The move may affect a popular mom-and-pop produce shop, Herman’s, which used to be in the same area as Cattlemen’s.
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The Walker Program has helped launch over 35 businesses in Lexington, Buena Vista and Rockbridge County.
Cutting hours and raising wages only partly solve the shortages for some local restaurants.
A new bookstore, clothing boutique and a Pilates studio will open downtown this spring.
Businesses can get $400 from the city to make them competitive in a free shipping world or to advertise their stores.
The store offers all types of hemp products, from hemp leggings to CBD gummies.
Downtown Lexington shoppers lost some favorite stores during the COVID-19 pandemic, but new restaurants and shops are coming to Main, Nelson and Washington Streets.
Small business owners must look for Congress to approve more money for the program.
Just Games owner Zander Tallman received a $10,000 grant from Launch Lex to jumpstart his business, which opened last fall.
Lexington retailers roll out the red and green carpet with free gift-wrapping and other services to offer an alternative to cyber shopping.