Learn about the local nonprofit Common Good + how it formed its social enterprise and ceramics business, Matchstick Goods.
See the lineup of activities for this annual interactive city-wide science festival
Kroger Field set a new record last season for waste diverted from the landfill. Learn about the steps UK Recycling is taking to fulfill its goal of making Kroger Field a zero waste facility by 2030.
Mayor Linda Gorton shares success from 2023 and what’s ahead in 2024 State of the City-County Speech
Learn about the public safety + affordable housing wins, and what’s on the horizon including new parks developments and public artworks in Mayor Linda Gorton’s State of the City-County address.
The Lexington Professional Baseball team has announced a new slew of changes — including a rebranding.
The Imagine Lexington 2045 comprehensive plan has been approved. We’re breaking down the 349-page plan section by section, continuing with Theme D: Improving a desirable community.
With more winter weather on the way, city officials held a press conference to share tips + protocols so you can be best prepared.
The Kentucky Department for Medicaid Services has provided a grant intended to support a new crisis response team.
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 for to run for the offices.
Help keep Lexington’s waterways clean by painting a local storm drain with important pollution prevention messaging.
The Imagine Lexington 2045 comprehensive plan has been approved. We’re breaking down the 349-page plan section by section, continuing with Theme C: Creating Jobs + Prosperity.
Becoming a new resident is easy with our LEX 101 guide.
Thanks to a $21.7 million federal grant, Lexington will reconstruct north New Circle Road to increase safety with a shared-use path, increased lighting, and improved pedestrian crosswalks.
Do you know what holiday waste goes in the green, blue, or gray carts?
The Imagine Lexington 2045 comprehensive plan has been approved. We’re breaking down the 349-page plan section by section, continuing with Theme B: Protecting the environment.