Council Approves Zone Change for Euclid Kroger

Kroger reduces expansion plans at its Euclid location one day before a public hearing about the plans.

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City Council Approves Proposed LFUCG Budget

Highlights include $2 million for PDR, $1.25 million for Rupp, and allocations to other historic icons and greenways…

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Consultants Discuss Two-Way Street Conversion at Public Meeting

Consultants found only minor obstacles to two-way street conversion in the North Side of Downtown.

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UK Announces Plans for Additional Dorms

Digging for a new dorm continues near the University of Kentucky’s William T. Young Library, providing a foundation for a 601-bed, high-tech residence hall that’s scheduled to open in August 2013.

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Cinema Complex Plans Altered

Two companies that specialize in building and operating movie theaters have expressed interest in building a six-screen downtown movie complex…. | Photo courtesy of Kentucky.com

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Fayette County Tourism Has Large Economic Impact

Tourism contributed $12.2 billion to Kentucky’s economy in 2012…

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Down To Earth Garden Club’s Plant Sale

Down to Earth Garden Club’s 2013 Plant Sale Saturday, May 11, 2013 from 8 am- 2 pm Woodland Christian Church, 530 E. High Street Featuring a wide selection of plants including: Wildflowers, Irises/Daylilies, Vegetable/Herbs, Grasses, Hostas & more—including a huge selection of native plants!

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UK Masterplan Continues to Move Forward

With the help of Sasaki, a Massachusetts planning firm that specializes in campus master planning, UK hopes to develop sound long-range strategies for the growth and transformation of the campus…

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Lexington’s Distillery District

A preliminary report indicates that it could cost between $14 million and $23 million in infrastructure upgrades to make the Lexington Distillery District project move forward.

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Overbrook Farm’s retired sire Storm Cat Euthanized at age 30

The Thoroughbred Industry lost one of it’s great stallions earlier this week.

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