Cheryl Truman, Lexington Herald-Leader

Cheryl Truman

Lexington Herald-Leader

Lexington, KY, United States

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Past articles by Cheryl:

Former Movie Tavern on Locust Hill is torn down to make way for this business

Movie Tavern on Locust Hill is gone. New self-storage business will take its place. → Read More

Windstream files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, seeks ‘consensual plan of reorganization’

Windstream files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. → Read More

Ball Homes proposes 336 apartments near Hamburg in Lexington

Ball Homes wants to build a 12-building complex with 336 apartments near Hamburg, near the intersection of Polo Club and Man o’ War boulevards. → Read More

Ale-8-One plans major expansion project, will add employees

The Ale-8-One Bottling Company in Winchester received approval on Thursday from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Administration for $685,000 in tax incentives on a proposed $19.4 million project. → Read More

New Lexington Clinic building will open by fall, 2020

Lexington Clinic, the Bluegrass area’s largest multi-specialty medical practice, will open a new building on the site of its current main campus on South Broadway in late 2020. → Read More

Barstool Sports founder who trashed Goodfellas pizza ejected from Super Bowl

Barstool Sports head Dave Portnoy, who trashed Lexington’s Goodfellas pizza, gets ejected from Super Bowl → Read More

Brannon Crossing Movie Tavern has been sold. Changes planned.

Brannon Crossing Movie Tavern in Nicholasville has been bought by a movie theatre chain. → Read More

‘Soft Kentuckian’ shirts hit market in response to Bevin’s comment about frigid temps

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin ran into a firestorm of criticism when said Kentuckians are getting a bit soft. NBC weatherman called him a “nitwit.” Now a Lexington store is selling “Soft Kentuckian” T-shirts. → Read More

Actress Drew Barrymore is headed to work in Lexington. Find out why.

Actress Drew Barrymore, star of the “The Santa Clarita Diet” on Netflix, will be filming part of her new movie, “The Stand-In” at the Wrigley Media Group in Lexington, Kentucky. → Read More

AK Steel, once an Ashland industrial powerhouse, is closing

AK Steel is closing its longtime Ashland, Kentucky plant, laying off remaining 230 workers. → Read More

‘Hillbilly Elegy’ film is on its way, and this streaming service will have it

Director Ron Howard’s film adaptation of the controversial book about a Kentucky family, “Hillbilly Elegy” by J.D. Vance, is headed to Netflix. → Read More

Tax filing season arrives in a few days. How long will you wait for refunds?

Kentucky’s Revenue Department and the IRS will start accepting tax returns on Jan. 28. Kentucky will continue the anti-fraud measures that it says saved the nearly $28 million in 2018. → Read More

Bar density, commute time helps Lexington to rank in this top 10

SmartAsset, a personal finance web site, ranked Lexington No. 6 on work-life balance, behind Madison, Wisc.; Lincoln, Neb.; Omaha, Neb.; Henderson, Nevada; and Boise, Idaho. → Read More

KentuckyOne Health is no more. Announcement about its future brings change.

The Saint Joseph-branded health care hospitals and practices will now be called CHI (Catholic Health Initiatives) Saint Joseph Health. The CHI Saint Joseph moniker will replace the KentuckyOne Health name. → Read More

Could this area become Lexington’s boomtown for senior citizens? See what’s coming now.

New York company plans 128 senior apartments on Todds Road. → Read More

A house in this affluent zip code topped December with sale of more than $1 million

While only one house topped the $1 million mark in Lexington’s December sales, plenty of homes sold in the $300,000-$400,000 range → Read More

‘Unfortunate circumstances’ causes closure of this delivery business

Hops2Go, a liquor delivery service that opened in 2017, says it is closing “due to some unfortunate circumstances.” → Read More

New store at The Summit will bring an upscale, ‘Newtucky’ vibe to this buying experience

New bridal boutique at The Summit will mix New York style with Kentucky charm, according to a release. → Read More

Case of whooping cough confirmed at Tates Creek High School. What should those exposed do now?

Tates Creek High School has a confirmed case of whooping cough. What do those exposed do now? → Read More

Kentucky is the worst state for this baby boomer category

WalletHub ranks Kentucky the worst of all 50 states for retirement using a raft of factors. → Read More