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    Zach Pickard at 7: Despite progeria, he is a 'champion'

    Zach Pickard sits next to the cage of his beloved guinea pig KC, singing the song of his favorite group, Queen: "We Are The Champions." Zach, the Lexington child who has the rare premature-aging disorder progeria, is now 7 years old and ready to enter the second grade at Stonewall Elementary School...


    Fayette County notes: July 22

    Community news, awards and events in Fayette County.


    Lex-Care: July 2

    Established in 1987, Lex-Care is a non-profit organization that addresses the unmet needs of the community through emergency funding, in-kind assistance and education in partnership with other agencies.


    Jessamine County notes: July 22

    Community news, awards and events in Jessamine County.


    Education notes: July 22

    Education news of interest in Central Kentucky.


    Woodford County notes: July 22

    Community news, awards and events in Woodford County.


    Fort Springs native celebrates 102 years

    Robert Gilmore Jr. celebrated his 102nd birthday July 14 with a group of about 55 people, including relatives, friends, members of his church and club members who gathered at the Whitney Young Center. Gilmore is the son of the late Robert Gilmore Sr. and Margaret Beatty Gilmore and was born in Fort...


    Foundation for Women awards grants

    The Kentucky Foundation for Women has awarded the following Art Meets Activism grants for 2014. These area recipients are working to create better lives for women and girls in communities throughout Central Kentucky.


    Minority Business Expo coming up

    The 12th Annual Lexington Bluegrass Area Minority Business Expo will be July 31-Aug. 1 at the Lexington Convention Center. The conference kicks off at 3:30 p.m. July 31 with a session for diversity managers and small business service providers. A free public reception will be from 5:30 to 8 p.m. ...


    Philharmonic musicians demonstrate the science of sounds

    Boisterous laughter and a cacophony of sounds reverberated from inside the theater at Lexington Public Library's Central Branch Tuesday afternoon, as children were challenged to take on the role of musical detective.

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