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Lexington's First Mountain Bike Trail

With the cooler weather starting to set in, now is the time to do some of those outdoor activities! The weather will be nice this weekend, so why not take the family down to Lexington’s newest attraction, the new mountain bike trail at Veterans Park. Opened last weekend, the new trail represents Lexington’s first dedicated mountain biking facility.

Located in Veterans Park in southern Fayette County, the trail is almost four miles long and is built to standards established by the International Mountain Biking Association for beginners and intermediate...

Lexington Named Top 100 Best Communities for Young People

Lexington has been named in the Top 100 Best Communities in America for the fifth consecutive year. Each year, America's Promise and ING celebrate 100 deserving communities who are making extraordinary efforts to reduce dropout rates and provide outstanding services and supports to their youth. Winning communities come from all across the country and are addressing the unique challenges they face.

Lexington has continued to expand its commitment to youth with educational, diversity, health and safety programming. There have been many different types of programs created throughout the city to support the youth demographic in a variety of different ways. The ...

Save Money in the Kitchen

Want to have an impact on your monthly energy bills? has some great tips on how to save some green by going through your kitchen and making small changes to your appliances and daily habits. You'll lessen your impact on the environment as well as make a dent in your energy costs.

1. Unplug your electronics. Some kitchen electronics never fully turn off, even if you press the power button. Appliances like toasters and coffee makers will just go into hibernation mode. You can check to see if your particular appliance is a energy-zapping offender by checking the owners manual. Make sure to unplug the electronic when you aren't using them.


Get the Best Price When Selling Your Home

With sellers hoping to get the most amount possible for their home and buyers interested in spending the least amount for a home, it’s sometimes a battle of wills when it comes to hashing out an agreed upon price. Sellers who wonder whether they’ll struggle to get a good offer should employ these strategies.

  • Use a Real Estate agent. Many people forego this step, thinking that they can sell their home just as well as an agent, without having to pay a commission fee in the process. A real estate agent is a person who is schooled in the process of negotiating the price of an offered home....

Prepare Now for the Months Ahead!

Happy Days Are Here Again!! Not the extremely happy days of 2004, but definitely happier than the past 5 years!!

At our monthly Milestone meeting on Thursday, Mike Wheatley gave his statistical report which showed improvement on all fronts. This is particularly encouraging going into the Fall and Winter months which typically produce fewer sales due to the holidays, weather and other distractions. While sales are still steady during the winter months, we always look forward to the spring market which has historically been the most productive season in the Central Kentucky housing market.

If you are thinking about putting your home on the market for sale next Spring, it is time to begin your preparations now. Here is list of some things you can work on while the weather is cold that will put you ahead of the game come...

A New Trend in Kitchen Appliances?

Look around today's most popular kitchens and you'll see a plethora of granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Head to any local home improvement store and you'll find rows upon rows of these finishes. But some experts and designers say that the stainless steel era is coming to an end.

Signifiying a possible shift in kitchen appliance culture, Whirlpool has introduced a new line of appliances called the "White Ice Collection". Defined by silver accents, sleek lines, and streamlined controls, the new collection's refrigerator, range, dishwasher, and microwave signal an attempt to change...

Prepare Your Garden for Fall and Winter

It's hard to believe that Fall is around the corner in the Bluegrass State! The temperatures are getting cooler and the sun is going down earlier in the day.

Now is the time to start planning and preparing your garden for the colder months ahead. Taking the time to clean up your lawn and garden now will save you time and money when it comes time to plant in the Spring.

Clean Up

Once your plants have died or succumbed to the cold, pull up the stakes or supports. If they're still in good shape, clear off the debris and store them for future use. Rake the garden spot to remove dead leaves and limbs. Pull or dig up old stems and roots. If allowed in your area, burn or discard the debris.


12th Annual Dog Paddle at Woodland Aquatics Center

Looking for something fun to do this weekend with your four-legged friend? Close Summer 2012 down with a splash this weekend at Woodland Park for the 12th annual Dog Paddle. Sponsored by Friends of the Dog Park and LFUCG's Parks and Recreation, this annual fundraiser benefits amenities of local dog parks.

This Saturday, September 8th, from 9am-3pm, dogs of all shapes, sizes, and ages can come to the Woodland Aquatics Center at 190 Old Park Avenue to take a dip in the pool before city officials close it down for the season. In the event of lightning, the swim will be held on Sunday, September 9th. ...

How Do You Tell if a Neighborhood is Right for You?

When buying a home, the #1 thing that everyone talks about is LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! Consider some of these questions we found from author Evelyn Fazio, coauthor of the book Staying Sane When Buying or Selling Your Home, to make sure that location is right for you.

Do people have home pride?

Sometimes you can judge a book--or a house--by its cover. Houses that aren't kept up can signal an area full of renters or a town on the decline. But if people are investing in their properties,...

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