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Lexington Parking Authority announces 2019 "Food for Fines" holiday program

This year the nationally recognized Food for Fines program runs from Monday, Nov. 25 – Friday, Dec. 20.

Fleeing vehicle investigation

An unknown man fled from officers, nearly striking them in the process.

City prepared for forecasted winter weather

With a rain/snow mix expected in the evening hours combined with temperatures expected below freezing, the City is urging commuters to use extra caution on their morning commute.

Hospitals provide funds for Community Paramedicine program

Lexington’s main hospitals will provide $200,000 to keep Lexington’s Community Paramedicine Program open in 2020, Mayor Linda Gorton announced at a news conference today.

A Golden Alert has been canceled for a 20-year-old missing man

UPDATE:  The Golden Alert has been

Rose Street shooting investigation

A man has been charged with Assault 1st and Robbery 1st.

Sanitary sewer cleanings, inspections Nov. 11 – 16

Citizens on the streets listed below may see vehicles, work crews, and small equipment. Work crews will be wearing reflective vests and appropriate identification.   Breckinridge St Carneal Rd Chestnut St Contract St

Volunteers Branch Out for Tree Hop

City celebrates 20th anniversary of Reforest the Bluegrass by planting trees at 20 smaller sites throughout the county.

Part of Manchester Street to be closed for sewer work

The replacement of 1,500 feet of trunk sewer on Manchester Street will necessitate closing the road to thru traffic between Oliver Lewis Way and the railroad/creek crossing near Driscoll Street.

Truck-a-Palooza offers chance to see city trucks up close

The city is hosting a free touch-a-truck event on Saturday, November 16 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike.