Black-owned businesses struggle to thrive in Kentuckiana Tuesday, Sep 27 2022 

A Louisville business-owner may have found a way to make people interested in Black-owned businesses.

        

‘Inflation is ridiculous’: Louisvillians still feeling the economic burden Tuesday, Sep 13 2022 

Tuesday, a new report confirmed that inflation is not slowing as much as expected; inflation is at about 8.3% compared to a year ago.

        

Louisville Starbucks workers hosts ‘sip-in’ as calls for labor unions continue to rise in Kentuckiana Monday, Sep 5 2022 

According to the National Labor Relations Board, petitions filed by union representation has increased 56% in the 2021-22 fiscal year.

        

‘Hear us’ | Sunergos Coffee employees want to unionize Saturday, Aug 27 2022 

Sunergos Coffee employees at the local-chain's four locations say it's time for better pay and more protection.

        

‘Come hungry’: Food trucks to invade Schnitzelburg Monday, Aug 15 2022 

Over 20 food trucks will line Hickory Street including; Empanadas Alchemy, Bamba Eggrolls, The Celtic Pig, and many more.

        

New restaurant to open in Norton Commons; ‘we couldn’t be more excited’ Monday, Aug 8 2022 

The café is the third project the Board & You brand has launched in Kentuckiana. The first two are in New Albany, Indiana.

        

Buy Local Fair returns to Water Tower Park in Louisville Tuesday, Jul 19 2022 

Ashely Park, vice chair of the Independent Business Alliance, said many of the businesses in Louisville are online.

        

‘I was so shocked’: Louisville woman hits it big with Walmart Thursday, Jul 14 2022 

Catrina Hill, owner of Catrina's Kitchen Southern Spices received the chance to sell her products online and in Walmart stores.

        

‘It was art’: Indiana couple remembers how they started their business that honors King of Rock & Roll Thursday, Jul 14 2022 

B&K Enterprises Costume Co. has been selling Elvis-inspired costumes for decades. Now, some of those larger-than-life costumes are on the big screen.

        

‘Every aspect is more expensive right now’: Louisville-based businesses feeling affects of inflation Wednesday, Jul 13 2022 

It's not just food costs and interest rates; people are also changing their spending habits.

        

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