Al Dilley of Glasgow owns Goat Browsers, an “environmentally friendly land enhancement service." Dilly and his 17 goats are under contract with the city to goatscape (clean up) an overgrown, two-acre area of the park.
The $11.2 million East Brannon Road Extension project in northern Jessamine County has passed the midpoint in construction. Brannon Road is being extended 2.2 miles east from Lauderdale Drive to Tates Creek Road.
Lexington mayoral candidate Linda Gorton was the top vote-getter in Tuesday’s primary. Gorton told supporters who celebrated with her at the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation that she was surprised by the outcome.
The daughter of Virginia Mayes, crosswalk guard for schools surrounding the Clays Mill and Holly Hill intersection, has been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. See how the community has been rallying around her with gifts and Go-Fund-Me donations.
Janet Kytta Hancock recounts the Carrollton bus crash in 1988 in which her husband, Chuck Kytta, was killed, and the death of her son, Charlie, 22 years later. He was also killed by an impaired driver.