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POLLS: Paul leads Gray in U.S. Senate race

The two candidates for U.S. Senate in Kentucky debated for the first and only time Monday night.

Gray, Paul report fundraising numbers ahead of election

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Jim Gray raised more money than Republican Rand Paul during the past three months, but Paul still has more money overall than his rival heading into the Nov. 8 election.

Democrat Jim Gray unveils jobs, economic plan on Labor Day

Democrat Jim Gray used Labor Day to unveil his jobs plan as he tries to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul.

Central Branch of Public Library new site for City Hall? Possibly…

A statement from Mayor Jim Gray’s office appears to suggest that the Central Library location in downtown Lexington is being considered for City Hall.

Gray calls on Congress, Paul to close loophole in gun sales

Mayor Jim Gray held a press conference Wednesday morning outside of Senator Rand Paul's Lexington offices calling on Congress, and Senator Paul specifically, to close a loophole that allows people on terrorist watch-lists lists to purchase firearms.

In bid for U.S. Senate, Mayor Jim Gray kicks off “listening tour” on Friday

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray will kick off a "listening tour" in Mt. Sterling Friday morning at 9 a.m.

Lexmark to be acquired by Chinese investors

Lexington-based printer maker Lexmark announced Tuesday that it's being acquired by China's Apex Technology Co., PAG Asia Capital and Legend Capital Management in an all-cash deal valued at $3.6 billion.

Newly renovated Living Arts & Science Center opens in Lexington

On Monday, the Living Arts & Science Center celebrated the opening of the newly renovated Historic Kinkead House and the Lucille Caudill Little Discovery Center at the Living Arts & Science Center (LASC).

Lexington’s first-ever female fire chief receives national support

Lexington's first-ever woman fire chief, Kristin Chilton, says she does feel some pressure from her own gender to succeed, but is also getting tremendous backing and encouragement from women.

Mayor Jim Gray releases short form details of city budget proposal

At a presser on Tuesday morning, Lexington Mayor Jim Gray revealed a few details of his city budget proposal.

Lexington Commissioner of Health dies at 75

Dr. Rice Cowan Leach, a life-long Public Health servant and Lexington’s Commissioner of Health, died Friday, April 1, following a battle with cancer. He was 75.

City releases statement on CentrePointe project

A statement has been released from Mayor Jim Gray's office regarding the CentrePointe Project and the expiration of a deadline for work to commence in earnest, or at least be apparent, at the site.

City remains silent on CentrePointe project as extension expires Wednesday

The City of Lexington is withholding comment about a number of extensions on an order to fill-in the CentrePointe construction site in downtown Lexington that expire on Wednesday.

Mayor names new Lexington fire chief

On Thursday, Mayor Jim Gray announced Kristin Chilton as Lexington’s next fire chief.

Mayor Gray: Wear blue & white this weekend

It's a proclamation all Solid Blue fans can get behind: Mayor Jim Gray is urging all Lexingtonians to don their blue and white this weekend during the NCAA WBB Sweet Sixteen.

BREAKING: Blue Grass Stockyards to rebuild on Ironworks Pike

A big announcement Friday morning points to the future for Blue Grass Stockyards.

Confederate Statues here to stay

Two Confederate statues in downtown Lexington will remain in place, according to Mayor Jim Gray.

Lexington looks at improving communication after stockyards fire

The City of Lexington is looking to improve how it notifies people, including elected officials, during emergencies in the wake of Saturday's massive fire at Blue Grass Stockyards.

Flag presented to Blue Grass Stockyards staff

Fire Chief Harold Hoskins presented an American flag to the Blue Grass Stockyards management staff early Wednesday afternoon.

Firefighter Appreciation Day this Friday

People in Lexington are encouraged to wear red this Friday for Firefighter Appreciation Day.

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Two women busted in strong-armed robbery case

One of suspects also charged with not depositing business funds.

UK Kroger Field to become vaccination central for teachers, others as it expands

Web site will keep updates o who is eligible, appointments,

Owingsville, Versailles residents, others named to state board

Appointments cover everything from local issues to state policy.