Evangelist Billy Graham visited the University of Kentucky campus in 1971 for a four-day Central Kentucky Crusade. It was the only crusade visit to Lexington for the man who would become the most widely heard Christian evangelist in history.
In the years since 1982, when Mother Teresa established her order’s first rural convent at Jenkins in Eastern Kentucky, the Missionaries of Charity have carried on her work of serving the poor, the sick and the aging in the mountain community. Mot
On Friday, The Lexington School, which is private, will break ground on a $10 million project that will include the expansion of a separate program for students with the reading-related learning disability dyslexia.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced a new policy on the national anthem during a press conference Wednesday. Players are not required to be on the field for the anthem, but will be fined if they are on the field and not standing for the anthem.
The Rankin family was driving down I-480 in Omaha, Nebraska, on May 18, when they spotted a cat clinging to the roof of a van driving in the lane next to them. They were able to alert the drivers of the van so they could pull over and rescue the cat.
The Lexington Opera House announced its 2018-19 Broadway Live season in a performance May 22 featuring the Lexington Theatre Company and the Town & Village School of Dance. Shows include “Kinky Boots,” “Elf,” and “Finding Neverland.”