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Charity Bowlin has been working at a nursing home in Jackson County for a little less than a year. Living in Whitley County she drives almost an hour to work every day to help the residents at Jackson Manor.
Darren Atkins served in the army for 14 years. He is Chaplain with the VFW in Whitesburg, Kentucky. When the coronavirus first broke, he immediately looked for a way he could serve his community during the pandemic.
After Governor Andy Beshear's press conference on Monday, where he advised school superintendents to extend the closures, the Fayette County Public Schools sent out information about continuing non-tradition instruction, or NTI days for the rest of the school year.
We've learned information about COVID-19 from doctors and the CDC but what about GEN Z?
The Hazard ARH Regional Medical Center wants to prepare them for the possibility of the virus continuing to hit the nation.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness in Lexington created Participation Station ten years ago to bring people together who have had bad experiences in the community due to their behavioral challenges.
It's where they can be themselves with no judgment, but because of COVID-19 they can no longer participate in person.
Around this time of year, students are preparing for their spring concerts and tons of other talent showcases but because of the COVID-19 pandemic families are stuck at home.
That's how the idea of a concert on the porch was born.
COVID-19 is causing people to cancel summer plans including the annual pride festival in downtown Lexington. Although, the Pride Community Services Organization says they do not plan to cancel, just postpone until the community is safe and healthy.