Tuesday, October 26, 2021

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New children’s playground coming to Lexington Shriners Medical Center

Shriners Children Hospital

Lexington Shriners Medical Center has opened their Medical Assessment Playground with a ribbon cutting. They dedicated and named the playground the Susan Goldstein and Steven Goldstein, M.D. Earlier this afternoon, patients, SHCMC Administrator, Board of Governors and donors of Shriners cut the ribbon to the new $230,000 children's therapeutic and medical assessment playground. The playground was led by a generous $150,000...

Non-essential retail to close their in-person shopping area in Lexington

retail

It was announced that all in-person retail businesses that are not life-sustaining will close on Monday, March 23 at 8 pm. Life-sustaining, non-essential retail businesses are those that provide staple goods. A sampling what is considered essential and remains OPEN: Auto repair services Car rentals Building material, garden equipment/supplies dealers Banks, credit unions, other financial services Grocery stores & markets Carry-out,...

Lexington Churches adapting to COVID-19 outbreak

Churches

The list below is a sampling of how a few churches are adapting their services to the outbreak of COVID-19. Christ Church Cathedral has announced will suspend all public services of worship as well as all non-worship gatherings through Sunday, March 22, effective immediately. Immanuel Baptist is pausing services, but has posted, “While we may not be gathering in the same...

Coronavirus Response fund coming to Lexington

coronavirus

On March 19, 2020, Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton announced the launch of a Coronavirus Response Fund to help provide support to populations across Central and Appalachia Kentucky who may adversely be affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. "Neighbor to neighbor, friend to friend, business to community, that's how Lexington will get through this," said Mayor Linda Gorton. The Response Fund was formed...