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Council puts talk of new city hall on hold

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.

Council not moving forward with new city hall at Herald-Leader

Efforts to move Lexington City Hall to the Herald-Leader building have been set back.

Urban County Council increases support for public art

Lexington’s Urban County Council voted to set aside 1 percent of the amount the city borrows or bonds for capital improvements each year for public art.

$1.2 million gift will help Lexington build an amphitheater

A new amphitheater planned for Lexington will become the new permanent home of Picnic With The Pops.

Breaking ground on Town Branch Commons

Mayor Jim Gray joined other community leaders to break ground Monday on Lexington's latest project.

Mayor Jim Gray receives endorsement from Herald Leader

Local news paper endorses Lexington Mayor in Congressional race.

‘Let’s rise up and BUILD’

Thousands of people in Lexington are concerned about the city's well-being.

Lexington mayor holds first meeting for Opioid Advisory Council

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray held the first meeting for the new Opioid Advisory Council Thursday afternoon.

Lexington’s new budget proposal released

Mayor Jim Gray released his proposed budget for the city of Lexington on Tuesday.

Mayor of Lexington proclaims Thursday ‘Blue-White Day’

Lexington's mayor proclaims Thursday as 'Blue-White Day,' in support of the Kentucky Wildcats in the NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen.

Lexington mayor names Armstrong new Public Safety Commissioner

Mayor Jim Gray has tapped Code Enforcement Director and former Assistant Police Chief Ken Armstrong to be the city’s new Commissioner of Public Safety.

Homelessness declines to lowest level in last 12 years

The number of people experiencing homelessness in Lexington has reached its lowest level since at least 2005.

Lexington mayor to announce police chief choice Monday

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray is scheduled to announce his choice for the city's new police chief Monday.

Mayor declares Friday “Blue-White Day”

Friday is a good day to break out the blue and white clothing.

Former vice mayor to run for mayor of Lexington

Former vice mayor Linda Gorton says she is running to replace Mayor Jim Gray.

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray running for Congress

Mayor Jim Gray is running for the 6th Congressional District.

Lexington’s prepared for the snow

The city of Lexington says it's prepared for the snow if it comes this week.

Lexington’s police chief announces he’s retiring

Lexington Police Chief Mark Barnard is retiring from the department on January 1.

Mayor Jim Gray says Lexington to become a “gigabit city”

Mayor Jim Gray says Metronet will transform Lexington into a gigabit city

Lexington files lawsuit against wholesale drug distributors

Mayor Jim Gray announced on Thursday that Lexington has filed a lawsuit to hold wholesale drug distributors and manufacturers accountable for dumping opioids into the city.

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