The loan is for businesses in Fayette County with no more than 50 employees and restaurants with no more than 100 employees. The $2.5 million program was unanimously passed Tuesday during a council work session. City council is expected to take a final vote on May 6.
Friday is National Healthcare Decision Day and the staff at Bluegrass Care Navigators want to guide us through what can be a difficult discussion. This is a topic that has, unfortunately, become high-priority due to deaths and scares from COVID-19.
After multiple surgeries, Officer Dawn Miller is still on the road to recovery. Her friends, family, and fellow church members at Crossroads Lexington are relying on prayer to help see her through the journey.
Wednesday night, the group live streamed performances and testimonies from people who won their fight against drug addiction. And in another room, people were waiting by the phones to answer calls from anyone in need.
In partnership with Wild Health, the YMCA of Central Kentucky will host a second COVID-19 vaccine pop-up site for the community on Thursday, April 15 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the North Lexington Family YMCA, located 381 W. Loudon Avenue.