• Business briefcase: May 9, 2014

    Sweet Avisha grand opening

    The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce will have a grand opening event for Sweet Avisha, located in Burk’s Plaza near Walmart, on May 22 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.


    KentuckyOne Health names new officer

    KentuckyOne Health has named Lisa Shannon as its new Chief Operating Officer, beginning July 21.

    KentuckyOne Health, which includes Jewish Hospital Shelbyville, is the largest health system in Kentucky.

  • New restaurant to open in Shelbyville

    A new Mexican restaurant will open in mid to late summer, and the owner said he will bring a new concept to Mexican dining.

    “They [cooks] will make it right in front of you, so you will know that everything is fresh and clean and good,” said Reinel Salgado.

    The establishment will be located in the former Kentucky Fried Chicken building at 480 Taylorsville Road, between Walmart and the Burks Plaza shopping center. The restaurant will be called Salgado’s, after the owner.

  • Business briefcase: May 2, 2014

    MainSource Bank

    has big first quarter

    MainSource Bank Monday announced unaudited first quarter earnings of $6.2 million, up from $4 million over the same period in 2013.

    CEO Archie Brown Jr., said he was pleased with the bank’s first results, noting a 23 percent increase from 2013.

  • Real estate deeds: April 5-12

    Deeds, April 5-12

    MDW Realty LLC, Salgados Holding LLC, Tract 1, 1.05 acres of the Meyer Property, $450,000

    Jerry and Sue LLC to Daniel and Dora Lee Wilder, Lots 44-47 Block B Grandview, $52,000

    Genevieve Morgan to Carl and Lisa Gollar, Tract 2, 30.125 acres of the Leake Farm, $220,00

    Persimmon Tree Realty Inc. to Nancy and John Keck, Lot 14, Overlook at Persimmon Ridge, $100,000

    Charles and Sarah Cunningham to Kendra and Enock Aloo, Lot 55 Guist Creek Ridge, Section II, Phase I, $194,000

  • Farmers’ market, garden fair help usher in spring planting

    With the tulips standing at attention in vibrant colors, the dogwoods and apple trees bursting into bloom, spring has fully sprung.

    And with the warmer temperatures and sun-filled afternoons, comes the planting season and Saturday’s opening of the Shelby County Farmers’ Market and Master Gardner’s Sale.

  • Governor’s Square gets new tenant

    After completing renovations that added a new storefront and changed a large area of the shopping center, Governor’s Square will have a new tenant this summer.

    Anytime Fitness, a 24-hour, 7-days-a-week exercise facility, has signed a lease, and become the first new tenant in the center that was recently purchased and renovated by a group led by local commercial real estate broker Lee Webb.

  • Real estate deeds: April 1-3

    Patsy Jones to Joseph and Katherine Case, Unit 841, Building 7, Lot 35 Gardens of Station Pointe, $93,000

    Mildred J. Breeden Estate and executor Hugh F. Breeded to Gary and Rhoda Williams, Lot 38, Partridge Run Estates, $145,000

    Henry and Katie Robinson to Henry Robinson, Lot 19 Ballard Hill, $15,000

    Sean and Christal Denton to Kelly and Jill Tingle, Lot 22 Park Place Phase II, $450,000

    David Wheeler and Emily Jo Oakey to Steve and Charlene Clark, 43.89 acres on Booker Pike, $153,000

  • New Business: Purefoam Insulation LLC

    Who we are: Purefoam Insulation owners Manuel & Becky Adler have been married for 13 years and have three children. Manuel is a native of Shelby County and Becky grew up in Mt. Washington. They currently live off Benson Road. Manuel has been in construction for more than 20 years and has seven years of experience in the spray foam industry.


  • Business briefcase: April 18, 2014

    Local business in Washington

    to advocate for small business growth

    Chase Robbins, the owner of Apex Motorsports Inc. in Shelbyville, will be visit with lawmakers in Washington D.C. on April 29 to discuss how Congress can better support small businesses by promoting technology-enabled commerce.

    Robbins was previously stationed at Ft. Knox, but decided to stay in the area and develop Apex, an e-commerce business. Robbins will encourage lawmakers to support policies that help businesses grow online, such as:

  • Real estate deeds: March 22-31

    Deeds are compiled from data posted on the Shelby County Clerk’s Web site. Property descriptions are based on the best available information provided in the database and may in fact refer to property and thoroughfares no longer formally identified. Financial terms include any value of the property stated on the deed, even if that amount did not change hands.



    Real estate deeds, March 22-31

    Kathryn and Joshua Thacker and Kathryn Lovell to Joshua Dean, Lot 36 Hidden Trails Development, $89,900