[ditty_news_ticker id="349423"]

73.1 F
Lexington
Thursday, September 23, 2021
Tags Washington DC

Tag: Washington DC

Lexington rabbi addresses crowd at national rally

Rabbi Shlomo Litvin from the Lexington Chabad spoke at the rally for the Jewish community in Washington D.C.

Lexington law firm promotes attorney to D.C., names new local director

Miller, other moves part of series of promotions.

Blue Grass Airport and United Airlines now offering non-stop service to Washington D.C.

United Airlines has announced that it will add non-stop service between Blue Grass Airport (LEX) and Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).

Washington to bid farewell to the late Sen. John McCain

It’s Washington’s turn to say goodbye to the late Sen. John McCain. And McCain is saying farewell — his way.

Dozens head to Washington D.C. for Poor People’s Campaign Rally

Dozens of people are hopping on buses Friday night, to drive to Washington D.C. for Saturday's Poor People's Campaign rally.

Veterans to receive heroes’ welcome Saturday in Lexington

The public is invited to welcome veterans home from an Honor Flight Saturday at 9pm at Blue Grass Airport.

2015 Honor Flight takes Veterans to Washington, D.C.

Veterans from Central and Eastern Kentucky head to Washington, D.C. for the 2015 Honor Flight.

SPECIAL REPORT: Pope Francis to arrive in US

We will join an ABC News Special Report for Pope Francis’ arrival to the United States. Coverage is expected to begin around 4:00 p.m....

Lexington Group Heads To DC For March On Washington 50th Anniversary

A group from Lexington will be among the thousands celebrating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. The group left for DC early Friday morning.

Lexington Group Heads To DC For March On Washington 50th Anniversary

A group from Lexington will be among the thousands celebrating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. The group left for DC early Friday morning.

Vets ‘Run For The Wall’ Ride Stops In Central KY

Mount Sterling welcomed hundreds of veterans Wednesday. The visit comes just a few days before Memorial Day.

Lexington PD Officers To Help With Presidential Inauguration

Some Lexington Police will soon be patrolling another city...briefly. The Department says 28 Officers will be helping with security during the Presidential Inaugural Parade.

Most Read

Tax credits could address state’s affordable housing shortage: Supporters

Construction could address need plus increase tax revenues and jobs.

Horse Soldier Bourbon tourism brings nearly $200 million investment to Pulaski

New Tourism Development Project to Bring Jobs, Bourbon and Travelers to Pulaski County

UPDATE: Former UK basketball star acquitted of tax crimes

Randolph Morris is accused of deliberately avoiding paying taxes on $13 million he made while playing professionally in China, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Tree Week brings citizens together for educational opportunities

Dozens of activities planned during the week.