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The food itself might nourish the body, but there’s something about a campus dining hall that feeds the soul.
Hope Center offers tip on how to help the homeless get through the winter months.
Some people in Winchester are wondering how safe their city is anymore after a shooting in broad daylight yesterday afternoon between two car loads of people.
The Kentucky Office of the Attorney General announces the launch of "Mission Veterans Protected."
The city of Lexington has joined Nextdoor, a private social network, to improve city and county-wide communications.
The Office of Homelessness Prevention & Intervention Weather Plan has been activated in Lexington.
The Lexington Legends are hosting tryouts to sing or perform the National Anthem and Take Me Out to the Ballgame.
Hundreds of people have thronged a park in Benton, Kentucky, where they've lit flickering candles for the victims of Tuesday's shooting at Marshall County High School in their rural community.
Stunned by a deadly school shooting, a grief-stricken community in Benton is struggling to understand how one of its own could have unleashed such terror.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Organizations that serve children are invited to participate in training that aims to help prevent child sex abuse. A statement from...
Maiden City Brewing Company and Red State BBQ are holding a fundraiser for Paula's Restaurant.
List of events for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
The $50,000 American Electric Power Foundation grant was given to Christian Appalachian Project by Kentucky Power.
Fayette County is offering a free trash disposal day on Saturday.
Some people can't afford to stay warm in the winter, so the community action council steps in.
The Community Action Council’s Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Crisis Program (LIHEAP) will begin taking applications next week.
Columbia Gas of Kentucky on Thursday made a special investment to help veterans families' receiving treatment at Lexington's VA Medical Center with a grant from the NiSource Charitable Foundation for the construction of a Fisher House on the grounds of the VA's Leestown Road property.
Lexington rapper and community advocate Devine Carama delivered donated coats to less fortunate children in eastern Kentucky on Thursday.
Staff at the humane society say while the amount of cash stolen during these two thefts may seem minimal to most, it's had a huge impact on both the facility and employees.
Kaylee Smith was given a free shopping spree at Walmart in Frankfort, but you might be surprised by who she was shopping for.
Thousands of people went shopping for Black Friday, and while you may be worn out, the sales aren't over just yet.
While many people probably enjoyed a nice Thanksgiving meal with their families, not everyone had that opportunity.
Inside the Catholic Action Center, there are people working all through the night to make sure that everything is in place for Thursday's meal.
Day one of the build has passed and the walls have gone up on one woman's dream for her and her family.
Lexington Public Library unveils the 'Tiny Library' program to make reading more accessible to the community.
Frankfort police stopped in McDonald's Tuesday, but they weren't looking for the Hamburglar.
People in Texas have been cleaning up after Hurricane Harvey for about a month now. A Bourbon County community is trying to help out, but says it needs you! They have just a little more than a week left to help fill up a cargo trailer of supplies, headed for Texas.
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Talley's Barbecue set up Sunday at Clean Sweep Car Wash on South Broadway for a back-to-school lunch. Chef Love Talley grilled...
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Once again police in Lexington are getting to know the people they serve. "Coffee with Cops" was hosted at Bicycle Face...
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ)- The community has come through in 10 fold to help the Lexington Humane Society. Ashley Hammond, the Senior Manager of Donor Relations for...
RICHMOND, Ky. (WTVQ)- The Richmond Police Department hosted something kind of like a pool party Saturday. They invited community members to "Dunk a cop". It kicked off...
Pioneer Playhouse located in Danville is Kentucky's Oldest Outdoor Theatre. It was founded in 1950 by Eben C. Henson, and continues to be run by the Henson family. The historic theatre opens on June 9 with a "Kentucky Voices" original play, back by popular demand: Death by Darkness, a mystery set in Mammoth Cave in 1842.
They are holding a big event Wednesday night at the 5/3 Bank Pavilion in Cheapside Park from 4 to 8 PM. It is a free...
They are holding a big event Wednesday night at the 5/3 Bank Pavilion in Cheapside Park from 4 to 8 PM. It is a free...
The Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing will hold a regional outreach program next week in Paducah.
Despite the rain, great weather for a picnic Saturday. About 1,500 people enjoyed one at Douglas Park in Lexington.
