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With many parks and other outdoor activities closed because of social distancing, scenic drives are a way to get out of the house and enjoy the area.

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With gyms, yoga studios and other exercise facilities closed to help curb the spread of COVID-19, many are offering online alternatives and tips for people to stay healthy and active.

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An attorney for a Flor­ida man convicted in Feb­­ru­ary of kill­ing a teen in­side an Eliza­beth­town home, plans to appeal the conviction to the Ken­­tucky Su­­preme Court.

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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Dev­el­op­ment is awarding a $115,329 grant to Eliza­beth­town to help the city respond to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, Congressman Brett Guthrie announced Tuesday.

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Social Security and Supp­lemental Security Income benefit payments will continue to be paid on time during the COVID­­-19 pandemic, according to Andrew Saul, Comm­issioner of Social Se­cur­ity in a news release.

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As statewide confirmed cases of COVID-19 neared 600 on Tuesday, Hardin County added its sixth case after two straight days of no cases.

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The city of Elizabethtown is reaching into its pocket to help local businesses survive the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Following the Centers for Disease Control safety guidelines and recognizing the potential risks, Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heart­land has closed its main office and volunteer center to outside walk-ins or groups as of Monday. It will remain closed until further notice.

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A Florida man convicted in February by a Har­din County jury of beat­ing and strangling his hitchhiking partner to death inside an Eliza­beth­town home will be formally sentenced today in Har­din Cir­cuit Court.