Tom Eblen: Solar power a viable alternative in Kentucky by Tom Eblen, 05.16.11, Kentucky.com I heard from readers when I wrote about the pioneering solar home that Lexington architect Richard Levine built for himself in the 1970s and recently upgraded with new technology. I heard from more readers when I wrote about Warren County’s new […]
Tom Eblen: It’s time to get involved in Lexington’s planning process by Tom Eblen, 05.11.11, Kentucky.com Lexington leaders have taken a significant first step in the latest round of planning for growth and prosperity. Now, it is time for them and everyone else to get involved in taking the next steps. The mayor, most Urban […]
An artist’s rendering of proposed changes to downtown’s Triangle Park, which include a café. Work is to begin Monday. | Photo courtesy of Kentucky.com
Pub, townhouses planned for vacant S. Broadway parcel by Beverly Fortune, 05.07.11, Kentucky.com A pub and 20 townhouses will be built on a prominent vacant block on South Broadway directly across from The Lex apartments. Developer Jeff Morgan will build the project — to be called The Village at South Broadway — on the block […]
Kentucky Derby contender Midnight Interlude was born and bred on Alliance Board Chairman Don Robinson’s Fayette County Farm, Winter Quarter.
Maintaining our current city limits is an amazing opportunity for Lexington…
Protecting the Bluegrass is made even more important by the potential of alternative fuel sources. | Photo by Jeff Rogers | www.jeffrogers.com
“Census: Eastern Kentucky school-age population declines, aging population rises” By Dori Hjalmarson and Linda Johnson, 5.5.11, Kentucky.com PIKEVILLE — Even as population trickled out of many rural and Appalachian counties in Kentucky, the numbers of people 65 and older kept growing, according to 2010 U.S. Census data released Thursday. The aging of baby boomers is […]
The 2011 Comprehensive Plan By Knox van Nagell, 5.3.11, ProgressLex Best estimates say that an additional 60,000 people will call Lexington home by 2030. So one of the central questions facing our community is not if we grow, but how we grow—and can we do it in a way that positions our built, natural, and […]
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