This week on the Business Side the Lane Report's executive editor Mark Green talks all things hemp with WUKY's Alan Lytle. Bottom line, no state is better prepared to capitalize on the legalization of industrial hemp as a cash crop.
A project manager for Town Branch Commons; the $35 M planned construction of a bike and pedestrian pathway through downtown Lexington linking the Legacy and Town Branch trails, has told members of the urban county council that the project is over budget. Brandi Peach says in addition to increasing construction costs, negotiating with some property owners has become a challenge.
Commerce Lexington's 6th annual EMERGE Conference takes place on Tuesday March 12th at the Gatton Student Center on the UK Campus. Amy Stout, director of Leadership Development Programs previews this year's gathering with WUKY's Alan Lytle.
This week on the Business Side Business Lexington editor Tom Wilmes and WUKY's Alan Lytle discuss the all new Cosmic Charlies in the growing North Limestone corridor and a new music festival coming this summer to Keeneland.
2018 was a very good year for VisitLex, the local convention and visitors bureau. In fact they’ve just completed their Results for 2018 comprehensive report and WUKY's Alan Lytle discusses big takeaways with VisitLex President Mary Quinn Ramer.