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The acclaimed author and University of Kentucky professor Hannah Pittard talks about her writing process, her unexpected love for her new Kentucky home and her quest to perfect the backflip Read more

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As the holiday shopping season nears, an editorial from our friends at Local First Lexington Read more

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Interior designer David Bazner weighs in on the benefits of shopping local, vintage style 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

Business

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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The Lexington Philharmonic’s search for new leadership coincides with various shifts in culture and energy for the organization 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

Business

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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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

Business

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

Business

As the Fourth of July approaches, Lexington first responders are advocating for community responsibility when using fireworks. Read more

Community

The accolades keep coming for one of the worst kept secrets in the South as Lexington earns recognition from four major outlets as a top travel destination. Read more

Business

Following last year’s success, Temple Adath Israel brings back Jewish Food Festival this month Read more

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Mark Cornelison

The new Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center is well positioned to serve its patients with numerous kid-friendly features and a close partnership with Kentucky Children’s Hospital. Read more

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M. David Nichols

Mayor Jim Gray is presenting a $358 million budget blueprint for Lexington that calls for belt-tightening in many areas while hiking spending for public safety, including “the largest one-year increase for Lexington police” in the modern era. Read more

Business

Late Lexington architect Richard B. Isenhour’s family join forces to remodel – and move into – one of his unique mid-century homes. Read more

Community

As the Lexington Opera House celebrates its 130th anniversary, two local artisans work together in restoring its original glory Read more

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Amy Wallot LFUCG

Featuring new family-friendly attractions this year, the annual ‘Thriller’ event celebrates 15 years of bringing the dead to life in downtown Lexington on Oct. 29 Read more

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