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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.

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Frankfort residents gathered in front of the Old State Capitol for a town tradition Thursday evening — marking the first day of the 2019 Candlelight.

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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…

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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…

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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. 

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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…

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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.

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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…

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Editor's note: This story was updated at 9:55 a.m. Oct. 17 to correct the name of Kentucky Capital Development Corp. Director Terri Bradshaw.

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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)

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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.