• Health and Safety
    April 3-9 is National Window Safety Week

    National Window Safety Week is designed to heighten the awareness of what can be done to help keep families safe from the risk of accidental falls or injuries in the home. Falls from a window are extremely dangerous, especially for children, and can cause serious injuries or death. While National Window Safety...

  • News Release
    Lane reductions on I-75 in Rockcastle county begin April 10

    The following comes from our partners at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Beginning April 10, Interstate 75 in Rockcastle County between mile points 50.7 (Laurel/Rockcastle county line) and 52 will be reduced to two lanes in both directions. The lane reductions are necessary for pavement improvements.

  • New Circle Road Construction
    Lane Closures Planned for Versailles & New Circle Roads

    On Monday, April 4, from 7:30am to 5pm, the inbound left/fast lane of Versailles Road will be closed at New Circle Road for continued construction on the flyover ramp. On Monday, April 4, from 7pm to 7am, the left/fast lane of the inner loop of New Circle Road will be closed for...

  • New Circle Road Construction
    Versailles Road/New Circle Road Interchange Work Update

    Work continues on Monday, March 28, on the interchange of New Circle Road and Versailles Road in Lexington. Starting at 7am on Monday and continuing through 6pm on Tuesday, the inbound and outbound left lanes of Versailles Road will be CLOSED at the New Circle Road interchange. Work will continue on the...

  • First Aid
    It’s National Poison Prevention Week

      Because more than 90 percent of poisonings happen in the home, the American Association of Poison Control Centers is reminding Americans to make sure their homes are safe from poisons, according to Amy Hanoian-Fontana, community education specialist with the Connecticut Poison Center. “Most poisonings that happen in the home are wholly...

  • Fire
    Outdoor Burning Ban in Effect for Fayette County

    The Lexington Fire Department, by order of the Lexington Fire Marshal, has issued an open burning ban for Fayette County until 8 a.m. on Wednesday, March 23. This ban is being issued in response to dry, windy conditions in our region. Citizens should avoid setting any fire outdoors until after the ban...

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