By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on November 29, 2018
A new business recently opened with two goals in mind: to provide beautiful lingerie in a range of sizes and offer brands that are hard to find.
By Lisa Hornung | Posted on November 22, 2018
Welcome to the Black Friday edition of The Closing Bell. Here is a look at how local retailers are preparing for the holiday shopping season.
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on October 2, 2018
The Planning Commission will resume the hearing on Topgolf at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 15, at the Founders Union Building, 450 N. Whittington Parkway.
By Kentucky Press News Service | Posted on September 8, 2018
The Lexington Center Corporation wants to create a tax increment financing district to help develop the nearly 20-acre parking lot across from Rupp into an entertainment district.
By Lisa Hornung | Posted on August 30, 2018
Amy Henson grew up loving horses. She always knew she would own them, but horses are expensive, and she had to earn enough money to keep them. As an adult, she became an optometrist and bought a farm and horses: Dream achieved. But when...
By WLKY | Posted on August 27, 2018
The KFC Yum! Center is looking to fill about 50 positions at a hiring event on Tuesday.
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on August 23, 2018
Gone will be the days of shoving giant balls of plastic bags under the sink or in the pantry with the idea of one day repurposing them.
By Caitlin Bowling | Posted on August 21, 2018
"As I see myself walking into the future, I couldn't picture Barkstown Road and the demands of small business ownership," business founder Kim Reece wrote.
By Sara Havens | Posted on July 14, 2018
Eight plastic bottles — that’s all it takes to make one T-shirt. That’s the genesis of Recover Brands, an apparel company based in Charlotte, N.C., that is once again teaming up with Forecastle Festival as its official merchandising partner. Started in 2009 by bike...
By Lisa Hornung | Posted on July 13, 2018
A collaborative effort to ease the food desert in the Russell neighborhood, Oasis, opened Thursday to much fanfare and a sour bite of lemon. Oasis is a tiny store that has opened inside the Sisters Visitor Center at 2235 W. Market St. It’s a...