Label owner plans to build new distillery on historic site
Museum on James E. Pepper, tasting room will be part of venture
Entrepreneur: ‘I want to be part of something timeless’
Politics & Government
The Churchill Downs communications team has confirmed that 22 horses are known to have been entered in Saturday’s $2 million Kentucky Derby.
On the day he was sentenced to 40 years in prison, a former Eastern Kentucky University student apologized in open court for his role in the 2010 kidnappings and deaths of a Richmond couple.
The D.C.-based entrepreneur who owns the James E. Pepper label will bring it home to Lexington and build a distillery on the historic site where the brand began.
Judge unseals records in bribery case involving former state Personnel Secretary Tim Longmeyer
In affidavit, FBI agent says no evidence to show Beshear and Conway knew contributions were tainted
Longmeyer agreed to help his kickback partners from new job in attorney general’s office, records say
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Food & Drink
Mother’s Day menus at Woodford, Brasabana, Azur, Lockbox, Clawdaddy’s
Alfalfa has mutton barbecue, catfish, hot Browns during Kentucky night on Wednesday
Former Four Roses master distillery Jim Rutledge building own distillery