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Fayette County Master Commissioner to hold Kentucky’s first-ever online sale in face of pandemic

In the first sale of its kind in Kentucky, the master commissioner for Fayette Circuit Court will hold property auctions online as a pilot program. The move to online judicial sales comes amid safety concerns over in-person gatherings of large groups of bidders, a regular element of traditional auctions. James H. Frazier III Online auctions will take place Monday, Aug. 3, and Monday, Aug. 10. To learn...

After two months of freebies, Lexington Parking Authority reinstates fees for street meters May 18

The Lexington Parking Authority announced Tuesday that after more than two months of free parking at the LEXPARK on-street meters, fees will begin again on Monday, May 18. Beginning on May 18 and running through Friday, May 29 (the last two weeks of May) all meter revenues collected will be donated to both God’s Pantry and the Bluegrass Community Foundation’s COVID-19 response fund. This includes...