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Susan Baniak

The first phase in Lexington’s bid to become the nation’s largest gigabit city is nearing completion, as MetroNet is on target to wrap up construction of the first quadrant of its citywide fiber-optic network. more

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The Lexington primary care practice of Dr. John Borders and Dr. Gregory Hood has signed onto the national network of MDVIP, joining the small but growing conversion to concierge medicine. more

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Magnus Lindqvist

New Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky president Susan Elkington looks to prepare the Georgetown plant and its workforce for the future of auto manufacturing — whatever that future may hold. more

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New Nicholasville Road shopping center The Venue brings several new and relocating businesses to the Lexington market. more

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Local commercial real estate market rolls into 2018 with a full head of steam. more

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Photo by Theresa Stanley

The family entertainment center Malibu Jack’s will relocate its Lexington facility to the former Kmart location at 2520 Nicholasville Road in 2018. more

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The Gratz Park Inn has been sold to Lexington-based property management company RainMaker Hospitality, which will renovate and rebrand the facility as part of The Tapestry Collection by Hilton. more

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With new legislation enacted last year and growing support from private and public agencies, Kentucky is poised for a potential surge in new P3 initiatives at both the state and local levels. more

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Photo by Theresa Stanley

Stockyards officials opened a new, state-of-the-art facility on Iron Works Pike in late September, designed not only to serve their cattle-sale clientele, but also to welcome and educate the larger community on the state’s vital beef industry. more

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Photo by Sarah Jane Sanders

By owning its brand story and supporting its franchisees, Lexington-based A&W Restaurants enjoys renewed vitality in the crowded quick-service category. more

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Caribbean cuisine has found a new home in Lexington’s NoLi district, as Fida’s Caribbean Cafe prepares to launch inside Al’s Bar, starting on October 3. more

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Hargrove Traughber, a law firm specializing in trust and estate law, has offices in Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky, and Brentwood, Tennessee. more

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WesBanco enhances its local presence with a new office, new personnel — and a new interactive teller machine that allows customers to video chat with a live representative. more

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Newly introduced model sets course for locally relevant, career-driven education. more

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Local Realtors and other real estate experts say Lexington's residential real estate market is as hot as it's ever been. more

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With its spin-off from Ashland Inc. complete, Lexington-based Valvoline races ahead as an independent company in new headquarters designed for teamwork more

Business

Lexington’s only retail tea shop, Montea, will be closing its brick-and-mortar operation on Euclid Avenue on June 23, and turning its tea shop into an online retail operation. more

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As fabrication moves into a new digital frontier, Identify3D develops solutions to protect data and designs. more

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The boards of the Downtown Lexington Corporation (DLC) and the Lexington Downtown Development Authority (LDDA) have agreed to merge the two organizations into a new Downtown Lexington Partnership. more

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Government officials and local community and business leaders joined hundreds of Valvoline employees Thursday at the dedication of the company’s new $35 million, 162,400-square-foot world headquarters building on Valvoline Way in Lexington. more

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