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.
For three decades, there was always a big breakfast buffet that turned into an all-day party at The Office Pub and Deli in Frankfort.
On Aug. 14, Terri Bradshaw, president and CEO of the Kentucky Capital Development Corp., sent an email to Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce board members saying she was resigning as an ex-officio member of the Chamber board.
The Franklin County Fiscal Court on Thursday unanimously approved a tax rebate for a company that plans to add 90 jobs at its Frankfort facility.
Carmen Inman, a fixture in the local business community, will be stepping down as president and CEO of the Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce in mid-October.
It seems the African proverb rings true. It does take a village to raise a child, especially during a global health pandemic.
Friends, neighbors and strangers have been leaving flowers, mementos and notes at the specialty coffee shop on Broadway to honor the memory of its owner.
Buffalo Trace Distillery has survived Prohibition, the Great Depression, numerous floods, two world wars and is now navigating through a global health pandemic, all while never ceasing to make whiskey.
After years of sitting vacant, the old Simon Warehouse at Broadway and Ann streets and a building at 100 Broadway that sits next to the former furniture storage facility may finally be put to use.
In trying to point out the need for more industry in Franklin County, Terri Bradshaw often says that only nine acres of land in the county is “truly developable.”
After a year of consideration and preparation, the United Way of Franklin County will merge with the regional United Way of the Bluegrass effective Saturday, according to officials with both organizations.
Frankfort Regional Medical Center is partnering with UK Healthcare’s Kentucky Children’s Hospital to assume management of the local hospital’s Level II neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
Bars will have to close and restaurants must cut their indoor capacity to 25%, from 50%, under Gov. Andy Beshear's latest orders to control the surge of the coronavirus in Kentucky.
Kentucky Knows, a specialty coffee retailer in Downtown Frankfort, will be closed until further notice following a “serious vehicular accident” involving owner Tony Davis.
The Frankfort City Commission passed a multifaceted motion for work at Fort Hill but not before some spirited discussion Monday evening.
Downtown Frankfort restaurants said Monday that the governor's new capacity restrictions on indoor dining might not be as bad for them as one might think.
Kentucky Capital Development Corp. has joined a growing list of business organizations that have signed a letter in support of creating a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) district to facilitate the development of the former Capital Plaza land known as Parcels B and C.
Kentucky Capital Development Corp. board members have a dilemma. The organization, which was created to bring industry and jobs to Franklin County, is running out of developable property.
The city will close St. Clair Street to vehicular traffic three evenings a week to offer more outdoor dining options for downtown restaurants.
Kentucky Capital Development Corp. President and CEO Terri Bradshaw has been recognized by Industry Era magazine as one of the 10 best CEOs of 2020.