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When is UK coming back 2020 and what are they doing...

The University of Kentucky released their restart plan for the fall of 2020:In-person classes beginning a week early on Aug. 17 and end...

Is Railbird canceled for 2020

Railbird, the annual music festival held at Keeneland, has released a statement regarding 2020 festival scheduled for August 22 and 23...

How is Krispy Kreme celebrating National Doughnut Day

National Doughnut Day is celebrated on June 5 and this year it lands on a Friday. So what does one of the biggest doughnut chains do to celebrate? They turn it into a week.

Lexington Mayor prioritizes dollars from the Federal Relief Fund

On Tuesday, May 26, Mayor Linda Gorton held a press conference to discuss where the money from the Federal Relief Fund will go.

Surplus sale happening in downtown Lexington

There is going to be an online auction of surplus equipment, furniture, and miscellaneous items once used at the Central Bank Center (formerly the Lexington Convention Center).

What’s open, what’s closed for Lexington parks in June

Director of Parks and Recreation, Monica Conrad, has sent out an update of what is open and remaining closed when it comes to Lexington parks and facilities.

University of Kentucky plans to have campus open for the 2020...

President Eli Capilouto sent an email addressing what is to come for UK campus this coming fall: Dear Campus Community, It’s a question that confronts us...

Lexington Recycling Center restarting operation

Lexington Recycling Center is expecting to restart curbside recycling for residents and businesses beginning Monday, May 4.

Executive Order issued regarding the Kentucky primary elections in June

An agreement has been reached between Governor Beshear and Secretary of State, Michal Adams, regarding the primary elections that has been rescheduled for June 23, 2020.

Gradual opening of health care services to begin in Kentucky

Back in March, an executive order was signed banning all non-essential medical procedures to help contain the spread of COVID-19. It was also enforced to help with the amount of PPE (personal protective equipment) and make sure the front line health care workers had enough when dealing with the virus.