The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday issued a report on racial inequality that lays out the steps required to make progress in the state.
Editor's Note: This article was updated Sunday, Jan. 10 at 9:08 p.m. to add information regarding the potential "community food hub" on Wilkinson Boulevard.
Frankfort business owner Jeevanjit “Jeevan” Malli can’t make any promises as to what will become of it, but work at what used to be Walkers Car Wash on Second Street is well underway to make room for what he intends to be a convenience store.
The Greenheck Group, which has a facility in Frankfort, announced on Wednesday that it has signed a letter of intent to acquire Metal Industries, a leading manufacturer of grilles, registers, diffusers and air terminal products used in commercial and institutional buildings.
The City of Frankfort embraced the season of giving Friday, handing out $5,000 checks, funded by federal CARES Act money, to local businesses affected by COVID-19 economic restrictions.
A former president of Whitaker Bank was sentenced to 12 months in federal prison after previously pleading guilty to embezzlement by a bank officer.
This Saturday, Pic-Pac building owner Charles Booe will open the building to nonprofit organizations to give away the final items of what remained from a small flea market run out of the space.
Since mid-October the Franklin County Health Department has cited numerous establishments for allegedly violating Gov. Andy Beshear’s COVID-19 orders.
When the Frankfort City Commission voted to purchase the property once home to the beloved Pic-Pac Grocery for $390,000 on Thursday, Mayor Bill May and several commissioners emphasized that the next board would decide its use.
A revitalized residential corridor lined with 11 renovated homes off Holmes Street is up for sale for well over $1.4 million, according to real estate agent William Moore.
For Kelli Kinman and Victoria Howard, Friday was more of a normal shopping experience than what they’ve come to expect during the nation’s traditionally most busy shopping day.
2020 has not been the best year for Kentuckians due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and that includes retail businesses, which say it poses unusual circumstances for the holiday shopping season.
Kentucky Capital Development Corp. President and CEO Terri Bradshaw this week released a set of stark numbers on growth in Frankfort and Franklin County.
The Frankfort/Franklin County Planning Commission unanimously approved the development plan for a mixed-use development at 772 Wilkinson Blvd. Thursday evening.
A Lexington-based company is seeking a zoning change for the Versailles Road property that formerly housed the Frankfort Country Club, but plans for the land no longer include a townhome development.
Since mid-August, 15 local establishments have been cited by the Franklin County Health Department for violating Gov. Andy Beshear’s COVID-19 face covering order.
Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday congratulated a steel wheel manufacturer for the North American passenger car and light truck markets on the completion of a $38 million renovation of its Frankfort plant.
October is Industry Appreciation Month, and the Kentucky Capital Development Corporation (KCDC) wants to take this opportunity to thank our local industry for all they bring to our community. Throughout the next year KCDC, the Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Frankfort Inc. (DFI) will partn…
The Frankfort Area Chamber Board of Directors has announced that Suzanne “Suzy” Hosley has been named interim president/CEO of the Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce.
The fate of a Lexington company’s plans to construct multi-family housing on a prime piece of Versailles Road property will be determined at a public hearing hosted by the Frankfort/Franklin County Planning Commission at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 15.
One of the first things three Meritor employees noticed when they arrived at The Kings Center for a check presentation recently was that the picnic tables out front of the organization were quite literally on their last legs.
Paula Anderson, who has served as interim leader of the YMCA of Central Kentucky for the past year, has officially been named the organization’s president and chief executive officer.
The Frankfort City Commission heard public comments Wednesday related to the latest proposed Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Development District, and all participants urged local officials to support its creation.