November 5, 2012 - 10:00am
Saturday morning saw the annual Louisville half marathon and 5K, and I was in the middle of it.
The Post Office says that they deliver mail through rain, sleet, and snow; well friends and neighbors on Saturday I delivered freezing water in nearly all of those conditions in the Louisville Sports Commission’s half marathon.That is, as a proud member of a water stop team about midway...
April 3, 2012 - 12:00pm
The Earth Day party of the century rages on all month at the Louisville Zoo
Who says Earth Day can only be celebrated on April 22? The Louisville Zoo is challenging this notion by hosting a whole month's worth of Earth Day festivities that honor the beauty of our environment and promote the Zoo's ongoing conservation efforts.
Earth Day was established more than forty years ago as an environmental "teach-in" designed to raise awareness about ecology and the preservation of our precious ecosystem. Since then, and thanks to its official sanction by the UN, it has been celebrated every year in more than 175...
November 7, 2011 - 9:00am
JP Morgan Chase Bank
Local news for Nov. 7, 2011
"Today in Lexington, the Occupy Lexington General Assembly announced a call to action for all citizens of the Commonwealth and the State Treasurer to divest the General Fund from JP Morgan Chase Bank and move it to a financial institution headquartered in Kentucky." [Press release via...
August 15, 2011 - 6:04pm
At the request of Metro Public Works, Waste Management of Kentucky, a private company, agreed to open its facility to the public to assist in the community-wide clean-up effort, as it has following other damaging storms.
Late Saturday afternoon, folks in Louisville got hit with a nasty little rainstorm that knocked down trees and power lines, leaving about a third of homes in the dark.  The hard-working crews from LG&E—along with crews sent in from utilities in neighboring states—have now...
May 10, 2011 - 9:12am
Local news for May 10, 2011
"Sparks flew several times on Kentucky Educational Television’s Kentucky Tonight on Monday as the three Republican candidates for governor debated how far state government should reach on certain issues, such as drug abuse and education." [Bluegrass Politics]"Back-to-back...
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