AARP Kentucky is proud to have championed new Accessory Dwelling Unit Ordinances in Lexington and Louisville. Both new ordinances now allow people to create additional living spaces so they can live with their family as they age.
Many communities today lack attainable and equitable housing options necessary to meet people’s preferences and changing demographics and economic realities. AARP is fighting to change that for everyone of every age in Louisville.
Project uses old wooden doors as the canvas for innovative artwork. Local artists, senior citizens, interested volunteers, and public workers will work jointly to create some 15 door designs highlighting the city's history.
Louisville's Dr. Jamesetta Ferguson is the President and CEO of Molo Village CDC. She's leading the grassroots organization committed to addressing complex issues in the Russell Neighborhood of Louisville.
How to Get Help With Food and Shelter After Flash Flooding in Kentucky — And How to Help Those in Need
Flash flooding from heavy rainfall devastated Eastern Kentucky counties of Breathitt, Floyd, Perry, Knott, Leslie, Pike and Magoffin Counties.
Ajay Brown, a fifth grader at Crabbe Elementary in Ashland, earned top honors in this year’s statewide essay contest celebrating grandparents who are raising their grandchildren. The contest is sponsored by AARP Kentucky and the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association.
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