June 15, 2012 - 8:30pm
No deal.
“It’s hard to walk away from what we believed was a winning partnership for Kentucky and our team. But at the end of the day, the terms of the project did not fit our business model. It was time to withdraw.”
Just two days ago, we reported that Louisville was moving closer toward the goal of reopening it’s beloved amusement park, when Kentucky’s Tourism Development Finance Authority announced the approval of incentives for Bluegrass Boardwalk, which planed to reopen the former Kentucky...
June 14, 2012 - 1:39pm
Give a Day
“This award is a resounding endorsement of both the quality of life in Louisville and the quality of people who live in our city,” Fischer said.
If you live here, it’s not news that Louisville is a more “livable” city than, say, Boston.  But now it’s official:  Mayor Greg Fischer today accepted an award naming Louisville the nation’s most livable large city. The award, from the U.S. Conference of...
June 12, 2012 - 7:02pm
Mayor Fischer, with Brian Riendeau Of Dare to Care and Roger Eaton of YUM! Brand
“We truly are a community of compassionate and caring people and I’m constantly amazed at what we can do when private and public sectors team up for a worthy cause,” Fischer said. “What a great way to connect to our roots as a river city, have healthy exercise and fun and raise critical funds for those in need.”
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Yum! Brands announced today the launch of the 2012 Paddle for Hunger, a weekend of paddleboat racing, recreational floats, and various competitive events to raise funds for Dare to Care Food Bank and The World Food Programme.  The event will coincide with the...
June 6, 2012 - 10:17pm
Family and friends celebrate the life and music of Louisville native Tim Krekel.
Nearly two years ago Louisville and an entire music community lost a very special man named Tim Krekel, a man who left behind a lovely group of family and friends and managed to touch thousands of lives through his unique ability to write beautiful songs.  It seemed as if an entire community...
May 17, 2012 - 7:50pm
Scene of today's West End shootings
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer held a press conference at Louisville Metro Hall, and stated that the day’s violence “did not appear to be random.” He enlisted the assistance of the entire community to help the police with investigating this series of crimes, and requested anyone with information concerning the shootings to call the LMPD tip line, at 574-LMPD.
Black Muslim leaders held a press conference this morning in Louisville, at 37th and Vermont Avenue; the location of three shootings in the last ten days.  Minister Jerald Muhammad announced an initiative to end the violence, including a free program to provide job and skills training, and...
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