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M. David Nichols

The North Limestone Community Development Corp. will receive $125,000 from the Knight Cities Foundation to build a community garden and play area in 30-acre Castlewood Park. Read more

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Lexmark International, Lexington’s iconic maker of printers and a key economic engine here for decades, announced Wednesday morning that its new CEO, David Reeder, has resigned. Read more

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Lynagh’s Irish Pub has a new owner who has designs on restoring the storied restaurant and bar -- long a campus and city favorite – to its former glory. Read more

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A Lexington project again has made the list of Knight Cities Challenge winners, officials announced this morning. Read more

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A year after the iconic Lexington-based printer company announced it was being bought by Chinese interests, new CEO David Reeder looks to the future — and reflects on guiding a foreign-owned company in the Trump era. Read more

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Lexmark International Inc. -- the Lexington-based maker of printers now owned by a Chinese consortium – does not have patent rights to its printer cartridges after they are sold. Read more

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Shake Shack – the rapidly growing premium fast-casual franchise that began out of an NYC hot dog cart – officially opens in Lexington today. Read more

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Lexmark International Inc., the Lexington-based maker of printers recently bought by a Chinese consortium, has sold its “enterprise software” business to private equity firm Thoma Bravo, the firm announced Wednesday. Read more

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New renderings show ambitious park plan that aims to boost green space, pedestrian traffic and commercial activity. Read more

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Serge Bertasius

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray’s proposed $358 million budget reserves most of its focus, and its funding, to bolster police and safety. But Gray’s latest budget also reserves money for jobs and workforce development. Read more

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Gray concedes

M. David Nichols

Mayor Jim Gray is presenting a $358 million budget blueprint for Lexington that calls for belt-tightening in many areas while hiking spending for public safety, including “the largest one-year increase for Lexington police” in the modern era. Read more

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Drew Purcell

As Kentucky’s expanding industrial hemp research program enters its fourth planting season, laws are changing and challenges remain. Read more

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Boyd Orchards, the popular Versailles fruit orchard, farm stand and family entertainment center, has been sold to an Illinois-based operation. Read more

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An early morning blaze gutted Red State Taps, the Georgetown satellite location of the popular Lexington roadside barbecue joint Red State BBQ. Read more

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Six Lexington-based proposals have made the cut as finalists for the third annual Knight Cities Challenge, a competition that provides $5 million in funding to be shared among winning ideas for improving Knight Foundation communities. Read more

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Six Lexington-based proposals have made the cut as finalists for the third annual Knight Cities Challenge, a competition that provides $5 million in funding to be shared among winning ideas for improving Knight Foundation communities. Read more

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Lexmark International Inc., the Lexington-based maker of printers and management software, announced Tuesday it had completed its sale to China-based Apex Technology and that its CEO of six years, Paul Rooke, is being replaced. Read more

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Mayor Gray concedes

M. David Nichols

Jim Gray, the popular 62-year-old Democratic mayor of Lexington, conceded defeat Tuesday night in his underdog bid to unseat first-term Republican Sen. Rand Paul. Read more

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Theresa Stanely

Just in time for UK football’s game Saturday against Missouri, Pivot Brewing Co. – Lexington’s newest entrant into craft alcoholic beverage production – will host a grand opening of its taproom at 1400 Delaware Ave. Read more

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Lexington’s recently passed law hiking the minimum wage is dead, Mayor Jim Gray’s spokeswoman said Thursday morning. Read more

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