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Organizations, businesses, schools, and nonprofits can apply to receive grant funding to build stormwater quality projects.
Plans for a newly revamped Henry Clay High School anticipates to support 2,300 students.
Whether you’re a history buff, art aficionado, or sports fan, these 12 museums in Lexington have it all.
Once booming, now barren. Let’s take a peek at malls of Lexington’s past — plus hope for the future.
We sat down with photographer and gallery owner John Hockensmith to talk about the life of Lexingtonian artist Henry Faulkner.
In recent months, our local higher education institutions have teamed up to make school transfers easier.
Tired of the rain? Melting in the heat? Find refuge indoors with books, axes, skates, pottery, and more.
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Here are WealthSouth’s top recommendations on how we can improve our community now and in the future.
In honor of Kentucky’s birthday, we wanted to dive into the Bluegrass state’s most decorated cities.
LexArts is giving local students the opportunity to experience 30+ local events and venues for a summer filled with learning and fun.
Fayette County Public Schools states that 73% of the general budget will go back into schools and classrooms.
Learn about the unique partnership the gives students the opportunity to create delicious meals from garden to plate.
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Familiarize yourself with each candidate ahead of this year’s primary election tomorrow, May 21.
Check out these brunch restaurants, cafes, and diners in Lexington, serving a variety of egg dishes, mimosas, bloody marys, and more.
Whatever floats your boat, we’ve got a roundup for the best canoeing and kayaking spots in the area.
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Located near Oliver Lewis Way, this new park was designed + built thanks to feedback and input from the local community and surrounding neighborhood.
LEX Get HAAPI is spending the entire month of May celebrating, honoring, and educating Lexington about local AAPI communities.
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And don’t miss the marquee event, StreetFest, on Saturday, May 11.
The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council has launched a new platform that helps the public make their voices heard.
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The series connects Lexingtonians with other community leaders to see how they can actively contribute to improving the region.
Invest in our planet via local, national, and global Earth Day initiatives.
Lexington Parks & Recreation is helping bring Raven Run’s nature sounds to your home.
Districts 1, 4, and 7 will all have a primary election for the Urban County Council as each district has more than two candidates who have filed to run for the offices.
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