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‘Tony the Tiger’ in town for sports, middle schools

In Lexington Saturday and Sunday.

Weekend food drive to benefit Mission, Foundation

Donations can be brought Saturday or Sunday.

Versailles Baptist Church to be Recognized for Mission Gifts

Versailles Baptist Church will be recognized at the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s annual meeting in November for surpassing a $3 million milestone in financial gifts for missions.

Help for Haiti after Hurricane Matthew

A Central Kentucky missionary is raising money to send help to Haiti after Hurricane Matthew.

Local family sponsors Haitian woman to study nursing in KY

Passenger after passenger, the Palmer family eagerly awaited their newest addition to the family from Haiti to come down the escalator at the Blue Grass Airport.

“The Peanut Butter Lady” collects PB for kids in Haiti

Prayers and donations from those at Journey Church in Winchester have put nurse Tara Young over the top with her goal to be able to feed 300 kids most of them orphans in Haiti every month.

Mt. Sterling woman collects 1,500 lbs of peanut butter for Haiti

A woman from Mount Sterling has made it her mission to help the children in Haiti suffering from malnutrition get the protein they need by collecting peanut butter in her community.

Community rallies around Lexington Rescue Mission

The community wasn’t going to let a broken sewer pipe intrude on the holiday season at the Lexington Rescue Mission.

St. Joseph Hospital event “A hole in one”

Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation announced on Thursday that their June 8 Golf scramble raised more than $106,000

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Compassionate Lexington sells MLK yard signs in support of free book program

Community organization Compassionate Lexington is selling yard signs in honor of an activists' daughter.

UPDATE: 62-year-charged in bank robbery; heavy traffic helped police

Man handed teller a note, made off with money.