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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, the zoning committee stated that the zone will be in agreement with […]

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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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Lexington Food Truck Pilot Program advances from Worksession to Council Docket

After two hours of spirited debate, Lexington's proposed food truck pilot program (recently approved by LexPark) today urban county council voted to walk the proposed pilot onto the

Ibrahim Jadoon is a Centre College graduating senior and Fulbright Scholar.

Six Blocks from bin Laden Compound: Centre senior reflects on path from Pakistan to KY graduation

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Ace Daily Photo 4.18.2013 Bingham Law cuts the ribbon in Lexington

ace daily photo 4.18.2013 Bingham Law Cuts the Ribbon in Lexington (at the ribbon cutting were: Gov. Steve Beshear; Attorney General Jack Conway; Lexington Mayor Jim Gray; University of

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Governor’s Veto Falls. HB 279 Passes in Kentucky

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Ashley Judd Makes Joke. Film at 11.

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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

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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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