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Kentucky counties find innovative ways to attract businesses, families

RICHMOND AND SOMERSET, Ky. (WTVQ) - This week some state lawmakers talked about economic development and how to make the state look more attractive...

Investment board approves $39 million in bonds for hotel project

Developers hope to start work as early as summer 2021.

Area counties get $1.7 million for ag business, jobs, education efforts

Projects and programs approved span the diverse array of Kentucky agriculture

Applications sought for mine-reclamation projects

Prior projects include adventure campgrounds, drone facility.

Progress vs. Preservation: challenges with Lexington’s growing population

Driving through Lexington you'll notice the streets are busier, more houses being built and older homes renovated.

New development coming to Lexington’s east side

The building, called The MET, will include retail on the first floor, including a grocery store and a restaurant.

Firm breaks ground on Kentucky hemp manufacturing facility

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - A company has broken ground on a facility to develop and manufacture hemp-based products in Kentucky. State officials say the facility...

Major opioid maker to pay for overdose-antidote development

NATIONAL. (ASSOCIATED PRESS) - A company whose prescription opioid marketing practices are being blamed for sparking a nationwide overdose and addiction crisis says it's...

Kentucky communities to receive awards for downtown projects

Communities around Kentucky are receiving awards for downtown development projects.

City workforce grants support job training, economic development

Lexington now accepting workforce grants designed to support non-profit agencies that offer job training and economic development services.

Study: Toyota supports almost 30,000 jobs in Kentucky

New numbers reveal what most of us already know, Toyota has a major economic impact on all of Kentucky. In fact, a study commissioned by the company shows it supports almost 30 thousand jobs statewide.

3 more Kentucky counties certified as work ready

Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet Secretary Hal Heiner said in a statement that Bullitt, Montgomery and Trigg counties have been added to the official list of Kentucky Work Ready Communities.

Maxim Crane Works: Cranes at CentrePointe waiting for order to work

Controversy surrounding the CentrePointe project continues to swirl.

Bevin fills job in Governor’s Office of Agriculture Policy

Gov. Matt Bevin has appointed a veteran farm policy official to the job as the executive director of the Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy.

Initiative focuses on behavioral health of foster children

State officials say a new initiative will lead to better behavioral health care for children in the foster care system.

Study: Investments in KY Ag Development Fund projects double farm income

Researchers from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture estimate that Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund investments from 2007 through 2014 average $2.03 in farm income for every dollar invested in KADF projects.

Kentucky development fund offers grants for economic impact

The Kentucky Appalachian Regional Development Fund is now available to give local organizations opportunities to create regional economic impact.

Sept. 18 deadline for weather-related unemployment insurance

Officials from the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet today announced that four Kentucky counties have qualified for Disaster Unemployment Assistance.

Beshear asks for review of workforce development money

Gov. Steve Beshear has asked for an investigation into allegations of mismanagement of federal money by the state Cabinet for Education and Workforce Development.

Beshear heading to Europe for economic development trip

Gov. Steve Beshear is leaving Saturday for an economic development trip to Germany and Sweden.

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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".