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A new summer music venue has recently joined the festivities at The Mall atLexington Green. Lakeside Live, which launched in mid-June and will run until Oct. 15, features local... more

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Baptist Health opened the doors to two new clinics on Harrodsburg Road this month, along with a retail pharmacy in the newly built North Tower of its facility on Nicholasville Road.The new clinics, Baptist Health Urgent Care and... more

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Fasig-Tipton concluded two days of Thoroughbred auctions July 12 with mixed economic indicators that could reveal increased polarization in one part of the bloodstock market. The sales company held its fourth Selected Horses... more

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West Sixth Brewing, Lexington’s north side powerhouse craft brewery, is adding to their list of canned offerings with Half-Bite IPA, a lower alcohol “session” version of the brewery’s flagship IPA. At 3.5 percent alcohol... more

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The Lexington Herald-Leader has announced it will quit its news printing operations -- eliminating 25 full-time and 4 part-time jobs -- and put its downtown building up for sale. “As our digital audience continues to grow rapidly,... more

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Commerce Lexington Inc. has been chosen as a finalist for the top annual award by an industry group that ranks local chambers of commerce. The Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (ACCE) has listed Commerce Lexington... more

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Illustration by Catherine NicholsSelect Kentucky farmers will be growing more hemp in 2016 than at any time since the federal government effectively banned the crop in the 1930s,... more

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The Downtown Lexington Corporation is seeking input from the public about ideas for a temporary public art installation: a sculpture to be carved from more than 20 tons of sand that will grace Triangle Park for about three weeks.... more

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Newly elected Gov. Matt Bevin is set to unveil his two-year budget proposal Tuesday evening, and some in the arts community aren’t waiting to hear specifics before rallying the troops.Bevin will unveil his proposal in Frankfort... more

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Lucky’s Market, which bills itself as a natural and organic grocery store, will officially open the doors of its first Lexington location Jan. 27.The store is located at 1030 S. Broadway in the South Broadway Marketplace off... more

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UPDATE: Citing lost training time due to inclement weather, Joella's Hot Chicken has postponed opening and giveaway at its new Chevy Chase site until Jan. 28. Correct story follows.===Joella’s Hot Chicken, the Louisville-based... more

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Keeneland concluded its January Horses of All Ages Sale on Friday with relatively steady numbers that reflected the same quality-focused buying that has been the trend in recent years.The January sale is not considered a signpost... more

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Blue Grass Airport and Allegiant airline announced Tuesday that the low-cost carrier will begin offering direct service to Washington, D.C. and Savannah, Georgia, beginning this summer.“We are tremendously excited and grateful... more

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The Fayette Alliance has announced that founding Executive Director Knox van Nagell is joining UK Healthcare next month.The move caps a decade of work for van Nagell in building the Fayette Alliance, which promotes sustainable... more

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Lexington’s hot but roiling barbecue scene will welcome a new spot this spring, but one sporting a locally well-known name: J. Render’s BBQ Southern Table & Bar.Gwyn and Ren Everly, who have operated their popular J. Render’s... more

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An attorney for the City of Lexington and consultants hired to study potential sites for a new city hall met late last week in New York City with the development team that has taken over... more

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Lexington has been chosen to be part of an intensive revitalization effort, joining six other U.S. cities that will receive a year or more of expert assistance aimed at boosting the economic viability of entire neighborhoods.The... more

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The unemployment rate in Kentucky fell to 4.3 percent in October, with Fayette County’s falling to 3.1 percent, the Kentucky Office of Employment and Training reported.The agency, part of the state Education and Workforce Development... more

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Windstream executives Bryan Brooks, left, and Barry Bishop on Wednesday announce the launch of Kinetic pay-TV service in Lexington.Lexington residents have a new option and Time... more

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Billy’s Bar-B-Q, a Lexington institution for more than 37 years, has abruptly closed its doors, selling it’s high-profile Chevy Chase location to Louisville-based Joella’s Hot Chicken.The deal closed Monday morning, according... more

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