Learn about and share your stories on Fayette County’s 20+ historical hamlets.
We compare our previous Municipal Equality Index scores from the Human Rights Campaign... plus, how that score might change.
A robust, strong + can-do list of items.
Protect the night by taking some simple actions Saturday, April 15-Saturday, April 22
We break down how a building or community becomes LEED-certified and what the four levels mean.
Read about the draft proposal for regulations + zoning amendments to local short-term rentals.
Here’s where the money is going.
We take a look at our bicycling infrastructure and how we can make the area more bikeable.
Make your voice heard at the public hearing on Thursday, Feb. 16.
See how a new set of zoning guidelines will shape the future of green space in Lexington.
Now that Lexington’s newest downtown greenway is completed, what’s next?
A piece of prime real estate in downtown Lexington was just recently sold to new developers.
Here’s what’s happening in city hall for the week of October 24-28.
Not only is the city throwing a huge Halloween bash, but it’s also created some spooky artwork to promote the event.
We’re chatting about the best ways to dispose of the leaves in your yard and how to prep your garden and landscaping for winter.
City officials are in the midst of discussing how to improve Lexington’s tree canopy.
We sat down to chat with VisitLex, the convention and visitors bureau of Lexington, to learn more about their plans for Lexington’s growing tourism industry.
The City of Lexington is in search of two evergreen trees to use for its annual downtown holiday light displays in downtown.
Lexington’s Hamburg neighborhood is growing and these are the new developments you need to know about.
Take a look at this new rendering that shows the initial design of Fayette County Public School’s Career and Technical Education building.
Good news for Lexington.
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