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

Business

The Education Builds Hope Luncheon was held May 10 at The Carrick House to benefit The One Parent Scholar House. more

The $2 million dollar investment improves network speeds, providing approximately 80,000 area homes with internet speeds capable of 50Mbps and higher. more

Business

Pennyrile takes bronze in the the American-Style Pale Ale category during the hotly contested international event. more

About 180 representatives of business, education, government and civic engagement in Lexington will visit Boise, Idaho, from May 8-10 for the 2018 Commerce Lexington Leadership Visit. more

Business

Highest priced residential property transactions for each Lexington zip code, taking place between March 30-April 30, 2018. more

Community

Lucky’s Market will close its Lexington location at 1030 South Broadway on May 26, the company announced. more

Business

The Lexington business district branded as Warehouse Block is home to about 60 businesses. We've got a rundown on some changes over the next several months with nearly a dozen businesses moving into and out of the district more

Community

Group will work with Town Branch Fund Board of Advisors and local community to bolster inclusivity in the park's design and operations. more

Business

A year after being sold, Alfalfa restaurant, a 45-year-old Lexington mainstay of wholesome dining, is once again looking for a new buyer. more

Business

The Webb Companies has changed the name of its downtown mixed-use project currently under construction from CentrePointe to City Center. more

Business

For 50 years, Bob Willcutt, owner of Willcutt Guitars, has been tuning into trends and adapting, always moving forward while holding down the beat as an internationally respected dealer, repairman and master luthier. more

Business

Travis Robinson has transformed his chicken feed side business into the new venture Floyd's Farm & Home, outfitting urban chicken keepers from the enclosed trailer that serves as his new mobile store. more

Business

Adiclere Evans is the third generation to work in the family-owned business Bloodline Products, which supplies racing silks, jockey uniforms and other supplies for the Thoroughbred-racing industry. more

Business

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

Business

As it celebrates ten years of the airwaves on NewsRadio 630 WLAP, The Tom Dupree Show tackles controversial conversations with a healthy mix of amiable stubbornness and financial expertise. more

Business

Sean Lawson’s Lexington-based business venture, The Public Safety Store, specializes in offering safety equipment, accessories and clothing for his fellow emergency services personnel. more

Business

Les Trachtman, author of "Don't F*** It Up," shares the cautionary tales that result when businesses fail to navigate the inevitable transitions and misdirections in business. more

Business

Slated to open summer 2019, the essentials-oriented location will be Target's first small-format store in Kentucky. more

Business

Cherry Ale-8 will debut this weekend, beginning April 13, in five convenience store locations around Winchester and the Red River Gorge area. more

Business

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