Lexington residents outraged at sentencing in trade secrets case marred by bias
Lexington resident Haoyang Yu was sentenced to six months in federal prison for possessing a stolen microchip design. The issue of racial bias had been a persistent theme throughout the case.
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Lexington elementary students plant pollinator gardens
Second-grade students of Fiske Elementary School plonked their feet into the soil of the school’s newly constructed pollinator garden, digging holes into the ground with miniature shovels to make room…
Film Review: You Hurt My Feelings
You Hurt My Feelings is playing at the Lexington Venue June 2-4.
Food and culture go hand in hand at the AAPI Food Festival
The event, organized by high school students, celebrated Asian American and Pacific Islander cultures here in Lexington.
Breeding season has arrived
This is the enchanting season of procreation.
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