May 26, 2011 - 12:00pm
Three days before being elected mayor of Louisville, Greg Fischer was riding around town in an antique red fire truck known as the Pool Party Express.
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April 15, 2011 - 1:33pm
It's been a little over one hundred days since Greg Fischer has been in office as Louisville's new mayor. One key aspect I've been watching for is if Mayor Fischer will engage and use social media as a platform to communicate and engage the local community. Find out if he has in this article.
It's been a little over one hundred days since Greg Fischer has been in office as Louisville's new mayor. One key aspect I've been watching for is if Mayor Fischer will engage and use social media as a platform to communicate and engage the local community.After an intial tweet to Mayor Fischer, a...
April 15, 2011 - 9:27am
Local news for April 15, 2011
"Three decades after the AIDS epidemic first frightened the nation, the deadly immune disease is seeing a resurgence in Louisville, with rates of new cases up 30 percent in recent years." [Courier-Journal]"Kentucky’s unemployment rate continues to hover around 10 percent, though it dropped slightly...
April 6, 2011 - 8:26am
Local news for April 6, 2011
"[Congressman John] Yarmuth chastises the Republican Party’s hideous 'budget plan,' which amounts to an egregious heist of wealth from the 98 percent of Americans by the top two percent, who are currently wondering whether to line their hot tubs with platinum or the more cost-effective gold." [LEO...
July 29, 2012 - 7:53pm
Top Division II men’s basketball team to appear at Highlands rally
Still flying after Bellarmine’s victory over BYU last Saturday? Tonight, you’ll have one last chance to see the 2011 Division II champion Knights on their home court—for free. In celebration of its first-ever NCAA championship (in any sport), fans are invited to a free public celebration tonight at...