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Susan Baniak

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Muse Marketing and Design

Spotz Gelato opened its third Kentucky store on Broadway in downtown Lexington in September. Read more

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Drew Purcell

As students return to campus, UK shifts its financial aid focus with a new program that helps bridge the gap between unmet financial need and completing a college degree. Read more

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Drew Purcell

For Mamadou “Sav” Savane, the relocation of Sav's Grill to Main Street brings a chance to apply the lessons learned from more than a decade in the local restaurant business and reconnect his native African cuisine with his Lexington home. Read more

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Bill Straus

With some of the risk offset by a guarantee from the Small Business Association, banks and business owners alike often find the option of SBA-backed lending appealing. Read more

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Dana Rogers

As $2.5 billion in downtown development projects gain traction, Downtown Lexington Partnership assesses progress made at the city’s core with its first State of Downtown forum. Read more

Business

After nearly 11 years in business, Mamadou “Sav” Savane closed his restaurant, Sav’s Grill, on South Limestone Avenue this week, with plans to reopen in a new location on East Main Street in September. Read more

Business

With robust growth, investment and infrastructure, Kentucky is well-positioned to lead the way through the hazy uncertainties of legalized hemp. Read more

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Community Ventures Corporation broke ground this week on its long-planned mixed-use development along Midland Avenue and Third Street in the East End, which will be known as the MET. Read more

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Gatton Dean Simon Sheather's plans for Gatton include new initiatives to leverage online technology, increase access and encourage more international exposure for business students at Kentucky’s flagship university. Read more

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In recent years, as courts have become more congested and business dealings have grown more complex, mediation and arbitration have grown in both prevalence and popularity as alternatives for civil litigation. Read more

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On March 27, people across the Bluegrass will take part in On the Table, gathering in coffee shops, conference rooms and kitchens to share an increasingly uncommon commodity in modern life: friendly civic discourse. Read more

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Airbnb hosts in Fayette County numbered more than 500 and earned a combined $4.8 million in income in 2018, according to Airbnb public affairs representative Ben Breit. Read more

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Drew Purcell

Lexington-based firm Bristol Group utilizes pre-cast concrete forms to help keep City Center hotels on track and on budget. Read more

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Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton outlined her priorities as Lexington’s new leader in her first address on the state of the merged government, delivered during a luncheon held at the Hyatt Regency on Tuesday. Read more

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Bradley Quinn

Shannon Baker, formerly the Plantory’s assistant director, has been promoted to the role of chief operating officer, and local social activist Russell Allen was brought on board as the organization’s new chief development officer in August. Read more

Business

Globally headquartered companies in Lexington have teamed up with the city to promote the benefits of a Bluegrass address to their highly sought executive job prospects, with a new video available on vimeo.com. Read more

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Bradley Quinn

Local hub for non-profit and community-minded businesses, The Plantory, takes ‘collaborative energy’ to the next level with new dual executive leadership model Read more

Community

Lexington’s new alliance, dubbed the “Lex Give First” project and led by the Awesome Center for Entrepreneurship (ACE), aims to leverage and strengthen existing collaborative initiatives to support local startups. Read more

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Tom Wilmes

As the federal prohibition on industrial hemp is poised to end, Lexington-based Kentucky Cannabis Company and its retail arm Bluegrass Hemp Oil (BHO) are leading the way with Kentucky-grown and -processed CBD products. Read more

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