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The Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council will hear public comments on the proposal to relocate Lexington's government center to a renovated Herald-Leader building at the corner of Main St. and Midland Ave. during an open session beginning at 5 p.m. more

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To meet federal identification standards for boarding United States flights, Kentuckians can opt for a slightly pricier Voluntary Travel ID credential for state driver's licenses and IDs in 2019, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) announced. more

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The Downtown Lexington Partnership and the Downtown Lexington Management District are jointly funding a matching grant program designed to assist property owners and small business operators with improvements to their downtown properties. more

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The 2019 Lexus ES 350, which makes use of the recently implemented Global Architecture platform, is the first new Lexus model change manufactured at the Georgetown plant. more

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International hotel operator AccorHotels has signed an agreement to acquire a majority ownership of 21c Museum Hotels. more

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Xooker, a loyalty and rewards app, has partnered with Maxim Group LCC to raise capital through the investment bank's proprietary online platform. more

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The 16th annual Lexington Bluegrass Area Minority Business Expo will be held Friday, August 3, at the Lexington Convention Center. more

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For the first half of 2018, Rupp Arena is ranked 38th in the United States and 77th in the world, in terms of the number of concert tickets sold, according to Pollstar's Mid-Year Ticket Sales Report. more

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The “W8 – Spirit of Collaboration Summit," held July 25 and 26 in Louisville and hosted by the Kentucky Distillers' Association, is the first-ever gathering of the world’s whiskey associations. more

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West Sixth Brewing debuts working farm to showcase its agricultural roots, host events and have some fun. West Sixth Farm, located a few miles outside Frankfort, opened in June. more

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Marketing one of Central Kentucky’s premier horse farms, the 2,246-acre Adena Springs, requires reaching a different breed of buyer. more

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While full employment supports economic development, it can be difficult for employers to find qualified candidates to fill open positions and retain workers. Lexington experts weigh in on the challenge and workforce development strategies. more

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PieTana owner Sean Nealey overcomes early trademark dispute to open restaurant that’s all about the local. more

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Even if you don’t know the company's name, you’ve likely seen the work of Ruggles Sign, which produces signage for national and regional clients ranging from Victoria's Secret to the Lyric Theater. more

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Lexington-based college planning services help students use new college search technology and compare financial aid opportunities and other factors in the college selection process. more

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It’s time for a good book and a tall iced tea. The dog days of summer are here. Check out these canine-themed business book picks from Business Book Review columnist Paul Sanders. more

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Employment news and awards from across the Central Kentucky community for August 2018. more

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Journalist Steve Coomes, who covered the pizza industry for the better part of a decade, shares his thoughts on the downfall of the outspoken Papa John's founder who finally said too much. more

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The yearling sales season has begun in Kentucky with a strong start. The July Sale is a typically a prime time to market yearlings before the much larger fall auctions. more

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Lexington Picnic with the Pops announced that it will donate $1.2 million toward the construction of a new downtown amphitheater, to be built as part of the the planned Town Branch Park in downtown Lexington. more

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