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    John Hunt Morgan statue vandalized

    A statue of John Hunt Morgan, a prominent Lexingtonian and Confederate general and Calvary officer during the Civil War, was vandalized with the spray-painted words "BLACK LIVES MATTER" overnight Thursday, June 26, 2015 in Lexington.

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    Same-sex couples wed in Lexington

    A divided Supreme Court made history today ruling that the Constitution ensures the right of same-sex couples to marry. Following the ruling, several couples were married after obtaining their marriage licenses at the Fayette Co. Clerk's office. Photos by Charles Bertram | Staff

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    Vintage Corvette and house destroyed in Richmond fire

    John and Angie Wright's home on Karla Dr. in Richmond was destroyed in an overnight fire that followed a lightning strike during a round of storms that moved through the area around 4 a.m. Also destroyed was a 1966 Corvette and more than 100 trophies won in car shows. There were no injuries. Photos...

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    Hidden cemetery on Nicholasville Road

    Many people drive by the grove of trees near the intersection of Nicholasville Rd. and Southland Dr. without realizing they are passing a pioneer era cemetery. The McGowan-Hull Burying Ground dates back to the early to mid 1800's and is maintained by Baptist Health Lexington which has a medical building...

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    Highway workers' 'Roadeo'

    Kentucky Department of Highways District 7 held its annual "Roadeo" on Wednesday at the Kentucky Horse Park. Road workers competed in various events, including a truck and plow road course, a truck and trailer alley dock, a backhoe competition and a big-loader competition. Photos by Charles Bertram...

  • HOMESELLER GALLERIES

    Distinctive Lexington B&B boasts new name, extensive renovation

    On June 21, Homeseller featured a popular bed and breakfast in western Fayette County that, under its new ownership, has undergone an extensive renovation inside and out. Originally built in the mid-1970s, the structure was known as Swann’s Nest Bed and Breakfast from the late ’90s until last year.

  • LIVING PHOTO GALLERIES

    Snapped: Sips ‘N Saddles

    It was an opportunity to party with the horses to benefit ex-Thoroughbred racehorses as the Maker's Mark Secretariat Center held its summer cookout at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky., on Friday evening, June 19, 2015.

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    Images from the Charleston church shooting

    Nine died when a white man opened fire during a prayer meeting inside a historic black church in downtown Charleston.

  • LIVING PHOTO GALLERIES

    Camping out at Festival of the Bluegrass

    Thousands turned out for the first full day of music at the 42nd annual Festival of the Bluegrass, which continues through Sunday morning at the Kentucky Horse Park. Photos by Sara Hughes.

  • LIVING PHOTO GALLERIES

    South Broadway bridge pigeons

    The railroad bridge over South Broadway in Lexington has become home to a large number of pigeons. Pedestrians have to walk through sidewalks covered in layers of dropping. Photos by Pablo Alcala

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