Invest in Lexington’s future by putting down roots

Spring is officially here, and with it, the year’s prime planting season. The city’s Division of Environmental Service will be hosting several tree-planting events in late March and throughout April, including the 20th anniversary Reforest the Bluegrass event.

Police recover more than $1,400 in stolen quarters

Five people allegedly broke into various coin-operated air pumps over the past several months.

Public invited to view, offer input on region’s long-range transportation plan

Residents and commuters within Fayette and Jessamine counties are invited to review and offer input on the region’s 2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plan.

Police investigating Kirk Court homicide

The Lexington Police Department is investigating the case of a man found deceased behind the residence located at the 1500 block of Kirk Court.  The body of William M.

Challenge offers chance to learn about trees and win prizes

The Citizens’ Environmental Academy hopes to educate the public about Lexington’s rich diversity of tree species with its new Go See Trees initiative.

CANCELED - Police issue Golden Alert

Jesse Atwood, 82, has dementia and COPD. Atwood was last seen around 7:45 p.m. Friday while visiting a home in the Hartland Parkway area.

Sanitary sewer cleanings, inspections March 18 - 23

Citizens on the streets listed below may see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. Work crews will be wearing reflective vests and appropriate identification. Lake Park Rd Angel Falls Dr Betty Hope Ln Blue Heron Pl Bracktown Rd

Meeting planned to discuss Town Branch work

Contractors and subcontractors interested in learning about construction opportunities related to Town Branch are invited to attend an information session. The session will take place from 4 – 6 p.m. on Wed., March 13 at the Bluegrass Community and Technical College.

Uncle 7’s Bar & Grill homicide investigation

Larry Walters, 69, is charged with Murder in the case.

Beautiful, impressive, and green: New Clydesdales have a lot to learn

Two horses recently donated to the Lexington Police Department have never been saddled.