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UPDATE: Looking at return-to-work incentives, assistance: Beshear

Chamber also urges return-to-work incentives

Legislators tell Somerset Chamber they’ll rein in governor’s powers

By Al Cross/Kentucky Health News Chafing under Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear's executive orders, several Republican legislators said Thursday evening the General Assembly will rein in...

Chamber starts small business grant program

Grants available up to $1000

Kentucky city’s chamber raises money to promote job growth

The chamber of commerce for Kentucky's largest city says it has raised about $6 million.

Chamber recognizes 14 legislators as MVPs of the 2018 General Assembly

The 2018 General Assembly passed major reforms that will help move the state forward.

Mitch McConnell interrupted as Trump protests continue

Two protesters interrupted Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's speech before a suit-and-tie crowd at a local chamber of commerce luncheon to demand he speak with them.

UPDATE: Mitch McConnell fields protesters’ questions

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell fielded a series of heated questions during his first speech in a tour of Kentucky during the congressional recess.

Sevierville Chamber of Commerce 9-30

Doug High sits down with Amanda Marr, with the Sevierville Chamber of Commerce, to talk about all the activities and adventure available with a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains.

Bissett to leave coal association for Huntington chamber job

The president of the Kentucky Coal Association is stepping down to lead a regional chamber of commerce in West Virginia.

Kentucky chamber launches pension awareness campaign

The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce says it will pay for billboards and newspaper ads to raise awareness about Kentucky's public pension debt.

Chamber says cuts coming to Fort Campbell

The head of the Christian County Chamber of Commerce says the Fort Campbell area should be prepared for budget cuts to happen at the military post.

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New outreach program serving in local communities

Community outreach programs have teamed up to bring resources and hope directly into communities in need.

Hops and Vine Festival celebrates local business

Apollo Pizza turns 40 this year and held it's birthday celebration during the annual Hops and Vine Festival.

Music comes to Midway with first local music festival

Local sponsors put on the first music festival in Midway on Saturday.

The Nest hosts first in-person event of the year

This year's annual Family Fun Day by The Nest was themed "safety".