Neighborhood News

Pete’s Properties: Chevy Chaser Real Estate Sales November 2014

Pete’s Properties: Chevy Chaser Real Estate Sales October 2014

Distinct Districts: Jefferson Street

Hanover Towers celebrates 50 years with a ceremony and official historic designation

Pete’s Properties: Chevy Chaser Real Estate Sales September 2014

Pete’s Properties: Chevy Chaser Real Estate – August 2014

Property Tax Roll in Fayette County Surpasses $23 Billion for First Time

Chevy Chaser: 2013 Top Selling Homes

Top Performing Neighborhoods in Chevy Chaser Magazine’s Delivery areas

Art Bar in Chevy Chase Operating Hours Reduced at Board Hearing

PRHBTN Launches Kickstarter Campaign for 4th Annual Festival

Euclid Kroger Plan Mural; LexArts Issues Call to Artists

Keeneland Concours d’Elegance Celebrates 10th Anniversary This Weekend

New Ownership Brings Changes to Lynagh’s Irish Pub

All three of Ecton Park’s Eastern Little League baseball team age levels advance to state championship

Kentucky Bank’s Grand Slam Tennis Partnership

Chevy Chaser Real Estate Sales- July 2014

Top Five Fried Chicken Spots

Distinct Districts: National Pride

Walk Tates Creek with Vice Mayor Gorton and Council Members

Event Raises Additional $10,000 for Injured Small Business Owner

Athenian Grill Owner To Open Greek Pastry and Coffee Shop in Chevy Chase

Kids Shop Local, Find Waldo. A Win-Win.

Chevy Chaser Real Estate Sales – June 2014

From home chef to MasterChef

Chevy Chaser Real Estate Sales – May 2014

Upcoming Nature & Garden Events

At Downtown’s Cup of Common Wealth Coffee Shop, A Sense of Community Overflows

Crave Lexington food + music festival announces 2014 dates

YMCA to Host Healthy Kids Day on May 4

Registration now open for Bike Lexington 2014

Designers seek input for future skatepark at Berry Hill Park

Free Book Exchange Library Box Installed on South Ashland Avenue

Controversial Chevy Chaser Cover House on Richmond Road Sells at Auction

Lexington Catholic High School Breaks Guinness World Record

Chevy Chaser February and March 2014 Real Estate Sales

Volunteers Needed for Kenwick Community Garden Preparation Day

Kroger Shuttle Takes Customers from Euclid to Chinoe Location

New Hair Salon The Stränd Settles into Chevy Chase Place

Drink of the Month: THE SAZERAC

“Lights On” at Lansdowne-Merrick Park

New Remodeling Company Restoring Rundown Neighborhood Homes

New Men and Women’s Clothing and Shoe Store Omar + Elsie Opens on Old Lafayette Ave

Membership Madness at Ashland Estate

Reader Poll: Where will you shop when the Euclid Ave. Kroger closes?

New Vine St. boutique seeks to reinvent the “jewelry shopping experience” in Lexington

LBAR announces $1.7 billion in 2013 residential sales

Lexington Fire Department seeking info related to two local arsons

Neighborhood Sustainability Grants available

Second suspect arrested in disappearance of Alex Johnson

Dad’s Favorites Deli opening downtown location

Major developments reported in Alex Johnson disappearance

Ramsey’s Diner leaving original High Street location

Rest of Woodland Park tree to be removed in February

Euclid Kroger store to close March 15 to make way for larger facility

Lexington Catholic names Mark Perry new head football coach

New training facility opening on Richmond Road

Jim Varney biography traces the cultural rise of Ernest P. Worrell

Fire department installing free detectors for older and disabled citizens

Meditation center planned once Greek Orthodox Church relocates

Mellow Mushroom hosting benefit to help family of Alex Johnson

Cassidy science teacher earns Presidential Award for Excellence

Polar vortex depletes blood supply

Tuesday waste and recycling collection cancelled

Input sought on fan experience at Rupp Arena

Global Lens film series returns to Lexington

GoodGiving unveils “golden ticket” to entice under 35 crowd

Leaf collection running behind, sidewalks ahead of schedule

GoodGiving Guide Challenge reaches $1 million goal, shows no sign of slowing down

Police investigating string of neighborhood commercial burglaries

A Cup of Common Wealth aiding fellow victims of recent burglaries

GoodGiving Guide Challenge close to reaching $1 million goal

Kroger eyeing Premiere Home Video property for temporary pharmacy

Hunter Moore appearance at Art Bar canceled

Facebook page created to protest local performance by Hunter Moore

First phase of National Provisions opens on Walton Avenue

Summerfest moving to MoonDance for summer shows

City holding public hearings on Time Warner Cable franchise

GoodGiving Guide passes $800,000 in donations

Living Arts and Science Center announces groundbreaking plans for expansion and renovation

Council Report: Take on crime by meeting a neighbor

Third annual Lighting on the Lawn this weekend

Chevy Chase Shops celebrating Small Business Saturday with holiday open house

GoodGiving Guide Challenge reaches 75 percent of its goal

Bankers’ Challenge puts $30,000 up for grabs with GoodGiving Challenge

Lexington ranked as a top city to open a food truck

Vice Mayor Linda Gorton will not seek re-election in 2014

GoodGiving Challenge pulls in over $400k in less than two weeks

Farmers’ Market staying at Cheapside through winter

Donut Days opening Euclid location

GoodGiving Guide campaign raises over $250,000 in less than one week

Lakewood properties transformation continues

This Little Piggy Went to Euclid

Embry’s tradition continues under new ownership

Leaf collection scheduled to start Nov. 18

Bigger Fish to Fry

Woodland Triangle Holiday Open House this weekend

Trick or Treat postponed to Friday, Nov. 1

GoodGiving Guide Challenge seeks to raise $1 Million

Ashland going green with new geothermal system