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The new linear park Town Branch Commons will wind through downtown, from just west of Rupp Arena to the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden on the east end. The project will link Lexington's two major trails, Town Branch Trail and the Legacy Trail. more

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LBX Co., the maker of Link-Belt excavators, material handlers and forestry equipment, has started construction on a $10 million-plus customer experience and training center in Lexington. more

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Red State BBQ's lineup of sauces and beer cheese are now available at several Lexington Liquor Barn locations. more

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Nick Champa, owner and operator of Champs Entertainment Complex in Lexington and Champs Rollerdrome in Louisville, received the 2018 International Victor J. Brown Operator of the Year Award at the Roller Skating Association’s annual convention. more

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The stationless bikeshare company Spin has launched a pilot program in downtown Lexington and on the University of Kentucky campus to provide residents access to the company’s solar-powered, GPS-enabled, self-locking bikes. more

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Lexington’s local garden centers, greenhouse nurseries and landscaping companies, many of which are multigenerational family businesses, are well-versed at adapting to changing conditions, whether they be market or nature-driven. more

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After overcoming multiple legal challenges, Wildcat Moving LLC, started by Raleigh Bruner, has become one of the dominant players in the local moving industry. more

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WUKY 91.3 FM—the University of Kentucky’s NPR-affiliate radio station— has moved its broadcast facilities into a plush, former recording studio on Spurr Road near the intersection of I-64 and I-75 north of town. more

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Vance and Christie Evans have opened Urban Squirrel, which offers storage units and more, on Lisle Industrial Avenue off Leestown Road. more

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Lexington architect Rebecca Burnworth and partners open a new restaurant and bourbon bar in Millville, Kentucky more

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The merger of Sullivan University, the Sullivan College of Technology and Design (SCTD) and Spencerian College has been approved by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, to be finalized on June 22. more

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Highest priced residential property transactions for each Lexington zip code, taking place between during the month of May, 2018. more

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Lexington Visitors Center, relocated to Courthouse Square, features state-of-the-art technology and Southern hospitality in helping guests and locals explore the city. more

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Local music venue Cosmic Charlie’s is relocating to new commercial hub in Lexington's North Limestone neighborhood. more

Amazon will host a Summer Open House Hiring Event from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at 172 Trade Street in Lexington more

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Bill Straus

Lexington native Amy Messer and business partner Joe McGinley say they will build on tradition as the new owners of beloved local restaurant. more

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As they prepare to put Lexington’s only remaining locally owned hardware store up for sale, Chevy Chase Hardware owners Bill and Carol Edwards reflect on more than four decades in a family-owned hardware store business. more

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Steptoe & Johnson PLLC has named former Lexington mayor Jim Newberry as the Managing Member of its Louisville office. more

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Alltech Staff

Alltech president Mark Lyons, son of late founder Pearse Lyons, is ready to lead the multinational company into the future more

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A look at several upcoming anniversary celebrations for local businesses, including Centered, J. Renders and Malone's more

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