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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.
Chicago Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot’s resounding victory was a clear call for change at City Hall and a historic repudiation of the old-style, insider politics that have long defined the nation’s third-largest city.
Linda Gorton has only been in office for 17 days and today, she gave her first state of the merged government address.
A new Lexington mayor was inaugurated Sunday.
Mayor-Elect Linda Gorton has named part of her leadership team.
The Enquirer reports Rabbit Hash's first female mayor, Lucy Lou, died September 10.
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.
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.
An early morning fire Tuesday has destroyed a 79-year-old Perryville business.
Kentucky State Police say Somerset mayor Eddie Girdler hit a juvenile on a bike Sunday then left the accident scene.
Mayor Jim Gray has celebrated The LEXington Theatre Company’s fourth season during rehearsals for A Chorus Line, which opens later this week at the Lexington Opera House.
Mayor Jim Gray and many other people are not happy with the Lexington firework show.
Nancy Slaton, the mayor of Eddyville, passed away suddenly in Lexington Friday.
Polls opened at 6 a.m. for Kentuckians to cast their votes for the 2018 Primary Election.
As we get closer to the primary election, candidates in all races are picking up the pace trying to get their voices heard.
A Kentucky city council has voted to impeach its mayor of three years.
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.
Lexington's Urban County Council is trying to pass a new ordinance that looks to decrease panhandling in the city.