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What Establishment is Closing in The Summit

The Summit started opening doors in 2017. What’s closing in The Summit? Is a store closing at The Summit? What restaurant closed in The...

When are Fayette County Public Schools’ Weather Make-Up Days

Students missed a few days in January this year due to either snow or cold temperatures. What days have FCPS chosen as weather make-up...

Where did KSR Broadcast Their Show From in Lexington

What establishment did KSR broadcast from? What kind of store is it? Were people allowed to watch? What exactly did the store do for...

Lexington Community Corrections Has a New Breed of Employee

What do they mean by "breed"? Who is this new employee? What will be their duty at the Lexington Community Corrections? Lexington Community Corrections is...

Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame 2019: The Ed and Gurney Show

The other evening, a few writers, journalists, and a poet from Kentucky were honored in an induction ceremony at The Kentucky Theater. The Carnegie...

What’s Open, What’s Closed on Presidents’ Day 2019

Presidents’ Day is Monday, February 18, 2019. Presidents’ Day is a federal holiday held on the third Monday of February. It honors presidents of the...

Are Meter Rates Increasing In Downtown Lexington

Has the LFCPA increased the rates for meters in the downtown area? If so, are all affected? Which ones are being increased? The Lexington &...

Where To Eat, What’s Happening Valentine’s Day 2019 in Lexington

Wondering what to do on Valentine’s Day in Lexington? Here’s a sampling of the best Valentine’s Day events and Valentine’s Day meals in Lexington...

What Lexington Needs … is to Dream Big! by Mayor Linda...

Over the past three decades, Ace has invited Lexington’s incoming Mayor and Council Members to contribute an essay to our “What Lexington Needs” space...

What Lexington Needs, is to Keep Being Lexington!

Over the past three decades, Ace has invited Lexington’s incoming Mayor and Council Members to contribute an essay to our “What Lexington Needs” space...