Glenn Waldrop had originally decided that he would retire from his position in state government in November and see his son graduate high school before he would take on another job. When Downtown Frankfort Inc. Executive Director Kelly Everman announced her departure, Waldrop’s plans changed.
Following a warehouse fire this summer that caused bourbon to spill into the Kentucky River, Jim Beam Brands Co. will pay fines to the state of Kentucky.
William “Bill” Alverson has announced that he will retire at the end of the year as chief executive officer for Traditional Bank, which expanded into Frankfort in 2018.
Now in its second year, Frankfort High School’s Jobs for America’s Graduates program is helping students find a multitude of opportunities for postgraduate paths.
Nearly a year ago, Frankfort residents Karl Lawrence and Kevin Newton announced plans to open a pub in downtown Frankfort by spring 2019.
Franklin County’s Kentucky Capital Development Corporation recently received a $2,000 investment from the Lexington-Bluegrass Association of Realtors (LBAR), according to a press release.
Perhaps you remember one of his motels, or his Dairy Freeze with an accompanying trampoline park. Perhaps he sodded your lawn. Maybe, you live in one of the 18 houses he built.
Jamie Cason thought moving his mom, Lynn. from Tennessee to his home in Kentucky would help him care for her after her stroke. But they soon realized it wasn’t enough. She needed to have someone with her during the day – and both Jamie and his wife work full time.
Earlier this year, a landmark South Frankfort business closed. Now, residents are looking for an alternative place to buy their groceries.
Tracy Averill and Ralph LeCompte, the owners of the Silo Ridge Wood Shop, recently had their work on display with hundreds of artists at a premier art show in Louisville.
According to a recent report, finances continue to be one of the major issues that affects relationships. There are all sorts of problems that can have a negative impact on trust and the healthiness of a relationship, but finances have been a major bone of contention for many decades, with a…
It’s the fall of 2019 and holiday season is approaching. You may be thinking if this is the right time to invest or save your money for the later. It may or may not be the right time to invest but one thing is certain. In order to grow, you need to increase your capital and for that you need…
For many young inventors – and older ones – who are entering the world of inventions for the first time, it can be difficult to know what to do. You have a fantastic idea burning inside you, but you have no idea what to do with it – that can be extremely frustrating.
“It’s crazy, but it’s worth it,” said Ruby Compton as she waited in line to buy a box of candles at the Candleberry Co. warehouse early Friday morning.
The City of Frankfort recently named Lexington-based insurance agency Roeding Insurance as its new broker, ending a 54-year business relationship with Chenault and Hoge Insurance of Frankfort.
After West Main Street’s Pollo Bandido closed its doors in September, the owners of Riverboat Grill didn’t hesitate to seize the opportunity to put a new restaurant into the space.
When you are looking to invest in the modern world it is important to do as much as you can to get the best possible ROI. Money is tighter than ever these days, so it is important to make the choices that are going to allow you to bring in additional income and help you feel a little more fi…
New Frankfort Development LLC has big plans for Parcels B and C, the former Capital Plaza property, if its bid is accepted by the state Finance and Administration Cabinet on Friday.
Art’s Electric, a mainstay in the Frankfort community for nearly 50 years, has announced a name change and a new location to go along with its new identity.
Will the lone bid be accepted for Parcels B and C, the former Capital Plaza land that community and state leaders hope to see redeveloped and put on the tax rolls as a catalyst for downtown revitalization?
Frankfort Mayor Bill May’s brother-in-law is in business with the lone bidder on Parcels B and C, the former Capital Plaza property that state and local officials hope to redevelop as the catalyst for downtown revitalization.
State Journal reporters take to the streets for this weekly feature in which we ask for your opinions on a variety of topics — some weighty, some light.
Many locals were stunned to learn that two parcels of prime downtown Frankfort real estate received only a single offer of $1,000 during Wednesday’s sealed bid opening at the newly dedicated Mayo-Underwood Building. However, supporters of downtown revitalization are grateful a developer is w…