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Part of Manchester Street in Lexington closed Saturday

Work part of locating underground utilities.

$6 million widening of Carol Malone Boulevard begins in Grayson

Expect traffic changes next week on KY 7/KY 1 downtown

LexLive now open to the public

A project years in the making is finally open, project leaders cut the ribbon today on LexLive.

LexLive entertainment center plans March 11 opening

Downtown entertainment spot is indication of returning to 'normal'

Woman charged with shooting another woman during dispute

Shooting early Saturday morning outside downtown business.

Dozens of racist stickers found downtown

Police say the stickers may be difficult to remove, either way people have seen them and now they're left feeling hurt.

Lexington tree-lighting Sunday night, downtown lights up Dec. 12

More details, include COVID-19 protocol and procedures, can be found at Downtownlex.com.

Town plans ‘safe’ adult trick or treat Friday, art decorates downtown

Students paint business windows, carved pumpkins lit and on display already, event Friday.

Firefighters battle small fire in downtown Lexington

Small fire on buildings being demolished.

Speaker series offers insight to Lexington downtown

Monthly series starts Sept. 29.

‘Dining Downtown’ to show off ‘renovated’ downtown

Downtown opening up, community invited.

Two sought in shooting of teen near downtown

Happened about 7 p.m. Wednesday.

Lexington offers parking tips for watching fireworks

Many lots, street parking open in downtown area.

In a way, Somerset becomes a ‘music city’

Music now playing through downtown speaker system

High wind conditions delay crane removal from downtown

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the giant blue crane in downtown Lexington that was supposed to removed this weekend was running behind because of wind delays throughout the weekend.

UPDATE: Mt. Sterling man faces several charges for driving into downtown celebration

The Montgomery County Sheriff's Office closed streets as part of an effort to keep a driver from crashing into the First Friday Celebration in downtown Mount Sterling on Friday.

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Father takes over baseball team for late son at Estill County High

Retired Estill County High School Baseball Coach Brian Crowe will take over the program again following the tragic death of his son, Blake.

Search on for missing Letcher County man

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of 27-year old Corey Neace should contact the Letcher County Sheriff's Office.

Police: Man admits to shooting and killing woman in Winchester

Steven McGuire is accused of shooting and killing 34-year old Sheila Smith at an apartment on Main Street, according to Winchester Police.

UPDATE: UK wide receivers coach pleads not guilty in DUI case

37-year old Jovon Bouknight is accused of driving drunk and going at least 26 miles over the speed limit, according to Kenton County public records.