Tuesday, October 26, 2021

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A Midsummer Night’s Run is Returning to Downtown Lexington for 2021

The Bluegrass Sports Commission announced that A Midsummer Night's Run, presented by CHI Saint Joseph Health is a live, in-person race for 2021. The race will be in downtown Lexington and is scheduled for Saturday, August 14th, at 7:30pm.  There is also a virtual participant option for those who can't (or choose not to) participate in person. The RACE IS...

Bluegrass 10,000 returns to downtown Lexington in 2021

Lexington's Annual July Bluegrass 10,000 and Fun Run are returning for 2021 with a limited in-person event, plus a virtual option on Saturday, July 3, 2021. “This is our 45th annual race. It’s one of Lexington’s favorite summer traditions,” Mayor Linda Gorton said. “This year might look a little different from most years, but we’re still running or walking forward,...

Mayor Gorton announces restrictions for Lexington parks to help social distancing

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Mayor Linda Gorton announced effective March 27 that all athletic fields and courts in Lexington parks are closed, but walking/biking/running trails will remain open. These restrictions are to help the community with social distancing. Mayor Gorton also announced that Lexington's natural areas like Raven Run and McConnell springs are to close along with golf courses. These measures are being put...

Fayette County to stop Bus Bites amid Coronavirus

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Fayette County Public Schools has released a statement for COVID-19 updating on Bus Bites:   Dear Fayette County Public Schools Families: We apologize for the short notice, but effective tomorrow, we can longer offer meal delivery to bus stops throughout our community. Unfortunately, we learned this evening that a member of our transportation department who was involved in our school bus delivery of...