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29th Annual Festival Of Trees And Lights

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Festival highlightsPictures with SantaStage and roving entertainmentHanukkah display, activities and dreidel gamesSweet ShopGift ShopCraftsCandy CrackerGingerbread Cookie CutieOrnamentReindeer Antler…
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IN PERSON: Cathe Dykstra helps her clients find a home — and a sense of belonging

Dykstra, the CEO of Family Scholar House, helps single parents get an education — but her organization does much more than that.
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Metro Councilman Engel to Host District 22 Town Hall Meeting

Louisville Metro Councilman Robin Engel (District 22) will hold a town hall meeting on Monday, October 22, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at Bates Elementary School (7601 Bardstown Road in Fern Creek. Residents …
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October D9 Community Conversation Focuses on Short-Term Rentals

Councilman Bill Hollander invites the community to attend the next D9 Community Conversation. A representative of Louisville Metro Planning & Design will join Councilman Hollander to discuss current …
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Breeders' Cup CEO: Churchill Downs' massive investments 'a little underappreciated'

He's looking forward to showing off the changes in Louisville and at the track since the last Breeders' Cup was held here in 2011.
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Plans change for that indoor drive-in theater in Nashville

The man behind plans for an indoor drive-in movie theater on the east bank of the Cumberland River says he's still working toward a Nashville location, but plans are now moving faster in the tourist …
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Target will overhaul hundreds of toy departments ahead of holidays (images)

Target Corp. said Tuesday it would expand its toy departments at hundreds of stores nationwide and improve its online toy-buying experience, the latest moves by the company to seize the holiday-prese…
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2018 Sustainability Summit theme is Learning Together: Fostering a Culture of Sustainability

The Louisville Metro Office of Sustainability and the Louisville Sustainability Council (LSC) will co-host the fifth annual Sustainability Summit on Friday, Oct. 19, at the University of Louisville’s…
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EXCLUSIVE: Ohio bank will open downtown branch, hires initial team

The bank is moving into a historic building, where it likely will open next spring.
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Louisville social media firm opens East End office amid growth surge

The company's app has a created a Facebook-type world for outdoors enthusiasts.
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JCPS hires a new general counsel

Jefferson County Public Schools has named a new general counsel. Kevin Brown joins the district from the Kentucky Department of Education, where he most recently served as associate commissioner and…
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Airline ends international service from CVG

Wow Air, the low-cost international carrier that provides direct service to Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport from Iceland, will cease operations from CVG after its final flight late…
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Thrive Senior Living Named One of the 2018 Best Workplaces for Aging Services by Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE

Great Place to Work and FORTUNE have honored Thrive Senior Living as one of the 2018 Best Workplaces for Aging Services. The ranking considered more than 76,000 employee surveys from companies in the…
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Sponsors of Itinerant Vendors, Peddlers and Solicitors Ordinance seek public comment

Louisville – A proposed Ordinance dealing with Itinerant Vendors, Peddlers, and Solicitors is now before the Louisville Metro Council’s Public Works, Facilities, Transportation and Accessibility Comm…
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Atria in $3 billion deal to expand its footprint

The company and its partner in the venture, a New York firm, will initially look at developing sites in major metros with high costs-of-living.
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