Have old tires you want to get rid of? Those who generate less than five percent of their revenue from tire sales can drop off tires for free Nov. 1 – 3 at the city’s old landfill pad at 1631 Old Frankfort Pike.
Lexington’s vacuum leaf collection program will begin on Monday, Nov. 5. The vacuum pickup is offered once a year for single-family homes that receive city waste collection service.
Residents can dispose of expired or unwanted medication for free, no questions asked.
A brand new baseball field made the Miracle League’s fall season a success. The resurfaced field, finished in September, was made possible with money raised by the league and a contribution from Lexington Parks & Recreation.
Officers have identified the individuals involved and the investigation is ongoing.
Investigators with the Lexington Police Department have charged Travis A. Himes, 31, with Assault 4th Degree Domestic Violence (felony), and three counts of Terroristic Threatening 3rd Degree.
Today, Lexington Parks & Recreation named the new addition, Buckhorn Park, with Mayor Jim Gray and Councilmember Preston Worley cutting a ribbon to celebrate.