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PLAN YOUR ROUTE: Road work to cause closures on I-75, Jessamine County

Closures Sunday night, Tuesday and Wednesday.

More than 39,000 still without power as of 10 a.m. Tuesday

More than 39,000 Kentucky Power customers remain without power in counties east and southeast of Lexington, even with more than 500 personnel working on repairs, the utility said during its 10:30 a.m. update Tuesday.

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.

Lexington city hall in need of repairs

The outside of Lexington's city hall is creating a safety hazard, according to the Herald Leader.

Tax hike will pay for repairs on century old Kentucky school

The wooden frame of a K-12 Kentucky school complex is so worn; administrators say they need a new building.

FEMA issues public notice for KY storm damage

A public notice is now available that addresses the intention to reimburse eligible applicants for costs to repair or replace facilities damaged by severe storms, straight-line winds, flooding, landslides and mudslides in between Feb. 6 and March 10, 2019.

Forest Service to begin repairs at Land Between the Lakes

The U.S. Forest Service says it will soon begin repairs at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.

Powell Co. working to repair flood damage

The Powell County Office of Public Information says that with the recent flooding behind them, they are trying to assess the damaged locations in the community.

City Police, Fire administrative phones repaired

The city of Lexington says that administrative, non-emergency phone lines for the Police and Fire departments are now working normally after technicians installed new parts Tuesday.

FHA announces $3 million for emergency repairs to flood-damaged roads and bridges

The Federal Highway Administration today announced the immediate availability of $3 million in Emergency Relief program funds to help begin repairs on flood-damaged roads and bridges in Kentucky.

Traffic Advisory: KY 211 repairs, closure Tuesday in Bath County

A portion of KY 211 will be closed in Bath County on May 15 for repairs.

Portions of I-75 will be restricted in Whitley County

Motorists are asked to plan on delays as crews repair portions of the road.

Repairs to deteriorated bridge in Lexington to begin in 2018

The city of Lexington says work to the Wilson Downing Bridge will begin in the summer.

Henderson County bridge to close for repairs

U.S. 60 bridge in Henderson County will be closed for two weekends next month so that crews can repair it.

Kentucky Power crews helping with storm recovery in Northeast

Kentucky Power crews and contractors headed north Tuesday to assist with power outages in Maine and Connecticut following Tropical Storm Philippe.

Gas leak slows traffic in Lexington

A gas leak slowed traffic Monday on South Broadway in Lexington.

I-64 ramp closure in Franklin County September 6-7

The entrance ramp from US 60 (Versailles Road) to I-64 East in Franklin County is scheduled to be closed Wednesday evening for concrete pavement repairs.

Tates Creek Aquatic Center closed Monday – Wednesday

Tates Creek Aquatic Center in Lexington, will be closed three days next week to repair a leak.

Boil Water Advisory issued for parts of Lincoln County

A Boil Water Advisory was issued for an estimated 450-customers of the McKinney Water District in Lincoln County Tuesday afternoon.

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