Business & Development

The city is one of 10 finalists in the T-Mobile Hometown Techover competition. The winner will be announced later this summer.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Hayes, the former Kentucky New Era publisher, will fill the vacancy created by Kelli Pendleton's departure in March.
By Jennifer P. Brown
The three awards from the Public Media Journalists Association come on the heels of several other recent honors for the radio station, including a regional Edward R. Murrow Award and the 2021 Al Smith Award for public service journalism.
By WKMS
Owners Fred and Sharon Wilharm are sharing their progress as they restore the 1886 building on South Main Street.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Many in the region have seen federal money pass through their communities before, starting in 1964 when President Lyndon Johnson pitched his “War on Poverty” programs.
By Southerly
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack is one of the presenters at a free, online summit on how employers can help improve the rate of COVID-19 vaccinations in their communities.
By The Daily Yonder
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One goal is to do repairs that allow older adults to “age in place” instead of going to a nursing home.
By WKYU
Paxton Media Group has purchased Landmark Community Newspapers, a deal that gives the Paducah-based chain 120 publications in 14 states.
By Jennifer P. Brown
Kentucky New Era
Jung will be Jennie Stuart’s director of marketing and community relations beginning June 28.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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The state chamber and the public-policy school at UK say they will try to "find new ways to bridge Kentucky’s urban-rural divide" with a series of webinars called the Kentucky Public Policy Roundtable Series.
By The Rural Blog
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