• Fourth IHOP in state could be in E’town

    Calling Elizabethtown and Kentucky an area of “great appeal,’’ vice president of operations for IHOP said the restaurant’s fourth franchise in the state could be in Elizabethtown.

    Creg Hagerman said Friday morning the company is “very, very close’’ on a deal to bring the signature pancake restaurant to Elizabethtown. IHOP, which has stores in Louisville, Lexington and Bowling Green, is in negotiations to move into the former Frisch’s location on North Dixie Avenue next to Cheddar’s.

  • Five members named to local Workforce Investment Board

    The Lincoln Trail Area Development District recently appointed five members to its Workforce Investment Board.

    Selected were Anthony Conder, assistant vice president and banking Center manager at The Cecilian Bank; Chris Ormes, pressman at American Fuji Seal, United Steel Workers; Kenneth Ritchie, assistant business manager and apprentice coordinator at International Brotherhood of Boilermakers; Tim Walker, mayor of Elizabethtown; and John Tindall Jr., a self-employed and retired military veteran.

  • E'town to get a new King

    Along with flame-broiled hamburgers and onion rings, the newest Burger King in Hardin County is bringing 50 new jobs.

    Construction started last week at the new fast-food restaurant on U.S. 62 by Central Hardin High School next to McDonald’s. The location is slated to open sometime in the fall. This is the second Elizabethtown location with the other on North Mulberry Street. There also is a Burger King in Radcliff and on Fort Knox in Hardin County.

  • What to do if you lose your wallet

    By Michael Bateman

    Question: My purse has been stolen. I don’t even know where to start. What do I need to do first?

    Answer: It could happen anytime, anywhere and to almost anyone. You lose your wallet or purse with your credit cards, cash, driver’s license and other identification.

    What do you do?

    How do you recover your lost belongings? How do you protect yourself against identity theft and fraud?  

  • Financial benefits of prepaying your final expenses

    By Roman Bozio

    Question: Financially speaking, is it better to pre-pay for my funeral expenses or to wait and let my loved ones use money from my estate to take care of the arrangements?

    Answer: The average funeral can range from $6,000 to $10,000 depending on what state you live in, and this is not taking into account a burial plot or memorial service, if so desired.

  • Cardinal Health Foundation awards $53,000 in grants

  • Under construction: Red Oak Apartments, West Point

    Under Construction highlights building projects around the area.

    What is it? Red Oak Apartments
    Location: Dixie Loop off U.S. 31W at the base of Muldraugh Hill in West Point
    Square footage: Two apartment buildings and office building with clubhouse
    Investment: $3.1 million

  • Beshear announces AT&T adding 20 jobs at Grayson call center

    Gov. Steve Beshear announced Wednesday that AT&T is adding 20 full-time customer service representatives to its East Park call center in the Carter County community of Grayson.

    According to a news release, AT&T also is hiring an additional 38 full- and part-time positions at retail stores in six Kentucky communities, including Bowling Green, Owensboro, Lexington, Louisville, Corbin and Winchester.

  • Massive phone survey reaching out to employers

    The Lincoln Trail Area Development District, along with several employment organizations, is about to embark on what it calls the largest employer outreach and workforce survey ever undertaken in the region.

    Businesses throughout the region with five or more employees soon will be asked to participate in a labor market survey. The call should last from seven to 10 minutes, according to a news release.

  • Managing your money in 2020

    Question: Along with everything else, the banking industry has really developed technologically. Is online banking the norm now?

    Answer: Although we don’t have flying cars or other sci-fi gadgets futurists were predicting would be commonplace in the 21st century, we are on the verge of a revolution the likes of which have not been seen in the financial services industry.