Gray's Second-Term Priorities, Town-Gown Challenges, On BizLexChat

Nov 17, 2014

This week we discuss the second term priorities for Lexington Mayor Jim Gray, including how he sees current Town-Gown relations.

This week we discuss the Garth Brooks weekend, fifty new jobs coming to Lexington, plus some restaurant comings and goings.

Bourbon Report, Instant Racing Parlors, And Fasig Tipton Sale Numbers In BizLexChat

Oct 27, 2014

This week we discuss the recent state economic impact report on the bourbon industry, plus important decisions affecting the local horse business.

Manufacturing Conference, 2016 SLC, And New Exec At Horse Park In BizLexChat

Oct 20, 2014

BizLexChat highlights the upcoming advanced manufacturing, and 2016 Southern Legislative conferences coming to Lexington, plus KHP news.

Lexington - Time-Warner Fight, Watered Down Bourbon? In BizLexChat

Oct 13, 2014

This week we discuss the rocky negotiations between Lexington and Time-Warner Cable, plus bourbon distilled outside of Kentucky.

Job Training Grants, New Gig For Toyota Prez, and Keeneland Prepares For Breeders' Cup In BizLexChat

Oct 6, 2014

KCTCS, Toyota, and Keeneland are making headlines this week's.  Catch up with the latest business news on BizLexChat.

Horses, Hemp, A Big New Park In Clark County This Week In BizLexChat

Sep 29, 2014

Alan and Erik discuss the Keeneland September Yearling Sale which just wrapped up, plus Kentucky's first hemp harvest this week in BizLexChat.

New Deal For Centrepointe Garage And Town Branch Trail Extension In BizLexChat

Sep 22, 2014

This week Alan and Erik discuss a bonding agreement for the Centrepointe parking garage, plus more funding to extend the Town Branch Trail.

Gigabit Possibilities For Lexington, Centrepointe, And KY-Swedish Connection On BizLexChat

Sep 15, 2014

Mayor Jim Gray wants Lexington to be a gigabit city, a big meeting this week on Centrepointe and the Ky. Swedish connection on BizLexChat.

College Projects Keep Fueling Local Economy This Week In BizLexChat

Sep 8, 2014

Groundbreakings and construction projects at area institutions continue to drive the economy, plus Keeneland gets a new brew for its Sept. sales.