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Lexington mayor Linda Gorton held a news conference Friday morning to update the public on some of the impacts the weather's having on residents.
Lexington Mayor, Linda Gorton gave her state of the city/county address on Tuesday.
The city of Lexington announced a new anti-violence initiative following a weekend of gun violence that killed two teenagers and injured two more people.
AVOL Kentucky announced the tenth annual Dining Out For Life event date.
The “Breaking the Bronze Ceiling” monument has a prominent address.
Mayor Linda Gorton held her first neighborhood summit on Saturday.
Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton was called out Tuesday night during B.U.I.L.D.'s annual Nehemiah Action Assembly, a gathering of about 2,000 people from 26 congregations, working toward making Lexington safer and healthier.
Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton appointed a Complete Count Committee to ensure Lexington counts every citizen in the upcoming 2020 federal Census.
A Cynthiana-based global manufacturer of personal protective equipment opens a research and development facility in Lexington.
Mayor Linda Gorton urges citizens to take extra precautions as temperatures dip to near zero levels.
Linda Gorton has only been in office for 17 days and today, she gave her first state of the merged government address.
Linda Gorton and Baptist Health Lexington will co-host a presentation of “Beautiful Boy,” a film that explores the limits of treatment and family love in confronting the power of addiction. It is based on a true story.
A new Lexington mayor was inaugurated Sunday.
The mayor-elect's team will work with members of Mayor Jim Gray’s administration during the transition.
Bastin thanked Lexington for allowing him the chance to run, saying it was the "honor of a lifetime."
Mayor Jim Gray announced he was endorsing Gorton at a new conference Friday afternoon at Lexington City Hall.
LINDA GREW UP IN THE HEART OF FARM COUNTRY IN CENTRAL OHIO, WHERE HER FATHER SOLD FORD TRACTORS AND LATER MANAGED A GRAIN ELEVATOR....
Efforts in Lexington to get a new city hall are on hold after a vote by the Urban County Council at Tuesday's work session.
Lexington's former police chief and former vice mayor took the stage at 21-C Museum Hotel Wednesday night, in the first of several mayoral forums.
Former vice mayor Linda Gorton says she is running to replace Mayor Jim Gray.
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