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Downtown Lexington’s Sts. Peter & Paul School PE teacher to retire after 28 years

The PE teacher at Sts. Peter & Paul School, Mrs. Schenck, announced her retirement after 28 years. She was gifted her with a red maple tree to commemorate her years at SPPS. SPPS is a regional catholic school, located on West Short Street in downtown Lexington, KY.

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,...

Downtown Library reopening limited in-person services

The Lexington Public Library announced they are reopening the first floor of Central Library on Monday, March 29, 2021. Central Library, located in downtown Lexington, will begin to offer limited in-person services. Library staff are readying accommodations to allow customers access to computers, fax/scan services, popular titles, and holds pickup, all on the first floor.  Appointments are available for customers...

Lexington Public Library and Seedleaf partner for free seed packets

The Lexington Public Library and Seedleaf have partnered to offer free seed packets available to the public at the Central, Northside, Tates Creek, and Village Branch locations on a first-come, first-served basis. There are twelve varieties of seeds available and they may be picked up via curbside service at the participating library locations. “Gardening has become one of the most...