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Kathie Stamps

High school students at Elkhorn Crossing School in Georgetown are taking concentrated courses in health science or one of two divisions of media arts to ready themselves for real-world careers. Read more

Business

Time flies when you’re self-employed, as the weeks turn into years. Is everything the same? Are things different? This month we check in with a quartet of entrepreneurs previously profiled in Business Lexington to see what they’re... Read more

Business

Tyler Dorsey was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 11. In May 2018, she started a business, called Focus Forward LLC, to offer life coaching for kids and adults with ADHD. Read more

Business

In addition to its trademark head protection, Cynthiana-based Bullard manufactures thermal imagers, firefighter and rescue safety equipment, supplied-air respirators, powered air-purifying respirators and air quality equipment around the globe. Read more

Business

Jeffrey Brittingham, owner and principal scientist of Lexington-based Bluegrass Radon Systems, installs and fixes new construction radon systems for high-end builders and remodelers in town. Read more

Business

Housed on three floors of the six-floor building at 110 West Vine St., Base110 is a combination of co-working desks and shared spaces with private team rooms and suites for one to 10 people, with no long-term commitment required. Read more

Business

Father Jim Sichko has parlayed many of the skills he uses as a published author and priest—relationship building and public speaking among them—into running his new business, Miss Marie’s Spaghetti Sauce. Read more

Business

Lexington Community Radio looks to fill a niche for hyper-local programming in the Lexington community through its two stations, WLXL-FM 95.7 and WLXU-FM 93.9. Read more

Business

While full employment supports economic development, it can be difficult for employers to find qualified candidates to fill open positions and retain workers. Lexington experts weigh in on the challenge and workforce development strategies. Read more

Business

PieTana owner Sean Nealey overcomes early trademark dispute to open restaurant that’s all about the local. Read more

Business

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

Business

Joel Katte is the creator and owner of Ignite Love in Schools, a workshop he offers as professional development for school districts and their teachers. Read 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 Read more

Community

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. Read more

Business

As Farm of the Day founder Sam Evans discovered, the road from idea to implementation to profitability is often a twisting, rocky path for entrepreneurs. Read more

Business

FoodChain’s new teaching and processing kitchen fulfills a vital link in the nonprofit’s mission. Read more

Business

Blue Grass Trust’s annual Antiques & Garden Show invites attendees to summon springtime a few weeks early Read more

Community

Laura Freeman, founder of Laura’s Lean Beef, operates an array of agriculturally related endeavors from her Clark County farm. Read more

Business

Several of Lexington's more seasoned restaurant owners weigh in on what it takes to sustain success as an independent establishment. Read more

Business

In 2010, former bartender Brooks Reitz created a concentrated tonic made from cane sugar syrup and a variety of botanicals. Within two years, the Jack Rudy Cocktail Co. was born. Read more

Business

Lexington company re-creates the iconic, centuries-old designs of famous Lexington metalsmith Asa Blanchard Read more

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