• Facade work, right, is  being done on buildings on either side of Bellini's restaurant as part of a makeover of the 100 block of West Main Street, above. The building to the left of Bellini's will become an upscale lounge and jazz club. Owners found a beaux arts facade with four columns under its brick and  plywood veneer. The  building on the right houses  Sunrise Bakery.

    Main Street façades getting a makeover

    When work is completed on the facades of two buildings in the 100 block of West Main Street, all but two buildings between North Limestone and Wrenn Court across from the vacant CentrePointe lot will have been restored.

  • Canada geese and horse shared a snowy field on the Mill Ridge Farm at the corner of Parkers Mill Rd and Man O War Blvd. in Lexington, Ky., Monday, February 7, 2011. The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for Kentucky as a cold front brought snow and frigid temperatures to the state. Charles Bertram | Staff

    Snow hits Central Kentucky as endless winter drags on

    An endless winter persisted across Kentucky on Monday, apparently to the tune of a broken record, as snow fell yet again. It has been such a busy winter that road crews have already dished out more salt this year than for entire winters of previous years.

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  • Alltech CEO Pearse Lyons, left, showed Maker's Mark President Bill Samuels a rendering of what his company's expanded distillery building beside the Kentucky Ale Brewery off West Maxwell Street would look like when built.

    Tom Eblen: Distillers take steps to keep Kentucky's spirits monopoly

    For a century, Kentucky seemed to have a virtual lock on two signature industries: horses and bourbon. We have heard a lot about what is happening with the horse industry. Other states are luring away Kentucky's Thoroughbreds with breeder incentives and higher race purses, mostly subsidized by casino...

  • That's "passion" in those oak barrels at Lovers Leap Wineries and Vineyard, whose slogan is "Passion, bottled." Owners Logan and Pam Leet worked in the furniture business and ran a bed-and-breakfast before finding their professional passion in wine making.

    Family puts passion into every bottle at Lovers Leap

    LAWRENCEBURG — Many people think the combination of Central Kentucky's lush landscape and the art of wine making is a match made in heaven. So for a Valentine's Day-themed article, where better to visit than a local winery whose slogan is "Passion, bottled." It's a story that contains references...

  • Real diversity in agriculture; bill could cut out promising upstarts

    Since 2000, Kentucky has poured $300 million into retooling the state's farm economy. A University of Kentucky study found that some of the state's most beneficial investments have been in horticulture, vineyards, an orchard/cider-making operation and a ham producer. The legislature...

  • Feedback: End payday loan debt trap

    At issue |Jan. 6 Herald-Leader article, "Bill is again filed to limit interest rates, Owens says database shows 'disturbing trends'" It's time to cap the interest on payday loans in Kentucky at 36 percent. Seventeen other states have done it, and Congress has done so for ...

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