‘It’s going to be a big shock’: As tax season begins, here’s why your refund might be lower this year Monday, Jan 23 2023 

As tax filing season begins, you should know the IRS has warned refunds may be smaller this year.


$45 million distribution center opens in Louisville, creates 80 full-time jobs Thursday, Jan 12 2023 

PACCAR Parts, a distributor of aftermarket parts for heavy- and medium-duty trucks, trailers, buses and engines, had its ribbon cutting on Thursday.


Kentucky House committee advances priority tax cut measure Thursday, Jan 5 2023 

A Kentucky House panel has advanced a bill calling for a deeper cut in the state’s individual income tax rate.


‘Momentum keeps building’: Three properties to be developed in south Clarksville Wednesday, Dec 21 2022 

The town will be developing a $226 million investment consisting of two mixed-use luxury apartment communities and a third project, to be confirmed at a later date.


Change to Kentucky sales tax on services coming next year Wednesday, Dec 14 2022 

This means businesses, including apartment owners, landlords and those who own more than one property, will be taxed on basic utility services starting Jan. 1.


Louisville businesses already feeling impact of potential for recession Thursday, Nov 17 2022 

A regional economic update came amid high inflation nationally and multiple interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve in 2022.


Governor: Kentucky on course for record budget surplus again Friday, Nov 4 2022 

Gov. Andy Beshear calls it a sign of economic strength even as the country struggles with inflation.


Highlands Housing Inequality report releases findings Friday, Oct 28 2022 

District 8 doesn't have a single housing voucher being used, which means affordable Section 8 housing is non-existent according to the report.


Funding to assist economic development projects throughout Kentucky Thursday, Oct 20 2022 

Nine eastern Kentucky counties will receive a total of $24.4 million in funding for economic development projects.


Latest inflation numbers paint grim picture for economy Friday, Oct 14 2022 

The consumer price index rose .4 percent from August to September, which is higher than expected.


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