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Rupp Arena unveils major upgrades

When word came out that Rupp Arena was going to be changing the bleachers in the upper arena to chairs with backs, Big Blue Nation erupted with joy.

UK Football Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Day

Kentucky football will return to Kroger Field at 7:30 pm on Saturday October 12, to host University of Arkansas in the annual Homecoming game....

Lexington Home and Garden News – October 2019

Fayette County is under a burn ban by the Lexington Fire Marshal. This means people living within the county lines cannot set fires outdoors including: refuse, cooking, and construction debris. Even those with open burn permits are not allowed to burn outside.

Pumpkin Pasta for the fall season

As much as I adore summer and the abundant ripe produce, I am, at heart, a total sucker for autumn. We all have our autumn triggers. Football. Horse racing. Pool closings. School openings.

Ace Drinks Out – Lexington Spirits News, October 2019

NEWSRC6 is the newest bourbon to come out of Maker’s Mark Wood Finishing Series for 2019. It is called RC6 because it was made...

Ace Eats Out – What Lexington Eats, October 2019

Cowboy Brazilian Steakhouse on Richmond Road, in the former Coba Cocina location near Idle Hour, has closed.

Health and Outdoor News in Lexington – October 2019

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is reporting the city’s first lab-confirmed case of the flu for the 2019-20 flu season.

Celebrate Think Pink month in Lexington

Race for the Cure is typically held in October for the Lexington area, but Lexington’s race has been rescheduled to April 2020. Louisville’s Race for the Cure is on October 12 at Cardinal Stadium beginning at 7 am.

Lexington Community News – October 2019

The University of Kentucky and Signet Real Estate Group broke ground on a mixed-use parking facility in the former Kennedy’s Bookstore location.

Lexington Fire Marshal issues burn ban

With little rain the past few weeks, the Lexington Fire Marshal has issued a burn ban for Fayette County until Monday, October 7 at 7 am.