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Lexington kicks off July with plenty to do

Mark the calendar ow for some things to do.

West Sixth cancels events, makes changes

Company working on help for employees, urges consumers to buy.

Beech Springs Farm Market, Farm Fresh Food and Local Events

Learn more about how Beech Springs Farm Market is Kentucky proud and sources local food while also acting as a premier event venue for Winchester, KY.

Traffic advisory for Friday and Saturday in downtown Lexington

There are multiple events happening in downtown Lexington over the weekend, so people are advised to plan ahead.

St. Patrick’s Day events in downtown Lexington

Even though St. Patrick’s Day is Sunday, Lexington will celebrate it on Saturday.

Lexington Police issue traffic advisory for the entire city and county

Lexington Police issues a general traffic advisory for this weekend due to the presidential visit and other events.

First Vineyard, A Historic Bluegrass Winery and Venue

What should you expect from your first visit to First Vineyard? An atmosphere that delivers not only fine wine, but exceptional customer service.

Archaeology events planned in September

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Two family-friendly archaeology events are scheduled in Kentucky this month. The Kentucky Heritage Council says Living Archaeology Weekend will be held...

Explore the outdoors with your kids at Kentucky State Parks

Several Kentucky State Parks will hold summer events on May 19.

6th annual Lexington Craft Beer Week kicks off May 11th

After another year of growth and new breweries, Lexington’s craft brewing community is planning to host the 6th annual Lexington Craft Beer Week.

MLK Day celebrations

List of events for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

UK Alumni Association hosting events for Citi Hoops Classic

The New York City UK Alumni Club will be hosting several events in New York City this weekend in conjunction with the UK men’s basketball game in the 2017 Citi Hoops Classic.

Regional events in Kentucky highlight students’ tech skills

State education officials say more than 7,000 Kentucky students will showcase their innovative ideas and technological savvy at regional events in coming weeks.

Thriller and Halloween Fest adds new entertainment

In addition to arts and crafts vendors, there will now be live entertainment at the Wicked Wonders Halloween Market.

May events at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center

Keaton Young and Treyvon King drop by the studio to tell Katie Solove about the exciting events coming up at the Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center during the month of May.

April Events at The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center

April is jam-packed down at The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center, and Executive Director Donald Mason, along with Amber Baker, come by the studio to tell Meteorologist Eric Burke what's on tap for the month.

Traffic advisory for this weekend in Lexington

City officials say thousands of people are expected to pack downtown this weekend for multiple events.

Doctor-lawmaker tries to restrict smoking in tobacco country

A medical doctor in the Kentucky Senate is leading the effort to restrict smoking in Kentucky, a state that leads the country in smoking rates.

Parking/Traffic Advisory for Saturday in Downtown Lexington

There are multiple events happening in downtown Lexington on Saturday, so patrons are advised to plan ahead.

UK and UK Healthcare set to celebrate holidays

The University of Kentucky and UK Healthcare are planning tons of holiday events this December.

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