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Rubicon opening new global corporate headquarters in City Center

Rubicon, a software platform that provides smart waste and recycling solutions to businesses and governments worldwide, announced that the company is opening a new office space in Lexington, Kentucky, which will now serve as the firm’s global headquarters. The location expands the company’s existing footprint in the state and honors its Kentucky roots. It joins the company’s other executive leadership...

The University of Kentucky bringing local businesses to campus

Kentucky Gatton Student Center on the campus of the University of Kentucky

Kennedy's bookstore closed their doors in the winter of 2017. The University of Kentucky, with a real estate group, came in and plan to transform the space into a large-scale parking garage with retail and “innovation” space. After a campus-wide vote, the new building will be named “The Cornerstone”. The first floor of the building will be called The Cornerstone...

DowntownLEX Together launches in downtown Lexington

Monday, June 15 marks the first day of DowntownLEX Together presented by Central Bank. From now until Friday, July 31, every purchase you make downtown gives you a chance to win prizes. The idea for this program was created while trying to find ways to help get downtown businesses back on their feet once pandemic restrictions were lifted. DowntownLEX Together will...

Mayor Linda Gorton outlines new guidelines for Lexington during COVID-19

Lexington

On March 16, Lexington Mayor, Linda Gorton, announced more information on how to help contain the spread of COVID-19. As of March 23, there will be no more yard waste pick-up until further notice. To help families in this time of need, God’s Pantry predicts they will need at least 10,000 boxed meals per month. Fire Stations are closed...