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We’ve outline the highest-priced residential transactions for each Lexington zip code, taking place during the month of December. Read more

Community

Owners of Fida's Caribbean Cafe open adjacent Beach House Coffee & Tapas in the NoLi neighborhood. Read more

Business

HL Financial Services, the parent company of Hilliard Lyons and Hilliard Lyons Trust Company, has signed a definitive agreement to allow the two firms to join the wealth management firm Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated. Read more

Business

Blue Grass Community Foundation and Smiley Pete Publishing are teaming up once again this year to raise funds for more than 100 Central and Appalachia Kentucky charities during the eighth annual GoodGiving Guide Challenge. Read more

Community

Alumni of the University of Kentucky's MBA program will share their experiences as former graduate students and current business professionals at UK's Gatton College of Business and Economics at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 24. Read more

Business

Tips for penning a sincere, effectively written "thank you" note. Read more

Business

City officials joined representatives from MetroNet on Tuesday to officially open the company’s new retail location on West Tiverton Way, and to ceremonially flip-the-switch on a 100-percent fiber-optic network. Read more

Business

Employment news and awards in the Central Kentucky business community. Read more

Business

Lexington's long-awaited new Convention Center project is officially underway. Here's what to expect in the coming months. Read more

Business

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

Business

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

Business

Several closings and a few new shops and boutiques headed for popular retail district. Read more

Business

Passport Health Plan has signed on with Bluegrass Harvest, a community-supported agriculture (CSA) program administered by Community Ventures, to sponsor weekly deliveries of locally grown produce for low-income residents of Lexington’s East End. Read more

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Reggie Beehner

MosquitoMate launches in Lexington with novel, chemical-free solution to a biting problem: flood your yard with thousands of male mosquitoes laden with sterilizing bacteria. Read more

Business

Kentucky Cattlemen’s Ground Beef, a new line of locally sourced, harvested, packaged and produced ground beef, launches at regional Kroger stores Read more

Business

Technological innovations coupled with personalized service help planners provide a more detailed financial picture for their clients. Read more

Business

Business Book Review columnist Paul Sanders takes a look at the universal principles of business in Bob Bethel's new book, "Strengthen Your Business." Read more

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Courtesy Baptist Health

Baptist Health Lexington has received the American Heart Association's Cardiovascular Center of Excellence accreditation, becoming the second hospital in the country and the first hospital in Kentucky to earn the designation. Read more

Business

In partnership with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Business Lexington’s Weekly Wire launches a new series called, “Biz Brain Teasers.”Each weekly installment of this new series features... Read more

Business

Lexington, KY - With a joint statement from UK's president, athletics director and men's basketball coach, the rug was seemingly pulled out from under a task force's work of investigating the prospects for a new downtown... Read more

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