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The return to the workforce is at the behest of the worker — rank-and-file, blue-collar, elite, creative — and the onus is on the employer to garner support in hopes of securing and retaining a post-COVID-19 workforce.
The public transportation agency that serves Lyon, Caldwell and seven other western Kentucky counties has received more than a half-million dollars to help costs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One area business has been critical in helping life in Caldwell County and the region get back to some semblance of normalcy amid a global pandemic.
Lenora Brown looks at life as a series of stages. And, as she prepares to celebrate her 100th birthday Monday, there are a lot of them to look at.
James Comer and Joe Cunningham have several things in common — initials, Kentucky roots, and current job as members of Congress — to name a few.
At one of the busiest times for farmers in Caldwell County, their lifeline for support and information moved to the internet and phone only amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The number of coronavirus cases in the five-county Pennyrile Health District jumped by seven last week, but no new cases were reported in Caldwell County.
Face masks or coverings are part of a new normal in the COVID-19 era — at least for now — as Kentuckians wear them for work, grocery runs, shopping, hospital visits and other everyday activities.
Kentucky’s court system will begin a slow return to normal Monday when hearings on criminal and civil cases resume. But there is likely to be a new normal in courthouses and justice centers across the state.
Retail stores returned to business Wednesday and restaurants Friday, the beginning of Kentucky — and Princeton’s — attempt at getting back to something resembling normalcy in the era of COVID-19.
Rick Reeder, the associational ministry strategist for the Caldwell-Lyon Association, isn’t letting the limitations of the COVID-19 pandemic discourage his ministry to 39 churches in western Kentucky.
A recent national survey on how COVID-19 will alter future shopping behavior includes some good news for local businesses as they prepare to reopen in the wake of the global pandemic.
An upcoming radio event is designed to boost small employers who have struggled through the bogs of COVID-19 as Kentucky reopens.
KUTTAWA — In 1911 the world was still three years shy of the Great War and seven years away from the 1918 flu pandemic. The Titanic launched that year, the Nestor Film Company opened the first movie studio in the Hollywood area, and Ruth Evelyn Harrington (then Porter) was born.
All Fast Pace Health clinic locations are offering antibody testing to determine if a patient has had any past exposure to the novel coronavirus.
Even more money to combat the novel coronavirus is headed to Pennyroyal Healthcare Service that serves Caldwell, Lyon and other western Kentucky counties.
BENTON — More than two years after he fired the shots that killed two Marshall County High School students and injured numerous others, Gabe Parker pleaded guilty in Marshall County Circuit Court.
Caldwell Medical Center resumed non-urgent outpatient care Monday that included physical therapy, diagnostic radiology and laboratory services, responding to Gov. Andy Beshear’s move to gradually allow health care facilities to reopen.
The company says they will be closed for the remainder of the week and will be deep cleaning and sanitizing the area the employee worked.
New autopsy results show two Californians died of coronavirus in early and mid-February -- up to three weeks before the previously known first US death from the virus.
While working at a jail may be a demanding job, it’s these transformations that make it well worth it for the men and women who put on a jailer uniform every day, and go to work.
Qualifying small businesses are those with 1-25 employees. Preference will be given to brick & mortar businesses that have their main location in Graves County.
A second coronavirus outbreak could emerge this winter in conjunction with the flu season to make for an even more dire health crisis, the director of the CDC said.
While you can't currently enter the Chick-fil-A in Kentucky Oaks Mall, the location has been offering mobile orders with curbside pickup and delivery through DoorDash since April 6.
One of the biggest challenges in flattening the curve of the coronavirus and COVID-19 is information on where it is spreading and who has it or has had it. Social media, and more specifically Facebook and its 2 billion users, may be able to help.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced 134 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state Tuesday, bringing the state total to 5,941. He also signed two new bills into law allowing license reciprocity for military spouses.
U.S. Rep. David Kustoff represents a large swath of northwest Tennessee. On Tuesday, he talked with Local 6's Todd Faulkner via FaceTime.
Local businesses hope to cash in on new money expected to be added to the federal Paycheck Protection Program.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced that businesses can open back up as early as May 1 to help the state's economy. But businesses are looking at how to open while keeping customers and employees safe.
President Donald Trump said Tuesday his forthcoming executive order barring new immigration will apply only to people seeking green cards, will last 60 days and won't affect workers entering the country on a temporary basis.