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Volunteers clean up neighborhood on Douglas Avenue off Georgetown Street

Volunteers worked Thursday to clean up neighborhoods not far from the scene of a shooting last month.

Police officers, corrections officers and volunteers took part in the We Care — Love Your Neighborhood campaign organized by Habitat for Humanity. 23 more words


Two 77.5-foot-tall wastewater tanks planned for Lexington's Town Branch sewer plant

The Urban County Government plans to build two 77½ -foot-tall wastewater tanks along Town Branch in northwest Lexington as part of an effort to stop sewage overflows during storms. 122 more words


Who Wore it Better: The Stooges Edition

I realize I’ve been getting later and later in terms of writing my posts and I want to first and foremost let everyone know that it will probably only get worse. 1,051 more words


Settin' up Shop. Again.

This past week marked our one year anniversary of living in Kentucky–our Kentuckiversary, if you will. It has taken some time, but I’m finally feeling settled and happy here.  355 more words


Rainy Saturday Miniature Golf

This weekend some of the Lexington au pairs got together for our monthly cultural activity. We had hoped to meet at a park and enjoy the summer weather, but threatening rain and high humidity forced a change of plans. 173 more words

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A Peaceful Place For a Hectic Life...

Lexington KY… Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill

One of my favorite places to visit. Shaker lives and their furniture style has influenced much in my life.  25 more words


Dr. Paul goes Mr. Hyde and someone played Wagon Wheel again.

Last Thursday night the entertainment for the evening was Jovontaes, Dr. Paul, and a bit of DJing by Ma Turner. The DJing as well as the Jovontaes set were adequate. 695 more words