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Lexington to celebrate ‘Water Week’ March 21-27

Water Week activities include geocaching, storm drain stenciling, litter cleanups and at-home activities.

Lexington city waste collection resumes Monday, patience requested

How to report missed collections and when

‘Imagine Lexington’: A new website explores the future of the city

Officials say "Imagine Lexington" features video content, interactive maps and new ways to browse content.

City offering workforce grants to support job training, certifications and licensure

The city is now accepting applications for workforce grants designed to support businesses and agencies that offer job training, certifications, and licensure to promote economic development activity.

City of Lexington could start paper recycling again soon

The city of Lexington says it posted a request for proposals to businesses that may want to provide paper recycling services.

Lexington preparing for extreme heat

The city activated its Phase 2 Heat Alert on Thursday. It will remain in effect until Sunday, July 21.

City prepared for winter weather, residents urged to use caution on morning commute

With the mixture of rain and freezing precipitation that is expected to arrive, the city is urging commuters to use extra caution while driving Thursday morning.

Lexington offering free trash disposal day

The City of Lexington is partnering with the Bluegrass Regional Transfer Station to offer Fayette County residents a free trash disposal day.

Lexington’s new budget proposal released

Mayor Jim Gray released his proposed budget for the city of Lexington on Tuesday.

Airbnb, Lexington announce tax agreement

Lexington and Airbnb announce tax agreement.

No major problems on Lexington roads after snow

Lexington reports no major problems after snow.

Spectrum to raise rates beginning in January

Spectrum tells the city of Lexington it plans to raise rates for its products and services.

Lexington’s prepared for the snow

The city of Lexington says it's prepared for the snow if it comes this week.

City of Lexington sues man over police surveillance video request

A Lexington man is being sued by the city after he filed an open records request for documents about surveillance cameras, owned and operated by the Lexington Police Department.

Free trash disposal in Lexington Saturday

People who live in Fayette County can get rid of non-hazardous waste for free on Saturday, July 15.

Lexington “swears-in” its new service dogs

Lexington is going to the dogs to teach children about safety.

Castlewood Community Center Closed After Lead Paint Discovery

The Castlewood Community Center in Lexington is scheduled to be temporarily closed Tuesday, January 24, due to a lead paint problem, according to the city.

UPDATE: Lexington City Phones Back in Service

All Lexington City phones were back in service as of 2:45 p.m. Tuesday following a partial outage earlier in the day due to a technical problem.

Trash disposal day set for Saturday, October 15

The City of Lexington is once again partnering with the Bluegrass Regional Transfer Station to offer Fayette County residents a free trash disposal day for non-hazardous household waste.

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