A local business owner on CentrePointe, Lexington, Kentucky, and the world.
We simply don’t need statues of Confederates John C. Breckenridge and John Hunt Morgan near Cheapside Pavilion and the old courthouse in Lexington. You can
Call it “CentrePointe Fatigue”. After six-and-a-half years of bulldozing, promises, broken promises, half-truths, and outright lies on the CentrePointe project, folks are just plain tired
I was privileged to be surveyed late last week by the Herald-Leader’s Tom Eblen for today’s column on the state of Lexington’s economy for 2012.
Eight years ago today, the Webb Companies announced CentrePointe, a shiny new development in downtown Lexington. The developers promised to spend $250 million. They promised Lexington’s tallest building.
IMPORTANT: Following my initial post yesterday, I found new and different information on parking costs for underground garages. Please see important updates at the end
CentrePointe, Version 8 Over the past couple of weeks, the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government and the developers of CentrePointe have traded barbs over the direction of
The U.S. economy added 243,000 jobs in January, far surpassing analysts’ expectations of around 155,000 jobs for the month. As a result, the unemployment rate
I’m a job creator. And job creators are important. At least that’s what we’ve been hearing from Republicans lately. House Speaker John Boehner cited “job
In late July, one of our technicians left our award-winning auto repair shop to return to his hometown. He has been our only employee to leave
I was pleased to be asked to comment for today’s story by Jack Brammer and Janet Patton for the Herald-Leader on the Governor’s tax proposals. They
Mitch McConnellYesterday, despite having support from a majority of the Senate, the $60 billion Rebuild America Jobs Act was blocked from even being debated on