Devine Carama, Local hip hop artist and Believing in Forever non-profit director, returned to Courthouse Plaza to perform for 48 hours, double the length of his performance last month, to raise awareness for the 4th annual Coat to Keep The Cold Away youth coat drive, which collects new and unused coats for children in central and eastern Kentucky areas.
Santa Claus rode in on WKYT's helicopter to celebrate the inauguration of Lights Up celebration in Summit at Fritz Farm, where he greeted children at The North Pole, a custom-designed home featuring reclaimed wood created by Louis’ Flower Power Shop, and toured different areas around The Summit.
The description of the robbers, the weapon and the method of operation is similar for each case, according to police: One or two unknown men dressed in hooded sweatshirts entered a gas station, brandished a handgun and demanded money from the clerk.
Devine Carama, Local hip hop artist and Believing in Forever Nonprofit director, is performing for 24 hours at Courthouse Plaza to raise awareness and money for the 4th annual Coat to Keep The Cold Away youth coat drive, which collects new and unused coats for children in central and eastern Kentucky areas.
Mary Ballard, 98 years old, served in World War II as a 1st lieutenant nurse in the Army Airforce. She and other veterans were honored at Christ the King School during the school’s first Veterans Day assembly.
Roughly 120 veterans and civilians took part in military-style obstacle courses and team building exercises at Kroger Field Tuesday night, co-sponsored by national veteran's organization Team RWB and the UK College of Health Sciences' Sports Medicine Research Institute.