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Friday's fifth installment is Kentucky Power's last payment to Lawrence County Schools for its multi-year grant.
Kentucky Power on Friday awarded a $30,000 American Electric Power (AEP) Foundation grant to the Kentucky Coalition Against Domestic Violence to aid women in eastern Kentucky.
The London-Corbin Airport and Gallatin Airport will receive federal money for runway reconstruction and other improvements.
Eight volunteer fire departments in Letcher County received five new sets of turnout gear thanks to a grant from the American Electric Power Foundation.
Grant money from the federal government is designed to help out-of-work coal miners find new work.
Kentucky Power awards an AEP Foundation grant to Appalshop in Letcher County to help tell the stories of the people of Appalachia.
Nearly $2 million in grant money is available in Kentucky to fight violence against women.
KDA's Farm to School Program was awarded a grant to expand efforts to help schools serve local foods to students.
The schools received $150,000 in grant money.
Three public parks in Lexington now have new ash urns thanks to a grant from a national organization.
Kentucky receives grant money to pay crime victim compensation claims and to meet the needs of crime victims.
A $10 million grant will help integrate care in two service regions in Kentucky.
The federal government says it will provide states nearly half a billion dollars for prevention and treatment programs aimed at confronting the opioid epidemic.
Kentucky's juvenile justice department will soon begin accepting applications for a grant program that supports alternatives to detention for low-level juvenile offenders.
Lexington arts organizations received grant money on Arts Day in Kentucky on Friday.
FEMA has authorized federal money to help fight a wildfire in Breathitt County.
The Kentucky Arts Council has awarded more than $192,000 in operating support to 15 arts organizations in Lexington for the 2017 fiscal year through its Kentucky Arts Partnership (KAP) program.
The Appalachian Regional Commission has approved $500,000 in funding to expand sewer service in the eastern Kentucky city of Irvine.
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky (TMMK) is paying for a new fleet of cars for Lexington's 'Safety City,' which teaches elementary school students about traffic, pedestrian, bicycle, seat belt and firearm safety.
Governor Steve Beshear and Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) officials on Tuesday announced the award of $6.5 million in Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and $1.2 million to Lextran to improve safety and air quality in Kentucky’s second-largest city.
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