Preliminary figures show that Valvoline Inc. raised an estimated $40,000 for Lexington Habitat for Humanity from the Valvoline™ Community Celebration on May 13.
Katy Hedge and Ed Mastrean, with Clark Regional Medical Center, come to the studio to tell Matt Groves how they're celebrating 100 years of making communities healthier.
The city of Lexington has announced their 2017 “IDO” program list for Lexington youth during the Fayette County Public Schools summer break.
Montgomery County firefighter, 52-year-old Dewon Wells has died.
Kentucky State Police say a man was flown to the University of Kentucky Medical Center for treatment after being shot Monday evening at a home on Suncrest Drive in the Bend of Lakes community of Pulaski County.
Kentucky agriculture officials say community organizations are being invited to apply to host Kentucky Proud dinners that showcase local food products.
Community Springfest organizers Rayann White and Travis Lilley come by the studio to tell Katie Solove about the upcoming Community Springfest happening on April 15th.
The Blue Grass Community Foundation is offering residents a chance to include some charity along with chocolate in this year’s Easter basket by purchasing a Giving Card.
The Clark County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy will be holding a community forum Thursday evening to discuss overdose prevention.
Students from Lexington Christian Academy, along with Mayor Jim Gray and Councilmember Amanda Mays Bledsoe, were on-hand Thursday morning at the school as Lexington new community flag was unveiled.
The Kentucky chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations is asking state and federal law enforcement to investigate a bomb threat at a Lexington mosque as a hate crime.
Spring is the perfect time to reinvent and freshen up your look! Brook White, stylist at Posh Salon & Spas shows us some trendy spring hairstyles that'll help revive your style!
A group of local religious leaders have come together to ask all people to unite against threats, harassment and acts of violence in Lexington.
A recent blog entry from God's Pantry Food Bank tells the story of how the community rallied around Paul Huber, the executive director of the Jessamine County Food Pantry since 2012, to expand the facility and provide more food assistance for the families that need it.
Volunteers are busy setting up for the annual Faith and Community Christmas Store.
ABC 36's Sarah Pannell heads over to Southland Christian Church, where she talks to Janelle Earley about this year's Faith & Community Christmas Store.
The Kentucky Lottery Corporation endorses and participates in a worldwide effort to remind parents -- and all adults -- that gambling is an age-appropriate adult activity. In fact, in Kentucky, it is illegal for anyone under 18 years of age of age to purchase a lottery ticket.
As many prepare to share holiday meals with family and friends, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department recommends these safe food handling tips.
Volunteers with God’s Net say they desperately need blankets.
In honor of the last day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month the staff at Saint Joseph Hospital hosted a "Pink-A-Boo" event on Monday.
Most central Kentucky communities will have trick or treating on October 31st, but not all.
Lexington’s homeless population will soon be getting a new facility.
Little Goblins Galore is a Halloween party thrown by Lexington Parks and Recreation at McConnell Springs each year that's about fun, not fright.
Members of the American Association of Women Dentists (AAWD) at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry are preparing to host the 10th annual Strut Your Smile fundraiser to support their commitment of restoring lost smiles to victims of domestic violence
The Lexington Center Corporation (LCC) is seeking proposals to qualify a developer(s) to develop a mixed-use project in the heart of downtown Lexington.
Counseling group A Center 4 Change will host a community forum to address recovery and treatment of addiction on October 4th in Morehead.
With the costumes, pumpkin carving and sweet treats of Halloween around the corner, KentuckyOne Health is encouraging families to practice safety first during the holiday.
A post on the City of Lexington's Facebook page says it's not too late to register for this year's Thriller and Halloween Parade.
After four years of planning and fundraising, the Danville-Boyle County Humane Society is about to debut its new shelter.
The Kentucky State Police is now taking applications for its next Academy class. Interested applicants should visit the KSP website at http://www.kentuckystatepolice.org/career.html
September in Lexington signals the start of two events – sales and soiree.
The Alzheimer's Association of Lexington says that over 1,700 people participated in the Walk to End Alzheimer's on Saturday at the Fayette County Courthouse, and raised over $200,000 to fund care, support, and research programs into the debilitating disease.
