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I-75 Connector opposed by Kentucky Literati at ‘Off the Road’

Off the Road Kentucky Literati ‘disconnectors’ oppose I-75 connector at upcoming rally By Kakie Urch The tall timbers of the Kentucky literary, art and music world will stand together “Off The Road” on Sept. 19 at The Lyric Theatre in […]

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A Conversation with Bob Stewart, Kentucky’s Story through the Arts

‘Telling Kentucky’s Story Through the Arts’ A Conversation with Bob Stewart, Kentucky’s Secretary of Tourism, Arts, and Heritage BY LAURA GLASSCOCK A self-described “seventh or eighth generation Kentuckian,” Bob Stewart

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Parenting Columnist John Rosemond in Lexington, citing defense of First Amendment

Parenting advice columnist John Rosemond was in Lexington today with Institute for Justice representatives, speaking at a press conference outside the federal courthouse, addressing the lawsuit the newspaper

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Reinventing Rupp (Arena): Two Buildings, Two Years, Two Firms Named

Free Rupp? Get ready for a big Ruppdate. In just two years, the complex that is now Rupp Arena and Lexington Convention Center will be two separate structures, with

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Ace Daily Photo 7.09.2013 Susan Lamb retires, LFUCG

Ace’s Lexington Daily Photo 7.09.2013 "Madame Clerk" retires from LFUCG. GTV3 fans might better know council clerk  Susan Lamb better as "Madame Clerk," as she is addressed by the

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Lexington’s Food Truck Pilot Program Passes. Unanimously.

Lexington's proposed food truck pilot program received an amended first and second reading at tonight's meeting of the Lexington Urban County Council, and was passed unanimously, to applause

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“This is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things!” Food Trucks Now, Lexington

Years in the making, Lexington's Food Truck Pilot Program is almost ready to hit the streets — after months of spirited debate at LFUCG and within the food

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Four Architectural Firms pitch to reinvent Lexington’s Rupp Arena

Lexington mayor Jim Gray announced today the  four architectural firms bidding to design Rupp; the five architectural teams bidding to design the Lexington Convention Center; and the five

Photo by Nick Such from the 2.06.2013 Aylesford Neighborhood Meeting

Lexington’s Euclid Kroger gets zone change, variances

After lengthy discussion this afternoon, Lexington Fayette Urban County Planning Commission approved a zone change for Kroger on Euclid to B-6P (planned shopping center). In recommending the approval,

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What’s Open, What’s Closed Memorial Day 2013, Lexington

Lexington Fayette Urban County Government offices, Kentucky state government offices, and federal offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2013. Lexington residents and businesses who normally receive Monday



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