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.
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.
With Wilmington still mostly an island surrounded by Hurricane Florence’s floodwaters and people waiting for hours for handouts of necessities like food, North Carolina’s governor is pleading with thousands of evacuees to be patient and not return home just yet.
The sun was out Thursday, but it wasn't that long ago when storms damaged some Central Kentucky counties. That includes a valley near Boyle, Marion, and Casey counties where more than a dozen volunteers started cleaning a community center Thursday.
As thousands of kids head back to school this month, those in Flemingsburg say they're lucky to be starting classes on time after last months storms damaged multiple buildings including the town's elementary school.