The PODS® moving and storage company will be hosting the last days of Kentucky Blood Center's Drive Kentucky Summer Lifesaver blood drive this week.
One year after Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in defiance of a federal court order, the Rowan County Rights Coalition will be hosting the inaugural Rowan County Pride Festival.
In memory of lives lost, to raise awareness about overdose prevention, and to celebrate the hope found in recovery, Voices of Hope - Lexington, Inc. are sponsoring their 4th annual overdose awareness event.
As soon as Keith McNeil saw the news about the flood ravaged areas in Louisiana, he knew the Kentucky Division of Surplus Properties (DSP) had items that would be useful for helping flood victims and cleanup efforts.
More than 250 Kentucky State University freshmen, faculty and staff will participate in service activities in the Frankfort community from 10:00 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Saturday, August 27.
Hundreds of University of Kentucky students took time on Tuesday pitching in to help the community at the UK FUSION 2016 event.
Attorney General Andy Beshear announced on Monday that the nearly 1,400 Kentucky borrowers eligible for relief through a settlement agreement with HSBC mortgage lender may file a claim starting August 24.
Well over 2,000 first-year students received a “Big E Welcome” when they arrived at Eastern Kentucky University on Wednesday, Aug. 17.
The Millennial Falcon will soon take flight in Louisville!
Eight Kentucky Community and Technical College System sites are receiving coal county grants from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority.
On Tuesday, God’s Pantry Food Bank Board of Directors announced that Ame Sweetall has been appointed Interim CEO of the Food Bank, and will take over following Marian Guinn’s departure later this month.
The busy hiring season is here!
Fayette Co. mothers and fathers will be sending their kids off to school tomorrow, but the school system wants parents to know that they have multiple channels through which they can keep track of their children's activities.
Central Kentucky students are getting ready to head back to class, and the girls and boys around Clark Co. are going back with a fresh haircut.
Supermarket chain ALDI is looking to fill 83 jobs, and is hosting a job fair on Saturday, August 13, to staff the positions.
As thousands of Kentucky students head back to school this week, Troopers are urging motorists to remain cautious behind the wheel and help prevent injuries and deaths that result each year from school bus-related crashes.
Individual show tickets for Broadway Live at the Opera House’s 2016-2017 40th Anniversary Season go on sale Monday, August 8th at 10:00 a.m.
In an effort to offset the financial strain of back-to-school supplies, Childcare Network is holding an event to assist parents with providing the necessary tools needed for their children to succeed academically.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the Lexington Legends are hosting the "Hiring Our Heroes" job fair on August 4th at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.
Members of the community came together on Monday to make sure students at one school have a peaceful playground this school year.
Kentucky kids are getting ready to head back to school, and Kentucky Blood Center wants to help those parents with their back-to-school-shopping needs.
To help control mosquitoes as part its “Fight the Bite: Day and Night” campaign, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department will continue to conduct mosquito-spraying activities throughout the summer.
The Catholic Action Center and Community Inn is reaching out to the public for donations of supplies.
Lexington Parks & Recreation has announced that Douglass Pool has been closed until further notice due to a plumbing/mechanical issue.
It's the nation-wide, overnight blockbuster app of the year. Pokemon Go has been downloaded millions of times in its first week, and while there is plenty of fun to be had, the Better Business Bureau is warning people that "catching them all," may need to come with some caution.
Law enforcement officers all across the country have heavy hearts because of what happened in Dallas, Texas.
A Freedom March will be held in downtown Lexington on Saturday to raise awareness about violence in the community and around the nation.
Cari Boyd is the new Principal of Georgetown Middle School. Boyd has served as Dean of Students at GMS for three years.
Getting around Lexington on Independence Day will be a snap thanks to an extended Lextran schedule.
Lexington's annual Bluegrass 10K is set for 7:30 a.m. on July 4th, and the competition just got a little bit hotter.
For the tenth year, LemonAiD volunteers will be helping people in the Bluegrass cool off while aiding homeless children and their parents.
On Mosquito Control Awareness Week, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is reminding residents that the holiday weekend is the perfect time to look in and around your home for ways to control mosquitoes that can carry viruses.
