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UK HealthCare to convert Nutter Field as a field hospital for...

UK HealthCare has announced they are going ahead with plans to turn Nutter Field (University of Kentucky Football's practice field) into a make shift hospital for a possible surge in COVID-19 cases.

Lexington’s 3rd District has a new councilmember

On March 30, Mayor Linda Gorton appointed Mark Swanson, a professor at the University of Kentucky, as the new District 3 Councilmember.

Restrictions coming to Lexington parks to help social distancing

Effective March 27, restrictions have been put in place to help the public with social distancing at public parks throughout Lexington.

UK HealthCare to begin drive-thru testing for frontline employees

UK HealthCare is offering drive-thru testing for coronavirus for their frontline employees and patient care providers.

Fayette County Public Schools no longer to do Bus Bites

We apologize for the short notice, but effective tomorrow, we can longer offer meal delivery to bus stops throughout our community.

UK HealthCare implements new visitor policy with certain exceptions

UK HealthCare implements a no visitation policy in hospitals and clinics in response to the Coronavirus, starting at midnight on March 23, 2020. The policy will remain until hospital officials feel the threat of transmission has decreased significantly.

Baptist Health in Lexington to suspend visitation at hospitals and medical...

Effective Tuesday, March 24, Baptist Health is suspending visitation at all of its hospitals, and allowing only essential caregivers to accompany patients for medical appointments or tests. There will be limited exceptions.

Is Fayette Mall open during COVID-19

Fayette Mall will temporarily close during COVID-19 beginning March 22 and will remain closed until further notice.

LEXPARK meters won’t charge during COVID-19 outbreak

As of March 18, LPA (Lexington Parking Authority) will not charge LEXPARK on-street meters until April 10 and LPA will re-evaluate if it needs to last further.

Transylvania University COVID-19 Update

Transylvania President has released a statement for COVID-19: Winter and May terms 2020 to be taught remotely