Fifth Third Bank Presents Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival

Celebrate our nation’s Independence Day in downtown Lexington with a four-day weekend full of fun events for the whole family.  The Fifth Third Bank Presents Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival kicks off Friday, July 1 at noon with the Great American Pie Contest and culminates the evening of July 4 with fireworks outside Commonwealth Stadium.

Police investigating Continental Square homicide

The Lexington Police Department is investigating a homicide near Continental Square Apartments.

Police looking for three men connected with stealing guitars

June 24, 2016 - Two Lexington men have been charged in connection with the theft of multiple guitars from local music stores.

City unveils official portrait of Mayor Isaac

Mayor Teresa Isaac’s official portrait was unveiled Thursday, June 23 during a ceremony at the Government Center.

Pie contest entries sought

It’s time to dig out your favorite pie recipe and put it to the test in this year's Great American Pie contest, to be held noon Friday, July 1, at the Fifth Third Bank Pavilion in Cheapside Park.

Lexington Police make fraud arrest

June 21, 2016 - A Lexington woman is charged with defrauding her former employer of more than $110,000.

Fourth of July holiday collection schedule announcement

Lexington’s Division of Waste Management will adjust its collection schedule for the upcoming Fourth of July holiday. No collection will be made on Monday, July 4.

Police standoff ends safely

June 16, 2016 - An incident involving a barricaded subject ended safely following several hours of negotiations.

Mayor nominates Steve Haney as jail director

Mayor Jim Gray today nominated Steve Haney, a Corrections professional with 26 years of experience, as Director of Community Corrections.

Man arrested on multiple commercial burglaries

June 15, 2016  - A Georgetown man is charged in connection with multiple burglaries in Lexington. Investigators with the Lexington Police Department today charged Victor G.