Lexington's Police and Fire Departments are reminding residents that not all fireworks are created equally, and some are illegal in the city.
A few extra food precautions can help keep your Fourth of July holiday from turning red, white and "ew."
The Science Hill Community is rallying together to remember a 10-year-old boy who died after an apparent hit-and-run.
The Lexington Pride Festival is set to be celebrated this Saturday, June 25 at the Courthouse Plaza in downtown Lexington.
God’s Pantry Food Bank is participating in the Summer Food Service Program.
To help control mosquitoes, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department will conduct mosquito-spraying activities throughout the summer.
While one in four pregnancies end in miscarriage or stillbirth, their grieving families all too often suffer in silence. This Saturday, local nonprofit Miles With Maeve is raising support and awareness for them.
Fayette County Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program, which provides free meals for all children age 18 and younger.
A flyer from Fayette Co. Public Schools focuses on steps Kentuckians can take to avoid the Zika virus.
The City of Frankfort’s Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Department is partnering with the Frankfort Rotary Club, Capital City Museum and Full Circle Studio & Gallery to sponsor the 2016 Kentucky River Children’s Mural Painting Summer Camps.
Kroger in Lexington, as well as around the state, will be holding a job fair on Saturday May 14, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m..
Awesome Inc U has announced a 3-month full-time training program for adults interested in computer programming as a profession.
Saturday, May 14, marks the 24th anniversary of America’s largest-single day of giving — the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive.
As a precaution, CRF Frozen Foods of Pasco, Washington is expanding its voluntary recall of frozen organic and traditional fruits and vegetables.
It takes a lot of hands to renovate a park that’s been around for 100 years. 100 hands, to be specific.
It was a big day at the Rotary Club of Lexington, where some exceptional students were honored on Thursday.
Citizens are encouraged to clean out their medicine cabinet this weekend and properly dispose of unwanted, unused or outdated prescription drugs at Lexington’s annual spring Med Toss event.
Students from several Kentucky middle schools attended the Watershed Conference on Wednesday, presenting their own watershed research projects.
According to data recently compiled by Centre College, 98 percent of the Class of 2015 is either employed or pursuing advanced study since graduation this past May.
Pen pals became in-person friends at Athens-Chilesburg elementary on Tuesday.
Lexington-Fayette Animal Care & Control are alerting residents to a higher chance of finding baby rabbits during this time of year, and that despite the temptation, it is very hard to successfully raise baby bunnies by hand.
Hundreds of athletes competed in the Special Olympics track and field meet at Bryan Station High School in Lexington on Saturday.
Help keep downtown Lexington clean and green on Earth Day, Friday, April 22nd!
The Frankfort Fire Department and Police Department will be participating in a Charity Flag Football Game on Sunday, April 24 at 2 p.m. on the Franklin County High School football field.
Fans of morel mushrooms and Kentucky agate will get their fill this weekend in Irvine at the Mountain Mushroom Festival.
On Thursday, the Lexington Police Department announced the availability of Text-a-Tip, a tool for citizens to anonymously submit crime-related information.
Over 600 of the nation's leading middle school and high school equestrians are at the Kentucky Horse Park for the 2016 Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA) National Finals. The competition will run through Sunday.
On Monday, students from Arlington and William Wells Brown elementary schools, as well as Sayre School, got the hero treatment at Superhero Day, as part of Transylvania University's Community Engagement Through the Arts class.
An upcoming clinic will give Lexington pet owners a shot at a low-cost rabies shot.
Music for All has selected Claire Howell, a sophomore at Lafayette High School, to participate in the Bands of America (BOA) Honor Band in the 2017 Tournament of Roses Parade.
Kick Butts Day, an annual event to increases awareness about the impact of tobacco use at the University of Kentucky and throughout Kentucky, was recognized on the Rose Street walkway on Tuesday.
Lexington will host a household hazardous waste collection on Saturday, April 23 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is reminding eligible Kentuckians that the deadline to register to vote in the upcoming May 17 Primary Election is next Monday, April 18.
