Local employers, especially in the food service industry, are increasingly reporting difficulty filling open positions.
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The decades-old skate park’s makeover will be supported by a new local nonprofit organization and the Lexington Police Department. One regional skateboarding expert referred to the park as the worst in Virginia.
Millions of Americans, especially Texans, have been without either power or water for the past few days due to winter storms.
Businesses can get $400 from the city to make them competitive in a free shipping world or to advertise their stores.
The new Lexington location has updated amenities, more customer service stations and increased office space.
Launch Lex is a new eight-week business training program designed to help fill vacant storefronts in downtown Lexington.
A two-person team for Wampler Eanes Appraisal Group is going door-to-door to check for changes in square footage and room structure.
The ceremony was an opportunity to thank everyone in the community and those involved in making the dream for a new elementary school a reality.
Frank Friedman and Chuck Smith have both made careers downtown and been involved in government for years.
Four new firefighters will be added to the Lexington Fire Department this fall, at no additional cost to the city.