Red State Taps fire 1

Photo courtesy of Jen Banks

An early morning blaze gutted Red State Taps, the Georgetown satellite location of the popular Lexington roadside barbecue joint Red State BBQ. Read more


Country Boys - Beagle and Harrison

Photo by Bill Straus

Country Boy Brewing, pioneers of Lexington's craft beer scene, prep massive new Georgetown facility that aims to pull in locals and tourists while boosting production and canning capabilities. Read more

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Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky is ready to mark its 30th anniversary on it’s sprawling Scott County campus with a celebration and reopening of its revamped visitors center. Officials will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony... Read more


Just to the north of Lexington, Georgetown is growing not only in population, but in local dining options as well. While Fava’s and Galvin’s have long been downtown favorites, the... Read more

Arts & Culture

Lexus pant in Georgetown, Kentucky. Photo provided.The first Lexus produced in the United States has rolled off the assembly line at Toyota’s massive automobile plant in Georgetown.Company... Read more


When the first Lexus ES350 rolls off the assembly line in mid-October, it will mark the start of an expect 50,000-vehicle-per-year expansion — and 750 new jobs — at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky. And for the plant’s hometown... Read more


Lexington, KY – The first production 2013 Toyota Avalons will be celebrated Tuesday afternoon where they’re exclusively made in Georgetown. The latest redesign of the Avalon gives Toyota’s top-of-the-line sedan... Read more


Lexington, KY - A 2.6 mile path of two-lane U.S. Route 25 between Iron Works Pike and Georgetown is undergoing a $16 million transformation to double its width.Officials... Read more


Georgetown, KY - They haven’t all been together in the same place since they got off the plane home from Munich in 1972. Then they were 12 exhausted and dispirited... Read more


The education department at Georgetown College has been selected for a $1.9 million grant over the next 5 years from the U.S. Department of Education, to be used for the college’s Center for Culturally Relevant Pedagogy (CCRP).The... Read more