Believing In Forever, Inc., is conducting a second "Fresh Water For Flint" water drive to combat the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Waste management posts Presidents’ Day collections, closings
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Waste management posts Presidents’ Day collections, closings

Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Presidents’ Day holiday
Health Dept. seeks nominees for Public Health Heroes
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Health Dept. seeks nominees for Public Health Heroes

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is accepting nominees for their 13th annual Public Health Heroes Award.
Movie Tavern completes renovations at Brannon Crossing
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Movie Tavern completes renovations at Brannon Crossing

After six months of construction, Movie Tavern has officially converted the formerly-known AmStar theater at Brannon Crossing into to a cinema-eatery
Cabela’s announces opening date of Lexington store
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Cabela’s announces opening date of Lexington store

On Thursday, Cabela’s announced plans to celebrate the official grand opening of its new Lexington store on Wednesday, March 16, with a unique ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by a weekend-long celebration featuring giveaways, family activities, guest appearances and more.
Heating assistance funds available for residents in need
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Heating assistance funds available for residents in need

As the region’s unusually mild temperatures decline into those more typical of the season, some area residents may have trouble keeping their homes comfortable.
Kroger, God’s Pantry Food Bank team up for “Souperbowl of Caring”
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Kroger, God’s Pantry Food Bank team up for “Souperbowl of Caring”

This Saturday, February 6th, select Kroger stores in Lexington will be hosting God’s Pantry Food Bank volunteers for the annual “Souperbowl of Caring” food drive.
KBC taking steps to protect blood supply from Zika virus
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KBC taking steps to protect blood supply from Zika virus

Kentucky Blood Center is asking donors to refrain from giving blood for 28 days after having traveled to the following areas where the Zika virus is most prominent: Mexico, the Caribbean, Latin or South America.
IRS: Phone scams serious threat in 2016 tax filing season
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IRS: Phone scams serious threat in 2016 tax filing season

Aggressive and threatening phone calls by criminals impersonating IRS agents remain a major threat to taxpayers, headlining the annual "Dirty Dozen" list of tax scams for the 2016 filing season, the Internal Revenue Service announced today.
Reminder: Ways to report power outages to KU
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Reminder: Ways to report power outages to KU

As winds and thunderstorms kick up tonight, there is the possibility of power outages in the area. Kentucky Utilities is reminding the public of ways to report a power outage, if your service goes out.
Chefs to help prepare meals in some Kentucky schools
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Chefs to help prepare meals in some Kentucky schools

Chefs will help schools in eight Kentucky counties start preparing meals using fresh, local foods as part of two farm-to-school pilot projects.
Britax recalls over 71,000 infant seats; handles can break
1 year ago
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Britax recalls over 71,000 infant seats; handles can break

Britax Child Safety is recalling more than 71,000 infant car seats because the carrying handles can break.
KYTC: Use the four P’s of safe winter driving
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KYTC: Use the four P’s of safe winter driving

Since October, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 11 crews have been inspecting snow plows, calibrating salt-spreading equipment and developing snowstorm response procedures to keep District 11’s state roads passable during inclement weather.
Whooping cough vaccinations urged after recent outbreak
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Whooping cough vaccinations urged after recent outbreak

Health officials in western Kentucky are encouraging people to get vaccinated for whooping cough, despite the area not being part of a statewide surge in reported cases.
Snow day camps at the Explorium of Lexington
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Snow day camps at the Explorium of Lexington

A snow day has always been a cause of excitement for students, an unexpected burst of freedom from the classroom.
Get screened during Cervical Health Awareness Month
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Get screened during Cervical Health Awareness Month

Cervical cancer is one of the most preventable cancers, yet hundreds of Kentucky women still die from it each year.
AAA: Drive not to slide
1 year ago
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AAA: Drive not to slide

AAA says drive not to slide today as snow and ice covered roads will reduce tire traction.
Lexus announces 3rd annual Lexus for the Little Ones raffle
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Lexus announces 3rd annual Lexus for the Little Ones raffle

Lexus of Lexington is asking for your help to raise $100,000 dollars for Kentucky Children's Hospital, and they're throwing a car into the bargain.
Whooping cough cases on the rise in Kentucky
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Whooping cough cases on the rise in Kentucky

Kentucky experienced a rise in reported cases of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, at the end of 2015, with public health officials reporting 87 cases of the illness between August and December.
Health Department: Avoid frostbite, hypothermia with cold temperatures
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Health Department: Avoid frostbite, hypothermia with cold temperatures

With temperatures dropping throughout the day, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department asks residents to use caution when dealing with the cold weather.
Anti-violence and awareness groups work to educate
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Anti-violence and awareness groups work to educate

A panel, hosted by the Lexington Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., helped teach area youth about how to stay out of trouble.
Partners for Youth grassroots grant program accepting applications
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Partners for Youth grassroots grant program accepting applications

Partners for Youth is currently accepting applications for its grassroots grants program.
Tates Creek High team to compete in Eco Challenge finals
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Tates Creek High team to compete in Eco Challenge finals

A group from Tates Creek High School has advanced to the 32-team final round of the 2016 Lexus Eco Challenge, a national contest for grades 6-12 built on environmental issues and practical solutions.
Public meetings invite community to “Dream a perfect library”
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Public meetings invite community to “Dream a perfect library”

The Lexington Public Library will hold a series of community meetings in January in order to receive input into the library’s new strategic plan.
Lineup released for 2016 Red, White, & Boom
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Lineup released for 2016 Red, White, & Boom

