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Kentucky receives $112 million in annual tobacco settlement funds

According to the Attorney General, Kentucky has received $112,659,718.88 from the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) in 2020. 

Grants available to arts groups, individuals hit by coronavirus

 Arts and arts groups hit hard by the coronavirus and its impact on exhibitions, sales, venues, performances, shows and gatherings may be eligible for some financial relief.

Transy students may get $250 or $1,000 grants from fed funds

Transylvania University students will receive emergency funds of either $250 or $1,000 as a result of the recently approved the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.

Emergency road aid funds awarded to Clay County Fiscal Court

The Clay County Fiscal Court will receive $101,100 in County Road Aid emergency funds.

McConnell says he’ll find funds for school at Fort Campbell

U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell says he's working to secure sufficient funding for Kentucky's military posts, including a new middle school at Fort Campbell.

Emergency road aid funds awarded to several Ky counties

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced on Tuesday several county Fiscal Court's will be awarded emergency road aid funds.

City of Millersburg awarded funds for drainage improvements

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Department of Rural and Municipal Aid announced $115,000 in discretionary funds for drainage repair in Millersburg.

Mt. Sterling receives $154,000 from state for road resurfacing

Mount Sterling is receiving money from the state to resurface North Maysville Street.

City of Camargo awarded $69,290 for road and sidewalk repairs

The City of Comargo is receiving $69,290 from the state to resurface Oldham Road and repair sidewalks on Camargo Road, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Over $5 million in grant funding for local communities

Over $5 million in grant funding for Kentucky communities announced on Friday.

Emergency road money awarded to the City of London

The state announced on Tuesday that London will receive $30,000 in emergency road money.

Harrison County awarded $340,000 for pavement improvements

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that $340,000 in discretionary funds have been awarded to the Harrison County Fiscal Court for vital resurfacing work on Wornall Lane and Waits Road.

Anderson County awarded $689,826 in funds for pavement improvements

The Department of Rural and Municipal Aid announced $689,826 in discretionary funds for vital resurfacing work on four roads in Anderson County.

Whitley Co. awarded $515,213 in funds for critical pavement improvements

Resurfacing repairs address existing surface cracks, potholes, raveling, and base failures.

Scott County Fiscal Court awarded $670,000 in funds for pavement improvements

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced $670,000 in discretionary funds for vital resurfacing work on three roadways in Scott County.

Marshall Co. school district awarded additional funds after 2018 school shooting

Marshall County School District in Kentucky has been awarded a second Project School Emergency Response to Violence grant totaling $460,064.

Transportation Cabinet awards $4.1 million to LFUCG and Lextran

Governor Matt Bevin and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announce $4.1 million has been awarded to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and Lextran to improve safety and air quality in Lexington.

Emergency road aid funds awarded to Whitley County Fiscal Court

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says that the Whitley County Fiscal Court will receive $67,725 in County Road Aid emergency funds.

State park taking public input ahead of potential upgrades

Kentucky state parks officials are holding a public hearing to take input on possible upgrades at Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park.

Beshear: $1.5 million of Purdue Pharma settlement funds to support drug prevention, treatment

Attorney General Andy Beshear has announced that his office is transferring $1.5 million of Purdue Pharma Settlement funds that will support Operation UNITE.

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Ky. restaurants join national plea for federal relief to survive the pandemic

Now, the industry is calling on the federal government to help in the next stimulus package.

Jessamine County Public Schools will begin classes online only

Students were going to have a choice of in-person or online classes, until the recent spike in coronavirus cases.
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Nobel Peace Prize winner remembered in Kentucky

Nobel Peace Prize winner John Hume died over the weekend at 83.

Clark County Public Schools to begin year online

First nine weeks are scheduled to be online starting September 8.