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Lexington City Councilman James Brown Announces Plans To Run For Council At-Large in 2022

September 29, 2021, Lexington, Ky. – First District Councilperson James Brown has declared his candidacy for council at-large citing a deep civic commitment and years of experience serving a cross-section of issues and people in the city. Brown was appointed to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council by Mayor Jim Gray in April 2015 and has since been re-elected to the post four times....

Lexington Receives Grant to build Splash!

Sprayground at Jacobson Park July 21, 2021. Photo by Amy Wallot

The city of Lexington received a grant to help build Splash!, a permanent water feature, at Charles Young Park off Midland Ave. American Water Charitable Foundation (AWCF) awarded Lexington a Building Better Communities grant for $250,000. Lexington is one of two communities awarded this grant in 2021. The $250,000 grant will be added to a $900,000 grant already awarded to the...

Starbucks City Center celebrates official grand re-opening in downtown Lexington

Starbucks City Center hosted a grand re-opening and ribbon cutting celebration on Friday, June 11. The location officially opened on Main Street in downtown Lexington in April 2019. https://vimeo.com/561929054/8349c03078 ____ Call today to advertise in Downtown Guide, 859.361.4169

Thursday Night Live returns to downtown Lexington in July

Thursday Night Live is back this summer! Central Bank Thursday Night Live returns to downtown Lexington on July 1 at the Fifth Third Bank Pavilion in Tandy Park. Thursday Night Live is an evening of beverages, tasty food, and of course, great music by live bands that happens every Thursday evening through mid-October.   ____ Call today to advertise in Downtown Guide, 859.361.4169