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Visitation will be this Saturday, May 23 at the Kentucky Castle in Woodford County for Phyllis George, who passed away a week ago at the age of 70, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
Red State BBQ to continue curbside pickup, carryout and delivery
Starting today, for the first time in more than two months, restaurants in Kentucky are going to be able to welcome back customers into their establishments.
Jackson Manor nursing home in Annville recorded its first COVID-19 related death of a resident in more than two weeks after battling an outbreak at the facility.
Health officials say the death count in the county now stands at 13
Memorial Day weekend is here and to the delight of some, Governor Andy Beshear has lifted some travel restrictions.
Nourish Lexington provided free lunch to Lexington firefighters on Wednesday as a way to thank them for their hard work and sacrifice during the coronavirus outbreak.
IRS has sent nearly 130 million stimulus payments, more on the way
Governor Andy Beshear says Kentuckians will continue to beat COVID-19 and start to safely reopen the economy by getting tested and supporting contact tracing.
Lexington's mayor and the head of Central Bank are scheduled to talk about the city's economic recovery from COVID-19 on Monday.
Two months of free parking at LEXPARK on-street meters in Lexington ends on Monday, May 18.
May 17-23 is also Emergency Medical Services Week
Weddings are meant to be celebrated and joyous events. They take months and months to plan. So what happens when a global pandemics hits? One couple in Versailles changed their entire venue to their backyard.
Lincoln County joins a growing list of communities canceling summer fairs due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Attorneys general from 14 states, including Kentucky, want a federal-state partnership to hold the Chinese communist government responsible for its role in the spread of COVID-19.
The two chapters will hold a 26-day marathon challenge starting June 1
Soldiers returning to Fort Campbell after helping fight the coronavirus in New York City went straight into a 14-day quarantine.
KBC: in need of all eligible donors with elective surgeries starting back up
The head of infectious diseases at the Med Center in Bowling Green has tested positive for COVID-19 as the disease continues to spread rapidly through the Warren County area.
Volunteer program to remain on hiatus