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You can already find the small batch whiskey in stores across Kentucky, and you'll soon be able to visit its tasting room on Poplar Level Road.

Nurseify is eyeing more fundraising for its nurse scheduling and wellness platform early next year.

A court hearing is set for Monday morning as Milwaukee city attorneys seek sanctions against the owner of Northridge mall relating to its security efforts around the vacant property. Check out the attached slideshow to see the current state of the former mall, which has been the site of four fires in recent weeks and has city officials pushing for it to be demolished.

A unique lake property in West Bend is on the market for $1,599,000. Get a look inside the 7,581-square-foot luxury home, which includes an indoor pool, two saunas, theater room, an elevator, a full bar, a wine room, a workshop and a potential indoor shooting range room.

E. & J. Gallo Winery announced last year its plans for a massive East Coast hub in Chester County, pledging a $423 million investment for the project's first phase. The company's operations are on track to begin in October.

Austin is a step closer to adopting parkland development fees to be paid on commercial real estate developments. Click through to hear from supporters and opponents, and to learn about the latest tweaks to the proposed fee structure.

Foss Swim School, a Minnesota-based swim school operator, plans to add two St. Louis-area locations, after shuttering a third due to recent flooding.

Foss said it was forced to permanently close its Little Fishes Swim School location in Brentwood, which “was damaged beyond repair” by flooding that hit the St. Louis area July 26, according to a Facebook post. Families enrolled at Little Fishes Brentwood were given credit to transfer to any Foss location, officials said this week.

Foss acquired Little…

GoHealth Inc. is laying off nearly 150 employees in Charlotte in a larger move to reduce its total headcount by about 20%.

Mid-Columbia will no longer be an independent hospital if the deal with Adventist Health goes through.