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Tiny Homes: From a ‘wish’ comes a dream and a solution

Village of Hope brings tiny homes for homeless kids

13th annual “Shoot Hoops Not Drugs” basketball camps to take place in June

Operation UNITE is hosting five basketball skills camps for youth throughout southern and eastern Kentucky.

Sessions offered on changes to Kentucky Work Ready program

The Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet plans to host two sessions in January to educate local officials and community leaders on revised criteria for the Kentucky Work Ready Communities program.

Asbury University offers training for work in film industry

A Kentucky college says it wants to help people who aspire to work in the film industry.

Central Kentucky Computer Society offers helpful hints and classes

Do you need help sharpening your computer skills? You are in luck! The Central Kentucky Computer Society offers a variety of classes.    

More Children Have Skills Necessary to Start Kindergarten

Education officials say the number of children ready to start kindergarten in Louisville has increased by nearly 4 percent.

3 more Kentucky counties certified as work ready

Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet Secretary Hal Heiner said in a statement that Bullitt, Montgomery and Trigg counties have been added to the official list of Kentucky Work Ready Communities.

Kentucky Senate OKs bill to require CPR training in schools

The Kentucky Senate has voted to require that public high school students receive basic CPR training.

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Mixed response to Mayor Gorton’s positive ‘State of the City’ speech

Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton says even though coronavirus still has a tight grip on the city, she wants to focus on future growth.

New honorary roadside sign installed to recognize a WWII Veteran

A honorary roadside sign was installed in Jessamine County.

Gov. Beshear: COVID-19 variant from the United Kingdom confirmed in Kentucky

More contagious COVID-19 variant from the United Kingdom confirmed in Kentucky.

AG Cameron talks tackling human trafficking on a local level, at the root

Cameron visited an organization in Lexington that targets what is often the root of human trafficking - prostitution.