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Gov.-elect Andy Beshear has appointed his running mate, a leading Democratic lawmaker and the ex-mayor of Lexington to high-profile jobs in the administration he’s forming.
A LGBTQ advocacy non-profit honored former Lexington Mayor, Jim Gray.
A new Lexington mayor was inaugurated Sunday.
Mayor Jim Gray announced he was endorsing Gorton at a new conference Friday afternoon at Lexington City Hall.
There are now 180 newly remodeled affordable housing units available on Lexington’s northeast side.
One of Lexington’s oldest wooden playgrounds is no more.
MetroNet is celebrating the official activation of its 100% fiber optic internet, TV and phone services in the City of Lexington at a grand opening ceremony at the company’s new retail location on West Tiverton Way.
When Jim Gray took the stage in Lexington to concede the race, he still walked on to cheers from supporters.
Candidates for 6th Congressional District emphasize their resumes.
Lexington is celebrating Earth Day Weekend in a big way … with the official opening of a new trail, the Hope Center Trail.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray’s campaign says that the United Steelworkers union has endorsed Gray’s bid for Congress.
Kentucky's primary is about a month away. Wednesday night Democrats running for congress will debate at Transylvania University in Lexington.
Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes put the rumor mill to rest Friday by announcing she won't run for mayor of Lexington.
Mayor Jim Gray said he promised to give citizens a new choice in television providers, and Tuesday morning he exclaimed Santa Claus has come to town.
Lexington celebrated 60-years of its sister city relationship with Deauville, France on Friday.
The City of Lexington has begun removing two Confederate statues from downtown.
A highly specialized water rescue team from the Lexington Fire Department is headed to Texas to help flood victims.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray chose Joe Smith as the new councilmember for the 2nd District.
LEXserv bills will now be processed in Lexington, a move that will save the city about $400,000 a year, while also creating six new jobs.
Mayor Jim Gray has named Polly Ruddick Director of the Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention.