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The CJPAC Justice Reinvestment Work Group is projecting that Kentucky’s inmate population will increase by 19 percent over the next ten years.
The appointments come to the Kentucky Board of Optometric Examiners and the Hazard Community & Technical College Board of Directors.
Gov. Matt Bevin announced today Taeyang Metal Industrial Co. Ltd. will invest nearly $15.6 million to establish a manufacturing plant in Franklin.
Bojangles’, Inc. is seeking experienced, motivated multi-unit franchise owners to spearhead the brand’s growth in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.
Plan participants will have access to the same services and programs as the fitness centers’ standard members, including waiver of all enrollment fees.
Last month, the Labor Cabinet recouped $57,401.01 in unpaid wages for Kentucky workers.
Kentucky universities are reaching out to recruit former students with a high number of credit hours back to college to finish their bachelor’s degrees.
The estimate shows that a new teacher starting at age 24 and working until age 61 will start retirement with $1.59 million.
Unemployment rates fell in 102 Kentucky counties, stayed the same in five and rose in 13 counties between Sept. 2016 and Sept. 2017.