Louisville Metro’s four government centers will open temporary offices next week to accept completed paperwork from people taking advantage of the Louisville Tax Amnesty Program.
Mayor Jerry Abramson marked the start of construction of a facility that will comprise the first phase of MetroSafe, the network that will combine Louisville’s emergency-communications functions and allow emergency responders with various agencies to communicate with one another.
As one of six American non-profit regional theatre companies named to the "Leading National Theatres Program" on December 15, Actors Theatre of Louisville received a $400,000 challenge grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, it was announced by Marc Masterson, the theatre’s Artistic Director.
Dr. Timir Banerjee, 62, walked across the Second Street Bridge on May 10 with a wooden cane, a backpack and a mission. His mission: to walk 2,600 miles from Louisville to Portland, Ore., and raise awareness and funds for SPAVA, a nonprofit organization he founded that stands for the Society for the Prevention of Aggressiveness and Violence among Adolescents.