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Horse Country board welcomes new president Gathan Borden

Founding Horse Country Board President Price H. Bell, Jr. Hands Over the Reigns

Travel and tourism in Lexington on the rise

It's National Travel and Tourism Week and restaurants and hotels in Lexington say they're starting to see more visitors. 

Groups certified for sustainability efforts

LFUCG’s Green Check Program certifies six members

Hospitality workers, others team up to help needy

An initiative to use hospitality workers recently unemployed and other community food assets to provide prepared meals to those who need immediate access to food.

Lexington sets record hotel revenue in 2019

VisitLEX released numbers from tourism in the city last year. There are several highlights including record hotel revenue and craft beer tourism.

VisitLex marketing ASMR video of horse eating goes viral

It shows a horse name Hank at the Kentucky Horse Park crunching on carrots, apples and peppermints.

New lights strung in downtown Lexington

The Downtown Lexington Partnership, Lexington Fayette Urban County Government, and VisitLex partnered to string lights on Short Street between Upper and Mill, between Main and Short Street.

VisitLEX earns awards at state conference

VisitLEX earned several awards at a recent state conference put on by the Kentucky Travel Industry Association.

Southland Street Fair

Stewart Perry, with Perry Insurance, and Erin Hilton, with VisitLEX drop by the studio to tell Eric Burke about the Southland Street Fair, happening this Saturday!

New community flag unveiled at Lexington Christian Academy

Students from Lexington Christian Academy, along with Mayor Jim Gray and Councilmember Amanda Mays Bledsoe, were on-hand Thursday morning at the school as Lexington new community flag was unveiled.

Jefferson Street Soirée set for Sept. 14

September in Lexington signals the start of two events – sales and soiree.

Staycation Itineraries – VisitLex 5-11

Why go anywhere, with so much to do right here?

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UPDATE: Ribbon cutting opens new dog park in Lawrenceburg.

The dog park is open seven days a week from dawn until dusk.

FCPS approves vaccine incentive program, bus route rotations

The $200 incentive would be for all full and part-time employees and substitutes who have worked at least ten days in the semester.

United flight makes emergency landing at Blue Grass Airport, everyone safe

The flight originated in Chicago, according to Blue Grass Airport.

Masks required to attend Big Blue Madness at Rupp Arena

Fans do not have to show proof of coronavirus vaccination, according to UK Athletics.