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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 Council. She urged them to pass a proposed tax that would address […]

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Proposed H1 Historic Overlay Ashland Park, Lexington 1.22.2013

A special LFUCG council hearing was held on January 22, 2013, which included a second reading to the proposed H1 historic zone change ordinance for Lexington's Ashland Park

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Bluegrass Food Truck Association at LFUCG, 1.17.2013

The last few years have been all about Task Forces and Committees for Food Trucks in Lexington, and this evening it came back to Council chambers for new

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Wordography: UK Project Profiles Lexington Mayor Jim Gray’s Writing Life

BY JENNY RICE If you would like to join this collective snapshot and be part of Lexington’s  Wordography, please email lexingtonwritersproject@gmail.com. This ongoing project is directed by the Division

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Ag Commissioner Comer Talks Hemp on Kentucky Newsmakers

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer appeared on Kentucky Newsmakers with WKYT's Bill Bryant to discuss his "full court press" to get the Kentucky General Assembly to support industrialized

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Kentucky Teacher reprimanded for Democrats can’t go to heaven comment…but not for ‘heaven’

For weeks, a Kentucky teacher has made international headlines for writing a student's post-election statement, "You can't be a democrat and go to heaven," on a white board

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Lexington Mayor Jim Gray to Seek Re-Election, 2014

Lexington mayor Jim Gray announced today that he will seek re-election in 2014, ending speculation that he might take on Senator Mitch McConnell in the 2014 race, and

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What is 36,897 on the signs around Lexington?

You've seen the signs all around Lexington that read cryptically: 36,897. The number is linked to an awareness campaign about homelessness in Lexington, with a kickoff event listed for

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Manchester Street Stories: Latitude’s Interview with Ferrell’s Donny Washbish in Lexington

Manchester Street Stories is an informal collection of stories and anecdotes featuring neighbors who live and work on Manchester Street in Lexington Kentucky’s Distillery District. Interviews and photos

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Presidential Debate Drinking Games. Now With Bingo!



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