Sustain Louisville is a plan filled with initiatives meant to make our city a greener and healthier place to live. Better yet, Mayor Greg Fischer is giving us all a chance to weigh in on this plan. What could be healthier than expressing our opinions?
The world is a pretty big place (so I’ve been told); maybe we should think more about it? Let’s do that one. Join economist Phil Auerswald tomorrow, Tuesday, February 5th, as he presents his book ‘The Coming Prosperity’ at the World Affairs Council Speaker Series. It’ll be global.
Want to know what trends to consider from the runways of the Spring/Summer 2013 fashion season? Look no further, as I guide you through some of the more interesting ideas to consider for your closet in the coming months.
Promising new data shows Kentucky economy growing... with more growth on the way.
Professor to tell 'Stories from the Front Lines of the American Workplace' Wednesday
Sources are telling Louisville.com that 50 employees have been laid off at the Louisville Courier Journal, in what seems to be a nationwide two percent staff reduction by the Courier's parent company Gannett.
President Obama makes jokes about the state of the economy. Senator McConnell doesn't see any humor in massive unemployment.
Mayor Fischer admitted that there was still plenty of hope that the project could still be built, and his tone indicated that the project is anything but dead in the water.
Mr. Conservatively Conservative speaks at UofL
Local news for Oct. 6, 2010
Forty three years of locally owned neighborhood bowling ends May 23.
Each week Dana McMahan will spend her payroll stimulus at a local business. Up first, a bargain shopping expedition.
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