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The Governor's Christmas Tree Lighting at the State Capitol is scheduled for Saturday evening.
Lexington's biggest Halloween party took place downtown and the thriller parade was a crowd pleaser for the thousands of people who came out to celebrate.
The City of Lexington is considering making changes to its Michael Jackson "Thriller" parade.
A sign of spring Monday morning as the Kentucky Derby Festival’s 2019 poster rolled off the presses at Derby City Litho.
A New Jersey mom, credited with preventing a school shooting in Anderson Co. will ride in Lawrenceburg's Christmas parade
Do you have what it takes?! Let's see your moonwalk!
Here is a list of locations where you can watch fireworks throughout central Kentucky! These are all taking place on Wednesday, July 4.
Lyons was the Irish entrepreneur who fell in love with Kentucky and used it as the foundation for his multi-billion dollar international agriculture business.
Find out what streets will be closed Saturday in downtown Lexington for St. Patrick's Day festivities.
In addition to arts and crafts vendors, there will now be live entertainment at the Wicked Wonders Halloween Market.
Two central Kentucky residents have been chosen to serve as grand marshals for the parade.
The Winchester Labor Day Parade features clowns, horses, queens, floats, marching bands, dance teams, motorcycles, fire trucks, and much more.
Entries now being accepted for 2017 Lexington Veterans Day Parade
A parade committee will hear an appeal from the Sons of Confederate Veterans after a Kentucky city commission voted to limit participation in its Veterans Day parade to those representing the United States.
Hundreds of people braved today's wet weather to celebrate the Fourth of July in downtown Lexington.
Downtown Lexington Corporation officials say the application deadline to participate in the Fourth of July Parade is June 28.
An Estill County teen battling cancer got the surprise of a lifetime today when the entire county came together to throw him a special birthday parade.
Organizers of Lexington’s Fourth of July parade are seeking floats, bands and/or musical groups, equestrian entries, youth groups, clubs and more to participate in this year’s parade which will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 4, in downtown Lexington.
City officials say thousands of people are expected to pack downtown this weekend for multiple events.
It’s not too late to get your group together and join the fun for the 38th annual Alltech Lexington St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival on Saturday, March 11.