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St. Claire HealthCare begins community COVID-19 vaccinations

St. Claire HealthCare’s limited allocation of COVID-19 vaccines was quickly depleted Thursday.

Local health officials encourage the community to keep up holiday lights

Baptist Health Hardin leadership is asking Central Kentucky to keep holiday lights on display through January 31.

Community rallies around family of Lexington Police Detective during hard times

Lexington, Ky. (WTVQ)-- As some say when it rains it pours, that's literally the case for the Holland family. "The perfect storm so to speak,...

Feltner, other community health champions recognized

Felter was one of nine grassroots Kentucky leaders chosen from more than 200 nominees to be honored for their volunteerism and service in public health.

Unlike many cities, Lexington residents have strong access to parks and rec: Study

The Knight Foundation-commissioned report finds a national gap in accessexists along racial and economic lines

Community can help remove stigma, stop scams: Experts

Becoming advocates rather than victims is key.

The “New Deal that Works for Us” blueprint to help boost economy

An Ohio Valley Coalition is expected to unveil the blueprint to a new policy that will expand economic opportunity. "Reimagine Appalachia" is made up of leaders and organizations from West Virginia, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Ohio.

Dads get special recognition at 16th annual Fathers and Family Celebration

Dads got a little early celebrating Saturday at Douglass Park in Lexington during the 16th annual Fathers and Family Celebration.

Lexington-area groups receive arts grants

Total of $215,000 handed out to groups

Police chief talks progress, says more listening still needed

Chief talks differences from some other cities

Tree-planting effort takes a different approach this year

An annual effort to reforest the region will continue this year, although it may look a little different -- and be a little more personal -- because of the coronavirus epidemic.

GoodGiving Challenge tops last year’s opening day donations

The first day of the GoodGiving Challenge brought in $50,000 more for local nonprofits than opening day last year, according to campaign organizers.

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department hosting Narcan training

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is hosting a free community training class on Narcan and will provide a free Narcan kit to those who attend.

Kentucky Humanities to host annual book fair

Kentucky Humanties Book Fair is a part of a larger Kentucky Book Festival.

LGBTQ* resource center celebrates Trans Week of Awareness

In honor of national Transgender Week of Awareness, is hosting its own Trans Week of Awareness (TWOA) Nov. 18 through Nov. 22.

“School’s Open Drive Carefully” campaign underway

A new campaign reminds motorists to slow down and be aware as children head back to school.

Frozen treats from Lexington Police will continue because of donation

Lexington Police say they recently ran out of frozen treats.

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