While the Run for the Roses goes on inside Churchill Downs, the run to escape city traffic and no parking areas goes on outside. As thousands of tourists descend on Louisville for the Kentucky Derby, it is important to plan ahead to avoid the traffic. Road closures and no parking areas will begin...
And now for something everyone hates: potholes. They've been a particular problem in the Louisville Metro Area this winter, probably because of the extreme cold and ice.Here's a little pothole education for you, courtesy of WiseGeek:
Forecastle Festival attendees: please be aware of construction work and resulting lane closures in anticipation of your journey to Waterfront Park this weekend.Bridge maintenance work continues on I-65 between the John F. Kennedy Bridge and the Indiana state line. This will be in effect for the...
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• More cracks. Few surprises. [Courier-Journal] • UofL sees the need to teach students basic life skills. [WLKY]
• Yum! makes good on its promise to Bill Clinton. [Business First] • Mayor Fischer is going up the river. [LEO]
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• Bullitt County judge unluckily strikes smoking ban. [Courier-Journal] • John Ashcroft sings. [Courier-Journal]
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• Sorry…Louisville doesn’t even have world-class commute problems. [Fast Company] • Forty-three percent of Kentuckians denied health insurance. [Herald-Leader]
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