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Mulch giveaway Saturday in Lexington

If you live in Fayette County, you can get free mulch on Saturday, May 13, 2017.

Volunteers needed to help set-up new Catholic Action Center facility

After 17 years and more than 5.5 million meals served, Lexington’s Catholic Action Center and Community Inn are packing up.

Berea College hosting refugee simulation

Berea College is hosting a refugee simulation that aims to give participants a glimpse into what immigrants go through when they flee their homes and seek refuge in a new community.

Kentucky Kingdom Holding Job Fair Saturday in Louisville

Kentucky Kingdom is holding a job fair this weekend as it looks to hire 1,400 workers for the summer season.

Parking/Traffic Advisory for Saturday in Downtown Lexington

There are multiple events happening in downtown Lexington on Saturday, so patrons are advised to plan ahead.

Lawmakers adjust 2017 session calendar; will meet in session tomorrow

The Kentucky Senate and House of Representatives will convene tomorrow (Saturday, January 7) under a change in the 2017 legislative calendar approved by legislative leaders.

Kentucky Legislature ‘Likely’ to Meet Saturday, Speaker Says

Kentucky's Republican House Speaker says it is likely the state legislature will meet on Saturday to pass the first bills of the year.

Benghazi security officers to speak at GOP dinner Saturday

Two former security officers at the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya, will be the featured speakers during the Kentucky Republican Party's annual Lincoln Day Dinner.

Inaugural Rowan Co. Pride Fest happening Saturday

One year after Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples in defiance of a federal court order, the Rowan County Rights Coalition will be hosting the inaugural Rowan County Pride Festival.

Freedom March planned in downtown Lexington Saturday

A Freedom March will be held in downtown Lexington on Saturday to raise awareness about violence in the community and around the nation.

Rupp Arena to hold job fair Saturday

If you're looking for a way to spend more time at the home of Kentucky basketball, and also want to earn some cash, you'll want to head to Rupp Arena this weekend.

Red Mile to offer free shuttles to Keeneland

In partnership with Keeneland, which opens its 2016 Spring Meet on Friday, April 8, Red Mile will offer free round-trip shuttle service on Fridays and Saturdays for patrons who park at Red Mile and want to come to the track.

Blood drive to support eight-year-old Versailles patient

Eight-year-old Baily Ford of Versailles is fighting a big fight

Lexington Legends to hold job fair Saturday

The Lexington Legends will hold a Job Fair on Saturday, February 20 from 9 a.m. to noon at Whitaker Bank Ballpark.

Colonels reveal memorial patch for Joey Kraemer

The Eastern Kentucky University football team has revealed the patch the team will wear for the remainder of the year in memory of Joey Kraemer.

Question of the Day 07-29-15

Statistics find that 7 a.m. on a Saturday is the best time to start *this.* What is it?

Firefighters from across U.S. in Lexington for Combat Challenge

Firefighters from across the country will demonstrate their strength and skills during the Firefighter Combat Challenge this weekend. The event will begin at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 30 at the Hilton Suites (Lexington Green) parking lot.

Students React To Alex Poythress’ Torn ACL

University of Kentucky students are stilled lined up for Saturday's game, but they said they are saddened by Alex Poythress' Injury.

UPDATE: KY Wildcats Leave Blue Grass Airport For TX

The Cats are on their way to the final four in Texas.

Saturday Mail Service To Continue Past August

The United States Postal Service was supposed to stop Saturday mail services in August, but reps said it will continue past then.

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