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Anticipating a record number of passengers on Sunday and Monday following this weekend’s much anticipated Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Keeneland, Blue Grass Airport is urging departing passengers to arrive two hours before... Read more

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Bluegrass Catering announced Friday it is moving to a larger space in the growing Distillery District.Judy and Jill Bakehorn said in a statement the company will move into 11,000-square-feet of space it purchased at the rear of... Read more

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Grocery giant Kroger Co. announced Friday that it will close its Romany Road store next month.Company spokesman Tim McGurk said the store’s last day will Sept. 12. He said the decision was not made lightly and that all of the... Read more

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Necklaces made of gold-plated chicken bones took top honors as AAF Lexington, the local affiliate of the American Advertising Federation, honored the best in local advertising with its Addy Awards.Kentucky for Kentucky’s innovative... Read more

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New Hires & PromotionsLeadership Kentucky Foundation has announced the hire of Janice Sword Way as president, and Glenn O. Blind as director of programs.Campbellsville... Read more

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Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate is looking to expand its volunteer tour docents and store attendants. The non-profit, a National Historic Landmark that operates as an educational center,... Read more

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Lee ToddLee T. Todd, Jr. former president of the University of Kentucky has joined Louisville software company FacilityOne according to Louisville's Business First. Todd [...] Read more

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Mamadou 'Sav' SavanèLexington, KY – An estimated 1,000 to 1,500 people paid $5 each Monday night to attend a fundraiser for Mamadou ‘Sav’ Savanè who sustained [...] Read more

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A screenshot of FHTM's website that was taken offline shortly after a court-ordered receiver took control of the company.Frankfort, KY – The operators of Lexington-based [...] Read more

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Blue Grass Airport: An American Aviation Story,Lexington, KY - The first copies of a 240-page historical account of aviation in central Kentucky, titled will hit bookstores [...] Read more

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Lexington residents seeking an opportunity to help improve the city’s environment are invited to apply for a 2014 Neighborhood Sustainability Grant. Lexington’s Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works is providing the... Read more

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University of Kentucky Basketball fans are asked to take part in a public meeting and public survey on plans for the fan experience inside Rupp Arena.“We’re having a public meeting to talk a little about plans for Rupp, but... Read more

Community

Lexington literary organization Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning invites young women in grades 9-12 to apply to the Young Women Writers Project, a series of intensive workshops focused on self-expression taught by experienced... Read more

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Lexington, KY – Starting the first of the year, the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau will be known as VisitLEX, which has be the organization’s website address [...] Read more

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Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate will host the third annual Ashland Lighting on the Lawn at 5 p.m. Dec. 1. Along with the lighting of the 100 foot Norway spruce tree at dusk, activities will include live holiday music and a carol sing-along,... Read more

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The Beaumont Centre Family YMCA is undergoing renovations to its fitness center and Kids Corner areas; work is expected to end by Dec. 5.The Beaumont facility will remain operational during the time work is being done, though... Read more

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After less than one week, the third annual GoodGiving Guide Challenge has raised over 25 percent of its $1 million goal.The campaign... Read more

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Parents will have one more day to work on their children's Halloween costumes, and teachers will not have to handle sugar-crazed children tomorrow morning.City officials have postponed... Read more

Community

Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, will soon be much more energy efficient when the drilling for their geothermal wells begins next week.Arronco Comfort Air will be installing a geothermal... Read more

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Graze, the restaurant owned by chef Craig de Villiers, is moving into the ground floor of The Woodlands condominium building in the space that most recently housed The Julep Cup. Read more

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Throughout the month of February, Lexington-based LBX Company is donating $500 for every Link-Belt excavator, forestry machine or material handler sold throughout North America to the American Heart Association’s Life is Why We Give Campaign. Read more

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Downtown Lexington Partnership, Lexington Center Corporation and the Triangle Foundation announce completion of a new public art installation in Triangle Park. Read more

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Forecastle Festival's diverse 50+ act lineup features The Avett Brothers, The Killers, Anderson.Paak & the Free Nationals, Tyler Childers, Portugal the Man, Maggie Rogers, Dawes, First Aid Kit, Moon Taxi and more Read more

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A round-up of new hires, promotions and award news from around the Bluegrass business community for February 2019. Read more

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Gigs, festivals, visual art exhibits, theater & performance and other cultural haps for February 2019 Read more

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Business Lexington will celebrate the launch of the 2019 "Book of Lists" with a party on Feb. 26. Attendees can pick up a copy of the book, enjoy cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, music and networking at Limestone Hall. Did your company make the list? Read more

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The sprawling historic establishment that most recently housed National Provisions is now home to a new multi-concept culinary endeavor with the chef and owner of Cole's 735 Main at the helm. Read more

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Neighborhood corridors Commission Neighborhood Match Grant Program deadline approaching; Color Chaos (Breakout Games sister business) coming soon to Warehouse Block; Winchester Road welcomes new furniture boutique, Dogwood Home Furnishings Read more

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Congressman Andy Barr (R-KY) has been named the Ranking Member of the House Financial Services Committee’s Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations for the 116th Congress. Read more

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As head of Aston Martin the Americas, Laura Schwab is the first female president in the company's 105-year history. Read more

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The Lexington Gathering, a four-day, winter music festival focusing on the traditional music of Kentucky, brings a full schedule of workshops, performances, old-time jams and square dances to Lexington Feb. 7-10. Read more

Arts & Culture

Several members of the Lexington community were recognized for their achievements during the 2019 Commerce Lexington Inc. Annual Dinner, held January 24 at Lexington Center. Read more

Business

Outdoor adventurer Bear Grylls and best-selling author Chris Zook will be the keynote speakers at this year’s ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference, to be held May 19-21 in Lexington. Read more

Business

KentuckyOne Health is now known as CHI Saint Joseph Health. The new name and rebranding are part of a strategic plan to align and refocus operations throughout central and eastern Kentucky. Read more

Business

We've rounded up a handful of ways to celebrate the life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, Jan. 21. Read more

The 21st Annual One World Film Festival will feature 11 different films show between Feb. 10-March 16, in addition to screening of the 2016 film "Loving" alongside the city's Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations on Jan. 21. All screenings are free Read more

Arts & Culture

We've rounded up some of the best receptions and events taking place during the first Gallery Hop of 2019 on Friday, January 18th! Read more

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The University of Kentucky has been named by Forbes magazine as one of the Best Employers for Diversity in the country in 2019. Read more

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Lexington mayor Linda Gorton announces most of the commissioners who will lead government departments during her administration. Read more

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