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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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After four years of soaring success, Sora Aerial Arts studio preps for a big expansion for a big expansion more

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Ignite the beginning of your summer with a celebration of saucy and smokey BBQ. more

2018 Summer Fun Guide: Your Guide to more than 100 of the best summer events 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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Monthly storytelling event gives a bigger platform to everyday moments 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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The third LexArts Hop of the 2018 takes place this Friday, May 18, with dozens of local galleries and other venues opening their doors for art exhibits, refreshments and social events. The self-guided "hop" generally runs from 5-8 p.m., more

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

Spring has officially sprung and – just in time for Mother's Day - this weekend holds no shortage of great local garden-related events!  We've rounded up a few great events coming up this weekend and beyond for your radar... more

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

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A round-up of more than 30 great events happening in Lexington in May more

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"A Novel Lunch" series coming to Ashland: The Henry Clay Estate; Lexington in Bloom competition seeking entries; new small-format Target coming to campus area more

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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

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Of all the changes taking place in the Warehouse Block over the the next several months, perhaps the most high profile is that surrounding National Avenue music venue Cosmic Charlie’s, which announced plans in March to relocate from its National... more

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Local kitchen designers reflect on current trends and remodeling tips in advance of this month’s Kitchens of the Bluegrass Tour more

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During the construction process of her family’s home, this busy mother of three modified original design plans and sourced her own materials to achieve her vision for a dream home that would suit the needs more

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A sneak peek inside a handful of designer kitchens featured in the 2018 Kitchens of the Bluegrass more

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Music director and conductor Scott Terrell celebrates a decade of innovation with the Lexington Philarmonic more

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Lexington's community bike shop, Broke Spoke, accepts cash, charge and sweat equity as payment for gently used bikes more

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