The Lexington council will revisit whether the city should move from its current buildings to a new building at a meeting on Feb. 9. Vice Mayor Steve Kay said the meeting will help determine how to move forward.
The veterinarian for a Lexington cattle company pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal charge related to illegally moving cattle across state lines. Eugene Barber also pleaded guilty in November to conspiracy to defraud.
Mayor Linda Gorton and Baptist Health hosted a free screening of the movie “Beautiful Boy” Wednesday and pushed a multidisciplinary community effort to come up with policies, best practices to tackle opioid addiction.
A large winter storm that will bring rain, freezing rain and snow will reach the Lexington area Saturday morning and last until late morning Sunday, according to the National Weather Service and WKYT chief meteorologist Chris Bailey.
“Flushable” wipe clogs are occurring more frequently in Lexington’s larger pump stations that move waste through the city’s sewers, according to city workers. The obstructions have to be removed by hand in some cases.
Joey Bailey is accused of driving the wrong way on Interstate 75 on Jan. 6 in a crash that killed a Michigan family of 5 driving home from a Florida vacation. According to the Fayette County coroner, Bailey had a blood-alcohol level of .306.