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Lexington Community News – July 2021

GOVERNMENT Budget updates: Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council voted to approve the final spending plan for the fiscal year that begins July 1. The $401 million...

What’s Open, What’s Closed, What’s Happening July 4, 2021 in Lexington...

What’s Open, What’s Closed, and What’s Happening July 4, 2021 in Lexington KYThe Fourth of July falls on Sunday, July 4, 2021. Since the...

Where and when are Fourth of July fireworks in Lexington, KY...

Where and when are Fourth of July fireworks in Lexington, KY 2021 Fireworks are happening for the Fourth in Lexington and we have the answers...

What to do, where to eat for Father’s Day 2021 in...

Father's Day is on Sunday, June 20, 2021. What to do to celebrate Dad this year? Where to eat or what to order ahead for...

Lexington Kentucky student wins national Doodle for Google competition

Rising Lexington Christian Academy senior Milo Golding is the winner of Google's national 2021 Doodle for Google competition.On Monday, June 14, Gov. Beshear and...

What Lexington Ky government offices, facilities reopen to public in June...

Most government offices and facilities in Lexington, Kentucky reopen to the public on Friday, June 11.“We’ve been waiting for this day for a long...

How to celebrate National Donut Day in Lexington, Ky 2021?

National Donut Day 2021 How to celebrate in Lexington, KYHere at ace, we take National Donut Day seriously…a little too seriously. In the late 90s,...

Lexington, Kentucky Summer Guide 2021: Fests, Music, Movies and More

LEXINGTON'S ULTIMATE 2021 SUMMER GUIDE Did someone say staycation? Long before a pandemic entered the lexicon and kept everyone at home, Lexington has always been brimming...

Ron Mack and ‘YoYo Artist” son Stoney mean business

Mack Attack Father and Son have business in their blood Former UK football player Ron Mack grew up in Lexington’s east end before going on to...

The Grove, iconic Harvey’s space transforms to Lexington’s newest eclectic spot

The Grove Iconic Harvey’s space transforms to Lexington’s newest eclectic spot BY KRISTINA ROSEN Nearly a year of temporary closures gave some small businesses a chance to...