Growth in the Kentucky/Indiana and Kentucky/Cincinnati regions has been increasingly apparent over the last few years. CompMed announced an expansion in Newport, near Cincinnati and a Louisville-based healthcare company recently expanded operations to Jeffersonville.
CompMed’s investment will include new space to accommodate additional staff — this expansion comes in response to demand from new and existing customers.
This August, barn doors will open to reveal a farmer’s plaza, four restaurants and what founders hope will be a new cultural hub for Louisville.
The Waterfront Botanical Gardens are a creation of Botanica, a Kentucky-based gardening organization with goals of improving sustainability.
The commonwealth is home to nearly 14,000 bridges and 80,000 miles of roadway, and they are in terrible shape, says Reps Miller and Santoro.
Japan is the largest international investor in Kentucky, with Japanese-owned companies operating more than 190 facilities and employing 46,000 people.
An annual report measuring the health and well-being of Kentucky children shows progress in 9 categories, including the children without health insurance, children living in poverty and children whose parents lack secure employment.
Louisville-based PharmaCord will invest more than $52 million to launch its Indiana operations at the River Ridge Commerce Center.
47 rural communities and regions will receive technical assistance to help create and implement long-term economic development plans.
Phase One of the Beecher Terrace project has already gotten started and will have a major impact on the city’s look when it’s done.