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    Thursday, April 18, 2019
    A new senior assisted living and memory care community is being planned for Boyle County.   The new facility will be built on 6.3 acres at the intersection of Davco Drive and U.S. 127 South, according to a news release from DMK Development Group out of Louisville and Trilogy Management Services. It will feature 56 assisted living and 25 memory care apartments, made up of studio, one-bedroom and ...read more
    Categories: General News Article, Economic
    Wednesday, April 17, 2019
    What a fantastic story behind Luca Mariano Distillery, the vision of its founder Francesco Viola, and the long-awaited release of its Old Americana Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey--distilled and aged right here in Danville, Kentucky! Read the article here.
    Categories: Economic, General News Article
    Friday, April 12, 2019
    "So if you tell me there’s a place right down the road that’s going to have eight possibilities of somebody that’s going to show up for work on time … they’re going to be drug free, they’re going to appreciate a job, you know — when are you going to build the next one? To me, I just see it as a huge opportunity.”-- Joey Harris, Plant Manager, Denyo Manufacturing Corporation  Thanks to the Boyle ...read more
    Categories: Economic, General News Article
    Monday, April 08, 2019
    By:  Brian Hutzley, Guest Columnist As Centre College’s chief financial officer, I have now enjoyed living in Danville for two and a half years and have become actively involved in the community in numerous ways. These include serving on the boards of the Community Arts Center, the Boyle County Chamber of Commerce, and our community’s Economic Development Partnership (EDP), all important ...read more
    Categories: Economic, General News Article
    Friday, March 29, 2019
    THE WORD IS OUT! Asuka Japanese Steak House & Sushi is coming to Danville, and will locate in the Centre Estates development next to/east of Cattleman's Roadhouse. Thanks to the great work of Bluegrass Team and The Gibson Company Commercial Real Estate for helping make this prospective new restaurant a reality!  Develop Danville is pleased to support this project. We look forward to further ...read more
    Categories: General News Article, Economic
    Tuesday, March 19, 2019
    There are 65 new jobs in Danville today. Denyo Manufacturing held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday morning to celebrate the opening of its new expansion, a 63,000-square-foot facility dedicated to sheet metal fabrication, for use in the generators and air compressors made at the factory. Read the entire article here.
    Categories: Economic, General News Article
    Friday, March 01, 2019
    A whiskey company building rickhouses for bourbon storage on the west edge of Danville is acquiring additional land from the Boyle County Industrial Foundation in order to keep building. Read the rest of the article here.
    Categories: Economic, General News Article
    Friday, February 22, 2019
    Not only has MSN named Danville as the most beautiful college town in Kentucky, now College Factual has found Danville to be one of the best locations in the nation for students seeking a great education, among 36,000 cities analyzed. Among the best colleges in the US, CollegeFactual ranks Centre College #117 in the country and #1 in Kentucky. Read more here.
    Categories: Community, Economic, Education, General News Article
    Wednesday, February 20, 2019
    By:  Ennis Tillman & Erin Tipton The Workforce Development Committee and its recently established subcommittees are working diligently to support the five core objectives as outlined in the Economic Development Strategic Plan. The WDC efforts were broadened and deepened by the addition of five active subcommittees, consisting of members from local and area educational institutions, industries, ...read more
    Categories: Economic, Education, General News Article
    Thursday, February 14, 2019
    Job-seekers, employers, those in need of substance abuse treatment and parents in Boyle County have a new way to find what they need: a community resource directory compiled by Develop Danville’s Workforce Development Committee. Read the full article here.
    Categories: General News Article
    Wednesday, February 13, 2019
    By:  Steve RinehartIn 2007, a regional focus group of employers was hosted by the Danville-Boyle County Chamber’s Workforce Development Committee to hear and comment on the results of an employer survey that had been conducted by the Bluegrass Area Development District (BGADD) in 17 central Kentucky counties, including Boyle.  Read the rest of the column here.
    Categories: Economic, Education, General News Article
    Wednesday, February 06, 2019
    By:  Steve Rinehart Whether it is during an election season (when candidates tout the number of jobs created or make promises about jobs that will be created), or nearly any other time when economic growth or workforce development is discussed, the conversation seems to always center around the need for jobs, attracting jobs, and retaining jobs. Those discussions rarely acknowledge the fact ...read more
    Categories: Economic, Education, General News Article
    Tuesday, January 29, 2019
    Danville City Commission has unanimously agreed to fund the remaining $78,000 needed for Bluegrass Community & Technical College’s expansion. According to Dr. Erin Tipton, campus director, since the school has now received the required $1 million in matching community funds, it will be able to “pull down” the $2.736 million in grant funding promised by the Kentucky Workforce Initiative. Read the ...read more
    Categories: General News Article
    Friday, October 09, 2015
    By David BrockThe Advocate-Messenger A Danville distillery and it’s scientific sister company are moving more quickly than originally thought toward plans for expansion and a shared new home. Danville-Boyle County Planning and Zoning commissioners approved a modified site plan Wednesday for the future home of Wilderness Trail Distillery on Lebanon Road. The updated design incorporates Ferm ...read more
    Categories: Economic, General News Article
    Friday, October 09, 2015
    Independent Healthcare Properties and Morning Pointe Senior Living are set to break ground on a new campus in Danville, marking its ninth such community in the commonwealth. The first phase of the $25 million senior campus in central Kentucky will create 200 construction jobs and this time next year another 65 people will be employed in permanent health care positions, according to a press ...read more
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