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Gov. Andy Beshear has called upon Kentuckians everywhere to band together in the fight against the coronavirus, and that call has been answered. Men, women and even children, across the commonwealth are rallying together to do what they can to ensure their fellow Kentuckians defeat the globa…

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Castle & Key Distillery is producing and distributing free hand sanitizer to first responders, health departments, hospital systems, community centers and industry partners.

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Teachers and staff from Peaks Mill Elementary School participated Friday afternoon in the Patriot Parade — honking and waving their way through students’ neighborhoods with a police escort.

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Josephine Sculpture Park closed to the public at dusk Thursday to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Franklin County Schools has made a few tweaks to its emergency feeding program, which will continue while students are on Spring Break next week.

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A State Journal reader looking to donate money where it would “do the most good” inquired about the Team Kentucky Fund, which was established and unveiled by Gov. Andy Beshear last week.

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Editor's note: This article was updated with more information on which lab is processing the pilot site COVID-19 tests at 5:30 p.m. on March 31. This article was updated again with more information on who will qualify for drive-through testing at 5:45 p.m. on March 31. 

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Like many distilleries across the country, Sazerac Co. — the largest producer of distilled spirits in the U.S. and the parent company of Buffalo Trace — has started production of hand sanitizer to fill a need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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With the weather warming and cabin fever setting in for many folks, the decision to close city park facilities was a difficult but necessary one for Mayor Bill May and the Frankfort-Franklin Emergency Management team.

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Kentucky compares favorably to its major bordering states in the first public estimates of the impact of the coronavirus on the U.S. health-care system and the number of deaths expected from the COVID-19 disease caused by the virus.

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For Laryn Bishop missing a large chunk of her senior year at Franklin County High School due to the coronavirus pandemic hasn’t been easy, but it has allowed the teen more time to dabble in something she hasn’t picked up in a few years — sidewalk chalk.