Lexington’s Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention is seeking volunteers to assist with LexCount 2019, an annual count of homeless individuals and families in Fayette County.
The body of Demetrius Gordon, 28, was found Wednesday, January 16.
The city will adjust its waste collection schedule for the upcoming Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. No collections will be made on Monday, Jan. 21.
The Lexington Police Department is attempting to identify the owner of a found urn.
Crews from the city’s Division of Water Quality and Division of Streets & Roads worked overnight and are now focusing on ranked neighborhood streets.
Ociel Camacho was last seen around noon Thursday, January 10 in the area of Armstrong Mill and River Park Drive.
Snow accumulations of two to four inches are expected to begin late Friday, January 11.
Mayor Linda Gorton today named most of her Commissioners, the people who will lead Government departments.
In 2019, the Alltech Lexington St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival is celebrating its 40th anniversary. Entries for annual parade, as well as vendor applications for the Irish festival are now being accepted.