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Pete’s Properties: Southsider Real Estate Sales October 2014

Southsider: 2013 Top Selling Homes

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

PRHBTN Launches Kickstarter Campaign for 4th Annual Festival

Keeneland Concours d’Elegance Celebrates 10th Anniversary This Weekend

Ecton Park’s Eastern Little League baseball team advances all three age levels to state championship

Kentucky Bank’s Grand Slam Tennis Partnership

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

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

Southsider Real Estate Sales – May 2014

Upcoming Nature & Garden Events

Registration now open for Bike Lexington 2014

Lexington Catholic High School Breaks Guinness World Record

Southsider February and March 2014 Real Estate Sales

New Sears Hometown Store in Lexington Opening in June

UK HealthCare plans to lease, renovate former Turfland Mall Dillard’s store

Lexington Fire Department seeking info related to two local arsons

Neighborhood Sustainability Grants available

Dad’s Favorites Deli opening downtown location

Lexington Catholic names Mark Perry new head football coach

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

Fire department installing free detectors for older and disabled citizens

New Brasabana restaurant brings different dishes to town

Mellow Mushroom hosting benefit to help family of Alex Johnson

Polar vortex depletes blood supply

Tuesday waste and recycling collection cancelled

Input sought on fan experience at Rupp Arena

GoodGiving unveils “golden ticket” to entice under-35 crowd

LBAR sales totaled over $120 million in November

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

Carnegie Center seeks applicants for Young Women Writers Project

GoodGiving Guide Challenge close to reaching $1 million goal

GoodGiving Guide passes $800,000 in donations

City holding public hearings on Time Warner Cable franchise

Summerfest moving to MoonDance for summer shows

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

Renovation at Beaumont Y will improve cardio and Kids Corner areas

GoodGiving Guide Challenge reaches 75 percent of its goal

Veterans Park students helping pen pals in Philippines

Gardenside Plaza bus shelter could see a makeover

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

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

Lexington ranked as a top city to open a food truck

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

Initiative underway for new Berry Hill skatepark

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

Actors Guild opens 30th season with “King Lear”

Leaf collection scheduled to start Nov. 18

GoodGiving Guide Challenge seeks to raise $1 Million

Trick or Treat postponed to Friday, Nov. 1

BRU Burger Bar opening in Beaumont

Local restaurants serving up special menus for Dine Lexington event

LBAR reports $143.9 million in real estate sales for September 2013

Jockey Calvin Borel unseated during Keeneland race

Lexington Farmers’ Market and Faith Feeds hosting Food Day donation drive

Azur partners opening new Cuban, Caribbean restaurant

Dunbar violinist selected for national honors orchestra

Tie-breaking vote needed to approve CentrePointe design

Free mulch available next two Saturdays

New Art in the Park program scheduled for Harrods Hill Park

Noodles and Company to open first Lexington franchise

India-focused festival this weekend at Moondance

“The Sixth Man”: A love letter to citizens of Big Blue Nation

Beaumont neighborhood hosting community yard sale

They Came. They Saw. They CRAVE-d.

Keeneland’s Bucky the Bugler to Retire

The Summit development gets green light with zone change approval

Gallery Hop listings for Sept. 20

Public meeting set to discuss plans for Rupp Arena, Town Branch Commons

Versailles castle listed as most expensive property in the state

Actors Guild announces shows for 30th season

Lexington named Kentucky’s eCity by Google

Beaumont teacher named French teacher of the year

Feedback sought on 2013 Comprehensive Plan update

Peter Millar opening Crown Shop at Keeneland Gift Shop

Public invited to take survey of transportation needs

CentrePointe design granted approval in contentious meeting

LBAR announces $1 billion in regional real estate sales in July

Training program available for annual PTA 5K, Kids Marathon

Lexington Green celebrating grand reopening

Artists to hold rally protesting potential I-75 Connector

Seven Dunbar students earn perfect ACT score

Sayre grad, Beaumont neighbor wins best high school graduation speech

Art Fair Expected to Bring Tens of Thousands to Woodland Park

Last call for Crave home chef competition

Alltech launches production of canned beers

Health department releases mosquito-spraying schedule for August

WRFL announces full 2013 Boomslang Lineup

Valley View Ferry resumes weekend service

Tates Creek student named International Young Achiever of the Year

Keeneland Concours d’Elegance celebrates 50 Years of Mustang

Two Kentucky Theatre fundraisers scheduled for end of July

Transportation cabinet releases new zones for potential I-75 Connector

Beaumont Middle earns another World Fit Walk national title

New climbing wall installed at Shillito Park

City fire and police officials plan to enforce new fireworks ordinance

Valley View Ferry cutting weekend service

I-75 Connector Opponents to Host Music Festival This Weekend

Public meeting on Brannon Road improvements scheduled

Local filmmaker premiering movie shot at River River Gorge

Volunteers Needed for Multi-State River Cleanup

Lexington photographer’s work exhibited at Smithsonian museum

Insight Communications to transition to Time Warner Cable

LBAR announces $143 million in Bluegrass real estate sales for April 2013

Jessie Clark boys run down state track-and-field championship

Stormwater grants available for businesses, schools, churches and other institutions

Lineup announced for first-ever Best of Bluegrass festival

Stonewall Center second location for Bluegrass Farmers Market

Groundbreaking planned for LASC expansion

New Furlongs restaurant has familiar vibe

Food Truck Work Group agrees on pilot program

Inaugural craft beer week on tap

Southside yard sales scheduled in May

Big Band & Jazz returning to Moondance amphitheater

Sustainability Grants awarded to local groups

Meeting scheduled to promote cycling

Smithsonian Channel filming episode about Kentucky, from above

Dunbar’s marching band picked for Macy’s parade

Bike Lexington events beginning in May

Actors Guild, KBC hosting first-ever Zombie Blood Drive

LBAR Announces $306 Million in Sales for Q1

Double Crossover Diamond nabs third major design award

Dunbar team heading to D.C. for National Science Bowl

Fayette students qualify for national FBLA competition

Friends for Skateparks hosting 1-mile fun ride to promote action sports facilities

