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Despite green light, not all restaurants plan to fully reopen today

Red State BBQ to continue curbside pickup, carryout and delivery

Restaurants opening today; Will look much different than ever before

Starting today, for the first time in more than two months, restaurants in Kentucky are going to be able to welcome back customers into their establishments.

Lexington restaurant set to re-open at a quarter of its capacity

The state recommends re-opening restaurants at 33% capacity, but one Lexington restaurant wants to play it if even safer.

Restaurants cautiously excited about in-person dining

Find out why the resumption of in-person dining may not be all good news for some restaurants.

Targets set for restaurant, campground, movies, child care openings

After starting slowly with health care this week and some manufacturing and construction Monday, Kentucky's economic reopening could begin in earnest starting May 22, under a plan unveiled Thursday.

Logan’s, Old Chicago employees terminated

The parent company of Logan's and Old Chicago restaurants notified its furloughed employees they have been fired, effective March 31, according to new bankruptcy filings.

Restaurants offer carryout & delivery to stay in business

The economic consequences of the measures we're all taking to prevent the coronavirus are great.

Tenth annual Dining Out For Life event in September

AVOL Kentucky announced the tenth annual Dining Out For Life event date.

Swimming, Golfing, and More in Richmond, KY

Learn about all that Richmond, KY has to offer with over 50 locally owned restaurants, swimming, golfing, fishing, and much more!

Why are so many Lexington restaurants closing?

On Monday, Willie's Locally Known announced it's closing its doors. But, it isn't the first restaurant in the city to do so.

Businesses support teachers through savings

Several businesses around the state are stepping up in support of teachers, the day after the general assembly's pension vote.

UberEATS to launch Thursday in Lexington

UberEATS launches in Lexington Thursday, October 12, offering food delivery with full menus some of the city’s best restaurants.

UPDATE: Two restaurants reopen following immigration raid

Two of three restaurants in Nicholasville that abruptly closed Tuesday following a raid by immigration authorities have reopened.

Lexington Burger Week 2017

This year more than 46 one-of-a-kind burgers are being prepared by restaurants throughout Lexington.

Fazoli’s: New “clean” menu & redesigned restaurants

Fazoli’s announced it has completely removed all artificial sweeteners, flavors, preservatives and colors from its entire food menu. America’s largest fast casual Italian restaurant is the first national brand under 1,000 units and the third restaurant overall

Cheers: Bill would let Kentucky bars buy vintage whiskeys

State lawmakers passed a bill that allows vintage bottles of spirits to be put back into circulation in Kentucky.

High-rise development deal on Newtown Pike dead

A proposed $34 million development deal on Newtown Pike in Lexington is dead, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader.

Restaurants Prep for Busy Saturday

Of course Saturday is not just the day of Kentucky's bowl game, it is also New Year's Eve and that means one very busy day for local bars and restaurants.

Veterans Day Deals at Area Businesses

There are a number of restaurants and businesses offering deals for former and active-duty military members during Veterans Day.

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Senate president working on bill that would ban most no-knock warrants

Exceptions to the proposed ban would be for arrest warrants, hostage situations or threats to life, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
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New mandatory mask requirement sparks some criticism and praise

Governor Andy Beshear is now requiring mostly everyone to wear a mask with limited exceptions.
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AG, GOP legislative leaders critical of Beshear’s mask order

The attorney general and Republican legislative leadership called the governor's mandatory mask order an "order by edict rather than through collaboration."

Police body cameras: Committee weighs value vs. cost

Law enforcement across the state talks value