New Albany Farmers Market opens with new safety guidelines Saturday, May 23 2020 

The market in downtown will be open Saturdays 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.


Restaurants looking forward to getting back to business as Kentucky begins reopening Saturday, May 16 2020 

Owners and staff like Matthew Buetow, the general manager at Agave & Rye, knows that escape will not look the same as it did prior to the pandemic.


Love Local | Agave & Rye prepares to reintroduce itself to Louisville community Friday, May 15 2020 

Safety will be the priority as the dining room opens up, which he hopes will be obvious to his customers, the general manager says.


Louisville restaurants will be allowed to expand outdoor seating Tuesday, May 12 2020 

All businesses planning to do so must apply for approval and show they will be able to follow all safety guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


Papa John’s sees strongest sales month in company history Wednesday, May 6 2020 

The Louisville-based pizza chain said it is not experiencing food shortages like Wendy's and other chains.


Economist warns Louisville is headed toward a recession Thursday, Apr 30 2020 

"Everything in my gut tells me you can't pause an economy for three months and not have a recession,” Dr. Paul Coomes said.


When will Kentucky Ford workers get back to work? Thursday, Apr 30 2020 

Ford has two factories in Louisville that employs about 13,000 workers. The company stopped work on March 19.


Movie theater executives say streaming services will never replace the movie theater experience Sunday, Apr 26 2020 

Executives expect people will still come to theaters for big blockbuster releases in summer and fall, making up for lost business in spring.


Support local businesses with our ‘Love Local’ page Sunday, Apr 19 2020 

Love Local is a one-stop destination for people looking to support their favorite local businesses!


Louisville may borrow $240 million in loan to pay city’s bills amid pandemic Friday, Apr 17 2020 

City government is turning to borrowing up to $240 million in an "unusual" move fitting for the unprecedented times caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.


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