“Kentucky continues to face the uphill climb that has been its reality for some time. But we believe there is no better time for action than now.”
The Civil Engineering Scholarship is for students focusing on a four-year degree in engineering who attend the University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, Western Kentucky University, or Kentucky State University.
Jeffersonville-based pet insurer PetFirst covers dogs and cats across the country. PetFirst’s acquisition by insurance giant MetLife signals continued strength in the growing pet insurance industry.
LeanCor Supply Chain Group LLC plans to add 53 full-time jobs in Northern Kentucky while investing $4.4 million in moving its headquarters to a larger office building in Boone County.
Luckett & Farley has partnered with the Veteran’s Club to design a tiny home community, called Camp Restoration, to help house homeless veterans.
UK has made major headway on the The Winslow Project, a transformative town-gown real-estate deal to secure major retail and parking options for campus.
The complex is much more than an industrial park, it’s the interconnected entities that have lent to the success of industries located here.
Churchill Downs begins work next month on a $300 million project that includes a hotel, racing machines, new seating and a Millionaires Row renovation.
Leaders announced $750 million in upcoming projects, as well as 1,000 jobs. The largest of the projects is a $220 million maintenance facility.
Plans include replacing the current grandstand with a $150 million racing and gambling facility. “Our team is poised to restore Turfway to its former glory,” said Churchill Downs president Kevin Flanery.