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Petr Kratochvil

Volunteer-driven Solarize Lexington campaign has issued a request for proposal for solar installers interested in taking part in Community Solarize, a group purchasing program to boost solar adoption by local homeowners and business owners. more

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Mayor-Elect Linda Gorton has announced the members of her transition team, which will be working to ensure a smooth changeover from Mayor Jim Gray’s administration. The transition team will be co-chaired by Wil James and Chris Frost. more

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The Town Branch Fund has partnered with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on a $350,000 environmental study and site survey of the proposed Town Branch Park in downtown Lexington. more

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As the Lexington City Center moves closer to completion, the Lexington Marriott City Center and Residence Inn Lexington Center have announced that the hotels are on schedule to open in the fall of 2019. more

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The Kentucky season of Top Chef will include segments filmed at Churchill Downs and Keeneland, the Muhammad Ali Center and in front of a Kentucky-blue clad crowd at Rupp Arena, with Coach John Calipari as a guest judge. more

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Bill Straus

Jim Host, the Lexington entrepreneur who practically invented modern collegiate sports marketing and built three of Kentucky’s most iconic sports venues, is writing a book about how he did it. more

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Kathie Stamps spoke with leadership from several of Lexington’s oldest businesses, including Milward Funeral Directors, Barney Miller's, Oram Florist and Stites and Harbison, for insight into their longevity. more

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Co-owners Tim Luscher and Nathan Cryder, are reviving the 150-year-old Sig Luscher Brewery in Frankfort, Kentucky.. more

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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. more

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Heart attack victims in Eastern and Central Kentucky are getting life-saving treatment more quickly, thanks to a national quality improvement study with cooperative involvement from several local hospitals. more

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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. more

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Employment news and achievements from Central Kentucky's business community. more

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Business book reviewer Paul Sanders interviews Brian Evans, founder of the Lexington, KY.-based BT Web Group. more

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Grammar Gourmet columnist Neil Chethik discusses common spelling missteps for many different cherished holidays of the season. more

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Rich Geruson, the president, CEO and director of Lexmark International, Inc. has resigned for personal reasons, effective immediately, the company announced. Geruson has held the position since October 2017. more

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Theresa Stanley

Local restaurateur Ouita Michel has opened the doors at her newest downtown establishments, Zim’s Cafe and the Thirsty Fox at Zim’s Cafe. more

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Theresa Stanley

Lead by producer AJ Hochhalter, the creators of "NEAT: The Story of Bourbon" have found a worldwide audience for their beloved bourbon film, signing with THE ORCHARD, a division of Sony, as distribution partner. more

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This year’s Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale, which concluded Nov. 16, marked the start to the next part in the story of top race mare Lady Eli. more

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Shoppers who spend $25 or more at participating downtown Lexington businesses can enter a weekly drawing for one of four New Year’s Eve hotel packages from the Hyatt Regency, Hilton Hotels and 21C Hotel. more

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For every new Subaru sold or leased from the dealership November 15 and through January 2, Subaru of America will make a $250 donation to the charity of the customer's choice, along with a $200 donation from Quantrell. more

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