Payment Alliance International today announced it has been named 2017 Business of the Year by Louisville Business First.
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Gov. Matt Bevin's appointment comes to the State Board of Physical Therapy.
Kentuckiana Curb Company Inc. plans to invest $24.5 million on an expanded facility in Louisville, preserving 72 jobs and creating 63 additional positions.
The UK College of Medicine announced Monday plans to develop a regional medical school campus in Northern Kentucky for four-year medical education.
Homecare Products Inc. will invest $650,000 and create 10 full-time jobs with the expansion of its facility in Morganfield.
Optical distributor ABB Optical plans to invest $27 million in an expanded facility in Florence, preserving 50 jobs and create 173 additional positions.
Contract packager Resolve Packaging plans to invest $12.46 million in a new facility in Hebron, preserving 40 jobs and create 36 additional positions.
Ironton Enterprises, a producer of merchant pig iron plans to invest $45.12 million in a new facility in West Paducah.
Murray will get 120 jobs paying an average of $19 per hour when a planned $50 million manufacturing and distribution facility from DAE-IL USA Inc. opens.
Fourteen more “An Evening with the Eagles” concerts have been added to the band’s 2018 tour including an April 10, 2018 stop at Rupp Arena in downtown...