Kentucky experienced solid employment gains across most major sectors in October 2019 said the UK’s Center for Business and Economic Research.
A $4 million grant received by several Kentucky colleges and organizations demonstrates the power of partnership while paving the way to bring dozens of new med-tech and health-related companies to life across the state in the coming years.
Churchill Downs begins work next month on a $300 million project that includes a hotel, racing machines, new seating and a Millionaires Row renovation.
There are other cities with dominant healthcare industries and venture capital, but Louisville is where you go to make real change in the senior-care space.
MHS, a leading supplier of material handling, automation, and software products, recently opened its newly expanded $20 million facility in Mt. Washington.
Kentucky is the first state in the nation to pilot a certification process that ensures college graduates are ready for the workforce with essential employability skills.
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has reached a major milestone, completing its 100th bridge restoration project through the transformational Bridging Kentucky Program.
Kentucky’s largest transportation initiative since the Ohio River Bridges Project has hired its design build team.
Demand for Kentucky made bourbon continues to grow, setting records every year. More than 2.1 million barrels of spirits were produced in the Bluegrass State in 2018. The last time Kentucky distillers filled that many barrels was 1967.
Eastern Kentucky residents were participants in a yearlong program that highlighted benefits of increased access to healthcare. Workshops promoted preventive care and chronic disease self-management.