Somerset-Pulaski Co. announces expansion of inmate training program

he Somerset-Pulaski County Economic Development Authority (SPEDA) introduced an evolving initiative to grow Pulaski’s workforce while helping incarcerated men and women gain a new start on life after their release.

Lake Cumberland Regional Industrial Complex unveiled in Russell County

The complex is much more than an industrial park, it’s the interconnected entities that have lent to the success of industries located here.

Business courts will make Kentucky more attractive for business, Supreme Court Justice Hughes tells lawmakers

Justice Hughes and Jakubowicz both said business courts will be positive for all parties involved, increasing access for all litigants, as well as improving the efficiency, timeliness, and consistency in the judicial process.

Humana and Microsoft announce multiyear strategic partnership to reimagine health in aging population

The strategic partnership aims to build modern health care solutions to help improve member health and simply healthcare experiences.

Kentucky Bourbon Festival To Return For 29th Year

Set in the Bourbon Capital of the World®, the Kentucky Bourbon Festival will be back for its 29th year in 2020. Bourbon is booming in the commonwealth.

Louisville Lands Professional Women’s Soccer Team

Growing soccer city Louisville will be home to a new National Women’s Soccer League team in 2021, called Proof Louisville FC.

Kentucky experienced solid employment gains in October

Kentucky experienced solid employment gains across most major sectors in October 2019 said the UK’s Center for Business and Economic Research.

$4M grant will transform Kentucky’s healthcare startup ecosystem

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 project includes hotel, gaming, new seats

Churchill Downs begins work next month on a $300 million project that includes a hotel, racing machines, new seating and a Millionaires Row renovation.

Louisville at center of an effort to transform senior care in America

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.