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Covid-19 focus of mayor’s Neighborhood Summit

The public asked questions about the coronavirus during Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton's Neighborhood Summit.

Trick-or-Treating pandemic-style

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Trick or Treating is yet another thing done a little differently in 2020, but some families in Lexington have adjusted...

Beverly J. Ross Day: Lexington woman honored for her service with day dedicated in her name

Lexington is recognizing Beverly J. Ross’ service to the community by dedicating the day in her honor.

Mayor Gorton addresses voting, Halloween plans

Changes in city plans due to COVID-19

Coleman Crest Farm celebrating 132 years

The Coleman Crest Farm is one of Lexington's oldest black owned family farms.

September is United Racial Equality Month in Lexington

One Lexington man requested a proclamation for September to be United Racial Equality Month, that proclamation was signed Mayor Linda Gorton.

Lexington Mayor to hold special meeting to update on COVID-19

Part of regular series to update members, residents.

Racial Justice & Equality Commission closing in on recommendations

The Commission hopes to have recommendations to tackle some of Lexington's biggest issues by mid-September.

Lexington gears up to light the sky while social distancing

For those who decide to get a closer view of the fireworks downtown, the city says to stay in your car.

Protesters still rattled by racist comments; Council to make changes

Protesters say they're still hurt by racist comments made during a Urban County Council Zoom call Wednesday.

LPD: Twenty people arrested during Saturday night’s protest

Lexington Police say 20-protesters were arrested Saturday night, including three sisters who have organized many of the demonstrations.

Abolishing no-knock warrants, creating civilian review board to be discussed, mayor says

Saturday morning began with a 3 mile march and ended with a community discussion with Mayor Linda Gorton and other panelists.

Health officials: Two more COVID-19 deaths in Fayette County

Total number of deaths from COVID-19 now 17 in Fayette County

‘Healing Prayer’ held at historic Lexington church

The prayer called for an end to the silence surrounding racism and police brutality.

Lexington mayor speaks out ahead of Sunday’s protest

Mayor Linda Gorton says she feels protestors pain.

With fed funds, Lexington seeks to balance service, fiscal soundness

City wants to use federal money for dual purposes

Lexington mayor sends economic plan to governor

Lexington has completed a blueprint for economic recovery in the wake of the three-month coronavirus shutdown and sent it to the governor.

Mayor budget to cut $40 million starting July 1

Mayor Linda Gorton says the budget she will present on April 28 will project a decrease of almost $40 million in revenue for the FY 20-21 budget year, beginning July 1.

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