Category - May 2010

Somerset

Gator Made Inc. is investing $300,000 to expand its operations in Somerset, where it produces utility trailers, goosenecks and cargo trailers. Gator Made plans...

Raceland

The (Ashland) Independent reports that 125 employees have been furloughed indefinitely from Progress Rail Services Corp.’s Raceland Heavy Repair Shop, which...

Paducah

Paducah-based Waterway Innovations has been approved for up to $150,000 in funding from the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development’s High-Tech Investment...

Northern Kentucky

St. Elizabeth Healthcare has converted its current paper-based medical record system to the Epic electronic medical record system, a move that is part of the...

Louisville

Raytheon Missile Systems is investing $3 million to expand its operation in Louisville. The company, which has operated in Louisville since 1996, plans to...

Lexington

Lexmark International has formed a new division that is focused on enhancing the company’s ability to service and support federal government agencies. Lexmark...

Georgetown

Two Georgetown companies, Green Metals Inc. and ARK Inc. (American Recyclers of Kentucky), have merged to create a total waste management support firm with 204...

Florence

A reduced racing schedule for the 2010 winter/spring meet left Turfway Park with significant declines in on-track and all-sources handle compared to the same...

Danville

Caterpillar Track Components has announced plans to invest some $2.8 million to expand operations at its plant in Boyle County, where it produces components...

Campbellsville

Campbellsville University is expanding the bachelor and graduate degree programs being offered at its Louisville campus. New offerings include a masters of...

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