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The Kentucky Distillers’ Association announced Tuesday that LYFT users can get two $10 discounts Wednesday through Sunday by entering the code SAFERIDETURKEY in the Lyft mobile application.
New coats and hoodies for children can be dropped off at regional child support enforcement offices or county attorney child support offices around the state.
The food drive collects non-perishable food items for families in need throughout the Commonwealth.
Tips to keep from getting scammed this holiday shopping season.
On Monday, the city broke ground on Meadowthorpe Landing, a new affordable 71-unit apartment building on Antique Drive.
Sharing Thanksgiving has been expanded to include residents who have been referred by community agencies in Laurel, Rowan and Floyd County.
The Lexington Division of Waste Management says it's adjusting its collection schedule for the upcoming Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays.
The program is expected to build bridges from the classroom to the workplace by adding value to degrees earned and fulfilling the needs of employers.
The Gobble Grease Toss takes place next Friday in Lexington.
Safe Passage says it plans to open the first shelter in 2020.
The association says the finalists were selected on the basis of leadership for learning, communication, professionalism and community involvement.
It's the third nonstop flight added by Frontier at the Louisville airport this year.
The Lexington Police Departments says, since 2015, 745 firearms have been reported stolen from vehicles in the city.
Lexington activates its Emergency Weather Plan to help keep homeless out of the cold.
The two curious and energetic tabby cats are brothers.
The food drive will run from Monday, November 19 through Friday, December 14.
The grant was awarded to address the high prevalence of oral cancer in Harlan, Letcher and Pike counties in eastern Kentucky,
The LIHEAP Subsidy program provides a one-time benefit to eligible households to be used toward rising energy bills.
You can ride the bus or a bike for free in Lexington on Election Day.
The plan is to revise the existing Home Energy Assistance program to provide greater benefits in the winter.