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The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

Cars drive down S Broadway on Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020, in Lexington, Kentucky. Photo by Michael Clubb | Staff

Parking costs set to increase across Lexington

Kendall Staton, Asst. News Editor December 26, 2022

Lexington & Fayette County Parking Authority (LFCPA) announced an hourly parking meter rate increase and extension of enforcement hours across the city to begin Jan. 3, 2023. LFCPA will increase...

Rendering of the small-format Target store that will be opened at 500 S. Upper St. in the summer of 2019, on the ground floor of Hub at Campus Lexington. Rendering provided by Target press relations. 

Small-format Target store opens its doors near campus

Emily Laytham July 17, 2019

After a year of construction, Kentucky’s first small-format Target has opened its doors - and it’s right here on UK’s campus.The mini Target - which is about half the size of the retailer’s regular...

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Bomb Voyage is textbook definition of local alternative band

Autumn Miller March 27, 2019

Bomb Voyage is a local alternative band based in Lexington. I got the chance to meet with band member Alex Spangler to discuss all things Bomb Voyage and the Lexington music scene.Alex sings and plays...

A rendering of the future parking and retail space that is to occupy the space that was once Kennedys Bookstore. | Photo provided by UKNOW

Kennedy’s Bookstore to become parking garage and retail space

Sydney Momeyer February 22, 2019

Kennedy's Bookstore, once located on the corner of South Limestone and Winslow Street, will now become an opportunity for UK to expand parking and add space for retail.UK announced its plans for the space...

First day of Spring Break with snow on March 12, 2018. Photo by Mark Cornelison | UK Photo

UK Transportation to offer cover storage for vehicles over winter break

December 3, 2018

UK Transportation announced in a press release Monday that it will offer free covered storage for cars and bicycles on a first-come, first-served basis over winter break. The free holiday passes are available...

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