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Bank of the Bluegrass & Trust Co. will open its third Lexington location on Romany Road in Chevy Chase on October 24. Read more

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Bingham Greenebaum Doll has announced that it will combine with Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, to form Dentons Bingham Greenebaum. Read more

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Lexington-based information technology consulting company Integrity IT has announced its sale to Advanced Micro-Electronics, Inc., which does business as The AME Group. Read more

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Employment announcements, news and awards from the Central Kentucky business community for October 2019. Read more

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Keeneland Photo

Total receipts for the two-week sale were the second-highest since 2007 and just behind last year at $360,004,700. Average price for the 2,855 horses who went through the ring was $126,096. Read more

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Photo furnished by Alltech

Researchers with Alltech Life Sciences have announced the development of a possible alternative to current insulin treatments for hundreds of millions of patients worldwide who are living with diabetes. Read more

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Although fall and Halloween attractions are only open for a handful of nights each year, the businesses behind them typically work on their seasonal diversions year-round. Read more

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Cornett creative director and Kentucky for Kentucky co-founder Whit Hiler discusses perseverance, hijacking the conversation and why it’s good when people laugh at your ideas. Read more

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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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Over the past 55 years, the Hall family has grown Hallway Feeds into a global enterprise that helps fuel the equine industry. Read more

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Bradley Quinn

In August, Jennifer and Stephen Kohlman opened their brick-and-mortar storefront, One Love, at 219 Woodland Ave., near High Street. Read more

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Corrisoft technology can replace the hardware of ankle bracelets for parolees with a proprietary smartphone, a tether device that makes sure the parolee is carrying the phone, and a phone app. Read more

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Why do some people hate learning English? The answer might be summed up in four words: read, read, lead, led. Read more

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Apple has announced it will award $250 million from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund to Corning Incorporated, Read more

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Photo by Bill Straus

Chef Jonathan Lundy and sommelier T.J. Cox, co-owners of Corto Lima, have partnered with Lee Greer, president of Greer Companies, for a new, avant-garde Italian restaurant at downtown Lexington's City Center. Read more

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The University of Kentucky — with its dining partner, Aramark — purchased more than $2.6 million in locally raised and manufactured foods in 2018-2019, according to UK’s annual dining sourcing report. Read more

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Lexington’s 7th Annual Women in Business Expo & Conference will be held on Friday, October 18, at the Hilton in downtown Lexington. Read more

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EV owners, organizations and energy companies offer the facts to help you decide. Read more

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Rendering Provided by UK/Signet Real Estate

University of Kentucky and Signet Real Estate Group have broken ground on a mixed-use parking facility that will add more than 900 parking spaces and 23,000 square feet of innovation and retail space to the South Limestone corridor. Read more

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Meggitt PLC

Meggitt PLC plans to significantly increase its commercial and military aircraft carbon brake manufacturing capacity in Boyle County, creating up to 83 full-time jobs with a nearly $82.7 million investment. Read more

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    Theresa Stanley

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