Molly Thompson in a black shirt

Molly Thompson

City Editor

Molly is based in Lexington, KY and has worked for a variety of entities including JMI Sports, the Harrodsburg Herald, and the Sports Business Daily. When she’s not writing + editing for LEXtoday, you can find her teaching or practicing yoga or exploring the city with her husband and dog Ziggy.

Learn about the changes coming to UK’s historic venue.
The community is invited to share their thoughts on the draft plans for the Urban Service Boundary expansion, which will allow for more growth on 2,800 acres in Fayette County.
You can buy yourself flowers, and support local at the same time.
If wedding bells are in your future, check out these quintessentially Lexington venues.
LexArts invites you to share your thoughts on Lexington’s influence on your mental health through a community-wide photography project, PhotoVoice.
Where’s the beef? It’s on the menu at 35+ different restaurants during Lexington Burger Week.
Whether you’re looking for your next favorite summer read or you have a stack of books that need a new home, we’re found ~50 Little Free Libraries in Lexington ready to be discovered.
Wrigley Media group has opened the state’s largest film + TV production studios right here in Lexington.
Move over red brick ranch. Lexington’s colorful streets are filled with beautiful homes, including the full rainbow of colors.
From where to eat + drink to its humble beginnings, we’re sharing all there is to know about the Ashland Park and Chevy Chase neighborhoods.
Several artists are participating in the international Game of Shrooms on Saturday, June 8.
Tired of the rain? Melting in the heat? Find refuge indoors with books, axes, skates, pottery, and more.
Cheers to summer. Now you can enjoy even more of your favorite local brews wherever the season takes you.
The pickleball craze continues — across the country and right here in Lexington.
Pack your reusable shopping bags, because we’ve rounded up seven farmers markets around Lexington.
LexArts is giving local students the opportunity to experience 30+ local events and venues for a summer filled with learning and fun.
See who these local vintage shops said they’d love to style + what pro tips they have to be best dressed and comfortable at this year’s Railbird Festival.
Learn about the unique partnership the gives students the opportunity to create delicious meals from garden to plate.
See who made the big list, then let us know your top picks in our very own LEXtoday Readers’ Choice Survey.
It’s a berry good time to get locally grown strawberries. Plus, before you know it you can get blueberries + raspberries.
We’ve planned a day of great eats, relaxation, and activities your mom will adore — almost as much as they adore you.
Hey teachers, treat yourself.
Located near Oliver Lewis Way, this new park was designed + built thanks to feedback and input from the local community and surrounding neighborhood.
We asked, you answered. Here are some of our readers’ favorite small businesses.