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Business Lexington November 2019

As the population of seniors in the Bluegrass swells, many are seeking new living arrangements that will provide added comfort and convenience while still keeping them close to the communities they call home. Read more

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Emergency Medical Training Professionals helps train first responders and health care workers in areas where employers need them most. Read more

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The Lyric Theatre’s new executive director Whit Whitaker is no stranger to Lexington’s arts scene. Here’s how he plans to take one of the city’s most significant venues to new heights. Read more

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Partners Sam Williamson, Tom Johnson and Tim Schosser—who run the business along with their wives, Lindsey, Becky, and Isabel—opened Southland Bagel’s new storefront at 428 Southland Drive in late September. Read more

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Anne Donworth, Lexington Public Library’s director of development, shares her advice for business professionals who want to serve as effective nonprofit board members. Read more

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Bluegrass Youth Ballet and Adalhí Aranda, the organization’s founder and director, are serving its students and bringing dance to the community from a new studio on Southland Drive. Read more

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