Mayor proposes budget for 2013 – 14

Lexington Area MPO seeking public input on Transportation Improvement Program

Corridors Neighborhood Match Grants program accepting applications

City to treat significant ash trees for Emerald Ash Borer

KU, LFUCG partner to replace trees on Man O’ War

Lexington Farmers’ Market opening 38th season with expanded mid-week options

Hisle Park chosen for 15th anniversary of Reforest the Bluegrass

Register your business for Bike Lexington Commuter Challenge

Keeneland Spring Meet Preview

Kentucky Bourbon Trail listed as top 10 spring destination

Student environmental group keeping thousands of water bottles from landfill

Thursday Night Live gets an early start in April

Downtown trash cleanup scheduled for April

Traffic report: March 22 – 31

Dunbar, Tates Creek shine in 2013 Governor’s Cup

Jessie Clark teacher named JA teacher of the year

First leg of Bluegrass Trifecta Race Series this weekend

Under new cleanup efforts, police can now issue civil litter citations

Robinwood hosting third annual neighborhood meeting

PVA website now offers commercial property reports

Traffic report shows top collision-prone areas

Without a council vote, Old Colony neighborhood to receive ND-1 overlay

WRFL celebrates 25 years on the air

Next Rose of Kentucky to be selected at Rose Ball

Actors Guild production of “Seminar” opens this weekend

A Second Helping of Josie’s

Council to vote on ND-1 designation for The Old Colony neighborhood

Applications sought for 2013 Sustainability Grants

Vote Lexington in support of CitizenLex

Dunbar wins Region 11 Governor’s Cup

LAMA and LexArts partner to bring live music to Gallery Hop

Dunbar takes title at national cheerleading championships

Double Crossover Diamond receives more accolades

Potential I-75 Connector Scares Some River Residents

Lacrosse association forming league for girls

National organization partners with Smiley Pete for online fundraising

Town Branch Commons would transform downtown Lexington

Registration open for Western Little League

Dunbar wins district Governor’s Cup competition

Vote Set for Monday on Design for Town Branch Commons

First class of authors inducted into Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame

Beaumont Middle School wins district Governor’s Cup

Spirit Fingers: Smiley Pete skippers receive prestigious community award

Q&A with Jennifer Mossotti: New Councilmember for the 9th District

Q&A with Harry Clarke: New 10th District Councilmember

Mayor Gray makes new appointments to staff

AGL’s “RED” opening next week

LBAR announces $1.4 billion in Bluegrass real estate sales in 2012

International equine charity selects Lexington for US headquarters

Public hearing on FCPS District Facilities Plan rescheduled

Keeneland January sales already exceed last year’s total

Local high school performers named KMEA all-state musicians

Urban Mountain Challenge ascent begins Jan. 26

More FCPS teachers earn national certification

New district councilmembers take office Jan. 6

GoodGiving Guide Meets, far Exceeds $30K Knight Challenge Grant

TCHS dance team donates tips to Komen

Lexington Area MPO seeking public input on Participation Plan

Beaumont prevails in quick-recall blue division tournament

Jessie Clark sending two teams to state robotics contest

Seton recognized as Blue Ribbon school

Lafayette School Band preparing for Rose Parade in Pasadena

Dunbar senior a regional finalist in Siemens research competition

Red Barn Radio brings Appalachian Christmas show to UK Hospital

Smiley Pete launches tadoo.com, a new website dedicated to local arts, culture and entertainment

Recycle Thanksgiving cooking oil at the Gobble Grease Toss

Leaf collection program beginning Nov. 26

Tates Creek girls win soccer championship, Dunbar runner-up in boys’ tournament

Lexington Catholic High School hosting hunger awareness event

Lexington named finalist in Mayors Challenge, eligible for $5 million grand prize

Lafayette High School marching band takes state

GoodGiving Guide Challenge 2012 up and running

Downtown Zombie invasion scheduled for Sunday evening

Rosa Parks Elementary earns national award for student performance

City officials celebrate completion of first phase of Clays Mill Road widening project

Skateboarders and city officials “shredding” at new skate park

Sahara included on Urbanspoon’s list of most popular cheap eats

Tates Creek students partner with FoodChain on aquaponics project

Anything “tadoo” tonight?

Fundraiser planned to renovate Kentucky Theatre

Lexington’s second skatepark opening in Kirklevington Park

Good Foods celebrates 40th anniversary through October

Haunted trail donating portion of ticket sales to area high school

Hot Mama boutique opening in Lexington Green

EcoART grant winners announced

Elk Creek’s Tayshaun Prince wine bottle release to benefit child nutrition program

Double Crossover Diamond finalist in national transportation contest

Lexington’s first mountain bike trail opens at Veterans Park

German street artists Herakut create two public artworks in downtown Lexington

Dunbar students named National Merit semifinalists

Moon Festival a celebration of Chinese-American culture

Fundraiser announced for renovation of Kentucky Theater

Free parking coming to an end for city government offices

City seeking public input on sanitary sewer improvement plans

Council Committee Rejects New Animal Ordinance

Federal Judge: Kentucky’s Rule Keeping Wine and Liquor Out of Groceries is Unconstitutional

Homelessness commission seeking public input

Ohavay Zion Synagogue celebrates 100 years

Barrel House Distilling Co. releases latest local spirit with Oak Rum

This year’s Beaux Arts Ball expands its creativity

President Clinton coming to Lexington to honor students’ sustainability efforts