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Spring Forward: When Does the Time Change

When is Last Call when the time changes? Spring Forward 2013: Daylight Savings Time begins Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 2 am. from Lexington Police Department: “The Lexington Division of Police is reminding everyone that as we ‘spring forward’ alcohol […]

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First Phase of Lexington Food Truck Resolution Passes

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Kentucky Voting Rights Advocates speak at Council Work Session today

First district Council Member Chris Ford introduced a resolution at today's LFUCG work session that the city council supports restoring voting rights for former felons/ returning citizens who've

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How to Vote for Lexington in the Bloomberg Mayor’s Challenge

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Lexington’s Food Trucks Make it to Economic Development Committee

Today, recommendations from Lexington's new Food Truck Work Group, recently appointed by Vice Mayor Linda Gorton, made it as far as the Economic Development Committee at Lexington Fayette

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What’s open, What’s closed President’s Day 2013 Lexington

Banks will be closed for Presidents' Day, Monday, February 18, 2013. The Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the Presidents Day holiday on Monday, Feb.

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Frank X Walker is Kentucky’s poet laureate

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Kentucky’s debate to Industrialize Hemp on KET’s Kentucky Tonight

Kentucky Agricultural Commissioner James Comer announced on KET's Kentucky Tonight  "On February 11, when I testify with Senator Hornback for this bill, we're going to have Senator Rand

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Lexington Vice Mayor forms new Food Truck work group

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Lexington Homelessness Task Force reports findings

A downtown Lexington resident spoke to Lexington Urban County Council members during work session public comment today, after the Lexington Homelessness Task Force reported their findings to the



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