Kentucky governor’s calm demeanor through coronavirus crisis inspires praise, Facebook group Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

Beshear is receiving praise on social media for his calm leadership through this time of crisis.

        

Starlight Distillery makes hand sanitizer, donates to community Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

The family that owns Huber Winery and Starlight Distillery says it's a way to give back to those working to keep the community safe during COVID-19 outbreak.

        

Real-time updates: Kentucky small business owners, substitute teachers and freelancers can now apply for unemployment Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

Gov. Beshear said there are 198 positive cases in Kentucky. There were 35 new cases on March 25, which is fewer new cases than yesterday.

        

Community ‘makes some noise’ to show solidarity during COVID-19 outbreak Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer sent out the all-call for the community to 'make some noise' to show support for the city as we deal with the coronavirus pandemic.

        

Is my favorite store open? What you need to know about Kentucky closing nonessential retail Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

Here's what you need to know about Andy Beshear's executive order to limit aspects of nonessential retail businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.

       

Louisville group visits nursing home residents from the outside with messages of support Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

While many nursing homes are not allowing visitors, including family, as COVID-19 continues to spread, a group from Louisville decided to visit from the outside.

Greater Clark Community Schools to feed students during COVID-19 shutdown Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

The large-scale meal distribution begins Monday.

        

Tim Tam Tavern hands out free lunches to those in need amid COVID-19 outbreak Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

Managers said even though they've had to lay off employees, the public has still helped them throughout this time of uncertainty.

Greater Clark County Schools to distribute meals to students Monday Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

Meals can be picked up Pleasant Ridge Elementary, New Washington Elementary, Parkwood Elementary, Bob Hedge Park and the Mark Fetter Learning Center from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on March 23.

Kentucky governor orders all nonessential retail businesses to close to combat COVID-19 outbreak Sunday, Mar 22 2020 

The businesses that are exempt of this order include: grocery stores, pharmacies, drug stores, auto repair stores and gas stations.

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