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Jeana Dunlap selected as a 2019 Loeb Fellow

Mayor Greg Fischer is pleased to announce that Jeana Dunlap, Louisville’s Director of Redevelopment Strategies, has been named as a member of the 2019 Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard University Gradua…
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Two Neighborhood Place locations host community celebrations in honor of special milestones

South Jefferson rededicates space following renovations and Cane Run celebrates 20th anniversary LOUISVILLE, Ky. (May 21 2018) - Cane Run Neighborhood Place on Monday hosted a special celebration to…
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City plans public meeting to share community input, next steps in search for new LMPD Impound Lot

Louisville Metro Government is planning a public meeting from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 21, at Butchertown Pizza Hall (1301 Story Avenue, second floor) to share community input and next steps in its…
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Consultants finalize assessment of city facilities

Consultants hired to do a facilities assessment for Louisville Metro Government have finalized their report. The consultant, EOP, was commissioned in January to study city facilities and space needs…
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PetSmart Charities® Awards LMAS $40K Grant

Funding aimed at reducing pet population through local spay/neuter efforts LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Louisville Metro Animal Services recently received a $40K grant from PetSmart Charities, the leading fund…
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Five things to know about Charah, Louisville's newest public company to-be

Charah announced a plan to go public recently.
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Braidy Industries sets groundbreaking date for controversial project

An aluminum company that has drawn controversy and questions about its financing and investors will soon break ground in Eastern Kentucky. Braidy Industries, the developer of the aluminum rolling m…
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Kroger CEO: Company pursuing ‘aggressive plays’

Kroger Co. isn’t taking the heightened competition in the supermarket business from Amazon.com, Walmart and others lying down.  Kroger (NYSE: KR) CEO Rodney McMullen emphasized Kroger’s recent moves…
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Here's when 80/20 at Kaelin's will open in the Highlands

The historic Louisville restaurant that claims to have invented the cheeseburger will soon open with new life. The new restaurant, 80/20 @ Kaelin's, will open June 7, according to a post on the res…
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Long John Silver's makes acquisition, grows company-owned stores

In 1969, Bob Ruckriegel opened the third-ever Long John Silver's restaurant franchise, and over the last 49 years, his company, ServUS, went on to open 75 more. But on Monday, Long John Silver's br…
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Yum Center to get $335K in upgrades

The Louisville Arena Authority approved a series of capital upgrades Monday as they looked to next year's fiscal year.
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Norton Commons restaurant under new ownership

OLE Restaurant Group has sold its Norton Commons restaurant to a new management group. Mercato Italiano Trattoria and Market announced Saturday on Facebook that it would be closing May 28-30 to get…
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Fifth Third buying Chicago bank for $4.7 billion

Fifth Third Bancorp will acquire Chicago-based MB Financial Inc. for approximately $4.7 billion. Fifth Third and MB Financial signed a definitive merger agreement where MB Financial will merge with …
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See where Louisville ranks among the nation's most affordable office markets

Louisville scores well nationally when it comes to affordable office prices, a new study shows.
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The job is declining in appeal, but a Louisville nonprofit is succeeding in bringing teachers to KY

The state of Kentucky's leadership recently made national headlines for its friction with teachers. But politics aside, a local education-focused nonprofit says it's receiving more applications than …
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