Tower International picks Cedar Grove for new operation

The Livonia, Mich.-based auto supplier Tower International Inc. (NYSE: TOWR) has signed a lease for 219,000 square feet of space at the Park 480 building in the Cedar Grove Business Park in Shepherdsville.

Amazon adds 500 Full-Time Jobs to Shepherdsville Operations

The jobs creation train continues on a steady track in the city of Shepherdsville. On Monday, officials with Amazon announced that 500 new full-time positions would be created at its Shepherdsville fulfillment facilities off Cedar Grove…

Cities Get High Rankings in Surveys

Several local municipalities scored well in a pair of on-line analysis studies. And, the city of Hillview captured to top spot in one survey naming it the best in Kentucky for home-ownership. NerdWallet looked a cities… adds jobs in Shepherdsville is hiring hundreds of workers in Shepherdsville as it continues to expand its Bullitt County operations.

Portwest LLC will start its North American operations in Shepherdsville.

The announcement that Portwest LLC would start its North American operations in Shepherdsville was perfect timing – an Irish company coming to Bullitt County on St. Patrick’s Day.

College Career Centers will Prepare Students for Life

Construction on the facilities is about halfway complete, with the centers at Bullitt East and North Bullitt expected to be completed in June, Bullitt County Public Schools construction manager Bret Highley said. Bullitt Central will follow…

Fiscal Court Supports Efforts to Build Community College

By the time Bullitt Fiscal Court met on Dec. 3, the paperwork was in place that would get an organization – formed to have a community college facility built – in operation.

Lebanon Junction and Louisville Water Company

Lebanon Junction and Louisville Water Co. have extended their wholesale water agreement, allowing Lebanon Junction to purchase all of its water from Louisville Water.

Louisville’s close neighbor far outpaces it for job creation.

Bullitt County saw twice as much job growth as Jefferson County did from 2002 to 2012, according to Greater Louisville Inc.

County moving toward Work Ready.

Whether the county is successful in its bid to become certified as a Work Ready Community, positives have already been drawn from the process.But, the county has cleared the first hurdle on what will be a…