98.1 The Bull, the Lexington Legends and Hardee’s unveiled a new date, a third day, and the partial lineup for the annual Red, White & Boom Music Festival.
KYTC: Use the four P’s of safe winter driving
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KYTC: Use the four P’s of safe winter driving

Since October, Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) District 11 crews have been inspecting snow plows, calibrating salt-spreading equipment and developing snowstorm response procedures to keep District 11’s state roads passable during inclement weather.
Protect against vision loss during National Glaucoma Month
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Protect against vision loss during National Glaucoma Month

January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, and the Kentucky Optometric Association (KOA) is urging people take control of their eye health through early detection to help minimize the risk of developing glaucoma.
Kenlake State Resort Park to offer eagle watching trip for students
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Kenlake State Resort Park to offer eagle watching trip for students

The Kentucky State Parks are offering a unique field trip experience for students interested in wildlife and the environment.
‘Santa’s Kids’ short on gifts
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‘Santa’s Kids’ short on gifts

A Central Kentucky organization that brings joy to children around the holidays needs your help.
Salvation Army to host “Miracle on Main Street”
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Salvation Army to host “Miracle on Main Street”

The Salvation Army is coming together to pray for a Christmas Miracle this Thursday, for anyone who needs it.
Salvation Army to serve Christmas Day Dinner
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Salvation Army to serve Christmas Day Dinner

The Salvation Army will serve a Christmas Day Dinner to the community at 736 W. Main Street, Lexington, KY from 12PM-1:30PM on Christmas Day.
Waste Management releases holiday pick-up schedule
1 year ago
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Waste Management releases holiday pick-up schedule

Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays.
Need overwhelming supply at God’s Pantry Food Bank
1 year ago
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Need overwhelming supply at God’s Pantry Food Bank

God’s Pantry Food Bank is asking the community to help people in need as the year draws to a close.
Annual Christmas Store opens
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Annual Christmas Store opens

For twenty years now, the Catholic Action Center's Christmas Store has been making shopping during the holidays easier for families in need.
Volunteers needed for Faith and Community Christmas Store
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Volunteers needed for Faith and Community Christmas Store

The Catholic Action Center has organized the Faith and Community Christmas Store, where low income family can shop for but organizers say it takes the entire community’s help.
Community gathers for funeral of boy killed in burglary
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Community gathers for funeral of boy killed in burglary

Hundreds of people are gathered to remember the life of Logan.
3-day donation drive helps Woodford Humane Society
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3-day donation drive helps Woodford Humane Society

PODS Moving & Storage is teaming up with the Bark N' Bakery to make the Christmas brighter for animals in Woodford Co. shelters.
Owners: Natasha’s Bistro & Cafe will not reopen
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Owners: Natasha’s Bistro & Cafe will not reopen

A 25-year run at Natasha's Bistro & Cafe is officially over.
Benefit concert to be held for slain 6-year-old
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Benefit concert to be held for slain 6-year-old

The Woodford Co. High School Chamber Orchestra will be performing a set of Christmas and Winter-themed music at the First Christian Church of Versailles on Thursday, December 10.
Foundation taking applications for 2016-17 scholarships
1 year ago
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Foundation taking applications for 2016-17 scholarships

The Community Foundation of Louisville plans to award up to $1 million in college scholarships, and it is taking applications now.
St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway releases artist rendition of home
1 year ago
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St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway releases artist rendition of home

The St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway will begin selling tickets in March, but interested partici[pants can see a picture of what the home will look like when it's completed.
Sorority’s annual doll campaign wraps up
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Sorority’s annual doll campaign wraps up

The members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. are bringing Christmas to hundreds of children following this year's annual doll campaign.
OUTCRY tour announces dates at Rupp Arena
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OUTCRY tour announces dates at Rupp Arena

The OUTCRY Tour 2016 will be coming to Rupp Arena on Saturday, April 16.
gofundme account established for 6-year-old stabbing victim
1 year ago
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gofundme account established for 6-year-old stabbing victim

A gofundme account has been established to help offset funeral expenses for a Versailles family who's 6-year-old child was stabbed to death early Monday morning during a burglary attempt.
Community college system awards record number of degrees
1 year ago
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Community college system awards record number of degrees

Kentucky's community and technical college system awarded a record number of associate degrees in the past academic year.
H20 Help to Others program helps families in need
1 year ago
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H20 Help to Others program helps families in need

Kentucky American Water wants to remind customers and the community of an opportunity to help families in need by donating to the “H20 Help to Others” program.
Angel Cat Tree program purrs along
1 year ago
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Angel Cat Tree program purrs along

The Lexington Hospital for Cats has kicked off its annual Angel Tree Cat Tree program for 2015.
Health officials: Get vaccinated during National Influenza Vaccination Week
1 year ago
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Health officials: Get vaccinated during National Influenza Vaccination Week

State public health officials are encouraging Kentuckians to get a flu vaccination during National Influenza Vaccination Week to reduce the spread of illness this holiday season.
1st confirmed case of flu in Fayette Co.
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1st confirmed case of flu in Fayette Co.

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is announcing that the first case of flu this season has been confirmed in Fayette Co.
Community rallies around Lexington Rescue Mission
1 year ago
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Community rallies around Lexington Rescue Mission

The community wasn’t going to let a broken sewer pipe intrude on the holiday season at the Lexington Rescue Mission.
Special Olympics Artistic Gymnastics Competition kicks off Saturday
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Special Olympics Artistic Gymnastics Competition kicks off Saturday

The mats at Legacy Gymnastics in Lexington will be full on Saturday as the Special Olympics State Artistic Gymnastics Competition kicks off, with 22 gymnasts taking part.