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Some lane-closure changes coming for I-75 North bridge work

Interstate 75 Northbound in Fayette and Madison counties at Clays Ferry Bridge

Versailles Mayor elected KLC president

Woodford County Judge Executive swears in friend.

Lexington workers likely to get stimulus bonus supplements

Checks could be to workers as early as Thanksgiving

UPDATE: Family joins in tribute as retired justice’s portrait unveiled

Member of the judiciary for 35 years, having also served as a Circuit Court judge for Lincoln, Pulaski and Rockcastle counties

State panel discusses upcoming school report cards, online testing

SCAAC discusses spring 2021 Kentucky Summative Assessment, upcoming School Report Card release

State launches program to retain workers, boost addiction treatment

Collaborative effort unites state government, health care and business communities

Fayette three-day weekend COVID numbers down slightly, too early for optimism

Weekend numbers down slightly from recent weekends.

Richmond may annex Goggins Lane to help manage growth

Controlling the road will help decide ingress and egress to development.

Wells Fargo grants $600,000 to help Lexington small businesses

Funds will provide capital and technical assistance to bolster diverse small businesses impacted by COVID-19.

State dedicates the new weigh station on Highway 23 in Floyd County

One of 17 statewide, on busy road along state's eastern border.

Rosa Parks, six other state schools named national Blue Ribbon winners

Schools among 325 recognized nationwide.

New Clark County company hosting job fair

Event set Friday afternoon in Winchester.

Women’s Hospital at Saint Joseph East receives $24,000 grant

To Purchase Equipment for Labor and Delivery Care, Funding from WHAS Crusade for Children

Pulaski students can win $500, prizes in annual cleanup

SPEDA’s Triple Bag Challenge encourages good environmental stewardship by rewarding cleanup efforts

Groups celebrate removal of largest dam to date in state

The Green River is one of the most biodiverse rivers in the country, with more than 150 fish species and more than 70 species of mussels, including 43 endemic species—found nowhere else in the world.

Midway University alums elect new board members, student reps

Three new student members, eight alumni