Louisville is making significant progress toward the community's goal of adding 55,000 college degrees by 2020. Despite the gain, Louisville will have to increase the rate of progress to meet the goal.
A summary of local news for September 12, 2011
Rand Paul's bait right now is a "penny plan" that would cut government spending by 1% each year for six years. His switch is the 25% mauling of government he doesn't want his supporters thinking about.
If you find yourself stuck in traffic Monday morning-crossing the Ohio River, either to or from Southern Indiana-feel free to contact River Fields at (502) 583-3060. Be sure to ask to speak with the Executive Director, Meme Sweets Runyon, and ask her why her organization has been fighting for decades to prevent the construction of new bridges across the Ohio at Louisville.
"I'm being crucified. I'm being put up on the cross."
Radio station's annual wing and rock festival to feature a special nod to local first responders this weekend.
The time is nigh to stock up on the Fall plants!
Local news for Sept. 9, 2012
"Sunday marks ten years since the terrorist attacks that rocked our nation and took the lives of nearly 3,000 Americans. It was a horrendous event in our country's history."
"The current Administration's gross mismanagement of the U.S. economy, at the helm of which has sat Secretary Geithner through financial debacle and decline, must end now."
The Jeffersontown Gaslight Festival Thunder Motorcycle Rally is scheduled for Sunday, September 11.