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Lexington church organization making a difference one doughnut at a time

Mary Queen of the Holy Rosary makes it its mission to share the sweet treats with those in need.

Lexington homeless shelter battling cold weather & COVID

The Catholic Action Center says since March, its had to turn people away, but now it's even tougher.

Catholic Action Center hands out Thanksgiving meals

Not even a global pandemic could stop the CAC from keeping its annual tradition.

Lundy’s teams with Catholic Action Center to feed the homeless

Lundy's Special Events has prepared more than 6,000 meals since March 17 and donated them to the Catholic Action Center to feed Lexington's homeless.

Homeless camps close; Shelters prepare for more people

Kentucky is entering a cold snap within the next couple of days and one major concern is the homeless people living on the streets.

Homeless advocate named Grand Marshal of St. Patrick’s Day Parade

Ginny Ramsey, director and co-founder of the Catholic Action Center, has been named as the grand marshal of the 39th annual Alltech Lexington St. Patrick’s Day Parade.

Catholic Action Center hosts community Thanksgiving dinner

While many people probably enjoyed a nice Thanksgiving meal with their families, not everyone had that opportunity.

Compassionate caravan giving out coats and food

The center has been collecting supplies all year long so the area homeless can stay warm this winter.

City Of Lexington Won’t Support Plan For Homeless Shelter On Price Road

Lexington's Mayor said Friday that the city will not pursue a proposal to turn the Lorillard Lofts on Price Road into a homeless facility.

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EKU archaeology students dig up the past at Daniel Boone National Forest

Findings from previous field schools include artifacts such as food remains and broken pottery to "features" such as stone-lined earth ovens as well as hearths and fire pits.

Contact with murder suspect leads to officer-involved shooting

Lexington Police were assisting United States Marshals at the 1600 block of Thirlstane Court Wednesday morning.

New UK workshop to help Kentucky mayors’ city design and planning skills

The first workshop will focus on community housing issues including housing security and homelessness.  

Water pump failure leads to boil water advisory in Campton

No water or low pressure is anticipated to affect residents across the county.