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EKU classes begin August 17 with safety protocols in place

Instructors will wear masks and classrooms will be spread-out when students return to campus in August.

UK Dining to hold Job Fairs for food service positions

University of Kentucky Dining is holding a Job Fair to fill more than 100 positions.

‘Street Craves’ closes; owners to expand burger concept

'Street Craves' closed its doors in Lexington on Thursday, March 2, as its owners shift their focus to growing a burger concept, according to a release from the restaurant group.

New seating, dining at Keeneland Fall Meet

New options for dining and new seating areas constructed in preparation for the Breeders' Cup will be available to horse racing fans at Keeneland's 2015 Fall Meet.

KY Republicans & Democrats Call for Investigations Against Grimes & McConnell

On Friday, Kentucky's Republican and Democratic Parties called for investigations into perceived violations made by U.S. Senate candidates Alison Grimes and Mitch McConnell.

Restaurant Gives Back To Local Charities, Opens New Location

In conjunction with the grand opening of their new Lexington location, A&W is raising money for local charities and throwing a free celebration for the public.

Students Develop UK Dining App

The app will offer a free nutrition menu for items offered at UK’s major on-campus eateries

Stay In To Eat Out

Going out to eat doesn't necessarily mean you have to actually go outside anymore, thanks to some Lexington businesses.

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FCPS not raising property tax rates

For the third time in five years Fayette County Public Schools is not raising property tax rates.
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Fourth time in 3 days old water park set on fire in Perry County

It happened at Fugate's Water Park off Highway 15, right outside Hazard.
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Caravan protest outside Sen. Mitch McConnell’s Lexington office

It was part of a national effort led by Poor People's Campaign with protests at every Kentucky office and a protest in Washington D.C.

“False Positives” spray painted on the side of a Walgreens’ COVID testing site

A coronavirus testing site in Lexington has been hit with graffiti.