Roughly 19 months after the Capital Plaza Tower was imploded, Frankfort will officially welcome the Mayo-Underwood Building downtown at a dedication ceremony Wednesday afternoon.
The next time you stop in the Franklin County Humane Society building, you might notice that the walls are a little brighter.
Dr. D. Patrick Peters DMD, CEO of Family Dental Center of Frankfort, KY and Family Dental Associates of Louisville, KY, has received a continuum of education of implant dentistry "Teeth in a Day" from the world renowned Pikos Institute.
After many years in the Franklin Square Shopping Center, VisionFirst is now moving to a larger and more convenient location just across the street to 315 Leonardwood Drive (next to O’Charley’s)
Editor's note: In a Wednesday news story about Monday night's Frankfort City Commission meeting, The State Journal inaccurately reported the actions of the city's Architectural Review Board on plans for the property at 300 Washington St. This article sets the record straight.
Andy D. Waters, President and CEO of Community Trust and Investment Company (CTIC), is pleased to announce that CTIC’s Wealth and Trust Management (WTM) team will host an investment seminar, ‘Intelligent Investing: 3 Keys to Success’, at Frankfort Country Club on Thursday, September 26, 2019.
No sooner did Nikki Martin’s two daughters start walking and they were dancing. Hailey, 15, started taking dance lessons when she was 3 and Addison, 11, was soon to follow in her footprints, beginning instruction at 2.
FRANKFORT – Expree Credit Union, formerly KECU, hosted its official ribbon cutting this week after changing the name of the 80-year-old financial institution and unveiling a new brand.
YMCA of Central Kentucky President and CEO David Martorano will step down Nov. 1 to begin a new role with YMCA of the USA (Y-USA), and his replacement has been named.
Several Frankfort and Franklin County organizations will receive a total of $78,500 at Buffalo Trace Distillery's 19th annual Contribution to the Community reception Thursday at the Elmer T. Lee Clubhouse.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — Over the weekend, local Auctioneer Jonathan Noel of Noel Auctioneers competed in and won the Inaugural “Battle of the Bluegrass” Bid Calling Championship. A total 37 auctioneers from across the country were slated to compete for the coveted title of Champion in the event hel…
Truck access, parking, public art and one property dispute arose during the first public hearing on preliminary plans for a $12 million overhaul of the roadway and streetscape of a major downtown corridor.
Inc. magazine revealed that Al’s Complete Lawn Care was ranked No. 3880 in the 2019 Inc. 5000 list, the annual ranking of the fastest-growing private American companies.
As Frankfort considers an ordinance that would ease restrictions on open alcoholic containers downtown during designated hours, city commissioners have approved a request that would allow for more package stores per capita in the city.
Frankfort city commissioners will have a special meeting Thursday to review preliminary roadway and streetscape plans for a more than $12 million overhaul of a major downtown corridor.
The familiar scent of bourbon wafted through the mingling festival-goers at the inaugural Bourbon on the Banks at River View Park Saturday evening.
Frankfort Plant Board members decided Tuesday to ditch their media campaign for a Tanglewood reservoir replacement but took a step toward installing electrical vehicle charging stations in the city.
Area legislators stressed the importance of the November general election and gave a sneak peak at the primary issues facing the 2020 General Assembly at the annual Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce Legislative Luncheon Thursday.
The Kentucky Public Service Commission approved the sale of eight small sewer systems, including one in Franklin County, to a Missouri-based company that promises to correct longstanding problems with a majority of the systems.
The Versailles Road location of the fast-food seafood restaurant, which sustained significant structural damage in an early-morning fire in February 2018, is slated to open its new building on Sept. 9.
Hoping to encourage Covington and Northern Kentucky bourbon tourists to trickle south and west to Frankfort and Bardstown, the three tourism commissions announced the launch of a new digital marketing initiative — Come Find Bourbon, with the first letter of the slogan representative of each …
"If you're cut off from the Internet, you're cut off from the world in today's society," said Frankfort resident Roy Collins.
A race relations group will be paying respects next week to a recently closed South Frankfort grocery store that acted as a lifeline for one of Frankfort's ethnically diverse communities.
A board tasked with gathering input for the Downtown Master Plan has disbanded and handed over responsibilities of implementing the plan to Downtown Frankfort Inc.
Two residents recently bought both sides of a building that was previously Frankfort's firehouse with plans to restore it to the look of its heyday.