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‘Drunken Flea’ Outdoor vintage market returns for first time since pandemic hit

Co-owners of Wearhouse, a vintage shop, Elizabeth Busse and Shanda Snyder say they wanted a place for vendors to be able to show off their inventory considering it's been rough year for many retailers.

First Annual Hemp Festival in Winchester

The hemp industry is finding its way back into society and the people behind those efforts are offering to share all that comes with it.

First annual Kentucky Proud Festival

Sunday the first annual Kentucky Proud Festival took over the Bluegrass Stockyards.

Railbird Festival is a hit, one vendor says she’s never fed so many people

Just one day after the inaugural Railbird Festival at Keeneland, organizers say the festival should be returning for many more years to come.

43rd annual Hillbilly Days festival underway in Pikeville

Carnival rides and vendor booths have taken over downtown Pikeville for the 43rd annual Hillbilly Days festival.

Lexington NoLi Night Market

Lexington NoLi Night Market

Winchester Beer Cheese Festival

Winchester Beer Cheese Festival

Entries for Lexington 4th of July vendors, festivities wanted

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.

Deadline for St. Patrick’s Day Parade entries extended

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.

Fort Campbell sergeant pleads guilty to conspiring to take bribes

A Fort Campbell Army sergeant has pleaded guilty to conspiring to take bribes from vendors seeking contracts in Afghanistan.

Holiday Shopping Helps Salvation Army

The Salvation Army benefitted today from people’s holiday shopping.

Firework Vendors React to Firework Ban

Vendors say this may hurt business but say they're still staying open.

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