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Protesters say they're still hurt by racist comments made during a Urban County Council Zoom call Wednesday.
Lexington Police say 20-protesters were arrested Saturday night, including three sisters who have organized many of the demonstrations.
Saturday morning began with a 3 mile march and ended with a community discussion with Mayor Linda Gorton and other panelists.
Total number of deaths from COVID-19 now 17 in Fayette County
The prayer called for an end to the silence surrounding racism and police brutality.
Mayor Linda Gorton says she feels protestors pain.
City wants to use federal money for dual purposes
Lexington has completed a blueprint for economic recovery in the wake of the three-month coronavirus shutdown and sent it to the governor.
Mayor Linda Gorton says the budget she will present on April 28 will project a decrease of almost $40 million in revenue for the FY 20-21 budget year, beginning July 1.
The city has implemented a hiring freeze and curbed other spending in anticipation of revenue shortfalls and Mayor Linda Gorton is asking for help from the business community to supply PPEs.
Many city park areas closing, limits on other services, license plates delayed
Lexington's mayor extended the April 15 deadline for the filing of local Occupational License Net Profit returns and payments to July 15, 2020.
Person was 80 years old with other health issues.
Meetings cancelled, some services trimmed to try to slow coronavirus.
Shortly after Governor Andy Beshear announced the state's first confirmed coronavirus case in Lexington and declared a state of emergency, Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton did the same.
Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton announced Wednesday the city of Lexington is preparing for coronavirus, just in case.
The Bluegrass Community Foundation has awarded $100,000,000 in grants since starting up in 1967.
After being closed for part of this month, Lexington's Recycle Center is back open and now Mayor Linda Gorton is going to announce the community's next step program for paper recycling.
Lexington Mayor, Linda Gorton gave her state of the city/county address on Tuesday.
Gorton says the app will engage youth in Fayette County by rewarding them for learning and taking action against opioids and other drugs.