METCO is dedicated to the notion that small businesses are the backbone of our Louisville economy. And when they thrive and expand, they bring needed services and shops to neighborhoods across the city.
Local news for July 25, 2011
"Meyer's performance was the greatest act of courage in the war..." "If this is what it feels like to be a hero, you can have it; you miss your buddies, I miss my family, my brothers...."
Everyone is invited to celebrate 50 years of public ownership of Locust Grove with food, drinks, games of the era, and fun. All afternoon there will be free admission for all, great food, and the music of 1961.
"Are you so committed to the status quo that you'd vote 'no' on a bill to balance the federal budget? I urge my colleagues in the strongest possible terms to join us. It's time to balance the books."
Louisville icon signs on to be part of Rewind Weekends.
Drugstore chain still vying for prime location; local organization looking to buy space
Local news for July 22, 2011
The debt ceiling issue has bared the fact that the Republican Party is now so fractured that it cannot constructively participate in governance. It is time for Mitch McConnell and John Boehner to provide the leadership they are paid to provide.
The CC&B plan would cut total spending by $111 billion in FY 2012, and would also cap total federal spending at 22.5 percent of GDP next year; gradually decreasing spending levels over 10 years, until locking in at 19.9 percent of GDP in 2021 and beyond.
"How can something so great be so FREE?"