Lextran will provide shuttle service between Keeneland Racecourse and Commonwealth Stadium for double the action Saturday, April 16th, with a noon kick for football and a 12:35 p.m. opening post time at Keeneland.
The Madison County Youth in Action Team is calling for nominations for their Law Enforcement Officer of Year Awards.
Keeneland wants their fans to be heroes -- designated driving heroes that is.
An Eastern Kentucky University faculty member has been appointed to the Learning First Alliance’s Get It Right Practitioner Think Tank.
The Kentucky Heritage Council says the program to promote commercial downtown districts documented $76 million of investment in 44 communities in 2015.
The Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) in Fayette County, through God's Pantry Food Bank, has recently increased the senior service and is looking for eligible seniors to apply.
Job seekers will be able to meet potential employers at a job fair in Frankfort held by Worldwide Staffing later this week.
Jessamine County’s Annual Health Check-up Day and the Annual Healthy Family Community Resource Fair have joined forces to offer the 2016 Jessamine Health Check-up Day on Saturday, April 16 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Jessamine County Career and Technology Center (JCTC).
The Kentucky Equine Humane Center will be hosting their annual fundraiser, "Stock the Barn," on the evening of April 16, 2016 at Manchester Music Hall in Lexington.
Kentucky Utilities Company will join other local Earth Day activities across the state by giving away free redbud tree seedlings. The giveaway will take place on April 21, at the Lexington Operations Center located at 500 Stone Road.
Every Tuesday in April, the YMCA of Central Kentucky is inviting the community to give the Y a try for free, no strings attached.
Dr. Rice Cowan Leach, a life-long Public Health servant and Lexington’s Commissioner of Health, died Friday, April 1, following a battle with cancer. He was 75.
You’ll see blue on the University of Kentucky campus Saturday night, April 2, as iconic Memorial Hall, as well as the Lyman T Johnson, Central II, Haggin, Woodland Glen I, Champions Court I and Champions Court II residence halls will be lit with blue lights in honor of World Autism Awareness Day.
On Thursday, a group of ten Knox Co. Central High School students paid a visit to Kentucky State Police Post 10 in Harlan to learn more about police work.
Dr. Richard Day has been elected as faculty regent at Eastern Kentucky University.
4th grade students throughout the Pulaski Co. school system are learning about making healthy choices during the "Life is Cool" program, running Tuesday and Wednesday.
Kentucky Adult Education and the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority will launch a partnership on April 1 aimed at helping qualified adults transition or return to college or technical school.
March is National Brain Injury Awareness month, and City Barbeque is wrapping up it’s campaign to help raise funds and awareness on the issue.
The Madison County Sheriff’s Office is hosting the 1st Annual “Battle of the Badges” basketball tournament at Madison Central High School Gymnasium on March 26, 2016.
On Thursday, over 700 students took part in a unique event exploring the nature of bad decisions and consequences.
A sculpture made from 20 tons of sand is taking shape in downtown Lexington at Triangle Park.
An afterschool program in Corbin will receive $10,000 dollars after winning the Dollar General Afterschool Literacy Award, a national award from The Afterschool Alliance.
You may see Kentucky American Water crews in your area this spring opening fire hydrants and letting them flow for a period of time.
Students at Sandersville Elementary school learned about the human body, and how to make smart decisions about what they put in it at the "Life Is Cool" program on Wednesday.
High school students in Fayette Co. showed off their business acumen at a Junior Achievement event on Tuesday.
Jessamine Co. Environmental Services has scheduled a county-wide cleanup, running from April 9-16.
A parent-training session will be held on Thursday at Frankfort High School, as Frankfort Independent Schools (FIS) unveil a new app aimed to connect the community and improve literacy among students
Students, potters, and the public will come together on Wednesday, March 30 to raise awareness of local hunger needs at the annual "Empty Bowls" event and meal. The event will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Commons, located in the Woods-Penniman Building on the Berea College campus.
Taziki’s Mediterranean Café, coming to Lexington on Southland Drive in April, is looking to hire up to fifty positions for the new restaurant.
Voters can hear from the candidates for the 2016 primary races for U.S. House and U.S. Senate starting Monday on KET's Kentucky Tonight program.
