Many Kentucky cities have been expanding their boundaries in one form or another ever since municipalities popped up in the Commonwealth. In some parts of Kentucky, where significant growth is occurring, it’s become more of a sticking point.
The City of Lexington is again accepting grants for a program Mayor Linda Gorton says helps reduce gun violence among young people.
The Lexington City Council’s Budget, Finance & Economic Development Committee got an economic update from city officials Tuesday afternoon – and most of the news was good. Among the items discussed were regional economic development efforts, including a proposed joint industrial park with Madison and Scott Counties.
Off the Beaten Path with Sam Dick
Sam Dick visits a Fayette County farmer who is the great-grandson of enslaved Kentuckians
The latest in our ongoing series about America’s flirtation with autocracy. Our guest is Matthew Howell, Associate Professor of Government at Eastern Kentucky University. Believing the structure of American democracy to be sound, time-tested, and resilient, Dr. Howell is confident the country can weather the 2024 presidential election.
Kentucky Arts & Culture
Three EKU conductors explain what's behind the position that guides musicians or singers as they bring a piece of music to life.
Two KY musicians explore cultural connections between African American music and mountain music of Appalachia and Kentucky
Our monthly conversation with EKU President David McFaddin
Arts contributor Kate Savage talks to Kentucky author Jayne Moore Waldrop about her latest book.
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Thursday is the last day of February – and Leap Day. For two women with Kentucky Organ Donor Affiliates, it’s another day to encourage African Americans to sign up to save lives.
Regarded as a top priority in the Kentucky Senate, SB 1 is on its way to the State House. The measure, championed by Senate President Robert Stivers establishes an endowed research fund.
Legislation aims to require corporate social media to do more to protect Kentucky minors from predatorsState lawmakers are considering ways to require social media companies and digital service providers to better protect minors from online predators.
Eastern Kentucky communities ravaged by the floods of 2022 are getting 15-hundred free trees. Governor Beshear made the announcement Wednesday.
Putting cameras outside Kentucky school buses is found in a bill moving in the State House. This latest version doesn’t call for a local mandate as contained in a bill two years ago.
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