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Lexington officials said blasting will begin later this month at the CentrePointe development site in downtown Lexington, affecting traffic for the next several weeks.
Two men entered not guilty pleas to murder and other charges Thursday in the shooting death of a Lexington man in May 2013.
The two airlines announced Thursday plans to add a new regional service from Philadelphia International Airport to Blue Grass Airport .
The recent snowfall came in handy this week for people living in Lexington's Masterson Station neighborhood.
$20 in advance, $25 at the door. 744-4275. Leedscenter.org. In a career spanning nearly five decades, Michael Martin Murphey has collaborated with a Monkee, summoned a hit from the Pines and explored varying degrees of country and Western music in and often way out of Nashville circles.
A University of Kentucky employee has been charged with possession of child pornography after police say he had the images on his work computer.
Firefighters were called around 3:30 Thursday morning for a report of a structure fire on Ohio Street.
A man and his brother who live in the area were walking near the area of Oak Hill Drive and Idlewild Court.
Greer Companies, based in Lexington, Ky., announces that Cheddar's Casual Cafe was voted No.
A nostalgic reenactment of a civil rights march on Frankfort that 50 years ago featured Martin Luther King Jr. and baseball player Jackie Robinson turned into a political rally Wednesday on the perennial issue of voting rights.
Designs released February 10, 2014 show the renovations of Rupp Arena and the Lexington Convention Center.
Patients having difficulty breathing will no longer be cared for by respiratory therapists at three Louisville-area emergency rooms as a result of the recent layoffs at KentuckyOne Health.
Nineteen year old Mark Gunnar Lanham of Lexington was arrested March 4 in connection with an armed robbery that happened back in September of last year.
Bank of America and the city of Nicholasville have agreed to discuss a possible resolution to a complaint that the bank filed last week against the city and others concerning five parcels of undeveloped property in Brannon Crossing shopping center.
Some of the old Lexington menus Betty Hoopes donated to the Blue Grass Trust's annual Antiques & Garden Show fundraising auction.
The group BUILD, or Building a United Inter-Faith Lexington Through Direct Action, met to pray for city leaders.