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Lexington is preparing for the gradual reopening of some parts of city government starting Monday and then even more in June.
Efforts in Lexington to get a new city hall are on hold after a vote by the Urban County Council at Tuesday's work session.
The idea of a new city hall in Lexington has been talked about for years. Is it finally about to happen?
Lexington's Urban County Council approved a resolution on the legalization of medical marijuana in Kentucky.
Urban County Councilmember Jennifer Scutchfield says she's resigning her position, effective this Thursday, after accepting a job with the State Board of Elections.
Mayor Jim Gray says Metronet will transform Lexington into a gigabit city
A former Urban County councilwoman in Lexington was sentenced to three weeks in jail and three years of probation after pleading guilty to crimes related to cashing bogus payroll checks.
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Lexington's Urban County Council takes a decisive stand in favor of moving two Confederate statues from prominent places outside a former courthouse.
Descendant of John C Breckinridge supports the relocation of his statue from downtown Lexington, according to a letter shared by Mayor Jim Gray.
Veterans Park in Lexington is no longer being considered by the city as a possible site to relocate two Confederate statues that currently sit downtown, according to city officials.
Thousands of people gathered at the courthouse plaza Monday in downtown Lexington, standing in solidarity with those who lost their lives in Charlottesville Virginia over the weekend.
Former Urban County Councilwoman Sasha Love Higgins faces up to two-years in prison after admitting to cashing bogus payroll checks at the hotel she used to manage, according to Fayette Circuit Court officials.
Lexington's Urban County Council voted Thursday night to strengthen the city's vicious-dog ordinance, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.
By a vote of 13-to-2, Lexington's Urban County Council Thursday night approved an ordinance that prohibits panhandlers and pedestrians from approaching vehicles at most major intersections.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray is scheduled to announce Friday morning his nominee to fill the vacant 2nd District seat on the Urban County Council.
A proposed $34 million development deal on Newtown Pike in Lexington is dead, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.
On Friday, Mayor Jim Gray and the Urban County Council announced the renaming of a Lexington street “Harry Sykes Way” to honor the late Harry Sykes, Lexington’s first African American city commissioner, mayor pro tem and vice mayor.
Lexington mayor to ask council to rename street after Harry Sykes, the city's first African American city commissioner, mayor pro tem and vice mayor.
A program in Lexington is allocating grants and low-interest loans to groups developing affordable housing projects.