Buffalo Trace Distillery’s parent company, Sazerac Co., has increased production of hand sanitizer at three additional locations in Kentucky and Indiana.
There are local businesses that have been able to stay open during the coronavirus pandemic, but that hasn’t come without struggles.
Like many distilleries across the country, Sazerac Co. — the largest producer of distilled spirits in the U.S. and the parent company of Buffalo Trace — has started production of hand sanitizer to fill a need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week, for the first time since The State Journal moved into its building on Wilkinson Boulevard in the 1990s, the newspaper isn’t being assembled each day from the location. Despite the office being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is still business as usual for journalists an…
The Farmdale Sanitation District is one step closer to receiving an upgrade that officials say will open the area to industrial and residential development.
Frankfort retailers are making alternative plans after Gov. Andy Beshear issued an order mandating all nonessential Kentucky retail businesses to close to in-person traffic by 8 p.m. Monday.
Editor's note: This story was updated at 7:07 a.m. on March 24 to include comments from Western Hills High School football coach Don Miller.
During a time when many residents are losing their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic, many Frankfort businesses are hiring, according to Terri Bradshaw, executive director of Kentucky Capital Development Corp.
Thanks to the spread of the highly contagious respiratory virus COVID-19, social distancing is quickly becoming more than just a recommendation.
Gov. Andy Beshear’s order to close in-store dining for restaurants has left local establishments turning all their attention to their carry-out or drive-through business.
Due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus, Liberty Hall Historic Site will be closed to the public until further notice and tours as well as three events have been cancelled.
Area child care centers are working with families and staff to make sure it’s a smooth transition when centers statewide close by gubernatorial order Friday.
Folks flocked to hair, nail and tanning salons Wednesday to get some last-minute primping done before the industry was forced to shutter its doors at 5 p.m. on the governor’s orders.
As of Saturday morning, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19, or novel coronavirus, in Franklin County, but Frankfort Regional Medical Center is taking precautions anyway.
The first year Craig Blanton and Scott King opened DaVinci’s Pizza most of the crew, with the exception of Blanton, came down with the flu.
While across the country, conventions and conference planners are canceling their events due to fear of spreading the coronavirus, tourism officials and business in central Kentucky are waiting and watching.
As the proposed increased excise and wholesale tax on e-cigarettes/nicotine vaporizers that passed the Kentucky House of Representatives sits in committee review in the Senate Appropriations and Revenue Committee, local vape shop owners are playing a waiting game.
Frankfort Regional Medical Center and UK HealthCare have announced a partnership to enhance and expand the scope of cardiovascular services offered at the Frankfort hospital.
The discount retailer, currently located in Century Plaza, will move into its new building next to Harbor Freight and across from Chick-Fil-A at 1300 U.S. 127 South on Thursday, March 26.
Who will be ranking candidates based on their answers to a questionnaire developed by the Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce, Kentucky Capital Development Corp. and Downtown Frankfort Inc.?
Frankfort real estate developer and humanitarian C. Michael Davenport, a self-made success story, died Friday morning in Indiana. He was 61.
Seven months ago, lightning struck two Jim Beam warehouses in Woodford County, starting a fire that destroyed thousands of barrels of bourbon and polluted the nearby creek, killing hundreds of fish.
A proposed industrial zoning change on historical property near the Woodford County line will be heard by the Franklin County Fiscal Court at its March 26 meeting for a first reading.
The Frankfort/Franklin County Planning Commission will revisit a controversial zoning change on a historic farm property next week.
Frankfort’s first hemp trade show will come to the Capital Plaza Hotel later this month, highlighting the future of hemp and CBD products in Kentucky.
In an age of convenience when Uber and Lyft apps make hailing a ride as easy as pushing a few buttons, many local folks still rely on a less expensive option — public transportation.
It isn't every day that a business serves a community for 40 years, especially under the same leadership. But Robert “RB" Brown of State Farm Insurance has done just that.
State Journal Multimedia Marketing Consultant Meri Latek won five awards in the Kentucky Press Association’s 2019 Advertising Excellence Contest.