Gov. Matt Bevin says a workforce training initiative has expanded into northeastern Kentucky.
The Lexington Kiwanis Club will be hosting its annual fundraising Chili/Spaghetti Day from 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 17 at Cavalry Baptist Church in downtown Lexington.
The Transplant Games of America's National Flag Tour stopped at UK HealthCare on Thursday to celebrate organ donors and recipients on its way to the 2016 Games in Cleveland this June.
Police in Georgetown feel like they have some solid leads after an investigation on a pesky visitor to Western Elementary.
The Aspen Dental “Mouthmobile,” a fully-equipped dental office on wheels, is stopping in Frankfort of Friday to provide local veterans with free dental care.
Several Post Offices in Kentucky will hold passport fairs this weekend for first-time passport applicants or for those seeking to renew a passport. Locations and times below.
A Lexington family received a very special gift on Wednesday, that will hopefully help them put behind an extremely painful memory.
The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department’s Board of Health has selected Commissioner of Health Dr. Rice Leach as the 2016 Public Health Hero.
As part of National Kidney Month, former Bryan Station students hosted a kickoff to promote awareness of the critical need for living kidney transplant donors.
A 5K honoring the life and legacy of Officer Daniel Ellis will be held Sunday, March 19, at the Richmond Centre Mall in Richmond.
The Superintendent of Fayette County Public Schools is inviting the community to “Talk with Caulk” next week.
The Kentucky Division of Forestry reminds Kentucky landowners and homeowners that wildfires can strike any time where grass and brush are dry enough to burn.
As the spring season continues to develop in the Commonwealth, so do extra lawn trimmings and general vegetation.
A Lexington Hip-Hop artist is back from Flint, Michigan.
The Georgetown Police Department will be holding a tribute as part of National Crime Victims' Rights Week to honor victims of violent crime.
Lexington's Division of Environmental Services says seventy-eight dying ash trees, along two major roadways, will be removed by a city contractor this month.
The Lexington Police have released a feedback survey for all members of the community to complete, if they wish.
Eleven Kentucky sites have been approved for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
Several sites in Fayette County Public Schools now provide free after-school meals for low-income students through the federal Child and Adult Care Food Program
Organizers of the International Bluegrass Music Museum's annual concert fundraiser say Old Crow Medicine Show, Lee Ann Womack and Marty Stuart have been added to the show's lineup.
Prom season is right around the corner, but buying that prom dress can be pretty expensive.
The Kentucky Coal Academy is planning an event next month to mark the opening of its new Mine Training Facility in southeastern Kentucky.
Eight-year-old Baily Ford of Versailles is fighting a big fight
The Lexington Legends will hold a Job Fair on Saturday, February 20 from 9 a.m. to noon at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.
The Clark Regional Medical Center (CRMC) is recognizing a radiologist for a life-saving commitment to blood donation.
The president of the Kentucky Community and Technical College System has been picked for a new board that will advocate for community colleges at the federal level.
Valentine's Day is this weekend but patients at a local children's hospital got to celebrate it a little early.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says crews are hard at work treating and plowing roads in Central Kentucky.
Previous heavy rain and impending winter weather have an Anderson County family realizing just how precarious their situation is, especially when it comes to accessibility to their rural home.
The Estill County Health Department is investigating a possible Salmonella outbreak in the community.
Devine Carama, director of Believing In Forever, Inc., is conducting a second "Fresh Water For Flint" water drive to combat the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Presidents’ Day holiday
The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is accepting nominees for their 13th annual Public Health Heroes Award.
After six months of construction, Movie Tavern has officially converted the formerly-known AmStar theater at Brannon Crossing into to a cinema-eatery
On Thursday, Cabela’s announced plans to celebrate the official grand opening of its new Lexington store on Wednesday, March 16, with a unique ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by a weekend-long celebration featuring giveaways, family activities, guest appearances and more.
As the region’s unusually mild temperatures decline into those more typical of the season, some area residents may have trouble keeping their homes comfortable.
This Saturday, February 6th, select Kroger stores in Lexington will be hosting God’s Pantry Food Bank volunteers for the annual “Souperbowl of Caring” food drive.
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